Kirsten Miller spins this extraordinary tale of tow lovers ill-fated to be separated by forces who simply work as the ‘devil’. For centuries they run from their fate which always catches up to them and seems to separate them till they are born again as new individuals.
This epic love story couldn’t stop me from reading till the very end and i found myself sighing with the happiness of it all in the end, yet knowing that the story was far from over.
There were moments in the story where i could simply connect with Constance, oops, sorry, Haven and found myself often at a fork about Ethan a.k.a. Iain. You had to love the guy, yet you were conflicted about your feelings and how much you knew about him. Even though i was rooting for him, i couldn’t stop my frustrated shouting, ” Come out with the truth already, man!” Even after he supposedly died (spoiler alert), i couldn’t accept the fact. Somehow i knew there was no way he could be dead.
I loved the imagery Kirsten used to depict different themes and characters, it gave them a deeper meaning and more truth to them.
Go and get your hand on The Eternal Ones, simply couldn’t put it down. A slightly similar series would have to be the Fallen series by Lauren Kate.