The Immortalists

by Chloe Benjamin

This book was fantastic. It started off rather slowly, in my opinion, and it took me a while to really get into it, but as soon as I got past the prologue, I was hooked.

So many questions arise as you’re reading. Well, actually, there were two that really kept nagging at me.

First, are all the siblings going to die on their supposed death day? I loved that the book was structured into four parts, one for each sibling, so that you had to wait until the very end of each segment to find out if the prophecy came true.

Second, how much of the fortune teller’s prophecy came true because it was real and was always going to come true, and how much of it was influenced by knowing that date and fearing it?

Love, love, love. Awesome book.

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