Enshadowed

Enshadowed

A Nevermore Book

Book - 2012
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Isobel, haunted by the memory of Varen, goes to Baltimore where she confronts the dark figure known as the Poe Toaster, succeeds in interrupting his ritual, and discovers a way to return to the dreamworld, where she must face a new adversary.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Simon & Schuster Children's Pub., c2012.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9781442402041
1442402040
Characteristics: 429 p.

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ahoffmeyer
Jul 07, 2013

This book takes too long to get to the good parts (I literally had to make myself read most of this book), and then the intense stuff happens, and we are right back at square one, the same place Isobel started at the beginning of the book... So wasn't worth the wait to get it.

bwortman Mar 28, 2013

The second in the Nevermore trilogy, this book suffers a bit from sequel syndrome. The plot feels a bit stretched out, particularly as very little happens that is a major plot twist. The novel is also much lighter on the Poe references and elements which made the novel less ominous, although regular appearances from Pinfeathers did make things a bit better. However, the most difficult element of the novel is that Varen is so absent. His Goth darkness really helped balance out Isobel's cheerleader lightness in the last novel and, while Isobel has grown in this book and her friend, Gwen, does bring the sarcasm, the book suffers from his absence. That said, I think the book is enjoyable for what it is. But if you're desperate for more of Isobel and Varen, I'd suggest holding off on reading this book until the final book in the trilogy comes out and then reading them together, because many of the same plot threads that were unresolved at the end of Nevermore remain so at the end of Enshadowed.

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vswan
Dec 22, 2012

Loved it ! I forgot how beautiful Kelly Creagh's writing is. This was darker than Nevermore and of course more FRUSTERATING because of well... don't want to give it away : ). Here's hoping the 2013 release date for the 3rd installement sticks !!

AvaPoison Dec 11, 2012

I loved the first one so much! im actually tryin to finish it!! cant wait to read this one!!!!!!!

SamanthaPixie Sep 22, 2012

I just finnished this book and it was NOT worth the wait! i was so disapointed. 3/4ths of the book is Isobel preparing to go to the Poe Toaster. The ending leaves you in the same place as where you started. The book was extremley drawn out, confussing, and boring, but i absolutley loved the first one.

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debasam
Mar 28, 2012

i loved nevermore and can't wait for
Enshadowed

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naruto10
Mar 18, 2012

OMG ITS TAKING SO LONG

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Jul 07, 2013

ahoffmeyer thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 12

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