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Everbound (Everneath) Hardcover – January 22, 2013
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Nikki returns with a spark in the sequel to Everneath. Vivacious and brave, she will stop at nothing to get Jack back. Sometimes, she acts without thinking and the reader will want to shake her. Cole remains arrogant and confident. He still holds out hope that Nikki will become an Everliving like him and forget about Jack. Jack, an important portion of the plot, is only accessible through Nikki's dreams for much of the book. The author makes up for the sad lack of Jack by writing in memories of Jack and Nikki to accompany the dreams. More likely than not, the reader will be torn between Jack and Cole. Although Nikki loved Jack for years and he was her high school sweetheart, Cole has a certain feel to him that makes him impossible to forget. The love triangle that causes so many readers to put down books is not a turn-off in Everbound. The author places a heavy emphasis on Jack's plight, rather than the decision Nikki will eventually have to make.
The plot is fast-paced and fun to read about. Nikki guides the reader through the unusual world of the Everneath.Read more ›
I'm sure I'm in the minority here but oh how I love Cole. After finishing Everbound, I'm sure I'm not supposed to like him as much as I do but I can't help it. He's bad, oh yes he's definitely bad but he does everything for a reason to benefit him. Some call it selfish, hell I usually do but for some reason, it's sexy when he does it. Make sense? Absolutely not but it is what it is.
For you Jack fans, do not worry. I know Everneath ended with him bein taken to the tunnels in Nikki's place so you're probably wondering how fans of him will be satisfied, well Brodi definitely thought of that. Throughout the book we get to see different memories of Nikki and Jack. It was extremely enjoyable and so thrilling to see how they were when they were friends but dealing with their feelings for each other. Their first kiss. Her mothers funeral. Basically anything and everything. It gives the reader as much hope as Nikki that Jack will be found in time.
We also get plenty of Max, too whom I love as Cole's best friend. We don't really learn too much more about him but his company is definitely wanted (at least by me).
This book is full of action, especially in the second half. Once they enter the Everneath it's non-stop action and it makes this book so exciting. (More exciting, I should say) You see that as much as Nikki wants to hate Cole, she just can't. She can't fight the fact that there's a connection between them whether she wants to or not. Whether the time she spent with him in the feed is the cause or the fact that there might have been something there before the feed even took place, we'll never really know.Read more ›
Every card was played just right. Everbound builds with each chapter until the ultimate high at the end of the book. Everbound really explains a lot of about the Everneath and more of the rules of Cole’s world. I find that world so fascinating. I love how Brodi Ashton has take a completely classic myth and morphed it into something completely new and awesome.
Cole is one of the best villains out there. Brodi Ashton plays him just right – I know he’s the villain, yet I cannot help to completely love the guy. This was my feeling in Everneath and in Everbound, I fell even harder for him. I love that in Everbound readers really get to see a different side of Cole and really learn more about him and a little of his past.
The books end, I cannot even. Holy bananas! Things get real intense and real emotional. I was staring at my book in complete shock unsure of what had just happened and had to reread it again to double check. It was pure brilliance. And it has me SO excited for the third and final book in the trilogy. I love the path Brodi Ashton has set and cannot wait to see how it turns out. While I didn’t see the ending coming, as soon as it happened, everything fell into place for me and it made my love for Everbound that much great. It just made so much sense.
Everyone should check out Everbound regardless of your feelings about Everneath. It was just so great! The only complaint I can come up with is the fact that I have to wait a whole year for the epic conclusion to Nikki, Jack, and Cole’s story.
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I was surprised to find myself more engaged and drawn in during this second round of the Everneath. The characters were more developed and relatable, the plot less tenuous and the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Space Junkie
This, the third book in the Everneath series, is absolutely terrific! Certainly not a let down at all. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shelly Hammond
I. Love. Cole. And I hate him at the same time.
I was hesitant to read this book, because after Everneath, I started to root for Cole even though Jack was so sweet and... Read more
I really enjoyed the first book to this series, Everneath. I didn't expect to like this book as much as I did! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love Brodi Ashton and this series, and I highly recommend the first book to anyone who likes speculative fiction and romance. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Liam
A vast improvement from Everneath--the first novel of this trilogy. A complete one-eighty flip, which has made me like the first book even less. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Brittany's Book Rambles
Did not see that ending coming at all!
Everbound had a bit of a slow start for me. It did take a little to get into but once I was in I was completely absorbed. Read more
My daughter LOVED each of the books form this searies and shared among her friends. A big hit!Published 20 months ago by anonymous