19 Sep Title: Enshadowed. Author: Kelly Creagh. Genre: Horror, Speculative Fiction, Young Adult. Publisher: Atheneum Publication Date: August Enshadowed by Kelly Creagh, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Enshadowed (Nevermore, book 2) by Kelly Creagh – book cover, description, publication history.

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Listen up Varen, you should file a character-complaint or something in the underworld’s court of justice – that is, if Lilith will allow you – because you, my friend, have officially been victim to a total massacre.

But they are not the only ones worried. Despite creahg fact that those around her turn their backs on her, despite the horror and the danger she is willed to risk everything.

In Nevermore, I felt there was an arch to the story, a bridge, if you will. That said, reaching the end of the book only to discover that nothing has really happened over the course of this narrative makes for a frustrating reading experience.

Enshadowed : Kelly Creagh :

It is, after all, the last book; the one with all the answers that I wish this one had; the one where something will actually happen and not just drag on like a filler. One where no matter how hard Enshacowed tries, creagn sinks lower and lower, slipping farther from her grasp. I think enshadoewd could easily enjoy it, …more It really depends on who you ask, but in my opinion, yes, it is very good, as long as you read the whole series.

She does an incredible job at crafting a creepy world of dreams with even creepier characters, and she does NOT hold back on her characters. I think anyone could easily enjoy it, for more than just the story itself.


In all the ways. The first book of nevermore is already in germany but not the second and third book. Thus, on August 28th when I finally held Enshadowed in my hands, I was breathless, shaking, and oh-so-very excited.

If enshadowedd of that didn’t sound bad enough – no plot, frustrating characters, too much character development, confusing visions that did nothing for the story – then it all just gets worse with Isobel constantly moping. Go out and get it now if you haven’t. His importance slimmed down to an absolute minimum, and you learn nothing more about his life or how it relates to the little information the author concocted out of this mess.

Christmas is around the corner, we even have snow but where I’m from, that white eklly is all annualand it is revealed that nothing much has happened since we last left off.

Her dad really came around in this book too! Can you forgive me?

Enshadowed : A Nevermore Book

The pacing was overall satisfying although there were one or two parts that I felt could ahve been cut. It is a dark world of fear, terror, and anger. Creagh descried the shadowy, ghostly villain Lilith, the scenes with her are as scary as the scene when Anna first showing up in Anna Dressed In Blood. Being blown away by the darkness that was very reminiscent of a good Poe story, I pretty much devoured book one.

I’m gonna have a drama keloy moment right now, just so you know. Not having the romance in the middle of the story view spoiler [ yes, love made Isobel act the way she did, seek for ways to bring Varen back, but the interactions were dreamy alike and short hide spoiler ] we could concentrate more on the beautiful details of this vivid dream world which is not enshadowde confusing as before, but still just as mysterious.


In some cases, it brings new meaning to the word, “filler,” solidifying my idea that there really is such a thing as “curse of the second” in terms of book series and their sequels. Creagh ended her second book. But, guys, the last or so pages? And her dad also plays an important role in this book, as do her mother and adorable little brother Danny.

With all the things she could have done Her mother wasn’t any better so the only light in her family was Danny who again saved Isobel several times and acted in an adorable way far more mature than Isobel herself sometimes.

The book, following the preface, begins with a dream. It’s less about school life, more about the haunting dreamworld we only got a glimpse of in book one. Why why whyyyyy do these things keep ending this way??? Because Nevermore was too tempting.

Enshadowed | Book by Kelly Creagh | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster

Description True love takes a twisted turn in the second book of this modern gothic romance trilogy channeling the dark brilliance of Edgar Allan Poe. This actress can very well be Lilith.

They go off together, only to have a strange interaction, and before Varen leaves, he imparts a very eerie message, one I will NOT spoil.