Publisher: Atheneum Books for Young Readers

Average Rating: 4


Review: Nevermore by Kelly Creagh

Posted 3 November, 2014 by Abbey in Review / 0 Comments
Review: Nevermore by Kelly Creagh

Isobel Lanley and Varen Nethers run in different crowds. As a cheerleader, she hangs out with her squad and the jocks, while he’s friends with the outcasts. Their differences have caused them to have horrible opinions of each other. Needless to say, they are less than thrilled when they get paired together for an English project. However, as they spend time working on it, they start to see a different side of each other.  Before long, Isobel finds herself being drawn into Varen’s dark, strange world. Her life begins to change when weird things start taking place around her. I’ve never read anything like Nevermore. The book was unbelievably unique. Creagh created characters and a world that had me intrigued from the very first line.  Nevermore has around 550 pages. Despite that, I finished it in a day. I just couldn’t put it down. They say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover and that’s definitely true for Isobel. At first glance, Isobel is the stereotypical cheerleader. Vain and judgmental are just a couple of the qualities she seems to possess at the beginning of the book. As the pages turn, however, it becomes evident that she doesn’t quite live up to the stereotype. There’s a lot more to her than what meets the eye. Varen might just top my list of book boys. He was that great. The […]