It all started with a spell. A spell that backfires and binds her to her greatest enemy. Someone who she abominated. Ever Bloom, a young desperate girl, is in need of some serious help. She has gotten way too deep into dark magick and can not seem to dig herself out of it. Ever is to the point where she will do anything to be with her true love.
One night while Ever is at a party her bestfriend Haven gets herself into some deep trouble. Ever is then faced with a serious choice. Either save her bestfriend by making her immortal? Or take the antidote that allows her to be with her true love at last? Ever is unsure of what to do, but she will not let her bestfriend die and become the thing she dreads the most. Ever decides to save her bestfriend and turn her immortal. “Excuse me? But are you for real? I mean, here you drop a major bomb on me-and I mean major- as in my ears are still ringing and my head is still spinning and I kind of need you to repeat it just to make sure you really did say what I think-and your only concern is that I’m talking too loud? Are you kidding me?” (Noel pg 1). Haven is ferment, but Ever is more worried. She must keep Haven content and quiet about immortals so no one finds out. Meanwhile, while trying to keep Haven quiet, Ever must also keep hold of her relationship with Damen.
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...ce called Summerland. It is a place where they can do whatever they want and manifest anything they please. “Gazing upon an exquisite utopia, a seemingly endless field of blazing red tulips with an exquisite pavilion placed right in its center. “Surely you didn’t create this all now?” (Noel pg 184). In this scene Damen manifested the red tulips, the pavilion, and many other things to for Ever as her birthday present. In life that is not really possible. When one reads the book ones imagination is simulated and thinks beyond the ordinary.
After reading Dark Flame one can learn that love is the most powerful thing in the world. Not only is it powerful, but it can take you far. Furthermore, one can also learn that when the going gets rough, never give up. It shall not rain forever.
Noel, Alyson. Dark Flame. New York: St. Martin’s Press. 2010. Print.
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