Original title: Evernight
I give this book 3 stars out of 5 possible.
Bianca’s parents become teachers at the boarding school Evernight. Bianca does not want to go there and attempts to run away before the school year even starts. She doesn’t belong there. She would probably have gone through with it if it wasn’t for meeting Lucas.
The sequel to Evernight is called Stargazer.
There might be a slight spoiler-alert here. Even though I’m trying not to write it too obvious. You might not have a clue what it is about if you haven’t read the book. It’s your decision if you want to continue reading.
Before I started reading this book I only knew “the story is placed at a boarding school”. I like books that takes place at boarding schools and looked forward to reading this book. I have to say that I got a bit disappointed. I got a slight feeling that it was a little fantasy in it, but I didn’t know for sure until “BOM” there is was and suddenly there were a lot of proof that it was. Afterwards I’m not sure if I missed all the signs before the “BOM”, because I’m not a native English speaker, or if they just weren’t there. I thought that the language in the book were pretty easy so I didn’t feel like I were missing out on stuff.
There was one more thing that I didn’t like about this book. It’s how the main character Bianca is built. Even though you get a feeling that Bianca is kind of strong and am able to look out for herself, there’s a guy there who is going to protect her. The guy is always the worse. Oh, right – one more thing I didn’t like. I thought it was kind of hard to believe that Bianca could love him just like that. I find it hard to believe that you get all “I need to be with him”, “why isn’t he talking to me?” after meeting someone one time.
But there was something that made me like the book enough to make me want to read the next book. I want to know what is going to happen.