By Brodi Ashton
In Brodi Ashton's breathtaking sequel to Everneath--about which New York Times bestselling writer best friend Condie stated, "Ashton's beautiful storytelling and strong-on-her-own-terms major personality set this one aside. Wonderful!"--Nikki needs to shuttle in the course of the underworld to be reunited with the affection of her life.
Ever due to the fact that Nikki Beckett watched as her boyfriend, Jack, sacrificed himself to save lots of her, taking her position in the dead of night Tunnels of the Everneath for eternity, she's been dwelling a borrowed lifestyles. determined for solutions, Nikki turns to Cole, the immortal undesirable boy who desires to make her his queen--and the only individual least more likely to aid. yet his center has been touched by way of every thing approximately Nikki, and he concurs to aid within the merely manner he can: via taking her to the Everneath himself. Nikki and Cole descend into the Everneath, in simple terms to find that their trip can be more challenging than they'd anticipated--and extra lethal. yet Nikki vows to forestall at not anything to save lots of Jack--even if it potential making a big sacrifice of her own.
Inspired through the Persephone delusion, the pleasing first booklet during this sequence, Everneath, earned a VOYA ideal Ten of 2011 and a Whitney Award!
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The Treasures of Darkness: A History of Mesopotamian Religion. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1976. Anansasem (West African) I n the storytelling traditions of the people of Ghana, Benin, and the Ivory Coast, anansasem are spider stories, a class of folktales named such after the spider trickster Ananse. Ananse is said to have attained the title to all stories after winning a trial set on him by the sky god, Nyankomsem. Ananse was given three supposedly impossible tasks to accomplish, which he did, of course, by trickery.
Montalvo’s translation was a great success. Like modern fantasy epics, the story was spun into a series that followed the adventures of Amadis and those of his descendants. The series included twelve books, the success of which led to imitators. The Fantasy Fad One such imitation was written by the Spaniard Francisco Vázquez de Coronado. His initial work, Palmerin de Oliva, about a heroic knight, and its sequel, Primaleon, about the adventures of Palmerin’s son, were the ﬁrst of many such tales.
Verzeichnis der Märchentypen (The Types of the Folktale). FFC 3. Helsinki, Finland: Folklore Fellows Communications, 1910. Aarne, Antti, and Stith Thompson. The Types of the Folktale: A Classiﬁcation and Bibliography. FFC 74. Helsinki, Finland: Folklore Fellows Communications, 1961. Rausmaa, Pirkko-Liisa. ” In Biographica: Nordic Folklorists of the Past: Studies in Honor of Jouko Hautala. Ed. Dag Strömbäck, Brynjulf Alver, Bengt Holbek, and Leea Virtanen. Copenhagen, Denmark: Nordisk Institut for Folkedigtning, 1971.