In , the daughter of a well-to-do San Francisco merchant embarks on one final sea voyage with her father before she is to be married. Sailing aboard her father’s ship is all seventeen-year-old Camille Rowen has ever wanted. But as a lady in nineteenth-century San Francisco, her future is set. Sailing aboard her father’s ship is all seventeen-year-old Camille Rowen has ever wanted. But as a lady in San Francisco, her future is set: marry a man.
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I have absolutely no desire to read the sequel.
Evsrlasting even featured her in our Best I’ve Read event that we hosted last year. I also found the Guardian unnecesary and extremely annoying. The only reason tht i did not score this book any lower was because Angie continued to write well, especially the scenery. The plot of this book was full of action and adventure, I was kept on my toes wondering what was going to happen next and how it was going to end.
What author gives a young heroin 2 loves of a life so one can conviently die and she doesn’t have to choose?
Everlasting (Everlasting, #1) by Angie Frazier
It was a vast improvement over the first and I found myself reading it well into the night. I enjoyed watching her character grow and evolve. The kind with swords, pirates, shipwrecks, tough decisions and islands with buried treasure. We are back with Camille. The way it w I am not even sure how I came across this book, but once I saw it, I fell in love with the cover.
One of those things being Randall. I also knew what would happen about halfway Actual rating 2. I guess I just wanted more zest to the story or maybe just more in general. I’m pretty sure I mentioned this in my review of Everlasting, but I’m going to say it again now: Jun 04, Marina rated it liked it Shelves: If you read my review of the first book you know that I really enjoyed the characters in that book, this book was no different!
Unsurprisingly, the voyage to Australia goes anything but smoothly. Oscar on the other hand, after having been brought back to life by Camille and the stone, does not seem to be as enthusiastic about pursuing a relationship with Camille as he had been. I really liked how clean it was and the story kind of sucked you in. See 1 question about The Eternal Sea…. The Frrazier Sea picks up there Everlasting left off. She’d have miners walking 15 miles just to take a look at her historically miners would do this for even a rumor of a lady being in a town.
Read at your own risk.
I don’t think I’ve read a lot of YA historical fantasy so I was really looking forward to reading Everlasting. The ingredients were right, but the execution was wrong. I suppose i just hate sad endings. I think Camille is kidding herself if she thinks that everyone evelasting ignore that she was off in the wilds of Australia doing God knows what with who knows who and welcome her back with open arms in light of the fact that her fortune is gone and her reputation is in question.
Nov 04, Princess Bookie rated it liked it Shelves: This book was more of a combo-pack of several other stories than its own individual stories. He really had come to her in the black water of the underground pool.
The Eternal Sea
I wasn’t able to connect with any of the characters and didn’t really care what happened to them and I had a huge problem with the evrrlasting setting which utterly broke my suspension of disbelief. It combines adventure, romance, frzaier a touch of mysticism into a meticulously researched historical fiction thrill ride. Samuel spends the whole book being a jerk as well and I thought his “secret” was so obvious.
Their journey leads them to Egypt and even the underworld.
Another thing I felt disappointed is that there wasn’t much explanation about her mother’s disappearance and it is rather more of a telling than showing method. So you can imagine that I have been anticipating this book in seeing what is going to happen to the characters now. This book was amazing. I honestly don’t want to say too much more about this sequel for the risk of spoiling anything. Look also at the trailer.
I also enjoyed the mysterious dreams that overtook Camille on the journey and how they bled over into the real world. She chose to bring Oscar back from the dead rather than her father. She knows he’s a bit different but she wants to look past that. Make some hot cocoa and let Angie Frazier take you away on a grand adventure.
And it does the marriage perfectly. I’m not entirely frazler why I wanted to read this one. Camille Rowen is trying to simultaneously navigate the ocean rrazier San Francisco society in Everlasting is ffazier great historical fiction story about love, adventure, and secrets and I assure you the book is better than the trailer.
When Randall unexpectedly shows up and Oscar announces that his work with the stone is not yet finished, Frszier has a tough decision to make. Angie has created a magical series with a complex plot, engaging characters, and a powerful heroine that will keep you at the edge of your seat! I guess the song says it right, “if you can’t be with the one you love, love the one you’re with”. Frazier has a lot of talent as a YA author, and I can’t wait to see what else she comes up with!
Apart from these two characters, Frazier includes a handful of minor characters eveglasting are all very well developed despite their lesser roles. She loves the freedom and the trazier and doesn’t mind helping with the grunt work.
Camille definitely gets her share of attention in this book. I would revommend this one to anyone that likes a sweet love story mixed with action and adventure.
Or read it and quit at the end of chapter