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This review is from: Immortal Beloved (Book One) (Immortal Beloved 1) (Hardcover)
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Nastasya is a four hundred year old immortal who acts more like the teenager she appears to be. After witnessing one of her so-called friends casually destroy someone's life (apparently not for the first time) she suffers a crisis of faith/identity, and runs away to a kind of rehab for immortals where she tries to reconnect with the real world rather than the vacuous existence she's been leading.
'Nasty' as she's known does develop some sense of remorse and humanity through the course of the novel, but she spends so much of it feeling sorry for herself that I found it hard to like her. Liked the concept, and it's well written, but I just couldn't root for her.