by Gena Showalter


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At seventeen years old, Tenley “Ten” Lockwood had to make the ultimate choice—where to live after she died. Loyalty to her selected realm has not wavered…until now.

As the Everlife descends into darkness, a single truth becomes clear: Troika and Myriad must unite at long last—or perish. In order to bring sworn enemies together, Ten must enter forbidden territory and destroy the powerful Prince of Ravens. But there’s only one way inside—bonding with Killian Flynn, the deadly rival who sets her blood aflame.

When betrayal leads to the edge of utter defeat, Ten and Killian will have to rebuild trust from the ashes of their hearts. Victory seems impossible, the odds stacked against them. In the end, how far will they be willing to go for the sake of their realms and the Everlife?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781335499011
Publisher: Inkyard Press
Publication date: 01/29/2019
Series: Everlife Series
Edition description: Original
Pages: 496
Sales rank: 53,679
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 1.19(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Gena Showalter is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of over fifty books, including the acclaimed Lords of the Underworld and Angels of the Dark series, and the White Rabbit Chronicles. She writes sizzling paranormal romance, heartwarming contemporary romance, and unputdownable young adult novels, and lives in Oklahoma City with her family and menagerie of dogs. Visit her at GenaShowalter.com.

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Everlife (Everlife Series #3) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
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can’t say enough how much i loved this book. couldn’t have asked for a more thrilling ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While it was pretty obvious that the Everlife series had religious undertones, the entire final book reads much like an overzealous Christian sermon. "Light" must triumph for anyone to be saved. Troikans are the only ones to have a peaceful second death everyone else is basically tortured forever. Myriad is basically described as Sodom, with the majority of people falling for its lure and ultimately suffering for it in second death. It's a tiresome plot, easily predictable for anyone remotely familiar with the bible, and ultimately a pathetic finale. A major disappointment, but I'll give it 2 stars because it is well written if nothing else.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really loved the Everlife series! So well written, I couldn’t put the books down. A must read!
Rubys_books More than 1 year ago
What a series ending! What an amazing ride, guys! You all know how much I love this series, and let me tell you, this book was exactly what I wanted and more. We see Ten and Killian navigate the new stage of their relationship after they bond with each other, while the entire world is against them and as the war between Myriad and Troika grows bigger and bigger. Ten finds the balance between light and dark, between love and hate, while Killian....well... Let's just say that part of my wish after reading Lifeblood came true. Part of it. It was glorious! What I liked most about this book is that it isn't your typical series ending. Showalter does a genius thing with the ending, which is awesome, because it's not as neatly tied with a bow as it usually happens in trilogies. Which means that now I wonder if somehow this means that there might be new stories within this world or maybe even a spin-off. Even if this is the very last story within this world, I still love it. Because it's not a complete ending, where everything goes super well and there is no glimpse of anything changing in the future. On the contrary, I feel as if a lot of things are left to the imagination, so really, Showalter gives readers a chance to imagine their own version of what happens after The End and I love that. I also loved that I did not expect what happened. I was sure that the final battle will turn out to be very different, but Showalter managed to surprise me a lot. The pace is great and I was glued to my tablet's screen until late in the night, because I couldn't bear to stop reading. We get to meet old characters that I didn't think we'd meet, we meet new characters, and we get some answers. I like the fact that some things are still a mystery, and that some things were left to the imagination. Now of course, me being me, I would definitely not be mad if Showalter decided to do the awesome thing of writing a spin-off *hint*hint*. Final Thoughts: I loved this book and it was the best ending I probably ever read in a trilogy.
Anonymous 14 days ago
Showalter does it again, guiding readers through an alternate reality of our world. I highly recommend the Everlife series for the young and old alike.
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Anonymous 9 months ago
All over loved the the series. Wasn't expecting or cared for the third book to bounce between perspectives of the main characters, but other than that I think its a must read series!
runnergirl83 More than 1 year ago
This is the third book in the Everlife trilogy. And this is one of those series where you do need to read them in order, so if you haven't read the first two books, you will need to go and get those. Tenley Lockwood is in a battle, two realms are fighting, the Troika and the Myriad. She has declared alliance to Trokia. The boy she loves has declared alliance to Myriad. The end of the last book they bonded, which means they both basically have access to both sides and have a connection between them. They are able to share memories, communicate, and when one is hurt, the other feels it and is also hurt. Tenley needed that bond in order to break into the other side's afterlife as she wants to free people. She wants to stop the fighting and to somehow get both sides to live in peace. I really enjoyed the first book in this series. I like a good imaginative story that brings me into a whole different world. I wasn't as into the second book in the series, I'm not sure if it was the book itself or if so much time had passed between book one and two when I read them that it took me a while to get back into the series. Either way, I enjoyed book three and read the book pretty quick.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Easily one of the BEST series and ending to a series that you could ask for.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What an outstanding series!!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book! I enjoyed them all!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A message this world needs so badly!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best series, best writing, best editing, best scriptural based fiction. Yet it isn't simplistic in plot or characters. An awesome read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Highly recommended. I totally love the series it is a must read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Always wondering what will happen next.
Kat-The-Book-Lover More than 1 year ago
I loveeed this whole series! I was hooked from the start. But I cant wait to see if there is a little spin off story to see how life is during the peace era; and how everyone's lives and relationships developed. I just have one question though, Did anyone else's book end with stars at the bottom of the page then three whole blank pages? I would really appreciate an answer to I know if I'm missing out on any of the ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A truly beautiful series. HIGHLY highly recommend.
DebraSchwartz1971 More than 1 year ago
This is the third and final book in the Everlife series. As much as I loved the first two, I was disappointed in this book. But towards the end of the book, I started to enjoy it again. Ten and Killian finally bond and their worlds fall apart. Ten and Killian no longer trust each other; Killian’s memory seemed to have been wiped clean and now he is the person she first met when he was trying to recruit her to Myriad. Ten’s ability to spontaneously create poems for people is wonderfully entertaining and I am constantly surprised and impressed with all the numbers in this series. Ten’s mind is always working through problems by using numbers and their relationship to her world. What didn’t I love? The awkward sex scenes and the re-set of Ten and Killian’s relationship.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good and unexpected finish to a great trilogy!
Lisa_Loves_Literature More than 1 year ago
This was the perfect conclusion to an epic trilogy. Each book has totally blown me away, and this one was no different! I got started a little late, due to some issues I had with downloading the e-galley, but once I did, I was hooked. It started off with some of the familiar memos between people that we've seen throughout the other books. And then we were pretty much where book 2 left off, Ten and Killian choosing to pledge their lives to each other, to form a bond that would hopefully be the first step towards peace between Myriad and Troika. If you've followed my reviews of the two books so far, especially the 2nd one, you'll know that I adored Killian, and the beginning with him and Ten had me right back in love. Until they bond and everything changes. Killian and Ten are affected immediately. Ten now has to deal with the shadows that come through their bond, the shadows that threaten her light and her Troikian way of thinking and doing. But really Killian is the one who gets the short end of the deal. He doesn't remember anything about their relationship. In fact, the first thing he wants to do right after is kill her. His memories are gone, at least all that pertain to falling in love with Ten and their plan to save both of their worlds. So, while they must fight now against their own sides who are either not happy with the bond, or want to use it to destroy the other realm, what I loved best about the story is that we get to see Killian fall in love with Ten all over again. Seeing him work through his hatred for all things Troikian, as well as overcoming the many, many betrayals he's suffered throughout his First and Second Lives. Finding that love overcomes all, that's something Killian must discover and accept, and something that Ten must fight to continue to believe, even over all of the shadows that overtake her, and the bad things that happen to her. I want so badly to write a beautiful review for this beautiful book. But alas, I didn't finish reading until about 3 am this morning, and my review needed to be posted before noon today. Without getting too spoilery, I will say that the way things worked out, the solution to it all, reminded me quite a bit of The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, which was a book I loved and read over and over when I was a kid. Oh, not only did I love Killian, as expected, but Biscuit! And Beast! You'll have to read to find out who they are. And then, we get back a beloved character from before that we thought was gone, and that was so wonderful as well. I enjoyed all of Ten's numbers and her poems as usual. One other fun fact, is that Ten mentions a quote from one of my other favorite series, The Arcana Chronicles by Kresley Cole. I really just fangirl myself when it seems an author is giving shout outs to other authors and their awesome books. Also, we get a tour of Myriad in this book, making me realize we didn't ever know exactly what it was like, and wow, it was so bizarre! I guess to wrap this all up, if you haven't started this series, go get it now! If you are ready for this book, get your hands on it as soon as you can, to find out how things will go down, and immerse yourself in the beautiful worlds Showalter has created.