by Brenda Pandos

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BN ID: 2940016211411
Publisher: Obsidian Mountain Publishing
Publication date: 03/12/2013
Series: Mer Tales , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 380
Sales rank: 219,458
File size: 458 KB

About the Author

Brenda Pandos lives in California with her husband and two boys. She attempts to balance her busy life filled with writing, being a mother and wife, helping at her church and spending time with friends and family.

Working formerly as an I.T. Administrator, she never believed her imagination would be put to good use. After her son was diagnosed with an autism spectrum her life completely changed. Writing paranormal romance became something she could do at home while tending to the new needs of her children, household, and herself.

You can find out more about her writing, challenges and discoveries on her blog at brendapandos.com.

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Everlost 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
terferj More than 1 year ago
This one is mainly revolving around Tatiana or Tatchi. She was forced into a promise with Azor, the egotistical deceitful prince. There's a war brewing between Azor's Dradux and the rebels. Some rebels become spies and one in particular named Jacob becomes a bodyguard to Tatiana. We find out the truth on a lot of things. I really loved how this book came out! I thought this just flowed nicely and their was never a dull moment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think this book was terrific . This time it was Tatiana or Tachi who got to tell her side of the story. It was a new and diffrent from the others. I hope she writes more this cant be the last i love it way to much to end. Amazing book Cant wsit for #4
arvedui More than 1 year ago
Loved this book the 2 week release delay was well worth it. It definitely keeps your interest from start to finish
broncos09 More than 1 year ago
OMG!! This really is the best book yet from Brenda Pandos!! It was first scheduled to be released in February, but was delayed two weeks. That made the waiting even more suspenseful! I really wanted to know what happened to Tatchi, Fin, Ash, Glad and Jax. Boy, I wasn't dissapointed!! Last year I won a contest that Brenda Pandos was hosting, and my prize was to have a character with my name!! EKK!! I bought Everlost the day, well the day before, it came out, and finished it in under 8 hours. I devoured it. I was hooked from the frist two chapters and by the time I left work I had gotten to where my character was mentioned, I didn't want to stop! But truly, the places and the writing Brenda has, it really is like you're there, underwater, or in Tahoe or even in Florida. She describes these places with such detail, not to mention the fins on the mer people!! The only spoiler I'll mention, well it's not really a spoiler I think, is it's nice that the mermaids have the pretty, bright colors and the mermen don't!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was hard to put the book down.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing book it is the third in an amazing series that is worth every minute of your time this series has made me fall in love with Brenda Pandos's writing and I will always come back for more!
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cass07 More than 1 year ago
I love this series. the series as well put together captivating and very detailed, it pulls you into their world.
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ldd6853 More than 1 year ago
This book was the final in the "Mer Tales" series and by far the best, in my opinion. I loved the way the story throughout the series all came together and ended in a way that I am very happy with. From start to finish I was completely hooked and was unable to put this book down. I am so glad I took a chance on this series and definitely recommend it. :) 
KikiD870 More than 1 year ago
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. 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.
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The ending was okay but wish it would have had more detail
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Destinys forge
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This was a good ending to the series, although I wish Colin's whereabouts was specified in the end.(Maybe a spin-off series?!) I did not like all the references to having sex or wanting to have sex in this book. Some were even cruel- for example- one of the guys offered to physically hold the female down while the male sexually assaulted her. References to sexual body anatomy were also referred to, several times. All of this made parts of the story kind of crude. I understand the author was building the story line for the characters, but this book would have been so much more enjoyable without the sexual vulgarity. Some of it was okay between the promised ones, but most of it was just unnecessary. It was so different from the first two books in the series. I think if an author starts out a series for young adults, then the series should continue in the same way. This last one was just "more" than what young adults needed to read and visualize in their minds. (I am not a young adult and I still did not like the way it was done.) Most of the sexual parts in this book was not shown to be special between the promised ones but was shown to be degrading to the females, which left a bad taste in my mouth. Would I recommend this book to young adults? No, I wouldn't. Will I read it again? If I do, I will probably start reading at the last few chapters where all the characters from the first two books reunite in the story. Overall, I enjoyed the series. The first two books were 5 star books, but this one was a disappointment to me, only because of the stated above issues. The writing was great, just didn't need all the descriptive content.
terina More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed it so much I couldn't put it and happy how story turn out 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow. What a rollercoaster! Loved it