Everlast

Everlast

Andria Buchanan / May 26, 2020

Everlast Allie Munroe has only ever wanted to belong maybe even be well liked But even though she s nice and smart and has a couple of friends she s still pretty much the invisible girl at school So when the

  • Title: Everlast
  • Author: Andria Buchanan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • Allie Munroe has only ever wanted to belong, maybe even be well liked But even though she s nice and smart and has a couple of friends, she s still pretty much the invisible girl at school So when the chance to work with her friends and some of the popular kids on an English project comes up, Allie jumps at the chance to be noticed And her plan would have worked out jusAllie Munroe has only ever wanted to belong, maybe even be well liked But even though she s nice and smart and has a couple of friends, she s still pretty much the invisible girl at school So when the chance to work with her friends and some of the popular kids on an English project comes up, Allie jumps at the chance to be noticed And her plan would have worked out just fine if they hadn t been sucked into a magical realm through a dusty old book of fairy tales in the middle of the library Now, Allie and her classmates are stuck in Nerissette, a world where karma rules and your social status is determined by what you deserve Which makes a misfit like Allie the Crown Princess, and her archrival the scullery maid And the only way out is for Allie to rally and lead the people of Nerissette against the evil forces that threaten their very existence.

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      • Andria Buchanan

        Trapped for years around adults who thought they knew everything, Andria Buchanan started writing to keep herself sane and out of jail Now, instead of fighting traffic and dealing with staff meetings Andria prefers to spend her days hanging out by the pool in a pair of yoga pants and a t shirt, typing away at stories about young women who are completely capable of kicking butt, saving themselves, and rescuing a cute prince in need of kissing all without chipping their nail polish and still getting their math homework done When she s not working she s either on Twitter AndriaBuchanan or chasing down one of her two dogs aka The Not So Wonder Twins who believe it s their life s mission to eat all her left socks.


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    1. For the full review, head to so long and thanks for all the fish First, and most importantly, ignore the first paragraph of the synopsis. Allie is not like that at all! Ordinarily a blurb like that would be enough to turn me away from a book, but it was the second paragraph that really drew me in. And I'm so glad I gave this book a chance! (And also that the publisher granted my request of course!)The world building is awesome! It's clear the author has a very detailed plan of how the world is s [...]


    2. I received this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Allie and four others were dragged through a book into a land where she was declared queen and told they were destined to save said land.For the first half of the book I kept thinking with a few modifications it would have made a better children's or preteen story. Around the halfway mark things began to get more graphic and I decided the children's book idea had flown away.There were enough stereotypes to be off putting. Am [...]


    3. One of the most entertaining books I’ve read in a while. I really did find that the characters are very likeable here. Our heroine, Allie or Alicia immediately is likeable and so are her classmates as well. This is rather one of those books where every character is going through something or getting some major powers when they go to Nerissette.Nerissette is really rather different than anything our characters have seen. They have mostly only read about places like this or had dreams of this pl [...]


    4. I received an ARC through NetGalley.Magic makes me happy and the magicalness of Everlast did not disappoint. Therefore, Everlast makes me happy. The story took off right away, thrusting us into the magical realm of Nerissette along with Allie and her friends (and not-so friends). Turns out that what Allie had thought were just fairy tales her mom use to tell her are true stories from another life. She's the lost princess and rightful heir to the thrown of Nerissette, a kingdom in desperate need [...]


    5. I think I should start off by saying that I just about loved this book. It starts off with Allie and her friends headed off to the library to meet up with the school's it couple to work on a class project. They can't agree on which book to base it on and then they open one that is a portal between worlds and they are taken to Narissettee: A world of dragons, mermaids, goblins, giants and wizards. Then it turns out that Allie, the protagonist, is their long lost princess.There were a lot of thing [...]


    6. A clean fantasy light for the middle school bunch.When Allie Munroe sets off for the library to work on a project with her friends and a pair of popular kids she has no idea what a bad day she's in for. When the quintet get sucked into a magic book and deposited into the world of Nerissette their lives are forever changed. Allie finds out she's the princess of Nerissette and each of her companions' fate is changed. Told that Fate—a god of the magical realm—chose this new life for them the on [...]


    7. Everlast throws the reader right into the story. When Allie meets her friends (and frenemy) at the library to work on a project, they suddenly find themselves transported through a book into an alternate world full of magic. Allie finds herself being hailed as princess and future queen of this strange world while her friends are each given supporting roles and some unique magical powers thanks to Esmeralda, the talking cat and The Fate Master, the wizard who had, up until now, been ruling Neriss [...]


    8. 3.5 stars Everlast is the story of Allie, who was raised from childhood on the stories of Nerisette believing them to be fairy tales. One day, however, she and her friends are pulled in through a book in the library into the World of Dreams, where Fate rules supreme and Allie is the Crown Princess, and the people have been waiting for her return. In her absence, the Fate Maker has been ruling over Nerisette but under his regime, the wizards have taken over and are exploiting people. Now, it is u [...]


    9. From the moment I read the description of this book I was excited to read it. I am a huge lover of the fairytales and this version where a girl finds herself trapped in another world where she is princess and the girl who tormented her is her maid was too good to pass up. I have to say, it didn’t quite turn out the way I expected. It was a quite journey for all the characters both literally and figuratively.Ms. Buchanan did a stupendous showing us this new world. The descriptions and character [...]


    10. Life was not exactly a fairy tale for Allie,but in fairy tales she did believe.Raised with stories every girl loves,tales her mother shared, so full and rich with love.But fairy tales of a secret land they turned out to be.As she and her friends are sucked onto the scene,which is the fantasy of every girls dream discover that she is their lost queen.A queen foretold to end their suffering.To end their darkness and stop the fates reign.But war must be raged,creature against creature;man against m [...]


    11. Everlast is the first book in The Chronicles Of Nerissette series by Andria Buchanan.Allie, Mercedes, Winston, Heidi and Jesse are studying for an english project at the local library when all five of them are sucked into a book by a talking cat, ending up in the land of Nerissette, and that's not as strange as it gets, Allie realises that the world that they're in is exactly the same as a book of fairytales that her Mum used to read to her when she was younger.Oh and she's also the foretold Que [...]


    12. I tend to enjoy the books which come out of Entangled Press, but this was the first one I've read from their Teen series. I wasn't quite sure what to expect. Lovely. That one word wraps up EVERLAST pretty well.The story centers around a modern day girl, Allie, who's swept away into a fantasy world of dragons, swords, magic and fairytale creatures of all sorts and types. Her 'nerdy' days are over as she immediately discovers she's the princess, the only rightful ruler by birth. Of course, the evi [...]


    13. This is a adorable and very entertaining book. Allie has no confidence in herself in terms of beauty and spunk. She believes her friend Win only sees her as one of the guys and that she is just meant to be a geek. That is until a strange occurrence happens in the library. A book of fairytales she remembers from childhood sucks her and 4 others into the book. In this alternate world known as Nerissette, Allie is a princess about to become a queen. Her best friend mercedes becomes a wood sprite an [...]


    14. I read somewhere that this was a Middle Grade level book and who knew middle Grade books were so intense?! Not me, that’s for definite.Honestly, I’ll be the first one to admit that until fairly recently, I thought that Middle Grade books dealt with less intense subjects, something that would be a little easier to read than, say YA or New Adult.And it’s true, to an extent. Just because the subject matter of Middle Grade books isn’t as intense as some books that doesn’t mean that their i [...]


    15. Everlast (The Chronicles of Nerissette) is the first book in Andria Buchanan's series about a young girl who soon finds herself (along with her classmates), with the magic of a dusty old book, transported to the magical realm of Narissette where karma rules and your social status is determined by what you deserve. Allie Munroe has only ever wanted to belong. Nice and smart, but still invisible she jumps at the chance to be in a group project with her friends and the popular kids. Unbeknownst to [...]


    16. For me, my review of Everlast is going to be very difficult to write. It wasn't really for me but there were a few things that I did like. Pros:- There were some quirky lines .- The idea was pretty good, I mean, you are ranked as you deserve!- The protagonist, Allie, was likeable and I enjoyed reading about her.- Even though Allie was queen, the power didn't go straight to her head. - Didn't expect the ending.Cons:- I really couldn't get into the story.- I got a little bit confused.- I wanted to [...]


    17. Allie was a fairly normal teenager until one day, she and some friends "Opened the bookfell through the hole in reality, woke up here." Here would be Nerissette, a place that Allie had only read about as a fairy tale. Now, she and her friends are trapped there and she is to become their queen. With dragons and dryads, evil trolls and giants and the most evil of all, the magicians, Nerissette needs a queen to save them all. Apparantly, that would be Allie. Fantastic adventure and a lovely fairy t [...]


    18. "All Allie wanted to do was get her group project done and figure out a way to get out of the friend zone with her best friend, Winston. That all changes when she opens an old fairy tale book and her and her group are sucked into that world. Now, they are in Nerissette, and a cat is telling Allie she is the queen. Allie has to try to figure out how to rule a country amidst evil plots and work out how to get her and her friends back home." Full review at Fresh Fiction: freshfiction/reviewp?id


    19. OH WOW, OH WOW!!!I so loved reading every word in this sweet, mysterious, magical world of a ride through a Fairy Tale Book and of all things, your in the library! Author Andria Buchanan has put some new spins, well at least to me on my way of looking at our telling of fairy tales. Her way of writing pulls you in, literally into:To read more of my review: Breath of Life


    20. I was really excited about the concept of this story when I read the back of the book. However, the book isn't like what the back says, and for the first sixty pages, I was utterly and totally confused. I did like the main character, but the rest of the book really wasn't my cup of tea. I think that if an editor had gone through this twice more, it would have been a much better book, but I just didn't enjoy my time reading it.


    21. I thought the book was okay. It wasn't riveting where I couldn't wait to see what the next page brought. The whole book was very rushed and didn't really take the time to describe the world of dreams and the people living there. We only got a glimpse of the harvest and that's it. The war came very sudden too. The book was a good read but didn't leave an impression on me. The concept was very unique but could've expanded the book a bit more to give it more of a back drop.


    22. I just couldn't get into this one. I couldn't connect with the characters or the story. I tried several times, made it to about 40% and finally wound up giving up entirely. I won't be reviewing as I don't think it's fair to rate a book I couldn't finish.


    23. I didn't even get passed the first 30 pages before I returned it. The book I bought instead was SOO much better anyway.


    24. Juvenile writing style and underdeveloped characters. The plot moves too quickly (probably the reason why the characters have not been fully developed.)



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