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The Eternal Sea Hardcover – June 1, 2011

4.4 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
Book 2 of 2 in the Everlasting Series

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Praise for Everlasting

"The author does a nice job of developing strong and funny characters while keeping the plot moving... Frazier also includes some fantasy aspects that will go over well with teen readers. Fans of historical fiction will enjoy this book." —Voice of Youth Advocates

About the Author

Angie Frazier is the author of the YA novels EVERLATING and THE ETERNAL SEA, as well as the middle grade novel THE MIDNIGHT TUNNEL. She lives in Southern New Hampshire with her husband and three daughters. Visit her online at www.angiefrazier.com

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Product Details

  • Age Range: 12 and up
  • Grade Level: 7 and up
  • Lexile Measure: 730L (What's this?)
  • Hardcover: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Scholastic Press (June 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0545114756
  • ISBN-13: 978-0545114752
  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 1.2 x 8.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,919,237 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Hardcover
This fabulous sequel takes place right where Everlasting ends. I thought I'd be confused or possibly lost, since it's been quite some time since I last read Everlasting. Luckily, the author not only recaps past events, but also updates you on each character's whereabouts. Instead of a happily ever after, both Camille and Oscar are left with the aftermath of their decisions and actions. As you know, in Everlasting, Camille's heart makes a decision that not only affects her, but also Oscar, Randall and, well, just about everyone.

Camille thought that as long as she has Oscar, nothing can go wrong. Sadly, this is not the case. Oscar is not only being distant, but also hurtful. To top things off, guess who shows up out of nowhere? You've got it! Randall, Camille's fiance whom she was hoping to escape. As if that wasn't enough drama, the curse of Umandu is back. Instead of heading back to San Francisco, the crew must now embark on a quest to Egypt. The stakes are higher, and the sea even more dangerous. In the end, what would you risk for love?

I honestly didn't think Angie would take this story to such a dark, yet lavish place. One thing I'll say is I just love the way she writes and crafts her novels. There's just a certain elegance and grace to them that you normally don't see in YA books. Her stories remind me of a fairy tale. A twisted fairy tale, but still a fairy tale.

Romance wise, I have to say that this novel broke my heart in the beginning, started to mend it again somewhere along the line, then broke it all over again. I can't tell you how many times I was on the brink of tears. These poor, poor characters. Every single one of them is suffering in their own way, but no more so than (in my opinion) Camille. I mean, this girl just can't catch a break.
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This is the last book that I got to read for the lovely editor I worked with at Scholastic before the end of my internship. I also read Everlasting during this internship, which I absolutely adored so I jumped at the chance when my editor offered me to read it. At the time, THE ETERNAL SEA was known to me and Angie as #thebookwithoutaname because it was only known as Everlasting #2 while Angie and the editors tried to come up with a title.

I love Everlasting and THE ETERNAL SEA because it combines so many different genres that I enjoy. THE ETERNAL SEA definitely packs romance, fantasy, historical, and adventure all into one novel. Everything was escalated in the sequel! It had been a while since I read Everlasting, but THE ETERNAL SEA does a great job in catching up where the story left of. It can be read by itself, if one truly wishes, but I think you'll miss out on the build-up to the foundation of Camille and Oscar's relationship - an important thing to understand when reading the sequel. THE ETERNAL SEA started out with a bang and kept it going all the way through. The novel is fast-paced and I couldn't put it down. The magic in this book, in my opinion, is elevated onto a whole new level. It is a lot more complex and we, as readers, learn more about the story behind the stones.

I think the best part of this book is the love triangle that emerges. I am 100% Team Oscar, but the drama between Oscar, Randall, and Camille was just too delicious. Camille definitely gets her share of attention in this book. The frustration jumps right of the page to the point where I want to rip my hair out and scream, "WHY?!" I love the chemistry between Oscar and Camille. It's definitely one of the top reasons why I love the book.

To me, the book will always be known as Eventide.
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Format: Hardcover
4.5 stars

The Eternal Sea is a fantastic sequel to Angie's debut Everlasting. I was completely surprised with how quickly I was taken right back into the story. There's more danger, deceit and a well written love triangle that left me just as confused as Camille.

The Eternal Sea picks up right where Everlasting ends. I liked that this story has more of a edge to it and it's a little bit darker than Everlasting. There's a darker side to the legend surrounding the stones that's revealed, and Camille begins to understand that her actions at the end of Everlasting have serious consequences. Within the few pages Angie thrust me right back into Camille's world, as she struggles with her feelings for Oscar, and why he's acting so strange and to make matters more confusing, Randall arrives. That's just the beginning of Camille's adventures.

The characters are just as fabulous as they were in Everlasting. I thought Angie did a great job at showing Camille's inner struggle from her guilt, her keeping things from Randall, and her struggles with her decisions and her feelings for Oscar and Randall. She became more relatable to me. Randall and Oscar were two characters that I felt torn between, though I'll admit I really loved Randall this time around. His character has grown the most for me, and become more in-depth. I felt that all three characters had so much to endure that allowed me to understand them more on some level.

There are many things I love about this series. The unique paranormal elements, the magic, the well written romance, the setting, the time period and of course the adventure on the high seas. There is a lot of action, danger and the suspense is one of the things that makes Angie's books so hard to put down.
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