I cannot wait to see where the rest of the series will go. Rebecca is a strange and troubled ghost and she leads the sinister turn of the novel. It was an amazing adventure filled with emotion, empathy, and magick. This is a suspenseful and heart-warming vel about the great hereafter. Still, they manage to find a way and Riley is capable to rescue Bodhi from his worst memory. We are shown glimpses of slavery and it's vicious cycle through the flash backs the Princes shares with Riley in order for her to understand Rebecca's world.
I mean, can't she be a bit more open minded?! The next day at school Ever is shocked to see that Damon has joined the 'Popular' crowd and is treating Ever like everybody else besides her two closest friends treat her - like an outcast and a loser - Ever soon realises that it's Damon's drink - the Elixir that keeps you healthy as an Immortal - has been mixed with some kind of poison to make him sort of hate Ever, to be kind of evil. She has 'got her glow on' since last novel as she has led souls to the afterlife, the Bridge, to the Here and Now, in her job as Soul Catcher. I think these books are perfect for the younger teens, but as an adult, I enjoyed the series so far as well. This was Roman's plan all along, to make Ever add her blood, then when he drank it, Damon would never be happy again because he couldn't have the one he loved most, Ever. As the daughter of a former plantation owner, she is furious about being murdered during a slave revolt in 1733. And for him to be her mentor?!.
While this was a cute and After reading and enjoying the first book in this series titled Radiance, I couldn't wait to see what the author would come up next for Riley! It's heartbreaking, but a key element to the story and one I felt Alyson wrote well. Rebecca is also a ghost, and although she may looked sweet and innocent, she packs one hell of a punch. I also really enjoyed the pretense of the novel a lot more. Now, while she's on vacation a hell hound attacked her and against her guardians wishes, she chases after it and meets a girl named Rebecca. I like that she is open-hearted with the people she meets during the adventure and she tries to help them by crossing the bridge to afterlife. Riley knew Rebecca was caught up in her own anger. Unfortunately, they're stuck in this miserable existence and their only chance of getting out of of it is through the guidance of Riley Bloom.
Desperate to break the curse and save Damen, Ever immerses herself in magick-and gets help from an unexpected source. But then Riley encounters a young ghost named Rebecca. Even though she proved herself in the first book, he still treated her like a child. The girl is furious about being murdered during a slave revolt. It just pulls you in straight away. After hearing Bodhi's story, I felt sad.
Her first book was the young-adult novel, , which explores the lifestyles of teens today. While following the dog, she runs into a young ghost named Rebecca. With Bodhi and Buttercup by her side, Riley finds herself in her toughest mission yet, though it's not really mission since she's on vacation when she stumbles upon Rebecca. I am glad that I get a chance to read more about her. She knows how to annoy Bodhi - they are so sweet together! This book is just the next step in Riley trying to find her way through the Here and Now.
I fell in love with 'The Immortals' series and I adored Ever's sarcastic, cute and incredibly stubborn kid sister, Riley. Riley is quite stubborn and quick to judge, but you see her develop as a character and mature a bit in this book. Riley needs to convince her that she needs to forgive and let go. But of course there is always a guy just waiting to bail her out. However, towards the end, I felt bad for him. The antidote alone would of worked.
Rebecca, who lives on anger and fear, traps people in a bubble of their worst moments. Just seconds before time is about to overlap and the future changed forever time freezes. In this book, she is trying to capture the soul if Nicole, a girl whom had a rough life. Once I had decided to detach my feelings and stop looking for unanswered questions from the previous series, and started appreciating the book from a new point of view. Even though I think the first book was better, I was still intrigued with the story that unfolds in this book. He is also an Immortal.
She seems to have a knack for convincing spirits to move along. With that said I was a little discouraged in the story but, after having started the book I had to see it through to the end. James back in 1722 when they revolted and killed her and her father. She's defiant, strong willed and is on a mission to help those who are in need of assistance in crossing over. We get more of a glimpse into her life when she was still alive.