Release Week Book Review: ‘The Eternity Cure’ by Julie Kagawa


Book Cover The Eternity Cure by Julie KagawaRating: 3.5

A continuation of The Immortal RulesThe Eternity Cure starts off with Allie leaving Eden and, worst of all, Zeke, behind. She knows that it isn’t possible for a vampire and a human to have a real relationship; plus, there are no vampires allowed in Eden. Then Allie starts feeling the pull of her maker. Something is terribly wrong, especially when she starts to feel a slight pull in another direction. Especially when it’s not Kanin that she is being pulled to, but the vampire that she hates more than anything.

Then it gets worse: Sarren is torturing Kanin, and the pull to him takes her back to New Covington – a place she never wanted to return to. And when Zeke shows up, the person she thought was safely in another city, and sees her with the vampire who killed his father…will Zeke ever trust her again? And what about the new strain of Red Lung that is not only taking vampires, but humans as well?

Another solid story with an ending that will make you want to shove your way through a throng of rabids to shake the ending out of Ms. Kagawa.

The Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa was published April 30, 2013 by Harlequin TEEN. A free copy of this book was given to Ink and Page in return for an honest review. Big thanks to NetGalley/the Publisher/the Author.

Genre: Young Adult Science Fiction Paranormal Fantasy Dystopian Romance Series
Ages: 12 and up
You Might Want to Know: Some profanity

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