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Everwild (Skinjacker Trilogy Series #2)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Love it!

The book I am reviewing is Everwild by Nick Shusterman. I thought that this book was one of the most intense and magnificent books I have reads in a while. This followed the first story in the Skinjacking trilogy and was mainly about the war between The Sky Witch (Mary ...
The book I am reviewing is Everwild by Nick Shusterman. I thought that this book was one of the most intense and magnificent books I have reads in a while. This followed the first story in the Skinjacking trilogy and was mainly about the war between The Sky Witch (Mary Hightower) and the Chocolate Ogre (Nick).
I think I could relate to Allie the most because I always liked being different and spontaneous just like how she is in the story. My favorite part of the book would probably have to be the ending because I didn't see the twist that happened.
I would strongly recommend this book to anyone who loves a good mystical adventure to a different world. I personally love this book and I could read it over and over and never get tired of it.

posted by Desire- on February 8, 2011

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1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

A Step Down

I believe that my expectations may have been too high for this series after reading Everlost, which is why the second book was such a let down for me.

I adored reading Everlost, and reread it several times. So when Everwild came out, I expected to see all of the sam...
I believe that my expectations may have been too high for this series after reading Everlost, which is why the second book was such a let down for me.

I adored reading Everlost, and reread it several times. So when Everwild came out, I expected to see all of the same aspects of plot in this. I loved Allie's spunk when she was aboard the McGill's ship, and I enjoyed Nick and Mary's quiet romance. This book somehow had less emotion than the first - we see many of the same characters, but they've lost something for me. That sense of reality that leaps off the page when Ir ead about them, perhaps. The plot seemed weaker, also.

Now I don't want to rag on this book with all the negatives I saw, so some positives are in order, I believe. TO begin, Shusterman writes with a sort of detatched eloquence that I enjoyed at times. The language is beautiful, and it is evident that quite some thought went into the actual writing. The story is, as always, creative and unique.

It is up to you whether or not you want to continue Nick, Mikey, Allie, and Mary's story. Personally, I thought that the ending to Everlost was sort of bittersweet and, well, perfect.

posted by KJSutton on January 3, 2010

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2011

    its a real good book,yes

    ok so i read the first book and loved it and i got everwild and loved it as well... im wondering if theirs going to be another book coming out becuse i want to know what happen to everyone and what happens next???

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 26, 2011

    wounderful

    I,m 46 and i would love more, can't wait till grandkids can read this.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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