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Blue Moon by Alyson Noel (The Immortals Series: Book 2)

5/10 Lacks depth, the characters seem thin.

Things have changed for Ever since she met her beloved Damen – not least because she's got a whole new set of powers, courtesy of her new Immortal status. Just as she's getting stronger, though, Damen seems to be weakening. Panicked at the thought of losing him, Ever finds a path to the in-between world known as Summerland, where she learns the secrets of Damen's tortured past. But in searching for a cure for him, Ever accidentally discovers a way to twist time so she can save her family from the accident that killed them. It's all she's ever wanted – but so is Damen. And Ever must choose between them...

This is the second book in the Immortals Series, we start off where we left off with Ever and Damen happy together, which means that they aren't going to be happy for very long. The story follows the same outline as the last book.

A rogue immortal threatens the happy lives of Ever and Damen and soon the whole school is turned against Ever and she is running out of time to save Damen's life.

The characters seem as thin as the book before, as a strong female character Ever again falls short, she stumbles into every situation without a clue, although she can hear people's thoughts as well as see their lives with a touch she still manages to not have much insight into the way other people think and feel. Always trusting yet continually being hurt by people that she wants to trust. The ending is dramatic and hopefully will lead to a different storyline for the 3rd book as both this and the first book Evermore follow the same storyline.

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Alyson Noel's The Immortals Series series


Blue Moon

The Immortals Series: Book 2
5/10

Evermore

The Immortals Series: Book 1
5/10

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