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Shelves: young-adult , paranormal-uf , arc , coverly-love , He took my hand and pressed it against his chest. I blinked and nodded. It belongs to you. It beats only for you. Then there are thos He took my hand and pressed it against his chest. Then there are those times when a final installment is so naff that you finish it wondering why you ever cared about those characters and feeling only a sense of regret that you wasted your precious reading time. That's how I feel right now.
Nikki longs to spend these months reconnecting with her boyfriend, Jack, the one person she loves more than anything. But there's a problem: Cole, the smoldering immortal who first enticed her to the Everneath, has followed Nikki to the mortal world. And he'll do whatever it takes to bring her back- this time as his queen. As Nikki's time grows short and her relationships begin slipping from her grasp, she's forced to make the hardest decision of her life: find a way to cheat fate and remain on the Surface with Jack or return to the Everneath and become Cole's Book 1 is scheduled for release January 24, The store will let me know and I'll come in and sign it for you.
Jack is trapped for eternity in the Tunnels while Nikki has managed to evade Cole's grasp. But Cole is more desperate than ever to find answers about Nikki, his best chance for taking over the throne of the underworld. How did she survive the Feed? Can Cole find another Forfeit like her who can survive it too? Cole's quest leads him to the other side of the world, to a mysterious, dangerous society known as the Delphinians, whose price for information might be higher than Cole can pay—a price that could destroy Nikki.
But when Cole attempts to steal the answers instead, his mission ends in disaster. It's measured by the moments spent cheering for the characters' fights; the moments spent feeling your heart break or feel fuzzy within the span of just a few pages; and ultimately, the moments you spend sharing the same sorrow as the characters as you find yourself crying in the dark of your room at midnight.
And I think that's what all great trilogies or series should be measured by in the end, really. Not just the technical aspects, but the emotional. Evertrue broke my heart, yet at the same time managed to make it feel warm. I laughed at the many hysterical comments made, and teared up at the more emotional.
I feel as if I have just finished this great journey as the characters themselves have done so, and I do acknowledge that this trilogy and this installment may have its faults in regards to the pacing; but in the end, my feelings for this trilogy as a whole and its conclusion seem to be as complex as the characters and their relationships with one another.
But I do know a few things for sure: I love this book, I love these characters, and I love this trilogy. And I also know that I cried a lot, that the last two chapters are absolute perfection, and that I read each of those two chapters, like, ten times since last night.
I have many feels. View all 19 comments. Mar 08, Summer rated it did not like it Shelves: Out of the entire series, Evertrue is probably the cheesiest of them all. I shit you not.
As if the series couldn't get any more idiotic. If I read this novel about, oh, a year and a half ago, I would've loved it. I read the second, and abhorred it. Less embarrassment for me. If you ever wanted all the young adult fiction stereotypes out there packed into one book, here it is given to you on a silver platter. You have the love triangle, view spoiler [amnesia hide spoiler ] , the macho guy who punches instead of speaks, the weak protagonist always in need of saving, and a Mary Sue.
My main problem here is Nikki, the insufferable selfish brat who does not know how to use her brain. When I say she is a Mary Sue, I do not mean she is perfect.
Far from it, actually. I mean that she is viewed as perfection incarnate by the males around her, for no reason whatsoever. Everything revolves around her. Nikki this, Nikki that. By golly, why don't we destroy the world! Just for the perfect, flawless, beautiful Nikki!
Give me a break. Jack is her savior; he will always be there at her side whenever she is suffering. He is her loyal friend. No, scratch that, he is like a loyal puppy, with no aim in life other than to please his owner. He didn't even break stride. He is a one-dimensional, flat character, solely present to get jealous and beat up people.
Literally every single damn scene goes something like this, with Jack being depicted as the hero of the day: He threw punched again and again until finally the man fell backward. Jack rushed to my side. Are you hurt?
First of all, no normal teenager thinks like this. If anything, teens think of this in a hypothetical way, not in a set in stone way in which they know for a fact they want to stay with this person for the rest of their life. Nikki and Jack, embodying the latter, are the most unrealistic couple since Romeo and Juliet.
Moreover, I did not feel connected to their relationship in any way whatsoever. Of all the young adult books I've read, this series takes the prize for having the most gushiest, mushiest romance ever, complete with declarations of love galore, one-liners that rival those of Taylor Swift, and teddy bears.
Kidding about the last one, but would you be surprised if they actually gave each other Build-a-Bears while fighting in the Everneath? The humor, and dialogue in general, was lame and forced. The interactions between the characters was annoying at best and rage-inducing at worst.
That seemed like a year-old was attempting to write a romantic scene. On to the only interesting character in the entire series, Cole. He was used, manipulated, etc, etc.
That cheap excuse for an ending was probably one of the worst parts. I think the author was trying to show how experienced of a novelist she is by writing that ending, but I am not impressed in the least. Not that I had very high expectations to begin with, but really, couldn't you have put more effort into adding originality to the finale? Aside from all this, the writing is average to below average, the character development leaves a lot to be desired, and the world-building is an embarrassing attempt.
This seems to be common throughout the series, and there is no sign of improvement as it goes on. I would recommend this to those who want an unoriginal plot with unremarkable characters and a laughable romance.
I can only see lovers of this series enjoying this, but if you weren't amused by the first two books, just skip this one. View all 16 comments. Jun 25, Rachel Reads Ravenously rated it it was ok Shelves: Well, it's a theory I came up with after the release of Mockingjay, in which the first two books in a trilogy are awesome, amazing, wonderful Usually this only applies to YA dystopia, but I think that this book applies. Where do I begin? Well, after Nikki rescues her love Jack from the Tunnels of the Everneath, she finds she is transitioning into an Everling.
Why is this bad? I honestly didn't care why. And then in order for Nikki to not die, she conveniently needs to feed off of Cole to survive. Me at this point: Nikki decides that instead of just getting out of becoming an Everling, she must destroy the Everneath. All that flashed through my mind at this point was DestroyTheEverneath. All Nikki needed at this point was her own webcast about it.
This book was over the top and made things way too complicated. I really wish the author had just killed off Cole in the second book, Nikki never starts the transition, and her and Jack live happily ever after.
I want to erase this last installment from my mind. I felt like we needed a prequel book or short story written as well. Same with Cole's feelings for Nikki. The author would just throw in a past memory like "oh this will explain it" and think the reader would be happy. I wasn't. The first two books I was enthralled and entertained. This last book I ended up skimming.
To Ms. Ashton, sorry for the rant, I really loved your other books, just not this one. And thanks to everyone else for suffering through my rant. Read the first two books, they are amazing! Just skip this one and know that everything ends with an HEA. Well for everyone but Cole who ended up like this: View all 15 comments. Aug 25, Sabreena marked it as to-read. But now, I can totally see why. Everneath and Everbound were some of my favourite novels ever --but I cannot say the same for the last instalment, Evertrue.
Here were my main issues in order from most infuriating to least: A sad fact, but true. What changed? This happened: He blew out a breath, and I thought he was coming back to me when he growled, "I'm gonna kill him.
He didn't stop. He exploded out of the car and slammed the door behind him. That's what happened when Nikki told Jack that she kissed Cole so she could stay alive and revive her energy. But clearly, Jack's not interested in that. I mean, can you be any more immature and inconsiderate? Nikki has been slowly dying for the past day but all you care about is that Cole kissed your Nikki.
Honestly Jack, I don't even know why I rooted for you in the first place. The romance. I do love a sweet romance.
But in Evertrue, Brodi Ashton seemed to have jumped into sappy-I-will-do-anything-for-you-land. Everything was about their undying true love for each other and many moments had my wanted to rush to the toilet and puke out my dinner.
It was a nice dinner too, would've been a huge pity to have wasted it. The plot. To be honest, there wasn't a lot of plot progression in Evertrue. There was a lot of dwindling here and there, and a very simple and short actual plot.
If all the romance crap was removed, there would be barely any pages in this novel. Seriously, I was expecting so much better. The amnesia. He was pretty much the only character I could bear, to be frank.
So when all this amnesia crap comes down, I felt like throwing the book across the room. The only decent person in this book had to get amnesia and turn all clueless and be stripped of their awesome personality. And then, gets killed off. Well good on you, Ashton. In fact, I wished I never read this. What I loved in the previous novels, have turned into things I detest after reading this.
Please do read this at your own risk.
View all 9 comments. Jun 23, Lucille marked it as to-read. That is the best cover I have ever seen in my entire life. Oh man, I wasn't expecting that.
I kid, I kid. I came up with a pretty lame name. But whatever. All I can think of was Everfree or Evermore.. I've thought of more! My ultimate favorite is probably Everfreed because the 2nd book is Everbound , and they should be freed in the 3rd book.
My next choice would be Everedeemed , then Evercrossed and Eversoared. View all 8 comments. May 05, Trista rated it liked it Shelves: January It seems so very far away. March Now that I've stopped crying all I can say about this final installment is "no". Just no. The end to this series is completely unacceptable and I'm going to pretend that things happened differently.
View 2 comments. Jan 21, WitchyKilljoy rated it did not like it Shelves: Hate suggests emotional reaction that can stem from the heart or mind and neither my heart nor mind was in it. I can imagine majority of the readers enjoying it, but it simply did not work for me in ANY way. For the most part, I was on board with Nikki. These two truly have something special and I get it, Cole never stood a chance. They are one of those teenage couples that plan their lifetime together, like 99 years in advance.
We all know those couples and we avoid them like a boring plague they are. Moving on. Who is Cole? Lets play an association game. Cole is the Damon Salvatore of the group. He gets your attention with his intelligence, sarcasm and dry sense of humor.
He eyefucks you across the room then disappears. Cole could fuck you against the wall while whispering dirty nothings in your ear…or drag you into Underworld to drain you of energy.
He is by far, the most interesting aspect of the Everneath trilogy so when Ashton pulls view spoiler [the amnesia card in order to advance the story, neutering our bad boy of his balls, intelligence and personality, hide spoiler ] I was left with a bitter taste of disappointment and anger.
Centuries old Everneath itself is no longer explored and explained but treated as an anomaly, a thing to be destroyed with every Everliving in it. It reminded me of Elena Gilbert killing the Original Vampire Kol, thus ending an entire line of vampires he may have created. They make a lot of assumptions about Everneath and NOT once do they actually follow up or attempt to learn what will happen if they do destroy it.
But the pacing is the least of the issues plaguing this poorly concluded story. The secondary characters are non-existent and only present to pave the way to convenience again, to hand them an object or piece of information. Enough for the evil Queen to get involved or Cole to build his entire existence around it, but this is never explored or explained again. Why this girl in particular? The ending did NOT surprise me at all.
I must say, that particular part was beautifully written and absolutely devastating. This was not the case for Evertrue. The author most definitely took an easy, convenient way out. For shame.
View 1 comment. Apr 25, Natalie Monroe rated it liked it Shelves: It seems like we've finally managed to conquer the Bechdel Test and have gotten YA girl protagonists to show an interest in something other than that smouldering supernatural creature.
Or homework, housework and that other friend-zoned guy. But now we have a new problem: Both are very unhealthy and as annoying as fuck. Jack is the perfect example. He has no personality other than Nikki. In fact, if we had a little look-see into his head, it probably look a little something like this: Grr, I hate Cole because he keeps looking at Nikki. God, I love Nikki. Don't worry, Nikki, my life isn't as important as yours. Grr, Cole keeps kissing Nikki even though it's to keep her alive.
Platonic loves? Sometimes I just want to hit him around the head and tell him to get a freaking life of his own.
Yes, I get that he's helping Nikki bring down the Everneath and that takes priority over filling out college applications, but I never see that he can be an individual character on his own. Thank you, random The Little Mermaid dude whose name I cannot, for the life of me, remember. Cole, I liked. Despite the fact that he's the other angle of the love triangle and doesn't have a cold chance in Hell of winning Nikki's heart come on, we all knew that , he made me root for him and was a deviously complex character on his own, with selfish motives and other ties other than the desirable girl protagonist.
It helps to give your male love interests personalities other than abs, authors. And I'd take wit over muscle. Just sayin'. Unfortunately, one cute guy doesn't make up for the fact that this book was freaking slow. Which is weird because there's action on practically every page—when they're not making out or glowering at each other, that is.
Most of the time, it's the love triangle that drives the plot instead of the other way around. And when the climax finally rolls around, it feels so rushed and just plain unfulfilling. Seriously, all that research and dangerous crap and it's over in a matter of pages. But I do applaud the resolution to Nikki's and Cole's relationship. It's sad, yes, but very well-done.
Yet like the climax, it happened too fast and didn't give me enough time to come to terms with things before we jump straight to the happily ever after. Also, this may be my Greek mythology obsession coming out to play, but Nikki and Jack's ignorance of the matter irritated me.
If I'd be taken to the Everneath and clawed my way back, I'd make it my mission in life to find out as much about it as I can. And I have a hard time believing they don't know about Cronos.
Tantalus, I can accept. But Cronos, Zeus's dad? The guy even has a planet named after his Roman equivalent, for God's sake! I'm sorry, but that is just unforgivable. And what is with the Helmet of Hermes? Yes, Hermes did sometimes have a cap of invisibility but the helmet is usually attributed to Hades. Zeus got a lighting bolt, Poseidon, a trident, and Hades, a helmet that could make the wearer invisible. Why on earth would you go for the more obscure one?
Unless you're a super fan of the series and absolutely loved the first two books, I highly doubt you'll enjoy this one. Good for a nice romp, but would I reread it? View all 4 comments. Solid ending. Great series overall. View all 6 comments. Jun 24, Irena rated it really liked it. This book wasn't as good as it's predecessor but it was still enjoyable.
Most of the time characters spent in Everneath, providing it's plan to destroy it. I have to admit, in this novel I rooted against them. I didn't want for Everneath to be destroyed.
While reading I was thinking about rating it 3,5 stars, but then came an ending. And what kind of ending was that? Let me tell you. An epic one! I think this series has one of the best series conclusions I've read.
Everything came to place and if only This book wasn't as good as it's predecessor but it was still enjoyable. Everything came to place and if only some things I wasn't a fan of didn't happen I would have rate it 5 stars.
So yeah, we didn't get happy ending, but we didn't get tragic one neither! Although I didn't want for Everneath to be destroyed I liked how all those Everlivings became old as they would be if they never became Everlivings so they basicly turned into dust.
That was my favorite part of the story. And since I never actually liked Cole I didn't feel sorry he became dust either. Jun 20, Lisa RC rated it it was amazing. Official January Review Okay, so the story starts off shortly after the ending of Everbound.
Total recall of the story: Nikki had went to the Everneath in hopes in freeing Jack, only becoming an Everliving herself because she fed from Cole three times. Cole intends for Nikki to be Queen, but regardless, she only has hopes of destroying the Everneath. The book has an emotionally crippling ending. It was quite obvious what was to happen, but the way the author describes it The story follows two major plotlines: Let me rephrase that: But because Cole is a pretty selfish man, I'm not sure if he did like her, or he only liked her power or he didn't like her at all.
The second plotline was more developed. The author focuses more on Cole this time, and for this reason, the first plotline was more rushed. It reminded me of Percy Jackson where he's need to find some Greek artifact, but the logistics don't make sense. You'll understand when you read the book.
If I could recommend one thing, I would recommend Ashton to write a longer book. The book needed more content and details regarding the destroying of Everneath. Oh yeah, and please write an epilogue: Overall, I gave the book five stars, just 'cause it made me feel something. It was also the last book. I enjoyed it, but the first book was my favourite for me. You have a main character who doesn't need people to defend her and although she is sometimes confused about her feelings for Cole, she knows that deep inside, she loves Jack.
The thing about the Everneath series is that you don't need heavy, steamy romance to make something sweet. In fact, sometimes, just two simple words, Ever Yours, is enough to make you cry. You don't need a guy to catch a grenade for you, just someone to hold onto you as your mother is being buried. You don't need some cheesy pickup lines, just a guy who'll watch over you in a distance as your talking to your mother's grave. That's why I like Jack. He's probably the best male lead I've ever met.
You also have an author who knows how to write. Remember the second book? The hands in the Everneath, all jutting in different directions? That was one creepy scene still imprinted in your mind. She has a perfect mix of description and dialogue in her book to make it paranormally realistic.