“It was great, im looking forward to reading the second one!!”Kayla wrote this review Wednesday, November 7, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Great series”Rachel Briggs wrote this review Wednesday, October 24, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“very good book! a good few funny parts too! can't wait to read the rest of the series!”Sarah C wrote this review Thursday, October 18, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“ Life for Ever was normal except for the fact that she could see auras and tel everything about a person with just one touch. When Damen, a transfer student, comes to her school in california, he is mesmerizing, handsome and mysterious all in one. He's perfect, but just too perfect. Who is Drina and why does she always have to show up when her and Damen are having a moment. How will her friend Haven take it? What is his special secret?
I loved this book! Ever is so cute whenever she's around Damen. The book itself was very well written with a good story plot and mysteries and alot of romance. It is like other books i've read, which are usual paranormal or fantasy. Other people would love to read it, especially if their into paranormal fantasy and romance but a little mystery as well. I think young adults will like this book because it has to do with highschool and teenagers, along with friend and family issues.”
“extremley gripping and hard to put down”Anna Budensiek wrote this review Thursday, October 11, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Ever can see auras, feel memories, and hear thoughts. Though when she finds one person hard to connect with, she becomes alarmed. Alyson Noel carefully trails a story with love, passion, and hope. With suspense in every page, readers can feel the emotions stirring in the book. Being the initial book of the series, “Evermore”, deeply explains and describes the characters life and stories behind them. The plot thickens as one reads along and emotions burst out; creating a plot so entertaining, it reminds readers the importance of love, and how it is truly expressed.
Life went perfect for Ever: with her popular boyfriend, and her cheerleader best friend, nothing could go wrong. That is until the accident. Losing her family, Ever is accepted to live with her aunt, Sabine. Along with the transition, she finds something… unusual. All she needs is a single touch, and all memories, thoughts, and secrets are imprinted in her mind. Ever hides in her hoodie, getting bullied every day, and hangs out with her two best friends, Haven and Miles. Since everything has to be ruined at once, a new boy arrives at school. He's considered the cutest guy in the school and all the girls fall for him – except Ever. She finds him auraless and thoughtless, and gets very suspicious. Soon enough, Ever does find herself falling for Damen, and fast too. Although, a suspicious girl soon makes sure, that Ever knows, she doesn’t like their relationship. Sadly Ever finds her life spinning out of control, with secrets revealing on every page.
“Evermore”, clearly shows, that it is recommended for teenagers, who enjoy love stories. This book does however incorporate with physics and the' afterlife, showing that the book has more meaning to it than just love. If readers enjoy a twist, with different genres, “Evermore” is recommended. Mainly because, it shows different genres, with a clear but interesting plot, and relatable characters. Alyson Noel has truly outdone herself, writing a story that not only touches readers’ heart but keeps them awake for hours.”
“My most favorite book ever!”Joyce Mutyaba wrote this review Monday, October 8, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Ever can see auras, hear people's thoughts and know a person's life story by touch. She notices Damen, the Immortal, because he's different. He doesn't have an aura, no thoughts she can hear. Let's see, Edward Cullen (Twilight) can hear people's thoughts and like Ever, he's attracted to Bella because he can't hear her. How about Sookie Stackhouse of the Southern Vampire Mysteries by Charlaine Harris? Sookie has also this ability to hear people's thoughts and she likes to be with Bill Compton because of the same reason, she can't hear him. I was even reminded of the Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead where Lissa and Adrian can see people auras too. I don't really like to compare but when I first read about Ever's ability, I instantly disliked the book. Everything about the book seems the same with every book I read in the past.
I never liked all the characters except maybe for Riley, Ever's dead sister. Riley made the book a bit interesting. Ever and Damen, never truly connected with them. All other supporting characters are too ordinary for my liking.
There is a shocking revelation that made the book a page turner though I was annoyed that the author waited until the last pages of the book before everything is revealed.
Overall, everything seemed unoriginal from plot/storyline to characters. Not a book I would recommend to readers looking for a good series to start.”
“Awesome. A new perspective to immortals. Must read :) ”janery quilon wrote this review Sunday, September 16, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I guess I shouldn't have expected much out of this book. Since it's about immortals, people who can read other's thoughts, who see ghosts etc., this book was also, unfortunately, full of cliches. Handsome guy and a strange, outsider girl fall for each other, and they're both awkward since one can read thoughts and the other is an immortal! What disappoints me the most is that most of these kind of books that are about vampires, immortals, or psychics and other unnatural people, they are all similar and nothing in this genre has reached for an innovation in there days. Considering romance though, it was sweet and nice to read. One of the biggest favorable issue about the book was the easiness of reading it. It was smooth and easily red, so even though there were lots of cliches, at least it didn't bore me, thanks to the author's tone appealed to me and the effortlessness while reading it.”Hande Ozkayagan wrote this review Wednesday, September 12, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No