De Udødelige #5 Natstjerne

7. November 2018 Off By lana88





Title: Night Star

Series: The Immortals #5

Author: Alyson Noël

Published in English: 2010

Dansk titel: Natstjerne

Dansk Udgivelsesår: 2011

Sideantal: 334

Forlag: Alvilda

ISBN: 978-8771051278

Finished Reading: November 2018

Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Romance & Fantasy

Stars: 1






This is my personal review without spoilers of the actual plot.



Haven still blames Ever for the death of her boyfriend Roman, no matter how hard Ever’s tried to convince her it was an accident. Now she’s determined to take Ever down…and destroy Damen and Jude along the way. Her first step is to tear Ever and Damen apart—and she has just the ammunition to do it.

Hidden in one of Ever’s past lives is a terrible secret about Damen—a secret that illuminates new facts about her relationship with Jude, but that’s so dark and brutal it might be enough to drive her and Damen apart once and for all. As Ever faces her greatest fears about the guy she wants to spend eternity with, she’s thrust into a deadly clash with Haven that could destroy them all.

Now it’ll take everything she’s got—and bring out powers she never knew she had—to face down her most formidable enemy. But in order to win, she must first ask herself: is her own survival worth dooming Haven to an eternity of darkness in the Shadowland? And will learning the truth about Damen’s past hold the key to their future?



I felt like being in a huge déjà vu throughout the entire book! Seriously, it just feels like the author is trying to earn money rather than writing some quality work.

Not even the flashbacks seem important anymore. Hearing about Ever’s old lives seem like a rip off from Stephen Kings, Haven. No originality whatsoever. Nothing about this book is even worth mentioning. It was a battle to staying awake during the read and a struggle to finish it. I remember reading the first book, Evermore, and I fell in love with the authors way of writing, but it seem that even the writing has changed to be worse.

When it’s starting to get remotely exciting, a comment like “He was already feeling better” is thrown at us, without giving us more detail.

I’ve never been a fan of Ever’s “friend’s” at first, I thought that it was cool how different Miles and Haven were; Good/bad, and it’s really become clear that, that was the case!

I’ve reached the point where none of the character means anything to me. It feels like we’re being forced to like the book, I don’t know why I get that feeling but it sucks big time.