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The highly anticipated sequel to New York Times bestseller, Everless! Jules Ember was raised hearing legends of the ancient magic of the wicked Alchemist and the good Sorceress. But she has just learned the truth: not only are the stories true, but she herself is the Alchemist, and Caroa woman who single-handedly murdered the Queen and Juless first love, Roan, in cold bloodi...

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Number of Pages : 368 pages
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Evermore Reviews

  • Eryn

    3.75 / 5

    What an ending! I must say, I did not see that coming. And while I do enjoy being stumped and surprised with how authors end their story, I must say that I was a little confused amidst all my surprise. Still. This was a wonderful addition to Everless and I’m actually kind of upset that it’s over!

    Just like in book one, I enjoyed Jules’s perspective as she continued her journey with the realization that she's the Alchemist (this isn’t a spoiler — it's revealed in book one!) from the stor

  • Yusra  ✨

    this series is the prime example of “shit dressed as gold”

    maybe that isn’t a famous saying but i’ve created it for this book like dAmn someone get marie lu this cover artist asap


    I don’t even know if I’m going to read this, since dark and evil Liam is ,,, soft and fluffy Liam now

  • Nadhira Satria

    There's trepidation, fear even, in the ragged breaths we exchange now. There are a hundred small and human ways he could break me. As many in which I could and probably will break him. Maybe that's what love is, maybe there's nothing to do except open my arms to it. And so I open my arms, unafraid of the thundering in his heart

    The second or last book of the everless series followed the first book's ending. With Jules on the run, she ties together pieces and puzzles to destroy the sorceress. If

  • Out of the Bex

    What an incredible let down. Color me disappointed.

    Um. Hi. Hello. It’s me. And I have a lot of thoughts.

    My poor husband has had to listen to me rant about this book in an extraordinarily cranky tone as I read it. I did make snarky voices and YA jokes that only we fellow readers would understand so hopefully it wasn’t too bad for him. But now I get to share my little cranky reader status with you.

    So, what didn’t I like about it?

    Well... the whole thing. Yeah.

    But more specifically:

    • where is our ba

  • Beatrice in Bookland

    *I received an arc from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review*

    "Don’t you know, Jules? Everything worth doing is dangerous."

    What I liked:

    - Liam's character. I've said it before, but he's basically the only reason I decided to read this sequel.

    - the final plot twist

    - Jules and Caro's last fight and their story

    - Ina and Jules's relationship

    What I didn't like:

    - Jules's stupidity (she's not always a dumbass but when she is oh boi does she deserve some bitch slaps)

    - the writing. It's not bad but

  • Wing-yee (bibliomeds)

    September 29:

    I requested this on Edelweiss just now hoping for a chance they might even consider me :) one can dream

    October 2:

    Update: alas, I got rejected, once again, in fact they have never approved anything for me #salty, what are your secrets to get Edelweiss approve your requests? pray tell friends

  • Sylvie

    3.5/5 Stars.


    by Sara Holland

    3.5/5 out of 5 Stars!

    This review will contain spoilers!

    May I just say that both covers of this duology are beyond gorgeous. I mean, if you wouldn't have liked the book(s) I would just look at the covers and it will satisfy me by it gorgeousness.

    Before I started with 'Evermore' I was already prepared not to get into this with high hopes, because usually I end up being too disappointed with anticipated books lately especially sequels, and this was the case.

    I will

  • - ̗̀ DANY  ̖́- (danyreads)

    . : ☾⋆ — 3 ★


    ARC provided from the publisher via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review (thank you HarperCollins & HarperTeen!!)

    first of all i’d like to say that this book was infinitely better than Everless, but it also wasn’t. i’m not gonna delve too deeply, because spoilers, however i still think there were a few issues with the world building and the general plot development, but at LEAST you can see Sara Holland physically trying