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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Alyson Noel

This book has gotten off to a pretty slow start. This book is about Riley Bloom, Ever's sister, who died in a car accident and this book is about her life after she died and moved to Here. It is like another short book to the immortals series. The author started off by saying: Most people think that death is the end. The end of life-of good times-the end of, well, pretty much everything. But those people are wrong. Dead wrong. And I should know. I died almost a year ago. The author did a good job of an attention getter because this hooks you from the beginning, but is not doing a very good job of developing the book. Since the book is in 1st person, it is talking about the character's life. So far, all they have informed us is that it was Riley's first day of school and she was confused because she had no idea where to go, or what to do. So far, the author is having a hard time keeping my interest. I hope that the author will end up making this book more interesting as I read on further. I hope that she will be able to get my interest back.


  1. Is this the same series you have read the whole year. They sound kind of comfusing to be. What genre is it? Syfy? Realistic Riction? Just fiction? Is Ever in this book so far because she seemed to be the main character for all the other books

  2. I have the same question as Erika-is Ever going to be in the book? I also like Riley, but the way the 2 sisters argued in the 1st book was kind of funny. And I think it's more fiction than anything else. It takes place in modern times, but has magic and alchemy and other stuff like that.


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