“Everfound” by Neal Shusterman

Monday, November 07, 2011 - Book Reading
“Everfound” by Neal Shusterman

Back of the Book:

While Mary lies in a glass coffin aboard a ghost train heading west, her minions are awaiting her re-awakening by bringing lots of new souls into Everlost to serve her. Meanwhile Jackin’ Jill has met Jix, a fur-jacker—a skin jacker who can take over the bodies of animals, most notably jaguars. Jix serves a Mayan god who collects Everlost coins, and has his own agenda. In the concluding volume of The Skinjacker Trilogy, Neal Shusterman reveals new sides of the characters of Everlost, who are pitted against each other in a battle that may destroy all life on Earth.

Brigid’s Review on

It was so good, I actually tried to eat it. And that’s something new, even coming from me. I mean, I do weird things to books I love. I yell at them, I hug them, I throw them against the wall, I “SQUEE!” at them … but not once have I ever tried to eat a book. When I finished Everfound, all I could do was hold it in front of me and stare at it weirdly like, “Wait … This book. It can’t be real. It’s too good to be real.” And then this strange urge came over me and I actually decided to bite it, because I didn’t know what else to do. It was just like, “GET IN MAH BELLY, YOU WONDERFUL BOOK YOU! I WANT YOU TO BE A PART OF ME!” But I couldn’t actually eat it, sadly. Also it was a library book, so I would have gotten in trouble for that. (read the entire review here)

Pages: 512

Published: 2011-04-27

Format Read: ebook

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The very worst thing about this book is that this world had to come to an end with the books. Thank goodness I can visit again the next time I read the trilogy.

The very best thing about this book is how incredibly detailed the entire story has been. You just can’t beat good writing, good story-telling, and attention to detail. ^_^ Thank you, Mr. Shusterman, for sharing this masterpiece with us! I love when a series gets better as it progresses.


This book will be placed under the 2011 E-Book Reading Challenge and the 2011 Fantasy Reading Challenge.

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