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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Quarter 1, Blog 2

Alyson Noel
pg. 301 (End of the book)

The protagonist in my is Ever. Ever, is psychic and doesn't really know how to handle it. One positive trait is that Ever never gives up. When trying to be defeated by Drina, Ever never gives up and thinks of how she must fight back. Ever is strong willed and that helps her never give up. One negative trait is that Ever tries to avoid her psychic powers by hiding from people using a hoodie and an iPod. She avoids listening to people through their thoughts and getting headaches from seeing their auroras by using those two things. She also can over think things and take them the wrong way. For instance, she thinks that a person named Ava is trying to get her to give up her sister (who is now dead, but Ever can see) and let her go and cross the bridge, but in reality, Ava is trying to get Ever to come speak to her about Ever's abilities. Ever affects the plot in a number of ways. If she wouldn't have dated Damon, Drina wouldn't be searching for her, trying to kill her. Towards the end of the book, the plot keeps going as Ever is trying to stay away from Drina. Ever also helps keep the book interesting, because she can read thoughts. It keeps you intrigued.


  1. Wow. This Ever girl seems pretty intense. Why did she date Damon? If she's psycic couldn't she see that it was going to end up with some crazy chick trying to kill her??

  2. Ever can only read minds of mortals, unless the immortals dont have a "shield" up to protect their thoughts. She could not see Drina coming for her because she is immortal and had a "sheild" up.


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