The Blood of Eden is a young adult fantasy novel series by Julie Kagawa. The first book in the Detailed Summary of The Blood of Eden: The Eternity Cure ( Spoilers). The second book in the series starts with Allie looking for her creator. The Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Share. Title: The Eternity Cure (Blood of Eden #2). Author: Julie Kagawa Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Romance, Paranormal, Science Fiction.
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The series takes place post-apocalypse, where a virus called “Red Lung” has wiped out most of humanity, leaving vampires to rule over most of the general populace. Hello there my friend. But I will let you know some vague things that you can expect: He doesn’t want any more blood on his hands and he is forced to bear with it for the rest of his life He’s the type of a villain I love.
Lots of killing, language, I think there were some sexual references. It would destroy me if I lost him now. That has irritated me a bit lol.
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It’s probably just a placeholder. Is that the official cover? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here In his last moments, Zeke professes his love for Allie and his hopes of forgiveness from God when Sarren teernity them camera of his true intentions, to release the outbreak in Eden.
Go to my About Me page to know more about me. There’s a new plague on the rise, a strain of the Red Lung virus that wiped out most of humanity generations ago—and this strain is deadly to humans and vampires alike. Also, ghe of my review, all of these arguments are subjective. Rating System The fey highly approves. The Immortal Rules Book 2: He’s different, but yet still the same.
When I finished the first book, literally I went immediately efernity the next one,I was excited to see how the story would continueand to be honest my expectations were very high, while the second books in the trilogies aren’t always the best really expect much from this and guess what?!
Book Review: The Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa
It sounds so awesome! And then there is Kanin. Not plot twists but twists. I fell in love with them and I hope they continue to stay in the land of the living, both the vampires and the human.
I love them and hope the last story doesn’t change their personalities too much. Not really, but one can hope. As they travel through the sewers of New Covington to enter the city, finding the gates locked, they stumble upon Zeke.
The pacing was consistent, the storyline was gripping, and the writing was of course, Julie Kagawa. He is a lot more authentic. And oh the ending, it had been wanting to cry, throw things, and beg Julie for the next book–now. Which is, no joke, my exact facial expression etefnity finishing this book.
What I admired about all three was despite their clear etetnity, they were willing to work together, put their life on their line, for each other no question asked. What do I follow a book like this with? That’s a pretty big number, don’t you think? Not only is he evil, but he mulie insane. The damn thing blew my mind and left me not only rooting for various characters loving them, then hating them only to love them again; laughing out loud at their outbursts only to cry later; wanting to read faster and see what will happen with them, then slower, then faster, but then wishing to never stop reading.
Or did the author overlook this? How do I even start…. Can’t come any faster? After taking samples of his blood into their own, Allie, Jackal and Kanin give the cure to the Prince as the set off to fully exterminate Sarren once and for all.
The Eternity Cure
This series just keeps getting better and better! Allison is one badass bitch. Holy frick frack where to begin? Dysfunctional though they are, I love how they work together Return to Book Page. And the Epilogue had to give it away.
The book ends with Allie swearing to protect Eden and avenge Zeke. HoweverI must admit the growth of the character and I was happy to read about him again: