Everlost by Neal Shusterman (The Skinjacker Trilogy)

Synopsis:
Two teens find themselves in a limbo world between life and death.

Review:
I first read about Everlost on It’s All About Books and was totally intrigued by Suey’s rave review.

Nick and Allie were victims of a fatal car accident, but instead of making it to the bright white light they were bumped into Everlost. They learn quickly that they have to keep moving or else they will sink through the ground all the way to the center of the earth. There are certain spots where they can walk, and some objects and buildings that have also passed through. And only kids live in Everlost–adults never get lost on the way. Mary Hightower seems to run the show, and everyone fears the McGill.

I really liked how Shusterman subverted expectations and gave us characters who don’t fit the neat little molds you so often find in genre YA. Allie in particular is a different kind of heroine and I was particularly taken by how Shusterman develops her character. I’ve got high hopes for the rest of the series.

7 thoughts on “Everlost by Neal Shusterman (The Skinjacker Trilogy)”

  1. This is a awkward book but I like this style. I ordered all the trilogy yesterday (everlost, everwild and everfound)and I’m waiting for it to come. This promises to be a good read.

  2. I really like this book. I haven’t read the 2nd or 3rd books of the trilogy yet. Hm.. maybe next time I go to the library? 🙂

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