• by Candace Knoebel
  • Narrated by Rebecca Hansen
  • 13 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

What if your destiny lay on the other side of death?
The annual Culling ceremony is a day every coming-of-age novice looks forward to within the Primeval Coven. It's the start to being initiated into the Night Watchmen, humankind's protectors, and it's the long-awaited day when novices discover if they're a Hunter or a Witch.
But this day is not a happy one for Faye Middleton. Not when she's known her whole life that she's a Defect and is about to face banishment in front of her fellow novices. She's forced to attend the Culling with little hope for her future, but what she discovers about herself is far worse than she could've imagined. And far more dangerous.
Thrown into training and separated from her friends, Faye must learn to adjust. She struggles to find her place within the Coven, and with Jaxen Gramm, the darkly handsome and extremely unnerving man assigned to watch and protect her. Emotions run high, and when she discovers a deadly secret about him, her struggles deepen. As corruption within the Coven begins to unravel, Faye pieces together her role in saving the future of her people, and within Jaxen's life...but will the truth save her, or be her undoing?


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Kick-ass action, magic and a bit of romance

What did you like most about Everlasting?

Be prepared for a heroine who isn't afraid to face up to her own flaws. Unlike many female protagonists in books and media, Faye Middleton acknowledges her shortcomings and she strives to be her own person and Be a person that she herself likes and respects.

What other book might you compare Everlasting to, and why?

I don't like comparisons instead let's say that in this book we have adventure, magic, bad/good, supernatural creatures, love, frustration, dark secrets, haunting dreams and through it all hope for the future. With a sprinkle of twists and turns in the plot that mske this a great book.

What about Rebecca Hansen’s performance did you like?

Really good characterisation. Nice voice and pace to the narration. Really good.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes. It only took two.

Any additional comments?

This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBlast dot com.

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- Tony Bough

Please re-narrate!!

This series is amazing! so thought I'd get the audible version too...bad choice. I found the narrator to be a continuous, although high pitched drone and too slow. There no emotion at all! The main character is a kick ass girl/heroine figure and with this narrator comes across as whiney and annoying (and exactly the same voice for her best friend - can get very confusing) Does anyone else think the narrator sounds like yoga jones off OITNB??

The series is amazing so highly recommend but please PLEASE! RE-NARRATE!
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- Lucy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 28-01-2016
  • Publisher: Candace Knoebel