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There are the small betrayals: the unkind word, the petty lies. And there are the betrayals that break hearts, destroy worlds, and turn the strong sweet light of day into bitter dust.When Evie Johnson started at Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies, her life changed in ways she couldn't possibly have envisioned: the discovery of her link with Lady Agnes, her special bond with Helen and Sarah, and their sisterhood in the astonishing secrets of the Mystic Way. Above all, Evie's love for Sebastian has turned her world upside down.Now Evie returns to Wyldcliffe for another term and more danger. Surrounded by enemies, she lives every day in fear that Sebastian will fall into the darkness of servitude to the Unconquered Lords. The Wyldcliffe coven is plotting to destroy Evie and use Sebastian to secure their own immortality. Evie and her sisters must master the power of the Talisman before it is too late. But could it be Sebastian himself who...
Publisher: New York: HarperCollins, 2010-08-01.
ISBN: 9780062005649
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Nov 22, 2013

I found the finale of this book to be worth while despite the book's "emo" tendencies. The characters could have survived a few more devastating setbacks on the way, and the two friends seemed somewhat flat, but I did really empathize the main character. And I loved how Shields chose to end the book.

bollywoodrocks_26 Dec 20, 2012


Question : is the second book?
because I loved the first and want the second!

Aug 05, 2012

The ending is really sad, I liked how it was different from many other books, but still. I think the book would have been better if Sebastian had been evil for a longer period of time. I also liked how each chapter transitioned from Agnes diary to Evie's life with the same sort of topics or word choices.

Nov 17, 2011

not as good as the first book but never the less, it's amazing. the ending is kind of depressing though.

Oct 10, 2011

I thought this was a much better book than the first. I far preferred the two perspectives given through Evie's narration and Sebastian's papers than the Evie narration/journal combination in the first book. The female protagonist is a strong character, and she functions on her own without a guy always protecting her, which is a nice difference from some noteable paranormal romances out there. The paranormal take is unusual, and although you can guess the ending from the very beginning, it still ends well.

Mar 22, 2011

Just finished reading Betrayal. I loved reading about the girls and how their friendship grew through the powers of the Mystic Way and made them stronger. Evie was a bit obsessive about helping Sebastian. At times i wanted to shake her and tell her to forget him that he was truely using her, but as you read you will find out the truth. I loved the ending, so many surprises, and twists. I actually thought this was the end of the series. Gillian Shields could have ended it here it really was a good ending. But i just found out that Eternal # 3 in the series is coming out August 1, 2011. So yet another adventure to look forward to from the girls and maybe even some more on Evie and Josh. I really like Josh. Just go for it Evie!!!

Jan 10, 2011

An amazing book!!!!! The ending is fantastic u will never believe the ending. I wonder if she will continue the series because it would be nice to read more about Evie and her friends with more adventures. :)

Oct 13, 2010

this book is about a new girl come to a broading school where is scary things and secrets and power behind. this is the second book of "immorta". it got excited when it comes to then end. and that girls live with sabastian is also unique.


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