Desperate for answers, Nikki turns to Cole, the immortal bad boy who wants to make her his queen — and the one person least likely to help. I’m not easily surprised by plot twists, particularly in YA novels I saw the twists in Everneath coming many chapters before they were revealed , but I did not predict the end of Everbound. Last time I checked, no one fed on Persephone’s soul. Despite the character development of him and the lack of Jack’s presence on page, I found myself rooting for Jack instead of Cole. If you like books about love then read the amazing Delirium by Lauren Oliver. I like how characters don’t know everything and things don’t always work out for them, but in the book she decided she needed Cole.

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There are too many fragments for drama.

everbound brodi ashton

Jack is too perfect to be convincing, and Cole is by far more interesting and attractive. In fact, he takes his concern for Nikki a bit too far at one point.

Don’t get me wrong, Cole is all kinds of interesting. I liked how his character everbouns been portrayed, complex yet sympathetic. There’s also un-needed detail, like a paragraph describing bacon.

EVERBOUND by Brodi Ashton | Kirkus Reviews

Everbound by Brodi Ashton. And when Jack appears I think “Yeah! Jan 18, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: We got to see Everneath and the writer everboind a decent job in the world building. I’m not going to giver anything away, but c’mon now, you knew from the beginning, you can’t help but suspect along the way, and you just had this uneasy feeling along the way. To do this, Nikki must go to the everneath, and she needs the help of Cole, the everling brodii instigated this whole mess.


I’m not exactly sure what that says about me as a person, but I digress. Cole is always waiting for that moment where Nikki could be all his, evegbound though he knows that may never happen.


I enjoyed every word, each one would urge me onto the next, everlasting. I read Everneath on a whim. I was expecting a bit more of broid challenge. Specially the “wind” part. None of it made any sense. I tought what I saw were some symbols from the ring.

I think this is because Jack suffered through so much in book one of Nikki being gone and it being Cole’s faultand then his self sacrifice. And then halfway through the book without even realizing what’s happening I’m half-rooting for Cole In the beginning Nikki is still dealing with the loss of Jack and the accusing stares she gets from pretty much everyone in town because she was the last person to see Jack and she can’t tell anyone where he is or wha 4.

We get to see almost every part of the Everneath, and even meet the queen!

Everbound (Everneath, #2) by Brodi Ashton

On the Surface everybody is blaming Nikki for Jack’s disappearance; Jack’s Evsrbound has hired a Private Detective who’s following Nikki around, convinced that she will take him to Jack. I’m thinking about reading this book after all. Despite it all, you just can’t help but feel like you’ve been slapped in the face at the end.


everbound brodi ashton

everbkund I was trying sooo hard to make up excuses for him that hearing him just confess and wait to face the music brought me to such an abrupt halt my head was spinning! I’m d So, I inhale read this in two days and now I’m just sitting here wondering what is broxi on. In Brosi we get to see some of Jack’s flaws, which rounded his character out a bit, but he remains firmly in the “good guy” camp. Now it a guilt ridden Nikki wants to bring the love of her life at any cost.

Then, she rips out his hair, runs away and eats it. There’s more to Cole than what meets the eye, and I have to say that I love his character development.

But maybe these will be answered in the next installment so For example, in spite of her obsessive studies of mythology, when she sees her little brother working on mazes for school, she thinks to herself:.