Into the Hourglass (The Evermore Chronicles, #2)
In the second book in The Evermore Chronicles by Emily R. King, Everley Donovan plunges into the roiling waves of a strange new world to hunt a wicked prince who cheated time.Everley Donovan’s mission: retrieve the hallowed sword of Avelyn stolen by the wicked Prince Killian, who slayed her family and left her for dead. Should she fail, the seven worlds will come to an end, as could time itself. And no one treasures time more than Everley, whose lifesaving clock heart cannot beat forever. She has set sail with a rogue crew for the otherworlds, where the key to dethroning the prince lies deep within the Land Under the Wave.But passage through these unknown seas—where horrors lurk and pirates rove—proves a treacherous gamble. The Land Under the Wave was not made for humans, particularly one with a fragile clock heart. Here, Everley’s tragic past resurfaces unsolved questions. Here, too, the prince has hidden secrets more precious than pearls, secrets that could fracture the future forevermore. Everley must take back her sword and break free from this watery world before her time runs out…or so will everyone else’s.

Into the Hourglass (The Evermore Chronicles, #2) Details

TitleInto the Hourglass (The Evermore Chronicles, #2)
Author
ReleaseAug 20th, 2019
PublisherSkyscape
ISBN-139781542092258
Rating
GenreFantasy, Young Adult, Romance

Into the Hourglass (The Evermore Chronicles, #2) Review

  • Marta Cox
    January 1, 1970
    This is the sequel to Before the Broken Star and sees Everley chasing the sword that was stolen by Prince Killian. Everley is determined to fulfil her promise to Father Time but to do so means she needs to convince those around her that it’s possible to travel to a world under the seas. As with the previous story it seems that Killian is always one step in front and poor Everley and her friends do seem to be forever playing catch up. I very much enjoyed that we were introduced to new characters This is the sequel to Before the Broken Star and sees Everley chasing the sword that was stolen by Prince Killian. Everley is determined to fulfil her promise to Father Time but to do so means she needs to convince those around her that it’s possible to travel to a world under the seas. As with the previous story it seems that Killian is always one step in front and poor Everley and her friends do seem to be forever playing catch up. I very much enjoyed that we were introduced to new characters particularly Osric and foresee that at some point this journey will see Everley learning a lot more about the world of the Elves . As Everley travels we meet Giants and even Mermaids but it’s the inclusion of those we’ve previously got to know Cat and the Fox that gave this warmth and feeling. Plus a certain Pixie and her attitude just kept me smiling. Alas I cannot divulge what happens but I can say there’s a shocking revelation involving Everleys family and if you thought Killian had a simple plan then you clearly underestimate both him and indeed this author. My only real issue with this book is that Father Time seems to leave Everley to struggle alone. Although I hasten to add I did truly enjoy this and look forward to traveling again with Everley as her battles with Killian are far from over. This is a vibrant, fascinating world that takes the reader on a journey with characters to cheer for and what more could I want ?This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair
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  • Amy
    January 1, 1970
    My blog: A Magical World of Words Source: Netgalley. I voluntarily read & reviewed this copy. All thoughts are my own.I love King’s writing. I enjoyed it in the first book of this series, and I still do. The only disappointing factor is the dialogue: it’s on-the-nose and dry, pointing out what the story needs to propel it forward, but not delivering entertainment, subtext, or character. I think it’s a pity.Otherwise, though, King’s prose is lyrical, her descriptions are rich, and the whole b My blog: A Magical World of Words Source: Netgalley. I voluntarily read & reviewed this copy. All thoughts are my own.I love King’s writing. I enjoyed it in the first book of this series, and I still do. The only disappointing factor is the dialogue: it’s on-the-nose and dry, pointing out what the story needs to propel it forward, but not delivering entertainment, subtext, or character. I think it’s a pity.Otherwise, though, King’s prose is lyrical, her descriptions are rich, and the whole book sparkles with a tangible atmosphere. The world building is good, to an extent. Many details are vague. It’s very complicated, magic is everywhere and anywhere, and bizarre things “just happen”. It’s the way of the world, I suppose - magic is a given - but from what I could see there aren’t many specific parameters. Or if they are, they’re skimped over. In a nutshell: you have to suspend disbelief if you want to be swept away. And don’t ask too many questions.Two things I loved about this second book is A) the increased action, and B) the complexities of the plot. There are more exciting, action-packed scenes, and the plot has intricate, clever details which pop out in all the right places. This makes the story entertaining and intriguing.I explained my opinions on the characters in my review of Before The Broken Star, and I won’t repeat them here because I haven’t changed my mind. Basically, the characters are underwhelming. They could be stronger.
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  • Laura Young
    January 1, 1970
    ⏳⚓ BOOK REVIEW ⚓⏳Firstly.... how awesome is this cover? Absolutely beautiful!••••••••••••••••••••This is book two in the Evermore Chronicles series by Emily R King. I immediately loved book one and book two was every bit as engaging.King has a real talent for description, her characters are so well thought out and portrayed that they are as vivid as any photograph. Landscapes are bright and dark in equal measure. Moreover the story itself is so unique it is like nothing I have read before, which ⏳⚓️ BOOK REVIEW ⚓️⏳Firstly.... how awesome is this cover? Absolutely beautiful!••••••••••••••••••••This is book two in the Evermore Chronicles series by Emily R King. I immediately loved book one and book two was every bit as engaging.King has a real talent for description, her characters are so well thought out and portrayed that they are as vivid as any photograph. Landscapes are bright and dark in equal measure. Moreover the story itself is so unique it is like nothing I have read before, which for this genre is hard to come by. I don’t do spoilers so there will be no plot giveaways here. However, I will say that there are some moments of love, sadness, terror, hilarity, adventure and even a little gore thrown in for good measure. It’s not overly long, which I like, chapters are relatively short and nothing is dragged out unnecessarily. It’s a complex tale made easy to follow by the absolute penmanship of ERK. Read them! If you love fantasy, you will love these.....or I shall eat my hat! 🎩 ••••••••••••••••••••Thank you to Netgalley and Skyscape Publishing for allowing me early access to this wonderful book.
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  • Samantha Hastings
    January 1, 1970
    I received an eARC in exchange for a honest review.Another amazing adventure in the Evermore Chronicles that will keep you guessing until the last page!What I loved 🖤⚓🐳:1. The prologue explains that the sword is really a broken star and Everley thinks she is a broken girl because of her clock heart. Everley’s character development is truly beautiful as she realizes that just because bad things have happened to her—she’s not broken. Her potential is still endless. 2. The fantasy world expands to I received an eARC in exchange for a honest review.Another amazing adventure in the Evermore Chronicles that will keep you guessing until the last page!What I loved 🖤⚓️🐳:1. The prologue explains that the sword is really a broken star and Everley thinks she is a broken girl because of her clock heart. Everley’s character development is truly beautiful as she realizes that just because bad things have happened to her—she’s not broken. Her potential is still endless. 2. The fantasy world expands to seven worlds and the reader learns Killian Markham’s true ancestry and villainy. The reader also learns more about Father Time and the different races. 3. Jamison continues to be everything honorable and good. Their romance blooms like a daisy. 4. Laverick and Claret get more page time and they’re both delightful. 5. I loved the theme that time is love and love is time. I’m SO ready to sail into the final book, Everafter Song!
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  • Becca Mee
    January 1, 1970
    With every page, this series gets more and more thrilling. Emily King sure knows how to twist your hearts with heart-pounding action and mind-blowing plot twists. I think my favorite part of Hourglass was the clear character development of the MC, Everley Donovan, as well as the relationship between her and Jamison evolves. Throughout her mission to retrieve the sword of Avenel and to stop her nemesis, Prince Killian Markham, Everley learns that the heart is much more than just an organ, and tha With every page, this series gets more and more thrilling. Emily King sure knows how to twist your hearts with heart-pounding action and mind-blowing plot twists. I think my favorite part of Hourglass was the clear character development of the MC, Everley Donovan, as well as the relationship between her and Jamison evolves. Throughout her mission to retrieve the sword of Avenel and to stop her nemesis, Prince Killian Markham, Everley learns that the heart is much more than just an organ, and that just because a machine works in place of a physical heart doesn't mean she's incapable of love after all.. I also love the hero-villain dynamic between Markham and Everley. It kept me interested and on my towns. Now I can't wait for Everafter song!
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  • Imogene
    January 1, 1970
    Review to come closer to release date.Thank you Netgalley <3
  • Taylor (Frayed Books)
    January 1, 1970
    Actual 4.5/5 stars.
  • Monica Khan
    January 1, 1970
    booksovereverything.com/2019/07/01/in...**Disclaimer: I was given an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. Please also note, there are spoilers below for the first book in this series, Before the Broken Star.**Title Into the HourglassAuthor Emily R. KingDescription from AmazonEverley Donovan’s mission: retrieve the hallowed sword of Avelyn stolen by the wicked Prince Killian, who slayed her family and left her for dead. Should she fail, the seven worlds will come to an end, as c booksovereverything.com/2019/07/01/in...**Disclaimer: I was given an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review from NetGalley. Please also note, there are spoilers below for the first book in this series, Before the Broken Star.**Title Into the HourglassAuthor Emily R. KingDescription from AmazonEverley Donovan’s mission: retrieve the hallowed sword of Avelyn stolen by the wicked Prince Killian, who slayed her family and left her for dead. Should she fail, the seven worlds will come to an end, as could time itself. And no one treasures time more than Everley, whose lifesaving clock heart cannot beat forever. She has set sail with a rogue crew for the otherworlds, where the key to dethroning the prince lies deep within the Land Under the Wave.But passage through these unknown seas—where horrors lurk and pirates rove—proves a treacherous gamble. The Land Under the Wave was not made for humans, particularly one with a fragile clock heart. Here, Everley’s tragic past resurfaces unsolved questions. Here, too, the prince has hidden secrets more precious than pearls, secrets that could fracture the future forevermore. Everley must take back her sword and break free from this watery world before her time runs out…or so will everyone else’s.Initial ThoughtsWhile I fully admit that the first book in this series was a Bookstagram influenced purchase, I adored it and couldn’t wait to read the second book. I loved Everley’s character and her inner struggle to determine if the revenge she’s wanted for so long is worth the cost. While she might not be traditionally “morally grey”, I really enjoyed her storyline in the first book as she begins to learn that she does not need a beating heart to love.Cover ArtI have this book preordered already. But I couldn’t wait to read it. I jumped at the chance to read it on NetGalley. I LOVE this cover too. I can’t wait to see the book without the jacket (because I’m sure it will be just as beautiful as the first). This cover has major shelf appeal and this is a series that I am very proud to have in my library.Series ValueThe first book had me totally sold on this series. After having read, Into the Hourglass, there is no doubt in my mind that this is an amazing series. So much potential and so many twists and turns. I love that this series is so captivating and so full of surprises.I have read a lot of books. Like, a lot. But this series keeps me on my toes. Major props to Emily R. King for keeping me guessing. I love it.Some Things I LovedThe addition of new characters. I was very pleased to meet Osric and learn his back story as well as narrowing down the characters from the first book. I really like the Fox and the Cat and I was glad to see that they were included in this story. Quinn was missed, but her absence opened the door for some very welcome background that came from new characters.The scene with the sea hag and the princess of the merrows. I loved that scene. It gave me all kinds of polyjuice potion feels from the Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. I knew it wasn’t going to go perfectly and I couldn’t wait to see how it played out. That was definitely one of my favorite scenes.Everley and Jamison’s countryside reunion. I’m so glad she finally admitted her feelings for him.I also really love that the endings of both Before the Broken Star and Into the Hourglass are somewhat final. They both capture the end of a section of story and feel conclusive. While there are unanswered questions, I didn’t feel like there were any major cliffhangers (something I appreciate). I like that each book both wraps up neatly and transitions to the next part of the story.One Thing I Wasn’t Crazy AboutI hated that Everley walked right into Killian’s trap. Again. I was so disappointed in her during that moment. It’s not a plot flaw so much as it’s my disappointment in the hero of this story making, what I think of as, a stupid mistake. [Insert the shame bell from Game of Thrones]Final ThoughtsI loved this book. Looking back, I actually love Before the Broken Star even more now because of it. Into the Hourglass made an already strong story, even better. Emily R. King has built a truly captivating and fascinating world with characters that I am heavily invested in. I cannot wait to continue to read this story.⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Recommendations for Further ReadingDaughter of the Pirate King and Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller – although Before the Broken Star is not a tale of pirates, a large portion of it takes place on the sea and travelling. Also, Alosa and Riden remind me so much of Everley and Jamison.Everless and Evermore by Sara Holland – I think these books are similar to Before the Broken Star because of the time element. Everley constantly worries about living on borrowed time and not knowing when her time will run out. The setting of Everless has an interesting take on life, immortality, and the idea of borrowed time.Dark Breaks the Dawn and Bright Burns the Night by Sara B. Larson – this is another story with an interesting concept of time. Also, there are strong parallels between the plot through elements such as romance, curses, and family legacies.Release Date August 20, 2019Don’t miss the final book in this epic trilogy coming out in December 2019!
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  • Kathy
    January 1, 1970
    ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for honest review. Into the Hourglass is the sequel to Before the Broken Star , part fairy tale, part pirate adventure / redemption quest. It was a fun read, and I enjoyed it.This book has a great cast of characters. Jamison is the actual best, he's sweet and honorable and a great counterpoint to all of the madness going on around him. Evie is sweet and resilient and insecure. She refuses to admit her feelings for Jamison, even in spite ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for honest review. Into the Hourglass is the sequel to Before the Broken Star , part fairy tale, part pirate adventure / redemption quest. It was a fun read, and I enjoyed it.This book has a great cast of characters. Jamison is the actual best, he's sweet and honorable and a great counterpoint to all of the madness going on around him. Evie is sweet and resilient and insecure. She refuses to admit her feelings for Jamison, even in spite of all the "time is love" rhetoric, and the fact that they're already married. It was frustrating (in an enjoyable way) that Jamison is clearly trying so hard to be good to her and she's pushing him away.Their entire group of friends is unfailingly naive for a group of people who are constantly getting betrayed. Killian is a great and disturbing villain, because he's charming and wily and cruel, and people keep falling for his beautiful face. That felt believable and sad. I liked the nods to fairy tales and well known tropes - they are literally inside a whale at one point, there is a crocodile who likes clocks, King Dorian loves his merrow children. These are sweet spins on familiar stories incorporated into a story that feels totally different.This sequel feels like a Saturday afternoon action movie. It's sweet, fun, and totally enjoyable. My complaints: The use of first person present tense always surprises me. It feels like such a weird narrative choice. (I write, in full irony, in first person present tense.)The end happens very quickly. The whole plot sort of felt like a runaway train at this point. Evie showed absolutely no surprise about a rescue coming for her at the last moment, she mysteriously seems not to care about her clock taking years off of someone else's life even after her Uncle sacrificed himself for her, and then all of a sudden they were never legally married because the ship went down and there's no record?! There seemed to be so many things crammed in at the end, it was hard to process. I am hoping this means King is setting up to have them get married for real in the next installment, and on their own terms. I love Everly and Jamison so I still enjoyed it, but it felt messy.All in all, this was an enjoyable read and I will keep an eye out for the third installment!
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  • Sadie
    January 1, 1970
    This book picks off immediately after the events of book one in The Evermore Chronicles in which Everley is enlisted by Father Time to thwart the cast-away prince and retrieve the sword of Avelin. Their path is blocked and the World Under the Wave is entered creating its own difficulties. As time is both on her side and fighting against her Everley must push herself both physically and emotionally to become the person she is meant to be.Once again Emily King created a magical and enchanting worl This book picks off immediately after the events of book one in The Evermore Chronicles in which Everley is enlisted by Father Time to thwart the cast-away prince and retrieve the sword of Avelin. Their path is blocked and the World Under the Wave is entered creating its own difficulties. As time is both on her side and fighting against her Everley must push herself both physically and emotionally to become the person she is meant to be.Once again Emily King created a magical and enchanting world that I could not help but be consumed in. Everley is an amazing character that has flaws that are relatable but an undeniable strength that shines through in every moment. I love the combination of Everley and Jamison is fantastic and the slow burn of their love and the chemistry that it creates it to-die-for! This combination of worlds creates such a unique story that I feel as though endless spin-offs could be created even if this is only a trilogy (I think??). I liked this book more than book one because we were able to see more character development both for Everley, who previously did not believe that she could love since her heart was broken, and for the side characters like the Fox and Cat who I also SHIP!!Thank you Netgalley and Skyscape for the advanced readers ebook!
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  • Rachel
    January 1, 1970
    I recieved an advanced copy from the publisher via Netgalley for an honest review.I am so thankful for getting this ARC not too long after finishing the first novel! This novel picks up just a little bit after the last left off Everley and her crew are taking an adventure into another new world that may be far more dangerous then what they encountered before. Everley needs to focus on her mission and get the sword back for Father Time and stop the evil prince from destroying all the worlds. This I recieved an advanced copy from the publisher via Netgalley for an honest review.I am so thankful for getting this ARC not too long after finishing the first novel! This novel picks up just a little bit after the last left off Everley and her crew are taking an adventure into another new world that may be far more dangerous then what they encountered before. Everley needs to focus on her mission and get the sword back for Father Time and stop the evil prince from destroying all the worlds. This novel is action packed and lots of twists and turns as Everley and her crew learn to trust each other and that they have to work together if they are going to survive. I love this book with the MERMAIDS!!! Well, they are called merrows.... and just the visual descriptions put you in the middle of the worlds they are bounding through. You get a lot more answers of Everley's past and thank goodness for that last chapter, because I thought the book was ending with the chapter before (because it was beautiful). However, the final chapter smoothed out a few more things for me and made me much more at peace...and ready for the next novel! Another amazing work of art for Emily and I cannot wait for the next!
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  • Nicole
    January 1, 1970
    This novel was a good read for the next book in the series. It continues where the first novel left off, all from Everley’s point of view. There is the exploration of other lands while trying to catch up with Prince Killian, where more of his past is revealed and what he plans to do. Killian is several steps ahead, with allies whom he makes promises to and only cares for one person, himself. Everley and the others have to retrieve the sword from Killian, for it is needed for Everley to prevent a This novel was a good read for the next book in the series. It continues where the first novel left off, all from Everley’s point of view. There is the exploration of other lands while trying to catch up with Prince Killian, where more of his past is revealed and what he plans to do. Killian is several steps ahead, with allies whom he makes promises to and only cares for one person, himself. Everley and the others have to retrieve the sword from Killian, for it is needed for Everley to prevent a terrible future. Along the way, they make new allies and enemies. Everley’s time is running short, for her ticker cannot run forever. She discovers things about her past, but she needs to move forward from that and not keep going back to it. Everley battles her feelings for Jamison, whom she grows to care for deeply, but can she reveal her secrets to him and what Father Time needs her to do to save the realms? They will need help, for Killian has gained many allies with his promises and others refuse to see what is happening. A war is coming and time is running out for Everley. I cannot wait to read their next adventures!
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  • Bibliofiendlm
    January 1, 1970
    Everley Donovan’s mission: retrieve the hallowed sword of Avelyn stolen by the wicked Prince Killian, who slayed her family and left her for dead. Should she fail, the seven worlds will come to an end, as could time itself. And no one treasures time more than Everley, whose lifesaving clock heart cannot beat forever. She has set sail with a rogue crew for the otherworlds, where the key to dethroning the prince lies deep within the Land Under the Wave.But passage through these unknown seas—where Everley Donovan’s mission: retrieve the hallowed sword of Avelyn stolen by the wicked Prince Killian, who slayed her family and left her for dead. Should she fail, the seven worlds will come to an end, as could time itself. And no one treasures time more than Everley, whose lifesaving clock heart cannot beat forever. She has set sail with a rogue crew for the otherworlds, where the key to dethroning the prince lies deep within the Land Under the Wave.But passage through these unknown seas—where horrors lurk and pirates rove—proves a treacherous gamble. The Land Under the Wave was not made for humans, particularly one with a fragile clock heart. Here, Everley’s tragic past resurfaces unsolved questions. Here, too, the prince has hidden secrets more precious than pearls, secrets that could fracture the future forevermore. Everley must take back her sword and break free from this watery world before her time runs out…or so will everyone else’s.Great twists and turns, plus some heartwrenching surprises!
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  • Stephanie Mendoza
    January 1, 1970
    📚 Review 📚 Into the Hourglass by @emily_r_king This novel continues the story of Everly our heroine and Jamison as they continue to hunt for Killian. They find themselves in terrible situations consistently, in the land under the waves. After a deal with a sea witch goes wrong. They must race against time to head back to the land of the living before Killian is able to obtain an artifact that could unravel worlds, all while time closes in on Everly. ...I love this plot so much. The ability the c 📚 Review 📚 Into the Hourglass by @emily_r_king This novel continues the story of Everly our heroine and Jamison as they continue to hunt for Killian. They find themselves in terrible situations consistently, in the land under the waves. After a deal with a sea witch goes wrong. They must race against time to head back to the land of the living before Killian is able to obtain an artifact that could unravel worlds, all while time closes in on Everly. ...I love this plot so much. The ability the characters have to travel through worlds, how everyone’s lives are entangled in one way or another is so beautiful. Seeing Everly open her eyes to her feelings for Jamison, the bond they share and how despite their unorthodox pairing brought them together they genuinely care for each other. The imagery is so vivid it makes me feel I am watching a movie not reading a book.I can’t wait for the next installment of this series.⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ Disclaimer: I received a free copy from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Steph
    January 1, 1970
    Thank you to Skyscrape Publishing and NetGalley for an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Another treasure of a book! I'm so glad I found this series. Another magical book filled with awesome world building, magical creatures and wonderful characters. I absolutely loved the pirate vibes in this one and really enjoyed the mostly sea faring setting! There was once again nothing I'd change about this book. I cannot wait to see what comes next for this series! These are books I definitely need Thank you to Skyscrape Publishing and NetGalley for an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Another treasure of a book! I'm so glad I found this series. Another magical book filled with awesome world building, magical creatures and wonderful characters. I absolutely loved the pirate vibes in this one and really enjoyed the mostly sea faring setting! There was once again nothing I'd change about this book. I cannot wait to see what comes next for this series! These are books I definitely need to add to my bookshelf.
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  • Savannah Porter
    January 1, 1970
    Meh. The story felt like it was repeating itself, and I didn't feel like this book added anything to the plot or the world. Yes, we got some more insights into the villain, what he's after, and the different worlds through time. But they felt...lackluster. I'm still giving it three stars because of the character development, and because it kept me entertained enough to keep skimming/reading to the end.
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  • Simon Fennex
    January 1, 1970
    Arc provided by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.This is a DNF for me. I instantly knew after reading the first page that it would be a DNF. Sometimes you just know.For the most part, this is a quick read and a fast flowing book that kept me interested but it did not make the cut, unfortunately, =(
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  • MayorEmma
    January 1, 1970
    I received an arc of this book on netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I was kind of disappointed about this one, because the first one just seemed better, because in this one the dialogue just seems really dry and boring. Also, the worldbuilding is pretty vague, which makes it hard to really get into the story. It is worth reading, but only if you read the first one first.
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  • Tina Moricz
    January 1, 1970
    Into the Hourglass is the newest story of Everly and Jamison in the Evermore Chronicles. It is a fast paced adventure through mythical lands with pirates, elves, and mermaids as Everly tries to get back the Sword of Avelyn. I loved the strong female characters and witty writing. Emily R. King is quickly growing into one of my favorite authors. Add this one to your next read list!
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  • Jamie Coudeville
    January 1, 1970
    I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first one, especially the beginning, but I did really enjoy the ending. The mythology got a lot more complicated but I like where the story is headed. I expect there to be at least 2 more books with how things ended.
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  • Rachel Stansel
    January 1, 1970
    A great second installment. Be sure to read book 1 first. Everly and Jamison are fun characters and the worlds rich and interesting. A fun read.Full disclosure- I received a copy of the book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
  • Ruth
    January 1, 1970
    2.5*
  • Spymaster.indeed
    January 1, 1970
    GIVE ME THE SEQUEL AND NOBODY GETS HURT (loooots of love for this series 😭 )...RTC
  • Torie
    January 1, 1970
    DNF @ 30%.
  • Aurora Batty
    January 1, 1970
    I love this book as much as the first book. Such an easy fun fantasy to read. For my full review check it out on my blog...https://aurorabattysbooks.wordpress.c...
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