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then.
When Sam met Grace, he was a wolf and she was a girl. Eventually he found a way to become a boy, and their loved moved from curious distance to the intense closeness of shared lives.

now.
That should have been the end of their story. But Grace was not meant to stay human. Now she is the wolf. And the wolves of Mercy Falls are about to be killed in one final, spectacular

now.
That should have been the end of their story. But Grace was not meant to stay human. Now she is the wolf. And the wolves of Mercy Falls are about to be killed in one final, spectacular hunt.

forever.
Sam would do anything for Grace. But can one boy and one love really change a hostile, predatory world? The past, the present, and the future are about to collide in one pure moment–a moment of death or life, farewell or forever.
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    Wendy Darling

    This is probably the hardest review I’ve ever had to write.

    Shiver tears my heart in two every single time I read it. I felt Linger had its problems, mostly in the diluted narrative with the addition of two more POVs, but it was still extremely moving and I wanted to see what happened next. How strange it is, then, to read Forever and experience nothing even close to the emotions the first two books inspired.

    The Wolves of Mercy Falls series is love story told almost like a fairy tale. Aside from

    Shiver tears my heart in two every single time I read it. I felt Linger had its problems, mostly in the diluted narrative with the addition of two more POVs, but it was still extremely moving and I wanted to see what happened next. How strange it is, then, to read Forever and experience nothing even close to the emotions the first two books inspired.

    The Wolves of Mercy Falls series is love story told almost like a fairy tale. Aside from the bittersweet urgency of the romance, one of the most poignant elements in the books to me has been the wolves’ desperate struggle to hang onto their human selves. The knowledge that they will lose every shard of awareness of who they are moves me unbearably, and Sam and Grace together are unlike any other couple I’ve ever read.

    I am far less interested in Isabel and Cole. I like them just fine, even though they are both just typical YA characters that can be found in 100 other novels. If they had an entirely different book to themselves I probably would like them better—but they don’t. They’re stuck right in the middle of Sam and Grace’s story, and the intrusiveness of losing momentum in every other chapter as the story switched to their first person POVs became an increasingly frustrating experience. This is the end. There are no more books. I don’t give a shit about Isabel’s ongoing daddy issues or Cole’s woe-is-me rock star problems (view spoiler), all of which are rehashes from the previous book, I care about what happens to Sam and Grace. The story is even further fragmented by the addition of yet another POV, which was completely unnecessary and added nothing to the story.

    There are too many starts and stops that interrupt the flow of the action, there is a scene of shocking ugliness (view spoiler) that I thought was completely out of place, and the actual resolution to the problem seemed to be dragged out far too long. I also didn’t find a single quote that I wanted to pull. I normally am rapturous over the author’s prose as well, but even the language in Forever didn’t move me as much. Sam and Grace also seemed like shadows of their former selves, and I found myself becoming impatient with the way their narratives dawdled over insignificant details.

    The only scene that really moved me—yes, the only scene—comes very early in the book when Sam is racing to pick up Grace after she’s turned human again for the first time and the awful feelings he experiences (view spoiler). There are a few good scenes later in the novel that involve some sacrifices, but I read them with a fairly detached attitude. I’m not sure if I’d just become so numb by that time that I wasn’t able to fully immerse myself again, or whether they really just didn’t hold the same urgency and depth that I’ve come to expect from this series.

    What I found most disappointing, however, is that so many scenes did not ring emotionally true. If you’ve been separated from the love of your life for months, the first thing you would do when you become human again is to findhimfindhimfindhim and hang on tight before you lose yourself again. It’s not to wander out to have a random meaningless conversation with someone else. (And he would probably not have let you out of his sight to begin with.) The reunion scene was incredibly distant and anticlimactic, and the actual ending was even more of an emotional dodge. Everything honestly felt as though it was done for sake of a writing technique rather than something that was really true to the characters–or true to human nature.

    Readers who are invested in Isabel and Cole’s story will probably like this one much better than I did. But for me, this story has always been about the boy who became a wolf in winter and the girl who loved him. I am unbearably saddened that their beautiful story has become so diluted and so…mundane. It’s possible a future re-reading may make me look upon this book with a different perspective, but frankly that’s pretty hard to believe at this point. I bleeding heart love Shiver and will always be grateful for the beauty and wisdom and romance it brought into my life. But I will probably be much happier if I forever look upon it as a standalone novel that is perfect in and of itself.

    It breaks my heart to do this, but this is a 2.5 star book for me.

    This review also appears in The Midnight Garden.
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    kelsie

    Sep 28, 2010

    rated it
    did not like it

    Shelves:
    2011

    I bought Forever today. It’s flowing a lot like Linger did for me. I’m bored, anxious, and not really drawn to this world in this book like I was in Shiver. I’m pretty much just reading so I can find out what ultimately happens in the end. Maggie is such a fabulous writer, but her talent is wasted on writing boring chapters for shallow characters like Cole and Isabel to whom I don’t feel connected at all. ) :

    I am now finished with Forever.. I am so utterly disappointed that I’m not sure I can

    I am now finished with Forever.. I am so utterly disappointed that I’m not sure I can organize my thoughts too well right now. I guess I loved Shiver so much that I expected something of similar quality out of the other two products, especially this final one. I will start by saying, I just don’t believe in Grace & Sam’s “love”. I just don’t.. I feel like they are just young, damaged teenagers trying to fill a void left by the people who hurt them (but aren’t most people?). With this being a fictional relationship I understand there is nothing real about it in the first place, yet I feel Maggie missed the mark if she was trying to depict genuine, consummate love. I could list about 40 supporting details for that claim but I don’t think I need to. Moving on: The really interesting-scientific stuff got lost in all of the boring-drama stuff. I do not care about any relationship with Cole or Isabel. I would rather learn more about why the hell the wolf-toxin looks like MALARIA. I wanted answers to this wolf-shifting mystery (what I thought the series was originally about), and I thought for sure I would get them in this last installment. I wanted to know what really makes the wolves/humans shift, where this came from, how it works, etc. I also wanted to learn more about Beck, but did I get to? No. And don’t get me started on Grace and her parents – Grace is a brat who thinks she’s 25 and entitled to anything she wants. Her parents are idiots, but they’re still HER PARENTS. I would be enraged if my parents didn’t want me to see my boyfriend too, but can you honestly BLAME them? They know nothing about this kid and they find out he’s sleeping with their daughter. Grace says it’s their fault they know nothing about her life, and she should be able to see Sam..Then disappears and comes back home and demands all of these priviledges. Maybe they would have known about Sam had she bothered to tell them in the first place.. I can’t stand Grace and I hate reading about her because she has no personality. All her and Sam do is grope each other and have sex. There is nothing intimate about the whole thing to me. Just because Sam is some sensitive indie-guitar-playing poetry-writing wimp and Grace is some perfectly beautiful summer-girl, it doesn’t make their love real to the reader. Not this one, anyway. I could go on and on, but I won’t.
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    Stacey Lucky

    Jun 18, 2010

    rated it
    did not like it

    Let me say this.. Just because I didn’t like this book doesn’t mean I’m telling everyone not to read it. Everyone has different tastes and different opinions. And if your opinion is to come on MY review and tell me how awesome this book is and that I got it wrong. No I’m pretty sure I read this book correctly ..twice in fact. So keep to yourself, or write your own 5 star review so I can go on it and write “omg!! You are wrong this book it terrible!! You have to hate it to bc I do!”

    Giving it two

    Giving it two stars but I will probably drop it down to one the more I think about this book and it’s horrible ending. Did she forget to finish the book? Is there a chapter that they accidentally didn’t put in the end? I felt like shiver and linger are two totally separate books from this one .. The first two were so good what the hell was this ?? I want my money back…and the more I think about this bull crap about the reader having to decide what happens in the end the more pissed off I get. No Maggie S I do not want to decide what happens in the end!! I want an ending..If I wanted to use my imagination I wouldnt have paid for a book!
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