You may be looking for the novel Evernight or the Evernight book series. Evernight Academy is a private boarding school and vampire sanctuary. It is the primary setting of the Evernight series , with the exception of Hourglass. The first book and the series overall draw their name from the Academy. It is quite close to a small town named Riverton ; it is also within driving distance of the city of Boston, although it takes a few hours to get there.
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She's been uprooted from her small hometown and enrolled at Evernight Academy, an eerie Gothic boarding school where the students are somehow too perfect: smart, sleek, and almost predatory. Bianca knows she doesn't fit in. Then she meets Lucas. He's not the "Evernight type" either, and he likes it that way. Lucas ignores the rules, stands up to Bianca wants to escape. Lucas ignores the rules, stands up to the snobs, and warns Bianca to be careful—even when it comes to caring about him. Bianca will risk anything to be with Lucas, but dark secrets are fated to tear them apart.
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And is it worth my time? Lily yes, this book has very good character development, the characters pull you in and it makes you feel like you are really there.
If you like romance bo …more yes, this book has very good character development, the characters pull you in and it makes you feel like you are really there. If you like romance books than this is for you!!! How does Kate think Bianca saved Lucas's life that makes her like Bianca? Lily well I mean if you found your kid naked in a bed with a girl you don't know then that is not the best first impression so when he showed the scar from …more well I mean if you found your kid naked in a bed with a girl you don't know then that is not the best first impression so when he showed the scar from her bitting him then she was like omg my kid just got bit s when he told her that she helped him then she totally loves her less.
See all 9 questions about Evernight…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Evernight Evernight, 1. Jul 03, Haleema rated it did not like it Shelves: not-again , cheese , hate , predictable , just-begging-for-snark , love-triangles. Sorry, guys. It was back when I was a shit reviewer. But thank you for all those who read and like it! I love you beautiful beings! View all 21 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Okay, so how shall I put this I have a few Kim is bothered. First of all: I like subtlety. I like surprises. It would be the same thing if we suddenly find out Bianca has a penis. Vampires are mentioned once during an English lit class. Bianca bites Lucas and suddenly we learn: - Eve Okay, so how shall I put this Bianca bites Lucas and suddenly we learn: - Everybody is a vampire - Bianca has always been a vampire - Bianca was born that way And from then on the word 'vampire' is mentioned practically every other sentence.
Also, what's up with the humans? They are supposed to be there to 'help the vamps adjust to the new world'. Which brings me to my next issue: The vamps act like they lived under a rock for most of their long lives.
Yes the world changes, new inventions pop up left and right. But it doesn't happen overnight. If you need classes to learn how to use a microwave then I'm seriously doubting the intelligence of the average vampire. Yet they all act like they were zapped into this century. My other problem with the humans is why anybody would think it's a good idea to put a few walking and talking blood banks in the middle of a horde of hungry vamps.
I know it's mandatory in this kind of books, Bianca and Lucas have to be complete opposites, but the only reason for them going to the same school is because the mix of vampires, schools and forbidden love is hot right now. Of course later we find out Bianca and Lucas are supposed to be archenemies, which makes it even more difficult for them to stay out of each other's pants.
What really bothered me is the explanation how Bianca can become a full vampire instead of a half-baked version of one. I'm sorry what? You'd still be taking a life, I'm sorry if being a vampire automatically comes with a god complex but it's still wrong to murder somebody.
And last but not least: There are 2 ways to become a vampire. You are born one or you are made. If a vampire bites you 'enough times' you become a vampire yourself. How many times is that exactly? And does every time count or does this wear off like say if a vampire bites you 5 times in a short amount of time, does that effect a person in the same way as if it was done during a one year period? And how come Lucas suddenly learned a few vampire tricks himself?
How are Bianca's powers transferred into him exactly? And for a vampire slayer you'd think he would be able do the math himself after she bit him so why did he get upset with Bianca when he found out what she was? He could have been playing dumb but he seemed genuinely surprised when she came out of the coffin. I'm reading the sequel to this because I hope it gets better or at least better thought through.
View all 59 comments. Shelves: blog-already-read. Is it just me, or does that annoy anyone else seven ways to Sunday? I get that people want to allude to some of the bestselling series of vampire books ever, but saying "enjoyable This angers me. But hey, I'm one to talk, huh, seeing as I'm about to do the same: The only comparison between the two books I think is appropriate to be made and the only one I'll ever make is that while it is Twilight's tagline that says "deeply seductive and extraordinarily suspenseful, Twilight is a love story with bite", Evernight is the book that fits that bill.
I enjoyed Twilight, don't get me wrong, but let's call a spade a spade: Twilight is marketable fluff with a suspense subplot and that's all it really is -- a subplot. And even so, the suspense is predestined to end in Happily-Ever-After Ville, so, without ever having a doubt of where it's headed, can we really call it suspense?
Evernight, methinks, has real suspense "in equal parts" with romance. Moving on, as this rant is getting too long-winded and distracting attention from the review itself. Don't let the beginning of this novel get to you. This review click -- beware of spoilers! Basically, I felt like the beginning went one direction and then when the twist came, it veered another direction completely, and the two parts, together, were incomprehensible. When I discovered midway through the novel that Bianca already knew and accepted that she was a vampire, I was ready to hurl the book across the room.
It tells the story of Bianca Olivier, a year-old half-vampire girl born to two vampires, who is forced to attend Evernight Academy, a private boarding school for vampires although some humans are enrolled. She was enrolled in order to fulfill her destiny to become a full vampire, even though she feels she doesn't belong there. Bianca then meets and falls in love with a human named Lucas Ross, who also feels isn't the "Evernight" type, but their love becomes forbidden by their families and friends when the truth of each other's nature comes to light. Not only is it revealed that Bianca is a vampire, but it is also revealed that Lucas is a member of the ancient vampire hunting group Black Cross. Evernight is a fiction young adult novel by Claudia Gray.
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