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Posted August 27, 2013
I enjoyed this series as a whole, but this book was definitely m
I enjoyed this series as a whole, but this book was definitely my least favorite of the three. I think my major complaint was that there was so little of Ash and Fin in this one. This book focused on Tati, whom I loved, but the first two focused so much more on Ash and Fin that it seemed abrupt to have them so much a lesser presence. The change in voices and in how the story was told was also different, not bad, but different. The first two were told in alternating first person POVs between Ash and Fin. This installment was written as a third person narrative and felt older than the other two, far less YA than the others.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Aside from that, Tati''s story was an engaging one. Azor was as likable in this book as in the previous ones. That is to say... not at all likable. There were times when I want to reach into the book and just slap the stupid out of him. There was a whole lot of mystery and intrigue in this book, a lot of action. That part of story was pretty engaging. I think I just really connected with Ash and Fin as characters and missed their strong presence.
My only other complaint is a little one, that there were parts of it that came off as a little preachy. This may be a personal taste thing, however, as I am not generally a fan of religious fiction.
Things to love about Everlost...
-The mystery. I love suspense and twists and turns and there was a bunch of that.
Things I wanted more of...
--Ash and Fin. I really loved their story.
My recommendation: Still a good book and a must read for the end of this fun series. I gave it 3.5 mugs.
Posted March 14, 2013
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