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on Sep. 13, 2012 :
Your a very good writer Nicole. The bbok flows very well. I felt close to your characters. I aslo like the imortal part not being tied to vamps for a change. Good job, thanks for sharing.
(review of free book)
on April 26, 2011 :
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There's an increasing trend in the YA market on star crossed lovers, and Eternal Eden adds her own version of that into the mix.
Eternal Eden was a gorgeous, sappy yet satisfying and extremely addicting love story. With a Romeo and Juliet taste, and a star crossed lover's theme, this book was just plain wonderful.
I've been rather restless with books these few days. I would be reading one book, then my attention wonders off the book and into something else. This book captured my attention from the very first page, and held it until long after the last page, hours after the lights were out.
The characters were well written, and each one had their unique voice to the story. From determined, protective William to business like, proper John and drool worthy, mischievous Patrick, there was a whole range of personalities, yet they all worked together. Bryn was sweet, shy, and at some points, irritatingly modest. She captures everyone's attention, yet is so shy and insecure that she can't see what all the fuss is about.
The emotional parts of this book were much like a rollercoaster with it's happy and sad parts.I did spend a good part of my reading time laughing or crying over the pages, though I feel that maybe the transitions through the scenes could've been smoother.
I won't spoil the surprise by telling you what kind of paranormal being this book has between the pages, as that was definitely a unseen, and pretty uncommon surprise. I did have a hard time understanding all the rules and concepts to do with the paranormal beings, and the rules could get kind of confusing at times, especially inside the classroom.
Nevertheless, this book was totally gush worthy and amazing. It was a sweet, romantic, and captivating read. Ms. Williams' story presented us with another idea of what happens when people passed away. Her story flows smoothly across the pages, and creates a in depth, brilliant new world for readers to explore.
Although some less smooth parts of the book, and some of the confusing rules dragged down my rating a bit, this was one of my best reads in 2011 so far. It's definitely a good read, and I'd recommended it to everyone. Romance, the paranormal, adventure... what's there not to like?
(reviewed within a month of purchase)