Finally! The Eternity Cure has come out! There aren't any reviews by critics, but there are plenty from your peers! Everyone seems to have loved the book, and they all thought it was a great sequel to The Immortal Rules. Check out the reviews below and let us know what you thought of the book!
Really Enjoyed It
The plot itself is exciting and full of surprises, I was never sure exactly where it would go and I enjoyed finding out. Allison really develops as a character and you can see her growing and making difficult decisions that will shape who she is.
5 out of 5 stars
The Eternity Cure confirms what I already thought while reading The Immortal Rules: right now Blood of Eden is one of the most amazing vampire series out there, and the more I get to know this post-apocalyctic world, the more I get to love these awesome characters and their stories.
5 out of 5 stars
For a book that is a combination of two of the most over-saturated young adult genres - dystopian and vampire-centric urban fantasy - this is a story which feels completely original in its execution and is utterly captivating from its grisly opening to its jaw-dropping climax. If, like me, you weren't sure about The Immortal Rules and are maybe hesitant about starting this second installment: have no fear. This sequel is better in every way.
8 out of 10
We all know The Immortal Rules was fantastic; the world building was vivid and exciting, and the plot once it got under way was a perfectly delivered intense and epic dystopian fantasy. But... imagine a novel that had that intensity and that epicness. right. from. the. beginning. Presenting to you, ladies and gentleman, The Eternity Cure.
With its Tarantino-esque level of violence and gore, this novel is not for the faint of heart. But those who can stomach it will be counting the days to find out what happens next.
Thought It Was Okay
I must be honest with you all and admit that I was not very impressed The Eternity Cure. Now, that's not to say that I didn't enjoy it, nor that I wouldn't recommend it to others. What I do mean to day is that there was nothing really different about this book than the The Immortal Rules.
No one hated it.