Everfound

Everfound

Book - 2011
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In the limbo that is Everlost, Mary, Nick, Allie, and others face the decisions that will determine whether that place and the Earth itself will continue to exist, as well as where their own futures lie.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2011.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9781416990499
9781416990505
Branch Call Number: SHU
Characteristics: vi, 500 p.

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susan_findlay
Mar 25, 2019

I am pleased to report that, after an unfortunate middle book, the Skinjacker trilogy finally saw the light and got where it was going.

With several of the main characters from the first two books out of commission when Everfound begins, a couple of important new characters are introduced.

Jix is a skinjacker from the Yucatan peninsula who winds up being the main character for most of the book. I liked him. He added a new dimension to the series, altering the rules slightly but in a way that was relatively consistent with the setting. I was amused by his king's power of "unremembering" but am pleased that it did not wind up being used as a Deus Ex Machina.

My favourite addition, however, was probably Clarence, a man literally caught between the two worlds who winds up being integral to the plot.

While I would normally object to a series switching focal characters so suddenly, this series needed Jix and Clarence, and several of the main characters from the first two books featured strongly enough that it didn't feel like a completely different series.

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CalOrell1991
Jan 13, 2017

I finally finished this book within a few days and I fell in love with the trilogy. But it left me amazed and unsatisfied with a bittersweet and loving hated ending. I would recommend anyone to first read the first two books and finish this one off, but if you want a more satisfying ending, I do not think this book is for you. You will fall in love with the characters but it may leave a bitter after taste that may leave you craving for more. Still a good book to read.

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lollipops1730
Dec 02, 2012

this book is SOOOO COOL! its interesting, cute, funny, exciting and its defintly worth reading :)

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devillovesbooks
Nov 13, 2011

I loved this book and the whole Skinjacker Trilogy. But don't take MY word. You should go out there and find out yourself. =)

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Pikaboo
Aug 03, 2011

To answer MadSasha's question, the order is the way you wrote it: Everlost, Everwild, and finally Everfound.

I gotta say Neal Shusterman knows how to write a good novel. I literally couldn't stop reading. If you haven't already read the first two books pick them up and hurry so you can read Everfound. Well? Why are you still reading this comment? Go and get them already! Happy readings :)

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MadSasha
Jun 18, 2011

So, Everlost is the first book. What about Everwild and Everfound?

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