Evermore- Book Review

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Janice Wingfield

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Ever is a seventeen-year-old girl who survived a car crash that killed her entire family. She had what the doctors would call a “near death experience.” She was about to cross over, but something pulled her back. From being a popular, beautiful cheerleader at her old school, she was moved all the way to California to live with her aunt.

Ever since the car crash she was able to read minds, able to know someone’s entire life story just by touching them, and able to see the auras of the people around her. Most people would consider it a gift, but it’s not as fun as they think. So she hides behind big hoodies, blasting her headphones to block everything and everyone out. She keeps it a secret, thinking this is her punishment for her family’s death.

However, her life starts to change when a new student comes to town, Damen. Damen is drop dead gorgeous and mesmerizing, but what she loves most about him is how she feels when around him. Instead of feeling alone and overwhelmed, he makes her feel at peace and normal again. But, there’s one dilemma–she can’t read his mind or aura. He’s different.

Some things about him don’t add up. She figures out that he has been hiding something.  Ever gets curious and starts to investigate. And what she finds out is out of this world–from murderous enemies, past lives, immortality and eternal love.

This book has a bit of everything in it, romance, thrills, and paranormal activity. The author always keeps you guessing by only answering the questions at the end, which makes you not able to put the book down.

This is also the first book to a series of 6 books, with many more amazing books to come after this one.

This book was published in 2009 by Alyson Noel, but I was first introduced to Evermore in 2013 when I was in 8th grade. It has been my favorite book ever since. I can’t keep track of how many times I have read it.

Evermore will leave you speechless. There are many popular novels like this one that are easy to write, and easy to become a popular series because of the trendy topics of immortality, romance, and paranormal activity (for example Twilight). But, this one is different. It leaves you hanging on every chapter; you’re always second guessing.

Romance, excitement, and thrills are everything you need for a good book, and that’s Evermore.

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Evermore- Book Review