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by Kirsten Miller

eBook The Eternal Ones download ISBN: 1595143750
Author: Kirsten Miller
Publisher: Razorbill (July 5, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 432
ePub: 1356 kb
Fb2: 1524 kb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: docx lrf lit lrf
Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Science Fiction and Fantasy

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A: The Eternal Ones is a romance, but it’s every bit as strange as the Kiki Strike books. I doubt teen and adult Kiki fans would want standard fare

Ships from and sold by jason kurt. A: The Eternal Ones is a romance, but it’s every bit as strange as the Kiki Strike books. I doubt teen and adult Kiki fans would want standard fare. The Eternal Ones is a pretty twisted tale, and I think older Kiki readers will love it. Q: You live in Brooklyn.

Kirsten Miller is also the author of the critically acclaimed Kiki Strike book series. She lives in Brooklyn, New York, and she suspects she may have been either Amelia Earhart or Catherine the Great in a previous existence. Библиографические данные.

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Going up to the attic, Grandma. Haven paused halfway up the ladder and looked down at the old woman who was twisting her pearls into a garrote. Sunday, sniffing for signs of demons. she started to say. Imogene’s face wrinkled with disgust. Well, how is going up to the attic going to help with that?. Haven rolled her eyes and let loose a theatrical sigh. I’m creatively blocked.

The Eternal Ones tells the story of the first battle in a war between undying love and eternal evil. Kirsten Miller (born 1973) is an American novelist and the creator of the Kiki Strike book series. Her first book, "Kiki Strike: Inside the Shadow City", came out in 2006 and her latest book, "The Empress' Tomb", is set to come out in October 2007. The series chronicles the adventures of Kiki Strike, Ananka Fishbein and their friends in New York City.

Tekijät Kirsten Miller. Tietoja tästä kirjasta. I have been eagerly anticipating the release of The Eternal Ones and ever since I got it, I have been waiting for the moment where I could delve into this book uninterrupted Lue koko arvostelu. Osta kirjoja Google Playsta.

The Eternal Ones Miller, Kirsten Random House (USA) 9781595143754 : Haven Moore has always lived in the . 2011 Серия: Age: 12+ Язык: ENG Поставляется из: США Описание: Haven Moore has always lived in the town of Snope City, Tennessee

The Eternal Ones Miller, Kirsten Random House (USA) 9781595143754 : Haven Moore has always lived in the town of Snope City, Tennessee. But for as long as she can remember, Haven has experience. 2011 Серия: Age: 12+ Язык: ENG Поставляется из: США Описание: Haven Moore has always lived in the town of Snope City, Tennessee. But for as long as she can remember, Haven has experienced visions of a past life as a girl named Constance, whose love for a boy called Ethan ended in fiery tragedy. One day, the sight of notorious playboy Iain Morrow on television brings Haven to her knees.

Does anyone know if there will be a 3rd book in the Eternal Ones series by Kirsten Miller? . I've already read the sequel "All You Desire". amp; If there is a 3rd book when will it be out? Thanx if you wrote an answer.

Does anyone know if there will be a 3rd book in the Eternal Ones series by Kirsten Miller? I've already read the sequel "All You Desire".

Haven Moore has always lived in the town of Snope City, Tennessee. But for as long as she can remember, Haven has experienced visions of a past life as a girl named Constance, whose love for a boy called Ethan ended in fiery tragedy. One day, the sight of notorious playboy Iain Morrow on television brings Haven to her knees. Haven flees to New York City to find Iain and there, she is swept up in an epic love affair that feels both deeply fated and terribly dangerous. Is Iain her beloved Ethan? Or is he her murderer from a past life? Haven asks the members of the powerful and mysterious Ouroboros Society to help her unlock the mysteries of reincarnation and discover the secrets hidden in her past lives, and loves, before all is lost and the cycle begins again. But what is the Ouroboros Society? And how can Haven know whom to trust?
Comments: (7)
Pameala
Have you ever felt like you knew someone all your life even though you just met them? Do you believe in love at first sight? Do you know things you don't understand how you could know? Then maybe you are remembering a past life, the same way Haven Moore did all her life. In The Eternal Ones, by Kirsten Miller, you will be witness to generations of love, hate, and obsession.

Haven grew up in Snope City, Tennessee with her crazy, religious grandmother who is convinced Haven is possessed by a demon the same way Haven's father was before he died in a car crash with his mistress. Haven has always planned to escape Snope City as soon as possible with her best friend, Beau, but she is haunted by memories of a life she hasn't lived. When she faints in and has another vision, her grandmother refuses to let her go to college in the fall. After their house burns to the ground, everyone is convinced Haven was the culprit. No one wants to listen haven when she tells them she saw a strange man set her room on fire just before he lit her bedroom on fire. She knows she has to get to the bottom of the visions, and the only place to do that is New York City where the Ouroboros Society is- the same group that her father researched when he believed his daughter's talk of a former live and love was proof of reincarnation.

As soon as Haven gets to NYC, she realizes the Ouroboros Society (OS) is more than just a safe place for people who remember past lives- it is a complex, corrupt group that control people through debts and loans of more than just money. When she finds Ethan- now Iain Morrow- she knows she was meant to be with him. This life, last life, scores of lives before, they have belonged together. But the OS and the people involved in it want to come between Haven and Iain in any way possible, including convincing Haven that Iain murdered her in a previous life. Can she trust the man she loves unconditionally? Are these people really trying to protect her or exploit her? Who really did murder her in her most recent past life?

Reincarnation is a topic rarely discussed in YA stories. It was in Lauren Kate's Fallen series and a few others, but only as a side note to bigger themes. This is the first book I have read where it plays the signature role in the plot. I was a little worried it wouldn't be enough to sustain a full-length novel, but Miller has made enough twists and turns, such as the Ouroboros Society, where the story was full and interesting and captivating. My one complaint would be the main character, Haven. At first, I loved Haven, but she quickly became annoying once she went to New York. She seemed too gullible to me, especially considering the strong character she was at home. When she was battling her uber-religious grandmother, she was hilarious. But in NY she believed everything everyone told her. First she believed Iain loved her, then she believed he was a murderer because someone she had never met told her so. Then she loved him again, then someone told her he was a bad man and she was cleaning the toilet with his toothbrush. Forgive him, hate him, forgive him, hate him. I hated how gullible and back and forth she was. I wanted her to really love and trust him or be completely skeptical- not change her mind on an hourly basis.

Otherwise, this was a very interesting book. There was, clearly, a lot of history and the OS was an interesting twist. In fact, it was pretty cult-like. I imagine this would be a good book for a strong middle-school reader through high school readers. The love story started out as the premise for the entire book, but it was actually not as central to the story as they made it out to be. I think it might take a bigger role in the next book, so I am anxious to see where Miller goes with it!
Anarasida
I have read so many mixed reviews about this book that I didn't know what I was getting myself into. But somewhere on someone's blog there was a link to read the first few chapters of the book and I was hooked. I had read complaints that Haven was stupid for this and that and for believing this and that. She was seventeen. I was stupid at seventeen too. I believed it when a boy said he loved me and he didn't. I believed people that said they were my friends when they were just using me for a ride. We are naive at that age and given her sheltered life in Snope City Tennessee? Can you be any more sheltered?

I didn't fault Haven for any of the mistakes she made. I'd have made the same ones. When she didn't trust what she was being told by someone she thought she could trust it made perfect sense for her to do what she did. When she went to the Ouroboros Society, it made sense that she trust some and not others. That she was confused all the time. That she misinterpreted things. She didn't remember the past. Only when she had those past life dreams that left her in a dead faint. And they even misled her.

I think as a mystery/romance this was a great book. It had lots of twists and turns and kept me guessing right up to the very end. I had no idea who she could trust except for her friend Beau. I hated her Grandmother and hoped she'd drop dead of a heart attack or something but I guess she represents prejudice or something. Beau was a great friend and Leah was an interesting character as well. The romance between Haven and Ethan was just enough to make it believable but not over the top gushy. It's probably the fastest I've ever read a book. It was cut up into small simple chapters and the writing was simple and flowed easily into the next chapter.

I have discovered that YA books read quicker and simpler than adult books. I'm reading a mystery series and it takes me a lot longer to read those books than the YA books. And it isn't because I'm not interested. I'm very interested and am trying to find time all day to get back to my book, but the story is more complex, the characters more complex and the wording. I just never noticed until I started reading this series.

In any case, I loved The Eternal Ones and I'm glad I didn't listen to the bad reviews. I know we can't all like the same things. We all have different tastes. But it was an interesting idea and I was never confused about who was who. Just confused about who to trust, just like Haven was. I loved the suspense and finding out who the villain was. I can't wait for the next book.