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Evercrossed: A Kissed by an Angel Novel

Evercrossed: A Kissed by an Angel Novel

Scritto da Elizabeth Chandler

Narrato da Candace Thaxton


Evercrossed: A Kissed by an Angel Novel

Scritto da Elizabeth Chandler

Narrato da Candace Thaxton

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4/5 (6 valutazioni)
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5 ore
Pubblicato:
Mar 8, 2011
ISBN:
9781442339606
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Ivy and Tristan have both moved on-Tristan to the other side of the afterlife, and Ivy with sweet, dependable Will. But when another serious car accident injures Ivy to the point of near death, she meets up with Tristan at the place of "in between," and their bittersweet reunion culminates in one breathtaking kiss. Unbeknownst to both Ivy and Tristan, it was that one heart-stopping kiss that brought Ivy back to life-and angels are prohibited from meddling in matters of life and death. Now fallen from heaven for saving the girl he loves, Tristan is in the body of a stranger, and he must find his way to Ivy once more....

Pubblicato:
Mar 8, 2011
ISBN:
9781442339606
Formato:
Audiolibro

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Informazioni sull'autore

Elizabeth Chandler has written picture books, chapter books, middle grade novels, and young adult romances (including the popular Kissed By an Angel trilogy) under a variety of names. As Mary Claire Helldorfer, she lives in Baltimore, MD, and loves stories, cats, baseball, and Bob—not necessarily in that order.

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  • (4/5)
    Having not read the first three books in this series, I was a little lost throughout the book. I kept having to go back and re-read something just to try and figure out what everyone in the book was talking about.
    The main character Ivy, is easy to relate to in a sense, although some things she says and does bring up a lot of questions on how she can be so trusting after everything that happened in her past. Ivy's boyfriend at the beginning of the book behaves more like a close guy friend than a boyfriend really and without having previously read any of the other books I just couldn't understand why he was really there. Beth, Ivy's best friend, seemed to me more of an older controlling sibling than a friend really. Always telling Ivy what she should be doing and siding with Will from the beginning. Will and Beth seemed to be trying to control Ivy more than be her friend.
    And then when Guy was introduced, I automatically thought; well there is Tristan, but then there were times that I thought he may have been Gregory; again, I should have read the first three books and maybe I would have known a little better the mannerisms of both Tristan and Gregory.
    The ending of this book has left me totally confused, I understand that there needed to be a place to stop so that the next book could be written, but the end was pretty much totally cut off and left a ton of questions unanswered. I'm going to go get the first three books in the series just to catch up and then wait very UN-patiently for the next book to find out what happens.
  • (4/5)
    The anticipation leaves you on the edge of your seat the whole time. The questions are infinite, will Ivy live? Will memories come back from the past? And this time, Ivy's not sure her love will save her. The author of EVERCROSSED did a really good job describing the details of every scene. I especially loved the scene when Ivy,Will,Beth,and guy did a bomb fire for Tristan. To talk about what they loved about Tristen
  • (3/5)
    Back with Ivy, Will, Beth and the rest of the gang…

    I was curious to see if this book could be read without reading KbaA and I'm mostly of the opinion that it can stand alone. Chandler does a pretty good job of incorporating the events of KbaA into Evercrossed (and without a whole lot of exposition stuck in at the beginning, at that). In some ways it might actually be better not to have read KbaA because we have a time jump in terms of technology and lingo, etc., but not in passage of time in the story. (Ivy, in 1998, did not have an iPod.)
    BUT (you knew this was coming, right?) I think it is worthwhile to read the former trilogy because the knowledge amps up the tension. There are some interesting parallels between the first trilogy and this fourth book that really put you on edge and make you doubt each character.
    I will be honest and say the first 75 pages were tough to get into because everything seemed so...I'm struggling to find an adequate word...clean? Tame? But it got much better towards the middle and I was flying through by the end.
    Largely, there is an awful lot of setup in this first book: laying out the seeds of doubt, a variety of possibilities and, as I mentioned, filling in the backstory. But there is a bit of action and creepiness. And there's some romance.
  • (2/5)
    was an okay follow up to the Kissed by an Angel book. But did not love it as much. A lot of build up for nothing to happen.Spoiler:Like the other book that it ended and the sequel was a nice addition. This ends with no ending. I felt ripped of after all the build up for nothing to happen. I also hate Guy.. In the first books I loved Gregory so when you find out he is the murdered it was felt more of an impact. But this book I just can't get into Guy. Maybe that is what you are suppose to feel but have no idea since the book is not complete.
  • (5/5)
    I loved this book. The plot immediately grabbed you and pulled you in. Ivy is looking forward to a great summer until a crash changed her life. She see's Tristan who give her the kiss of life. Ivy who should of been dead, is back. Now things have changed because Ivy seen Tristan knows that he is here, with her. Everyone seems to think that her brush with death made her hallucinate. She does her best to move on until she sees a strikingly beautiful blue eyes to someone who she once knew.Let me start off by saying that this book is so hard to read. If you read the first three books, you understand that the love between Ivy and Tristan is one of a kind. A love that last a life time. After losing him, Ivy moves on with Will, whom she loves. So in this book we see the relationship struggle with Ivy and Will. I admit that I rooted for Ivy and Will in the third book. Ivy had been through so much and Will took care of her. I knew that the love wasn't the same but it gave hope for Ivy that she can move on.The introduction to Guy really made me heart flutter and ache. While Ivy did her best not to hurt Will, I felt like Will deserved much better. She own him more than that. I was upset at her that she would just dropped him like that and pay attention to Guy. Now Guy was definitely a good and bad surprise. Good because he made Ivy happy. Bad because I had no idea that thing would happen like that. I was shocked and happy. But my heart ache for Will. Again, I was left with a cliff hanger which no doubtingly tick me off. Now I must want to see what happens next.
  • (5/5)
    It took me a while to get fully into this book. I finally understood the reason, I had not read the first three books in the series. This book could be a stand-a-lone read but I believe once I read the first three books it will make better sense. The opening line hooked me and I read it all the way through in one sitting. The book was nicely written. The characters were full of flaws instead of being so perfect. It had a few twists and turns in it that I enjoyed immensely. The ending was completely unexpected. I had to re-read the ending twice to make sure I understood it correctly because it was not what I expected to happen. This is definitely a book I will recommend to others and I will definitely need to read the first three books.