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by Neal Shusterman, Nick Podehl
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Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 6 months ago
If you haven't read Everlost, then you probably shouldn't read this review. But more importantly, don't read the synopsis of this book (Everwild) on Amazon as it gives away an important plot point that the book doesn't reveal until at least the 65% mark. Everlost is populated by children who died ...
YA Fantasy - K.A. Wiggins
YA Fantasy - K.A. Wiggins rated it 8 months ago
I wasn't going to continue after book 1 in this trilogy, but I'm glad I did. The stakes and shape of the rest of the series surge in this second adventure. The kids are learning more about the nature, limitations, and opportunities afforded by their state. Particularly the skinjacker situation. Murd...
The WordSmithe
The WordSmithe rated it 4 years ago
I enjoyed Everwild much more so than Everlost. This second installlment in the Skinjacker series was much more insightful than the first book. Shusterman continued to give great references--Challenger space shuttle, Underground Atlanta and even Graceland. But, this novel, did not have me laughing as...
Robin’s Reading Rendezvous
Robin’s Reading Rendezvous rated it 5 years ago
4.5 Stars Everlost is the place where sticks and stones won’t break your bones but names can always hurt you. It is also where things that were once loved and are destroyed in the real world might find themselves almost like an echo.“Great tragedies have great consequences. They ripple through the ...
BruceGargoyle
BruceGargoyle rated it 5 years ago
Full review at: http://thebookshelfgargoyle.wordpress.com/2013/08/09/double-haiku-review-everlost-and-everwild/It had been a couple of years since I'd read Everlost when I picked this one up, but I had hardly any trouble jumping straight back into the world of the Afterlights. There is a lot going o...
The Reading Obsession
The Reading Obsession rated it 5 years ago
Find review of the entire series here or here
Pitter Patter of Little Thoughts
Pitter Patter of Little Thoughts rated it 6 years ago
The story continues and the plot thickens. Allie develops her skills as a skinjacker, Nick and Mary amass armies and develop their legend as Chocolate Ogre and Sky Witch respectively, new characters are introduced, a few new ideas of the world are revealed. But mostly this book took the time to deve...
Book Lovers Life
Book Lovers Life rated it 6 years ago
Loved this one more than the first. Now on to book 3 :)
Today in Jen's Library
Today in Jen's Library rated it 6 years ago
Neal Shusterman is a genius. I think I may have to read everything he's written.This series just keeps wowing me. The plot gets thicker, denser, richer. And it's not just the plot. The characters continue to mature as they encounter new adventures. It just keeps getting better. Is Mary really ...
Woman Reading
Woman Reading rated it 7 years ago
Everwild was exhilarating. I enjoyed Everlost, but I loved Everwild. *Slight Spoilers*Mary was deliciously evil! Even more so because she truly believed that what she was doing was the right thing. There were moments when I thought there was no way that sanctimonious Mary would condone an action,...
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