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Everlasting Hardcover – June 1, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
Angie Frazier has completely peaked my interest in YA Fantasy novels like this. I haven't read any novels that are similar to this one or ones that had so much adventure in it that I actually enjoyed. Usually I'm not big on adventures but I was hooked from chapter 1. There is magic, adventure, an enchanted map, danger, and delicious romance that makes this series a must read! It's hard to categorize this as paranormal romance, historical or fantasy - it had the best of all genres.
The characters are genuine and likeable; Camille is so determined, caring and adventurous plus her issues of the heart are so realistic. I connected with Camille instantly and she tugged on my heart with all the struggles she faced. Then there is Oscar, he is sarcastic, manly, protective and very supportive of Camille which made him a strong hero that grabbed you in to the story. The secondary characters are all great too, Ira was so humorous and I loved how he called Camille "love" all the time.
The adventure is so unique, I really wasn't sure what was going to happen next and I was surprised every step of the way. Once I picked up Everlasting, I couldn't put it down, even at the times where I wanted to cry and give up I just couldn't.
The romance is so sweet and enchanting yet it doesn't take away from the adventure at all. The romance is clean and the language is clean and I would highly recommend this book to YA readers! I will be grabbing book 2 here soon!
But before they can reach their destination, Camille uncovers a long kept secret of her father's and the unpleasant truth about her future...and their ship is wrecked in a terrible storm. Camille and her father's handsome first mate, Oscar, are two of the only survivors, and Camille must convince Oscar to help her find her mother, a woman Camille thought was dead, and discover an unbelievable artifact her mother has kept hidden from Camille's father--and his enemy, who is still very much alive.
Angie Frazier has a strong and talented voice, as revealed in this debut novel. Everlasting is adventurous, smart, and sweet, and contains many unique elements that will cause this novel to stand out. The characters are realistic and personable; Camille is a strong and capable character who possesses courage and determination to get her through the toughest of situations. Oscar is witty, sharp, and loyal, and his past in an interesting one. Even the supporting characters, like Oscar and Camille's Australian guide, Ira, are well rounded, and add a spark of humor and fun to the story.
The plot is well drawn out, with just enough mystery to keep you reading, and excellent, descriptive settings.Read more ›
And then there's this story.
Too beautiful to give it the same normal title as "book", this tale weaves itself into an amazing adventure, with so many twists and turns and beautiful characters, that before you've gotten to the ninth chapter, you've found that its wound its way directly into your heart.
Angie Frazier has created a tender, romantic, thrilling, fun, heart-wrenching novel.
This is the type of book that you yearn for as you search through shelves upon shelves of selections at the library. This is the type of book that began your desire to read fiction in the first place. Everlasting is a charming, overwhelmingly emotional journey through the life of, yes, a teenage girl. And that is where he similarities with all the other supernatural novels ends.
Camille has but two loves: her father and the sea. Now, at the age of seventeen, and with an impending wedding coming up, she is faced with the difficult choice of letting one of those go. With her last and final voyage with her father, Camille feels she is ready to come to terms with what her new adult life will hold. But can she truly say goodbye to the thrill of the open sea, or to her friendship with Oscar, the young man who her father rescued from the streets years before?
As it turns out, Camille learns that sometimes in life, the important decisions are made for you.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Camille Rowen loves the sea. She’s always sailed on her father’s ship with him ever since her mother died. That’s all she ever wants. Read morePublished on May 16, 2014 by Cutie10139
It's a great love story. Also about this girl who grew up with her dad on a boat, sailing across oceans. And living through it allPublished on March 4, 2014 by Cindy J.
Sooo great very romantic but not inappropriate
Oh my gosh it is over the top adventure and love and a hearts choice that will either fulfill her destiny or destroy it!!!!!
This book is certainly a nice breath of fresh air. Set in the 1800s, Camille has to choose between following her heart or marrying the gentleman who will keep her father's company... Read morePublished on March 2, 2013 by Kayla
Seventeen year-old Camille Rowen has always enjoyed the freedom of sailing with her father aboard his ship, but for a young lady of society in San Francisco in 1855 she was... Read morePublished on November 28, 2012 by L.Davis
Everlasting is a great historical fiction story about love, adventure, and secrets and I assure you the book is better than the trailer. Read morePublished on September 11, 2011 by Jacinda
Besides sci fi, my favourite kind of movies are the Indiana Jones adventure style and so when I found a book that could be compare to the aforementioned, I knew I was going to love... Read morePublished on August 17, 2011 by Amazon Customer
This debut novel really took me by surprise. Camille is a young woman who grew up without a mother, her father taking her on some of his voyages and giving her a sense of freedom... Read morePublished on August 7, 2011 by Kristen M. Harvey
Our heroine, Camille Rowen, engaged and with her wedding day looming near, is allowed to go on one last voyage with her father. Read morePublished on April 3, 2011 by Agnes