While Mary lies in a glass coffin aboard a ghost train heading west, her minions are awaiting her re-awakening by bringing lots of new souls into Everlost to serve her. Meanwhile Jackin’ Jill has met Jix, a fur-jacker—a skin jacker who can take over the bodies of animals, most notably jaguars.... show more
While Mary lies in a glass coffin aboard a ghost train heading west, her minions are awaiting her re-awakening by bringing lots of new souls into Everlost to serve her. Meanwhile Jackin’ Jill has met Jix, a fur-jacker—a skin jacker who can take over the bodies of animals, most notably jaguars. Jix serves a Mayan god who collects Everlost coins, and has his own agenda. In the concluding volume of The Skinjacker Trilogy, Neal Shusterman reveals new sides of the characters of Everlost, who are pitted against each other in a battle that may destroy all life on Earth.
Publish date: 3 maja 2011
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing
Pages no: 512
Edition language: English
Series: Skinjacker (#3)
"We can lie to ourselves, saying we believe one thing, and sometimes we convince others it's true, with the hope that by convincing others, we can convince ourselves. Wars are often waged not because of what we believe, but because of the things we want others to believe." Book 3 in the Skinjacke...
Satisfying conclusion to the series. Shusterman seems to have a genius for setting multiple characters and plots off in different directions, and them weaving them back together for a smashing, dizzying finish. I generally enjoyed the series as a whole, but didn't find it as gripping as some other r...
Shusterman concludes the Skinjacker Trilogy with a psychological tale. Once again, we follow the exploits of Mary Hightower, Mikey, Nick and Allie. This time we are dealing with their inner struggles in Everlost.Mary is hellbent on world domination. The only relevant world to Mary is one in which al...
Trilogies usually go one of two ways for me. I’m either disappointed that the author didn’t tie up a loose ends and rushes the story so it doesn’t feel completed, which is disappointing. Or at the end of the spectrum everything is done nicely and everyone is moving on starting there new lives havi...
The Afterlights from books one and two head westward, with one side following Mary’s goal of destroying the living world, and the other side trying to stop her.Do you sense some unseen spirit whispering in your ear, announcing the end of everything you know? If you do, then Mary is close by, waitin...