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  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Childrens Books (27 Feb. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0857074652
  • ISBN-13: 978-0857074652
  • Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 2.4 x 21.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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Brodi Ashton lives in Utah with her husband and two young sons.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By La on 20 Jun. 2014
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Nice end to the series but have marked it down as it is FAR too pricey, it really annoys me when authors do this, get a grip and price books normally and fairly so that ALL your fans can afford them
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By Spider.Monkey on 29 May 2014
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The first book in this series I found a little slow at times, but pushed through and the ending onwards through books 2 and this one are much more fast-paced. I am 31, so much older than the intended audience! But I really like books with supernatural/paranormal elements. This series is definitely worth a read. Also, the trailers for these books are wicked!
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By sebz on 7 Sept. 2014
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I enjoyed the ending of this book although I notice with YA books I always tend to support the other guy who never gets picked by the girl. This was no different. Predictable ending, it probably wouldn't have been a popular choice but I would have liked Nikki to become Queen.
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By krystal on 7 Aug. 2014
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Great item. Love it. xXx
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Wow 22 Jan. 2014
By Jessie Potts - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the third and final installment of the Everneath series and will have fans holding their breath. Nikki, Cole and Jack are all coming to a close, and for those of you popping in for the first time, pick up Everneath and Everbound for an epic love triangle and a really unique concept. Nikki adores and loves Jack, but Cole has tricked her into feeding off of him, which means she's beginning to turn into an Everling … she must feed or die. Now, anyone who knows me knows I always choose the "wrong" guy in the love triangle, and I have been a Cole fan since he first came onto the pages. So Cole fans … we must band together! I found the story fast-paced, the mythology intense, and Nikki, as always, is an interesting and noteworthy heroine.

To see Brodi's top three heroines check out the HEA blog!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Evertrue to the End. 22 Jan. 2014
By Robin Snyder - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Evertrue was a surprise to me. Of everything I thought could happen I did not see the direction this story would go. Brodi Ashton has again taken a few ideas in Greek Mythology and given them a twist to incorporate into her story. For Evertrue there are a few of the trials of Hercules, Chronis and Tantalus's stories integrated for those of us that like a little myth-lite in our reading.

There is action, romance, impossible tasks and a few very heartfelt moments. Nikki is now becoming an Everliving and with Jacks help is determined to destroy the Everneath. She also needs to find a way to get her heart back from Cole. But the more they learn about the Evenneath the more impossible the task of destroying it seems, even if Jack did come back with super strength.

As for the semi love triangle, for me I always believed that there really wasn't one. Nikki seemed hell bent on Jack and although she made some very bad mistakes in Everneath, so much so I found her very difficult to like, she always seemed true to where her heart true lies. Nikki and Jack get some tender times together but it doesn't get too cutesy (maybe just cutesy enough)

-- "You are my peace and my home. You are the everything." - Jack

It seems Cole and the band have a whole new plan for Nikki to become the queen. I was sure that I was going to hate Cole in this book because of how the last book ended. However some much unexpected circumstances happened and I got to see him in a whole new light. I actually like the Cole of this book much more that the others. I think that his arc played out fantastically and I enjoyed seeing pieces of his past. He ultimately grew on me.

Once the three start to work together the pages just turn themselves. Although, all three hanging out together trying for a common goal had its tense moments and jealousy from all parties involved.

-- "We're switching rooms," he said, "to one with a king."
I closed my eyes, a king sized bed for the three of us. Maybe some adult romance author somewhere was writing the beginning of a similar scene, and maybe that scene was supposed to be hot. But to me, it felt like Hell

I was actually surprised a little by what happened in the Everneath and the ending was a little bittersweet but absolutely how I think it had to end. I like where the growth of the characters went and it really did appear to come full circle. Nikki grew from a scared, hurt, self-conscious, emotional girl who ran away from all her problems into a woman who really took charge and stood up for her life. I grew from not liking her character to really appreciating who she became.

I very good tie up to the entire series.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful conclusion to a very unique and fun series. 21 Jan. 2014
By Dark Faerie Tales - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
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Quick & Dirty: Wonderful conclusion to a very unique and fun series. Evertrue was full of action, adventure, and romance. Fans of the series will be very satisfied and I would highly recommend this series to anyone looking for a fast paced YA read.

Opening Sentence: Jack rubbed his eyes and sat up in my bed.

The Review:

Nikki survived the feed, escaped the dreaded tunnels, and saved the love of her life. Now she is back home and all she wants is to graduate high school and live a normal life. But Cole tricked her into starting the process of becoming an Everliving and if Nikki can’t find a way to reverse it she will have to feed of a forfeit or she will die. Together Jack and Nikki try to do the impossible: destroy the Everneath for good. With unlikely allies and more at stake then ever, can Nikki finally get her happy-ever-after?

I really liked Nikki a lot in this book. In the first two books she had a lot of self pity moments, but in this one she just had tons of determination which made it easier to respect her. She was going to destroy the Everneath or she was going to die trying. She is a smart girl and at times she was ruthless to get what she wanted, but she is also full of compassion. Even though she was in a crazy situation it still felt like she was a normal girl going through normal things and that made her easy to relate to. I admired her strength and she was a very easy character to connect with.

I have to admit that I was totally Team Jack in the first book, but at some point in the second book Cole snuck into my heart. Even after everything that happened, I still found that I totally loved him and that feeling continued to grow in the final book. You learn so much more about him and his past, which made me understand him so much better. He is just one of those boys that you can’t help but want to fix, and even though he shows it in really strange ways, he truly loves Nikki. He tries to push her to be her best, but he was also very protective of her. Their relationship was full of surprises and tender moments. I thought that the ending to his story was perfectly done and I totally adored his character.

Jack is as charming as ever. With his killer good looks and protective personality, he really is a dream guy. The love he shares with Nikki knows no bounds and in so many ways it is perfect. I loved that Nikki and Jack were best friends before they started to date, that is the foundation of all lasting relationships. In the first two books they were all about sacrificing themselves to save the other, but in this installment they work together so they can have a future. I loved seeing them support each other through the tough times, they both grew a lot throughout the book. Jack was an amazing character and a great hero.

Evertrue was a fantastic ending to a wonderful series. There was never a dull moment and I found that this book was pretty impossible to put down. It was action-packed, romantic, fun, and interesting. I loved how Ashton tied in the whole Persephone myth, it made the story more engaging and unique. The plot was intriguing and there were a few twists that I wasn’t expecting. Most of all, I love Ashton’s writing style, the way she incorporated the past and the present made it so the book never dragged or got boring. It also helped you to connect better to the characters once you got more of their backgrounds. Overall, this was a really amazing series and I would highly recommend it to anyone that is looking for a great YA read.

Notable Scene:

Everything around us seemed to go blurry. A few weeks? I’d thought I had ninety-nine years. He had to be wrong.

I narrowed my eyes, bringing my vision into focus again. “Who, exactly, is the mother bird?”

He clapped his hands together and rubbed the. “That’s the best part. The mother bird is the Everliving who holds your heart.”

The Everliving who holds my heart. Cole stole my heart from my bedroom two weeks ago. He’d said there were special perks for the Everliving who held it. Cole was the mother bird? I closed my eyes.

“What does that mean?”

“It means I am your only source of survival.” His face broke out into a wide grin. “I wish Gavin were here. I’d have him give me a drum roll.”

“Stop playing games. Tell me.”

He raised an eyebrow, gave me a devilish wink, then grabbed me and kissed me.

FTC Advisory: Balzer + Bray/Harper Collins provided me with a copy of Evertrue. No goody bags, sponsorships, “material connections,” or bribes were exchanged for my review.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Boring, anti-climatic & safe conclusion to the series 25 Jan. 2014
By Jovana J - Published on Amazon.com
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1.5 stars


I don’t really hate this book. I NOTHING this book. Hate suggests emotional reaction that can stem from the heart or mind and neither my heart nor mind was in it. I can imagine majority of the readers enjoying it, but it simply did not work for me in ANY way.


For the most part, I was on board with Nikki. She owned up to her mistakes, looked for solutions in ANY way possible, didn’t sulk and brood in the corners looking for self-pity and the love for Jack felt real and honest. These two truly have something special and I get it, Cole never stood a chance. In Evertrue, their “epic”, togetha forevaaaa romance takes a cringe worthy turn. If Nikki & Jack were on facebook, they would be THAT couple…the one that posts on each other’s walls things they could easily say in private, statuses involving Shakespearian’s declarations and “my girlfriend is my ride or die chick” type of stuff that most people eyeroll. Jack now has bigger muscles (duh) and makes a full transition into the Gary Sue I always suspected he was. They are one of those teenage couples that plan their lifetime together, like 99 years in advance. We all know those couples and we avoid them like a boring plague they are. Moving on.

Cole. Cole.Cole.Cole…. what am I to do with you? Who is Cole? Lets play an association game. Cole is the Damon Salvatore of the group. He is your Eric Northman…your Captain Hook (from Once upon a Time), your Darkling. He’s mysterious and sexy, makes your knees week and your loin area tingly, but deep in your heart and mind you just know HE IS BAD NEWS. He gets your attention with his intelligence, sarcasm and dry sense of humor. He could eye-sex you across the room, whisper sweet nothings OR he could drag you into Underworld to drain you of energy. He is by far, the most interesting aspect of the Everneath trilogy so when Ashton pulls the amnesia card in order to advance the story, neutering our bad boy of his guts, intelligence and personality, I was left with a bitter taste of disappointment and anger. This particular plot point rang false because it was a convenient, COP-OUT way to involve Cole with Jack & Nikki in some of the most AWKWARD encounters that made me look away in cringe and shame.

This journey to “destroy” Everneath was finalized in literally 10 pages. Nikki & Jack always seemed to know and find the right people with the necessary knowledge, books, tools and objects, all in the span of days while plotting to “nuke the whole thing.” Almost everything was handed to them on the silver plate and when a story reaches a critical point, Nikki & Jack “have faith it will get resolved” and what do you know? IT GETS RESOLVED. Centuries old Everneath itself is no longer explored and explained but treated as an anomaly, a thing to be destroyed with every Everliving in it. It reminded me of Elena Gilbert killing the Original Vampire Kol, thus ending an entire line of vampires he may have created. She didn’t even FLINCH. Same with Nikki & Jack. They make a lot of assumptions about Everneath and NOT once do they actually follow up or attempt to learn what will happen if they do destroy it. IGNORANCE is NOT an excuse. Their “facts” are PURELY circumstantial and pulled out randomly from the story to create a sense of pace. But the pacing is the least of the issues plaguing this poorly concluded story. The secondary characters are non-existent and only present to pave the way to convenience again, to hand them an object or piece of information. Without them, the goal to “destroy Everneath” would be fruitless because GODFORBID, Nikki & Jack have to face actual challenges.

For 3 books, we’ve been told BY COLE that Nikki’s survival of the Feed is a big deal. Enough for the evil Queen to get involved or Cole to build his entire existence around it, but this is never explored or explained again. Why? How? Why this girl in particular? It turns out Nikki was just “special.”
The REAL villain, you know the REALLY bad one who WILL kill you without remorse or thought, is present for like 3,4 pages despite her being mentioned throughout the entire trilogy as this dark entity clouding Nikki’s perfect life with Jack. We literally know NOTHING about her except that she’s “bad.” *rage*

The ending did NOT surprise me at all. I saw Cole’s death coming from a mile because the author never really gave him a romantic chance with Nikki, thus the only way to conclude his story was to kill him off…. I must say, that particular part was beautifully written and absolutely devastating. It was the FIRST time I felt as if I was present with Nikki & Cole as he withered away in dust. To me, this was a predictable, safe move by the author and I was honestly hoping she would demonstrate edge as she did in Everbound that knocked the air out of me. This was not the case for Evertrue. The author most definitely took an easy, convenient way out. For shame.

The book was boring & slow, filled with convenience, cringe-worthy awkwardness, mushy romance and neutered Cole. What a HUGE LET DOWN.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Such a great Ending! Thanks Ashton! 22 Jan. 2014
By quibecca - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
First I have to say a HUGE thank you to Jen at YA Romantics for her awesome "Hot Of The Presses" post yesterday. I had Evertrue on my calendar for release next month, so when I saw her post I bought the book right then. I have been dying to finish this awesome trilogy!

I loved the first two books in this series, and was seriously hoping that the third one would be just as good. I get so nervous when the conclusion of a series comes out, because I want them to end the way "I" want them to. Some series I have read end horribly, and it kind of ruins the series as a whole for me. I am so happy to say that this book did NOT disappoint. It was so fantastic.

When I am reading a book that has a love triangle I always end up going for the guy that they never pick. It's kind of a bummer..but hey, maybe I just like the "underdog". Well, in this series I never wanted her with Cole. Ever. I didn't like him from the beginning. His character comes to life for me in this book though. In the other books he was just plain evil in my opinion. In this book, he kept me guessing about whether or not he really changes or if it is all an elaborate scheme to get Nikki to yet again, do what he wants.

I love Nikki and Jack. They are just such a great couple. Nothing has been easy for them in their relationship, yet they still fight to be together. True love.

This book was so intense for me. I couldn't put it down. It's the ultimate showdown between Nikki and Everneath. Nikki and Jack are determined to get Nikki's heart and life back. Cole has other plans, he steal Nikki's heart and hides it from her so that he can keep her close to him. Cole knows that Nikki has to have him in her life to feed off of to stay alive.

When Nikki misses a feeding, and they cannot find Cole, I was sure he had done it on purpose. When they finally find him and he seems to have "amnesia" it was hard for me to trust him. I like "amnesia" Cole so much more :).

While Nikki's shackles get darker they realize that their scheme to destroy Everneath has to happen sooner than later. It gets intense. They travel between Everneath and Earth as they determine the best way to destroy Everneath. Just when you think Cole has betrayed them yet again, something new comes to light.

There are just so many twists and turns to this book. Ever time I thought Cole had gotten Nikki right where he wanted her, something happens to show he was actually helping. So, like I said before Cole kind of came to life for me in this book. I don't want to give to much away, but I end up "kind of" liking him. Only kind of though....hehe. To me he had done too much to fully redeem himself in my eyes, but he was an AWESOME bad guy.

There seems to be something happening to Nikki at all times, so she and Jack never seem to have moments of peace. It makes for an exciting ride.

The end of the book is fantastic. This trilogy ended so well, and I am so glad.

If you liked the first two books in this series, you will love Evertrue.
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