The Eternity Cure (Blood of Eden) by Julie Kagawa Paperback $ In Stock. . You know how some stories stay with you even after you read the final word?. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 8 Up-In Kagawa’s postapocalyptic dystopia, . Read this epic dystopian tale about what it means to survive and what it means to be human. For even vampires were human once. This was. 27 Jul The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa takes place in a post-apocalyptic setting where humanity has been ravaged by a virus, called the “Red.

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Lists with This Book. Allison Sekemoto presents as a strong, survivalist heroine—simple in motivation, relatable, and beautifully flawed. D I love love love this book. Allie refuses to believe this, still hoping she can make a difference, especially now that she’s immortal. Here’s a really good first book of a trilogy I’m eager to continue, as I’m sure there’re more to know about this dark and twisted world.

And Kagawa is not shy with the violence and deaths. As soon as one little issue is resolved she throws something else at you. Find out in The Immortal Rules. But for some reason Allison and I just didn’t click.


And I’m glad that I did because otherwise, I would have missed reading one of the greatest books of the YA genre that has ever been written. Allison was such a kick-ass kind of character!

She is a monster. But when she is forced to escape the town at the cost of her own life, she meets a read the immortal rules by julie kagawa of people led by Jeb, and she is forced to be careful not to be discovered Humans are not more than blood cattle, worshiping vampires in exchange for their survival.

I think that’s what Allison does, it’s so easy to let go and just become a monster when life shits on you, but Allison chooses to be something better than what people expect from her and it’s a message I really appreciate.

Let me just say that I was not a fan read the immortal rules by julie kagawa Julie Kagawa before this. Every sentence has a purpose and to read it all is even more enthralling than reading a book with less Thank you for making the heroine brave and independent and not like the others who depend hhe much on their male counterpart. Allison finds herself with a group of religious fantatic humans on a quest for a sort of holy grail.

In any case, he was intriguing to watch.

The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa – Read, Think, Ponder

The Immortal Rules has got to be one of the best vampire books read the immortal rules by julie kagawa there. Okay, I’ll spare you with my Yoda talk, but seriously the second half was a lot of fun. Haters of vampires, and understanding that sometimes to survive, you need to leave people behind you.


I was really nervous starting this one. During a food raid outside of the Wall, Allie and her gang Rat, Stick, and Lucas are attacked by rabids.

The result, if you didn’t guess, is The Immortal Rules. I was surprised with how well mixing vampires and a dystopian world worked. Is this a good book because I keep seeing it on my recomindations for books? I also loved the way Kagawa played with bby and gender roles in the book.

Book Review: The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa

Allison,being one of these people, hates vampires more than anything. View all 21 comments. This discovery immediately makes them quicken their search for the cure. Nothing would change that. Which makes it a very special snowflake in its genre, because the themes of self-exploration and self-discovery and growth are not ones that are common to the YA PNR genre The Immortal Rules Kagzwa of Eden, 1 4.