Monday, June 6, 2011
Author: Angie Frazier
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Publication Date: June 1, 2011
Summary: Romance and adventure are just around the corner . . .
After the thrilling journey that led Camille through the dangerous discovery of love, secrets, and a magical stone that grants immortality, Camille has everything she wants. She's escaped the men who wanted her dead, and now she is ready to build a new life with Oscar, her one true love. But things are not to be so simple. Oscar is acting strangely, and before they can even board a ship from Australia back home, to San Francisco, Camille learns that the journey is not over. If she does not follow the magic of the curse of Umandu, her life and Ocar's could be in grave danger.
Review: Um, WOW! That's basically all I can think after reading this book. That and a feeling of being heartbroken. I can't tell you why though.
Angie Frazier has done it again. She's written a book that I think might be the best ever. I loved being on this journey with our beautiful cast of characters. Frazier is seriously like my favorite author. I've read 2 of her previous books, and I've absolutely loved all of them. The Eternal Sea was no different.
Camille was just as amazing as ever. She was so human to me and I could easily relate to her. I felt her inner turmoils and was there right along side her the entire time. It was just plain great. Oscar, oh that boy just oozes wonderfulness. He and Camille, wow just wow! I don't want to spoil anything though so I won't say anymore. Or maybe I should say Camille and Randall? I do like Randall but Oscar is just my favorite. Yes, there is a love triangle. But it isn't annoying, it's actually quite amazing.
Ira!! He is SO funny. Other than the boys and Camille he is just plain awesome. SO funny! I don't know how many times I can say this but he is. And he likes making up nicknames for people too!!
And the plot the was riveting. I could not stop reading, it was just so good. There were so many twists and turns and new things happening. But it was easy to follow!
And the fantasy and historical aspects of The Eternal Sea were so well written, and just down right unique. I loved it. It makes it even more memorable.
I loved everything about The Eternal Sea, it was probably even better than Everlasting. I can't wait for the next book!