The Forever Girl is one of the many books you can find of amazon that most of people think that are good. Well, I’m gonna tell you the truth. Out of all that many “good” books this book should stand out and go to a super-duper cool category. Yes, this book is really cool.
The story is about Sophia that must manage with a not “Tinnitus, my ass!” thing but a dark curse. Everything began with a missing body of Sophia’s ancestor. This novel gotta be really cool
“Whatever you do, fight.”
Sophia’s family has skeletons, but they aren’t in their graves.
At twenty-two, practicing Wiccan Sophia Parsons is scratching
out a living waiting tables in her Rocky Mountain hometown, a pariah after a string
of unsolved murders with only one thing in common: her.
Sophia can imagine lots of ways to improve her life, but she’d
settle for just getting rid of the buzzing noise in her head. When the spell
she casts goes wrong, the static turns into voices. Her personal demons get
company, and the newcomers are dangerous.
One of them is a man named Charles, who Sophia falls for despite
her better judgment. He has connections that might help her unveil the mystery
surrounding her ancestor’s hanging, but she gets more than she bargains for
when she finally decides to trust him.
Survival in his world, she learns, means not asking
questions and staying out of the immortal council’s way. It’s a line she crossed
long ago. If Sophia wants to survive the council and save the people she
loves, she must accept who she is, perform dark magic, and fight to the death
for her freedom.
The Forever Girl is a full-length Paranormal Fantasy novel that will appeal to lovers of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, witches, vampire fiction, ghost stories, paranormal mystery, and paranormal horror.
- Interesting concept and universe. I couldn’t really stop after starting.
- True and fiction together. 1962 Salem thing really happened and so Elizabeth Parsons disappeared and look her long-long-long time in future relative is the one who carries that curse on its shoulder.
- Nice that she made Sophia be 22. I don’t think that an usual 17-18 years old, like in most YA or paranormal fantasy, would really manage to survive such a world.
- Charles is damn hot.
What I disliked:
- Nothing. Maybe few little mistakes there and there that aren’t even big mistakes so no worth of talking about them. No BAD POINTS. Whoaa.
I want to talk about one more thing about the world there. There’s no other book where the Strigois are shape-shifters. That’s so cool. I’m telling you that this author is a pure genius. The book is delicious. And I am very sure that this gotta be IIP’s best ever book release because neither S. M. Boyce(who’s Lichgates I just started) could really surpass it. Ourea is nice, but Sophia rocks.