The Immortals: Shadowland, Paperback
4 out of 5 (2 ratings)


Ever and Damen have travelled through countless past lives -- and fought off the world's darkest enemies -- in search of each other.

But just when their destiny seems finally within reach, a powerful curse falls upon them.

A single touch of their hands, a soft brush of their lips will mean death for Damen -- cast into the darkness of the Shadowland.

But as she seeks to break the curse, Ever meets Jude -- a green-eyed, golden surfer boy who understands magick, and understands Ever better than she realises. And she begins to ask a terrifying question: even if you're immortal, can true love really last forever?


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Fantasy
  • ISBN: 9780330520515



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Like all of the other Immortal series books, this was fantastic. And, also like all the other books, Ever continues to make the wrong decisions and do things at the wrong times. It immensly bothers you, but if you think about it, she's only writing it that way so she keeps your interest(which she has very well done, considering I'm about to murder the person who has Dark Flame checked out). As Ever struggles to find a cure for Damen, juggles with Roman's constant riddles, the choice between Damen(oh yeah!) and Jude(dread locks, really?), along with a few newly-immortals, you begin to wonder how dangerous your addiction to the series is.....Team Damen! ;)

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Picking up the unfinished story-lines from Blue Moon, Shadowland continues the tales of Ever Bloom, her immortal boyfriend Damen, and their friends and enemies. The characters aren't bad, but they do feel two-dimensional at times and Ever in particular fails to display maturity or good judgement several times. Shadowland ends with many questions left unanswered, leaving room for a sequel, although Ever's bad judgement and Damen's forgiveness feel like recurring plot-lines that seem bound to occur again.