Everfound : Skinjacker Trilogy

  • by Neal Shusterman
  • Narrated by Nick Podehl
  • Series: Skinjacker Trilogy
  • 13 hrs and 54 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

As Mary Hightower slumbers in a glass coffin waiting to be reborn back into Everlost, her allies and henchmen begin to carry out her terrible mission. Mary’s army is joined by a newcomer: Jix, a spy for the Mayan King of Everlost. A furjacker who skinjacks great cats, Jix has his own agenda.
Meanwhile, Mikey McGill desperately tries to rescue Allie the Outcast. At his side is Nick the “Chocolate Ogre”, who has become pure chocolate and hardly remembers himself at all. Mikey encounters a creature that scares even the mighty McGill: a scar wraith, whose touch can extinguish an Afterlight forever. It becomes clear that the outcome will determine not just the fate of Everlost, but the fate of the living world as well.
Critically acclaimed author Neal Shusterman brings to a close the trilogy that Kirkus Reviews called “beautiful and imaginative” with this stunning final volume.


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Customer Reviews

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Great Trilogy

Would you consider the audio edition of Everfound to be better than the print version?

Yes, I read everlost in print form, and listened to everwild and everfound (part 2 and 3) on audio.The narrarated book was well read.

What did you like best about this story?

The story kept me interested and wondering what would happen next

What does Nick Podehl bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

allowes the book to come to life because he makes the characters real.

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- Kelli

Neal Shusterman is a master storyteller, period.

I couldn't stop listening! Shusterman can set up and play a scene so perfectly that I can listen to it over and over again and find something new each time I hear it. This is a top-notch story that ties up all the loose ends in the trilogy in a way that is very satisfying. I adored the new characters, especially Jix and his king. Mikey's relationship with Allie was sweet, funny and romantic. Milos turns into a tragic character. Mary's character continues to descend into something truly frightening, capable of some truly godawful acts. Jill redeems herself... barely, but enough that I was rooting for her. How does Shusterman do this? How does he take someone you should hate, and make you feel sorry for them? Or happy for them? Or merely understand them despite their bad behavior? Mr. Shusterman, I am in awe.
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- SoCalBonnie "Huntress of Dirty Socks"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-03-2011
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio