And so was Ina, for the most part. I mean, if you wouldn't have liked the book s I would just look at the covers and it will satisfy me by it gorgeousness. Kristen's life is out of control and, as the body count rises, the killer's obsessive need for retribution will make Kristen a target, along with everyone she holds dear. The clarity, understanding, and wisdom that Solomon gives them results in practical views on the rules of the game of life. I wont lie … Liam Gerling is one of the sole reasons I am here. If they s Y'all know I can be pretty blunt sometimes so I'm just gonna say it. We get back stories 3 Stars!! I personally enjoyed this less, though.
Jules knows Caro is seeking her every weakness, most of all her friends - but its the help of others Jules must be willing to rely upon. For it is only by piecing together the mysteries of her lives that Jules will be able to save the person who has captured her own heart in this one. Evemore begins, she trusts him blindly and loves him to the moon and back. Rancher Cade Callahan is desperate. I didn't have expectations going in, Everless was an anticipated read for me and I was let down, and once again I found this even more disappointing that the previous. On another note, the redeeming factor of this for me was Liam, I could see this coming a mile off around page 60, but I still kind of liked it! I don't remember if I had the same problem with the first book but it kinda pissed me off here - the flashbacks.
Its a second and last? And, authors, why tease something over. Who are they, and why are all their targets connected? When I read I want to care if the charcters die or not. She wasn't already in love with him when that ended, so why did this book make it seem that way? But I really couldn't be convincing when I could barely convince myself. Rather, the mystery seemed to be solving itself around her through the happenstance of flashbacks from her previous lives whenever she was in the right place. What I liked: - The writing was still beautiful and lyrical, I loved it.
I was really looking forward to reading this second book, especially for a certain character who I thought was going to become one of my all-time faves. A hint: She does let him live. Throughout this whole book I wasnt sure if I would love it in the end or not. Jules confronts the girl who is both her oldest friend and greatest enemy in the highly anticipated sequel — and conclusion — to the Top Ten Bestseller Everless. Besides that the world was easy to understand but because I wasnt a big fan of the writing everything else kind of suffered. And yet, it didn't feel 'fantasy' enough. There are a hundred small and human ways he could break me.
~ ~ This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found Actual Rating: 3. It was a bit annoying that we don´t really learn anything about the Alchemist but the ending made it all worth it. They solved they puzzle far to easily and I enjoyed the complexity of him in the first book. No, you know who seemed to be on crack? It's in ways so much better than the first book that it has non stop action and adventure. Esther Hicks However, at the moment we do not have information about the actual musician Esther Hicks.
I had such high hopes after L O V I N G the first book. Simply put, these two adventurous, tree-climbing friends. Liam was my favourite character in the first book. But Jules wants to find Amma, who we briefly met in book one. Waiting for them is something worshiped by the Aztec and Mayan tribes for hundreds of years, and it is alive! I feel like Holland did her characters and her story justice and tied up all the loose ends very well in this conclusion.
Throughout this whole book I wasn´t sure if I would love it in the end or not. Jules and Caro are back, and are lurching from one town to the next. All Sara wants is to live a safe, quiet life with her children. Maybe I'm to blame for my lack of enthusiasm while reading. I also liked the legends of the wicked Alchemist and the benevolent Sorceress. Jules and Caro are back, and are lurching from one town to the next. We learn quite a bit about Jules' and Caro's pasts, as well as what fueled the divide between them.
I was willing to give up anything to go back to the way things were before. And while I do enjoy being stumped and surprised with how authors end their story, I must say that I was a little confused amidst all my surprise. Thankfully we do get a bit of a mystery with Jules trying to remember clues from her past. Maybe that's what love is, maybe there's nothing to do except open my arms to it. Included is a link to download an audio excerpt from a live Art of Allowing Workshop with Abraham! The clarity, understanding, and wisdom that Solomon gives them results in some surprisingly practical views on the rules of the game of life.