by Pati Nagle


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ISBN-13: 9781611380620
Publisher: Book View Cafe
Publication date: 03/22/2011
Pages: 242
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Pati Nagle was born and raised in the mountains of northern New Mexico. An avid student of music, history, and humans in general, she loves the outdoors but hides from the sun.

Nagle's stories have appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Cicada, Cricket, and in various anthologies, including collections honoring New Mexico writers Jack Williamson and Roger Zelazny. She has also written a series of historical novels as P.G. Nagle. She is a Writers of the Future finalist and finalist for the New Mexico Press Women's Zia Award. Her short story "Coyote Ugly" received an honorable mention in The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror and was honored as a finalist for the Theodore Sturgeon Award. She is a founding member of Book View Café.

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Immortal 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
DeborahJRoss More than 1 year ago
On the surface, Immortal resembles other teen romances -- girl meets unbelievably handsome and mysterious boy; throbbing hearts ensue. But Nagle's heroine is no hapless Bella, she's a college student with a job, a car, and a mind of her own. Nor is the gorgeous guy an angsty vampire, although he definitely is not one of your usual folk. The plot moves briskly from encounter to threat to road trip to battle, a fine way to spend a couple of winter nights. In the end, the story is as much about how relationships help us to determine the direction of our own lives as it is about hormones. That's what sets this YA novel apart.
GerreK More than 1 year ago
This book captured my interest immediately. The characters were intriguing and the mistique of the unknown was unraveled in a way that kept the pace going well. I loved the humor amd the humanity in the story. It was a good introduction to the aelfin world. The issue of philosophy of life for creatures dealing with extreme longevity, similar to Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's St Germaine novels, is one that leads to food for thought. The story of love gorwing and the relationship developing between Len and the stranger is appealing to anyone who has experienced first love. I would like to spend more time with Len and Caeran.