The Forever Song

The Forever Song

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'Katniss Everdeen better watch out' - Huffington Post


Allison Sekemoto once struggled with the ultimate question: is she a human or monster?

With the death of her love she has her answer.


Embracing her inner darkness, Allie is now determined to hunt and kill Sarren, the psychopath who murdered Zeke.

But the trail is bloody and long, and Sarren is leading Allie's dangerous fight to the one place she must protect at any cost - Eden, the last safe-zone on earth.

Forced into a battle that it may be impossible to win, Allie is about to face her darkest days.

And if she succeeds, she could face surviving forever alone.

The thrilling final instalment in The Blood of Eden trilogy
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Product details

  • Paperback | 416 pages
  • 126 x 198 x 26mm | 280g
  • Mira Ink
  • Richmond, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1848452896
  • 9781848452893
  • 35,159

About Julie Kagawa

Born in Sacramento, CA, Julie Kagawa moved to Hawaii at the age of nine. There she learned many things; how to bodyboard, that teachers scream when you put centipedes in their desks, and that writing stories in math class is a great way to kill time. Her teachers were glad to see her graduate.

Julie now lives is Louisville, KY with her husband and furkids. She is the international and NYT bestselling author of The Iron Fey series. Visit her at
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Allison Sekemoto has been though a lot in the past year. From being a Fringer, always hungry and scared of being caught, to being Turned, because her only options were Vampireism or death. Allie has also lost the boy who saw her as more than just a monster but as someone worthy of love. With an evil and psychotic Sarren on the loose, Allie along with blood brother Jackal and Master Vampire Kanin have to stop him before he releases a virus which ends the world as we know it. The Forever Song is the final book in the Blood of Eden series and one Iâ??ve been waiting on for a while. Iâ??ve come to really enjoy Ms. Kagawaâ??s characters and had high expectations for just how this series was going to come to an end. After the events in The Eternity Cure, Allie has had enough. Trying to be a vampire Kaninâ??s way just isnâ??t working and her heart just canâ??t take being broken any further. Embracing the cold vampire monster inside seems to be working out well for Jackal and it would certainly save Allie from having to feel how she does at the moment. I like how much Allie has grown since the start of the series. Sheâ??s always been street-smart but sheâ??s not invincible despite her vampireism. She is strong yet fragile, caring yet maintains the ability to be clinically detached when she has to. She does at times let her heart reign over her brain but that ability to not be ruled by logic is what sets Allie apart from other vampires. That said, there were times when I felt she was a little to angsty and I never believed Allie would let her personal problems over shadow the big picture. Allie, Jackal and Kanin make an odd little group but they work well together. Kanin the father who has grown weary after having to listen to his children squabble with the other two needing someone to argue with either for entertainment purposes or so they donâ??t dwell on just how much of a suicide mission they are on. They definitely put the â??funâ?? in â??dysfunctionalâ?? but they are a family, not from birth but their blood connects them. The three being together on their mission and their interactions were a highlight of this book. There are a lot of surprises and some not-so surprising revelations in this book. Iâ??m very glad I read it. The dark and creepy atmosphere was spot on and is one of the things which is consistently amazing throughout the series. I felt like the ending was a little too neat and somewhat unrealistic considering everything that had led up to that point. Jackal remains one of my favourite characters and it was nice to see his development over the three books. If youâ??re a fan of the Blood of Eden series, I strong recommend this book. Itâ??s nice to spend more time with characters and be drawn into the dark and mysterious world Julie Kagawa has created. This series is one of my favourite vampire ones in the Young Adult realm with the monsters being truly horrifying and the romance being heartfelt. This series is the first Iâ??ve read by Kagawa and I enjoy her writing style. Iâ??ll definitely be reading more by her in the more
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