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Everlasting (The Night Watchmen Series Book 1) by [Knoebel, Candace]
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About the Author

Candace Knoebel is the award-winning author of Born in Flames-book one in a young adult fantasy trilogy. She discovered in 2009 through lunch breaks and late nights after putting her kids to bed, a world where she could escape the ever-pressing days of an eight to five Purgatory. And an outlet for all the voices residing in her head. Published by 48fourteen in 2012, Born in Flames went on to win Turning the Pages Book of the Year award in February of 2013. In January of 2014, the last book in the trilogy, From the Embers, was released, thusly completing the trilogy. She now works on the Night Watchmen Series, while guzzling Red Bulls and pretending to be a ninja on Heelys.

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  • File Size: 2361 KB
  • Print Length: 428 pages
  • Publisher: Candace Knoebel (February 18, 2014)
  • Publication Date: February 18, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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This book would be good for those just starting out reading YA paranormal; I on the other hand was seriously disappointed. The main character was such a disappointment. She had the chance to develop into an amazing character, but just ended up a whiney, horny teen with amazing powers. I mean you go from thinking you will have no power and being banned from family and friends for life, to the most powerful witch and hunter combo! A freaking legend who is trained by the best, and you continuously need to be saved and handled with kid gloves. Total waste of powers and a good premise on this character. Hopefully in the sequel she will live up to what she is capable of doing.
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I received a gift copy of the book from the author for an honest review; no other compensation was received on my part.

In a world of magic hidden from the general public and only known to a few higher members of government throughout the world it is the Knight Watchmen who keep humans safe from evil paranormal beings. Every hunter is paired with a witch through an infinity bond, without the other they are powerless and it is at a ceremony called the Culling that every young one is determined to be either a witch or a hunter and, at the same time, introduced to their partner for life...that is until Faye.

Faye is a young adult, convinced by what she was told was a vision her mother had at her birth, that she would be banished as a defect when it was time for her to attend her Culling ceremony. A defect is a child conceived of hunter and witch who has no powers and therefore must leave the magical life of the coven without looking back and live forever more as a simple human. However, those in Faye's life have kept secrets from her and suppressed her powers in attempt to keep her hidden. When her parents go missing the eve of her Culling ceremony and the ceremony itself produces surprising results, her life is no longer simple and straightforward. She is something more than a witch, something more than a hunter...she is special type of defect, a myth, an everlasting.

Candace Knoebel has done an outstanding job of creating an enchanting but realistic world filled with a cast of characters so diverse, yet so compatible you can't help but be sucked in. Faye is an outstanding character...though only 18 years old her strength and maturity in dealing with the onslaught of what she is, what she has lost, and what monumental tasks are looming before her is to be commended.
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I think the book is maybe a 2.5. I think the idea behind the book is interesting, with the hunter/witch pairing up to protect mankind. I was only able to make it about halfway in, because I couldn't bear it anymore. Here's why:

-It is very slow. There's so much description- probably 75% of it describing the repetitive thoughts that are running through the main character's mind. All of that mind-chatter makes it take a very long time for things to happen in the book. To give an example: in Chapter 1, we are introduced to the problem; the character is worried she'll be a defect. It is not until Chapter 4 that it gets sorted out.
-There's some inconsistency. At times, it is suggested that witches can hear others' thoughts. At other times, it appears they can't, with no rime or reason behind it.
- Stereotypical evil characters. Vampires, werewolves? I wish there had been more creativity than that. To use them seems like a cop-out.
-Oh my gosh, I am just so attracted to him; this amazing connection --> Insta-love. Really, if you examine it, the main character has no real reason to be ga-ga over this guy (at least until midway into the book).
-There's this whole big shindig to find out who's a witch vs. a hunter, when really, there is a simple light/candle trick that solves it up in less than a minute.
- There's virtually no diversity in the characters that we meet. Maybe the characters are way upstate ny in some miniscule town?
-The main character overhears information in a way that's just too convenient.
-What the hunters do is not actually defined. It seems as if they're strong.. and what?
-We know what the witches do from the classes they take, but no one (at least midway into the book) has actually used a witch power to, you know, do something?
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IN a word this book is melodramatic.Another applicable word is over-descriptive. The basic concept of the book seemed like it may have been good if I hadn't struggled so hard to get through the oft repeated emotions spewing across the page. Every time we entered a new area whether it was important to the story or not got pages of description. The author crawled far too far inside her character's head. The character came off as whiny and unlikable because we had to listen to her .repeat her feelings without any change to them. The reader gets it we don't need to be told over and over. By the time I was a third of the way through I was skimming, hoping I didn't miss anything important. By about half way through I made the decision I would see where it all ended by skipping to the back of the book. It's a shame because as stated above the concept was good there were even some interesting original ideas The writing was easy to well-done except for the overblown melodrama which made it a struggle to read
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