All That Lives Must Die

All That Lives Must Die Eliot and Fiona Post are twins whose parental clans are foes Mom is Immortal goddess Atropos eldest Fate Dad is Infernal Lucifer Satan High School is Paxington where gods and goddesses warriors an
  • Title: All That Lives Must Die
  • Author: Eric S. Nylund
  • ISBN: 9780765323040
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Paperback
  • All That Lives Must Die
    Eliot and Fiona Post are twins whose parental clans are foes Mom is Immortal goddess Atropos, eldest Fate Dad is Infernal Lucifer, Satan High School is Paxington, where gods and goddesses, warriors and sorcerers, learn to harness their powers Classmates are allies in battle or threats to your life To flunk is to die Only the toughest graduate.
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  • In Mortal Coils, the first book in sequence, we are introduced to the teenaged twins Eliot and Fiona Post Children of scions of opposing factions, the Immortal Audrey Post aka Atropos and the Infernal Louis Piper aka Lucifer , they have an uneventful, if odd, homeschooled and shut in life, until both factions notice their existence and try to lure the twins to one side or the other The first novel ended with an Infernal attempt to suborn the children defeated on the one hand, and the twins passi [...]

  • This is the book well, series that taught me that not only is life not fair, books are not fair I learned that even beautiful, precious books could betray me In a meta sense, that is Please, I knew even then that bad books existed I just had yet to understand that a good series could be discontinued Probably I would have grasped this earlier had I seen Firefly at that point Anyway, the point is that my squints into the distance tween heart was crushed when no book following this appeared Thus I [...]

  • I can t get over the fact that there s no sequel to this Even though I HATE reading unfinished series especially when it seems it won t ever get finished , I don t regret reading this masterpiece Seriously Nylund is a freaking genius I loved this series to bits I can just hope that we ll get some closure, as the again genius footnotes indicated that best was yet to come.

  • This is simply amazing In the first book it took forever to build up the plot and background for the entire story, but once it got going it got me hooked because it was so deep so to speak This book continues where it left off, Eliot and Fiona have discovered that they re Infernal Immortal hybrids courtesy of their father Lucifer and mother Atropos They get shipped off to a school for powerful mortals, Immortals and Infernals It s there that they get taught the basic skills of surviving the hars [...]

  • Yet again Eric Nylund surprises me Thank God for that I hate books that follow a plot in which you can see the last page from the hills of the first page No, a good book has just enough twists,turns and switchbacks, along with detours, dead end look alike corners etc So that even though you are standing on a tall hill at the beginning of the book, and you can make out, barely, a few of the switchbacks, and lower bits of plot, at no time is the map obvious But I digress Read this series It starts [...]

  • 4.5 stars I m sobbing inside that there is no third book to this series I knew it there wasn t going in, but I couldn t help myself sigh I didn t quite like this book as much as I liked Mortal Coils, mostly because of some character choices and the lack of team Eliot Fiona They each went on very distinct paths It feels necessary to their character arcs so hopefully they ll reunite stronger together in future books maybe.My main problems with this book are in the spoiler tag and it is filled with [...]

  • Another Eric Nylund book which is almost very good but in the end just okay So frustrating Like the first book in the series, this was a page turner I had a hard time putting it down when I needed to sleep And unlike the first book, it had a lot emotional payoff honestly, it felt like this the first one were really one novel that had been arbitrarily chopped in half, since all of the emotional consequences of the first novel were explored in this one.However, Nylund s writing is once again only [...]

  • Maybe my taste in books is just too good I end up writing great things about all of them and not much negative This one included Which in retrospect may lead some to believe that i m not a very hard critic Anywhoozle, I recommend y all should read it sometime.Starting with book one, Mortal Coils.It s vaguely similar to Percy Jackson and the Olympians in that the main characters are children of gods and that there are mythological figures that crop up like commonplace weeds But it s actually much [...]

  • This book is the second in the series and I quite adored it It was better flowing than the first one and lighthearted In the first one I found it mostly unexcited and it dragged along In this one, we jump right into Fiona and Eliot going to school for Gods Goddesses Immortals Infernals Heroes etc It leads us on an exciting tale, then takes us straight into battle A war going on in hell where Louis, Fiona, Eliot and a few classmates are being led to fight as pawns I was horribly sad about what h [...]

  • This book was really, really good My first impression was that the name was GENIUS I have never read a book that has used a Hamlet quote as a title before, and I thought it was quite clever how Mr Nylund mentioned it only once in the book I greatly admire his work and writing style and found I was not getting lost in the details or constantly thinking, WHY ISN T THIS PART OVER ALREADY I found it was just the right pace for my reading style.I read this book on a road trip through Montana, so I h [...]

  • All I can say is W.O.W I cannot believe how good this series is Mr Nylund challenges my imagination and my vocabulary while weaving a fabulous world that is the right mix of reality, mythology and his own whatever it is Here it comes my one critisism I found myself wishing that the two main characters, Fiona and Eliot were closer They are twins that grew up with only themselves to talk to and lean on, but since I m not a twin and don t know the complexities of that type of relationship, I can t [...]

  • I really enjoyed Mortal Coils, the first book in this series, but this second book just blew me away It was wonderful So much happened It s a massive book It could have actually been divided into 2 or even 3 books, but I m glad it wasn t because this way I got to read it all at once Creative and interesting with some real surprises that I didn t see coming That is hard to do these days when there is so much YA fantasy being written I am really looking forward to the next book in the series and s [...]

  • I didnt read the first book in the series Still I was pretty much able to follow along Some of the characters here are absolutely FANTASTIC You feel for them even if they re immortals infernals some with character traits even their own mother couldnt love, and yet they re written perfectly The story was good, although I thought towards the end it dragged just a bit My only real problem was the 2 main characters They just werent that likable, which is odd considering what I said above regarding t [...]

  • This book was great, and was a wonderful sequel to Mortal Coil I really liked how the author shows us a world with so many great players all moving around at once, while never letting it get stale Still, I have one pet peeve that this book triggers lack of proofreading Little stuff, maybe once every few pages, like a plural s put on the word in front of the correct word, reversed word order, or missing quotation marks Dude, get an editor, have him actually read it, and maybe after he s done give [...]

  • Once again, I have nothing bad to say about this series The second book continues with the children learning about their abilities and origins Just as satisfying as the first book, this one continues to deliver The lines of good and bad become muddy, and it s top notch YA fiction, with not only the great story, but the learning points for the younger audience.Ok, so there is one major problem with this book there is no third book Let s hope that Nylund will remedy this There are certainly less [...]

  • At first I wasn too sure if I was going to like the book but after the first few pages I was hooked I couldn t put the book down and finished the book in about 3 days The coming of age story is told in a very inventive way that I think would be interesting to readers of all ages I highly recommend the book and can t wait for the next book in the series I didn t realize it was a series until I got to the end and it mentioned Book III coming out in the future While I will probably go out and get B [...]

  • This book is clever and harder to put down than the first one I wont give any spoilers but i will say Eric Nylund hit a better stride here Were introduced to new devious characters and the plot here is thick, interesting, surprising, sad, happy, and all the other emotions great stories and books invoke This book made my g f tear up though i was elated with the ending That s a testament of how great stories will pull at your heart strings not to sound poetic I look forward impatiently to the th [...]

  • Continuing from the freshness of the first book additional twists and turns keep the story fresh Even though in some sense I was expecting distinct story turns, it was like knowing you are going to take a turn on a windy mountain road and still being surprised by the whiplash effects Expecting it did not really reduce its impact And truthfully by the end of the book I knew I enjoyed it because I wanted to know what happens next as well as reread different parts of the story I just finished In my [...]

  • I will admit, I was a little thrown in the beginning because of the and now they are off to Hogwarts feel of the Paxington School, but absolutely nothing else about the school was Hogwartsy at all It s a good, meaty read that doesn t feel like it s long even though there s nearly 700 pages, and the Infernals and Immortals manage to not be boring because they each have facets of several versions of each god dess archetype from around the world I m looking forward to the other books in the series

  • All That Lives Must Die improved vastly on some of the key elements I felt were missing from Mortal Coils It s awesome to see a fun, original idea coming into fruition I m also exceedingly happy that Nylund is getting farther and farther from the Halo series, he is a fantastic author I d recommend this if you are looking for a grown up version of the Percy Jackson series, or if you are simply looking for a good series with mythical origins.

  • Book 2 in an ongoing series I read this book as an Endeavour book and wouldn t have picked it up otherwise and it would have been my own loss Sure it s yet another Gods and kids of Gods in modern day And a magical kids go to school But it was surprisingly enjoyable and that was without reading book 1 Though not so enjoyable that I must immediately pick up book 1 but it ll be on my list to read eventually 4 of 5.

  • This is book 2 of The Mortal Coil series I really liked both books The main characters, Eliot and Fiona Post, learn they are part of a bigger family they have never known They must decide which side of the family they want to be on They also learn they have powers beyond normal, which runs in the family,how they chose to use them may depend on which side they chose Can t wait for the 3rd book.

  • too much YA here, the inventiveness of Mortal Coils is lacking though the book is still a page turner this one turns into Harry Potter wannabe and there are enough such clones out there to need one Very unlikely I will read in the series, but i may if further books fall into my hands since the book is a page turner recommended for the YA audience though, i would say 12 16 year olds especially

  • I m having a hard time grading this book fairly I just had such high hopes for it I know it s horrible but I really really prefer Eliot over his sister to me he s just interesting character with a interesting set of powers However in this book there is an a single point in which I agree with any of the decisions he makes so was my favorite character making all kinds of horrible horrible mistakes that you can see coming from miles away.

  • So I was wrong when I said I wouldn t read the next book in the series My son read this one and told me it was great and that I HAD to read it I m glad I did This one was so much better than the first The characters had better dimension The settings were interesting The new people and challenges presented weren t always what they seemed and decisions were definitely not black and white.

  • I m really enjoying the Mortal Coil series, especially the blend of mythologies woven throughout Book two definitely kept my attention and once again built tension nicely One annoyance are the half dozen grammar spelling errors in the last 200 pages they tend to momentarily jar my brain out of its reading track Of course, that is a minor issue, and I am looking forward to the remaining books in the series.

  • I was very impressed with this book, the follow up to Mortal Coils The Post siblings are once again caught in their relatives games, while are going to high school at the same time Violent and angsty at points, it never really lets up and demands your attention the whole while Highly recommended to fans of The Lightning Thief, Hunger Games, etc.

  • I m really sad that the rest of this series, books 3 5, have been tied up by Tor Mr Nyland wants to finish the series Tor doesn t and won t sell the rights back to the author I love the interweaving of myths and legends of the years into this modern day tale The writing style is excellent, with multiple mini climaxes all contributing of the greater overarching plot of the book.

  • The twins going to school adds a little bit of a Harry Potter feel to this second book in the series, but not so much that it seems derivative Like Mortal Coils, there are things about the plot that don t ring true for me as far as characters actions and motivations, but it s still a fun and worthwhile read.Does anyone mentally cast Anthony Bourdain as Henry

  • The Post twins enter the Paxington School, a neutral territory in the eternal struggle between the League of Immortals and the Infernals The two families maneuver with and against their own members to win control over the twins A dire prophesy warns of disaster if the twins do not stay together and the book ends with a cliffhanger A great followup to the book Mortal Coils.

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