Life Eternal is the second Dead Beautiful book, and miles better than the first. Gone were my issues with the first, reviewed in this post. Instead, there was a ton of. Nov 9, LIFE ETERNAL by Yvonne Woon. LIFE ETERNAL. From the “Dead Her body is changing, the effect of Dante’s life-saving kiss. And both are. Life Eternal (Dead Beautiful, book 2) by Yvonne Woon – book cover, description, publication history.
Yvonbe Eternal – Yvonne Woon. When her grandfather sends her to Montreal, Canada to eeternal Lycee St. The characters feel so real, and your drawn into the book as if you are living it. But there is a secret woven through history that holds the only hope for Dante and Ren e. I had doubts about it in the beginning because it started a little slow but soon enough I couldn’t put it down.
Life Eternal Dead Beautiful Book 2. After the happenings in Dead Beautiful her old schools closes and she ljfe to attend to a new school in Montreal that is only for Monitors and not for the Undead. Yes, I’m a sap. Doom to wander the earth in search of the person his soul had been reincarnated into, and take it back through a kiss before their bodies decay.
I have to admit that I had expectations when I started reading this book. And it will continue to live in my heart forever! Jul 04, Amber rated it really liked it Shelves: His second life is close to a Ren e Winters has changed. She knows that the only chance they have at life together is if Dante finds eternal life.
I became suspicious of all the characters in this book because I never knew who had an agenda or what their motives etsrnal. I enjoyed the change in setting from the confines of the Academy to a whole new school with lots of new faces. His second life teernal close to an end, and each passing day means one less that she will spend with the boy who shares her soul. While I liked the chance of scenery, I truly missed the abs While I was lie to start Dead Beautiful – I really liked it in the end!
She can’t shake the feeling that they are somehow connected to her dreams, strange visions that hint at a discovery so powerful, and so dangerous, that some will stop woon nothing to protect it.
However, overall, I think I did like this one a bit better. Like in her previous school, she makes new friends and also new enemies. It also left me with questions, the biggest being: As I said there is TOO many things going on with this book I couldn’t write down on all what had happened, I don’t even think what I said above made any sense lol just too much going on efernal mind about this book! I love reading them! I love fantasy, paranormals like this one!
The new characters Noah and Etenral seem very special for me, but nevertheless you simply have to yvonnee them and their originalities. This book started off weak. The smallest things play a big role now, even a detail cannot be missed anymore. While I liked the chance of scenery, I truly missed the absence of the Undead and especially of Dante.
I think it was a fantastic start to a series and I couldn’t really fathom yvnne Yvonne was going to beat the first book. I want to like my main characters; I don’t want the queen bitch in the school making life a miserable, living hell for them every minute of every second of every day, but I’d like my protagonist to face a little bit of a challenge. This seems to be impossible, yet both would never give up hope to finally be together with their one and only true soul mate.
Beware of the ending! Get to Know Us. The plot is still very original. Unless they find answers soon, their time together liffe doomed to be cut short. The cliffhanger has me waiting for the next book!
It also brings out different parts of her personality that we didn’t see in Dead Beautiful either. If you’re not a fan of love triangles, then you won’t probably like this sequel, but I didn’t really mind much.
For example, in the first chapter, you learn yvonen her grandfather has been reading all her mail.
This is just simply amazing. Life eternal is the second book in the beautiful dead series by Yvonne Woon, In this instalment we are thrown straight into where we were left off with the main character Renee still unsure where she fits in her world and is unmoveable in her affections for Dante, although at the beginning the action is set at slow burn I feel this helps build the characters depth and helps the audience get a better feel of Renee and her personality, along with helping to understand and feel the interactions with some of the more minor characters such as her granddad.
Usually when a second male romantic interest comes into the second book in a series I get a little annoyed, however that didn’t happen in this book.
May 18, Danielle Thomas added it. I don’t think I can hold out that long! Sarah In my opinion, they were equally as good. She gets shipped off by her grandfather to Gottfried Academy where she meets mysterious and gorgeous Dante Berlin. Everything the characters do makes sense, they are likeable and have an authenthical development during the first and second book.