Betrayal

Betrayal

Gillian Shields / Sep 17, 2019

Betrayal There are the small betrayals the unkind word the petty lies And there are the betrayals that break hearts destroy worlds and turn the strong sweet light of day into bitter dust When Evie Johnson s

  • Title: Betrayal
  • Author: Gillian Shields
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  • There are the small betrayals the unkind word, the petty lies And there are the betrayals that break hearts, destroy worlds, and turn the strong sweet light of day into bitter dust When Evie Johnson started at Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies, her life changed in ways she couldn t possibly have envisioned the discovery of her link with Lady Agnes, her specialThere are the small betrayals the unkind word, the petty lies And there are the betrayals that break hearts, destroy worlds, and turn the strong sweet light of day into bitter dust.When Evie Johnson started at Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies, her life changed in ways she couldn t possibly have envisioned the discovery of her link with Lady Agnes, her special bond with Helen and Sarah, and their sisterhood in the astonishing secrets of the Mystic Way Above all, Evie s love for Sebastian has turned her world upside down.Now Evie returns to Wyldcliffe for another term and danger Surrounded by enemies, she lives every day in fear that Sebastian will fall into the darkness of servitude to the Unconquered Lords The Wyldcliffe coven is plotting to destroy Evie and use Sebastian to secure their own immortality Evie and her sisters must master the power of the Talisman before it is too late But could it be Sebastian himself who will ultimately betray Evie In this companion to Gillian Shields s dazzling Immortal, magic and sweeping romance cross the bounds of time to deliver heart stopping emotion and suspense.

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        Gillian Shields was born and brought up in Yorkshire, in the north of England As she grew up, she had two passions books and theater Gillian s love of books led her to read English at St Catharine s College, Cambridge After university she studied acting in London She then taught in a drama school, the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts, for several years, becoming Vice Principal She recently taught English and Drama at Beechwood Sacred Heart, a girls boarding school.Having children gave Gillian an excuse to carry on reading children s books, as well as a motivation to write them She has a son and a daughter, and is married to Brian, who works for the New York Times Media Group.Hobbies, Interests, and EnthusiasmsI am currently learning Italian or trying to and have a secret fantasy about going to live on the beautiful island of Sicily one day, and having a little stone house with a lemon tree in the garden, and a view of the blue, blue sea I am lucky, though, because I do live in a fantastic part of England, full of soft green fields and rolling hills and cottages that date back four hundred years I like to go for long walks and see the changes that the seasons bring, and I try to imagine how it all must have been years and years ago, and how the people lived I was brought up in the north of England which is much rugged and wild the backdrop to Immortal I also enjoy being in the city although I wouldn t want to live there all the time, it s fun to go window shopping or to big new exhibitions or shows, or just hang out in a coffee shop with a cappuccino and a notebook and watch the busy world go by Something I enjoy is painting I have taken quite a few art classes and find it very creative to work with paint and charcoal and images instead of words, though somehow I can t help adding bits of poetry and scraps of words into my paintings, too When I was at school, I was completely obsessed by the Pre Raphaelites, and I love the way their art is so intertwined with poetry and stories My best friend is an artist and she is incredibly inspiring to me.I hate cooking but love the idea of being a good cook and welcoming all my friends and family to delicious meals So I have lots of beautiful cookery books but I never get past the first couple of recipes Every so often I get madly enthusiastic all over again, but it doesn t last When I am writing, I can t listen to music I find it too distracting, but I love to listen to the radio when I am driving I listen to pop music in the morning and classical music in the afternoon That just seems right somehow My son is really into music, so I enjoy sharing his enthusiasms At the moment we are listening to Eminem, Akon, NDubz, Chipmunk, Kanye West, plus Greenday, Michael Jackson the list goes on My current absolute favorite is Paolo Nutini.Another interest I have is this amazing charity called The Smile Train which carries out operations for disadvantaged children born with harelip cleft palate Sometimes I feel I don t realize how lucky I am, and so it s good to try and do something to help a child on the other side of the world who isn t so lucky My family also tries to support Sightsavers International, who do simple cataract operations to restore the sight of hundreds of people in the developing world.On a self indulgent note, I love to get to the theater whenever I can, and to the ballet, which I adore In another fantasy life I would definitely be a ballerina I can t imagine getting through a day without reading or writing I know it sounds a complete cliche, but there it is I go to a writers workshop once a week to meet other writers and exchange ideas and read work in progress, and that is hugely important to me And every spare minute of the time at home I am reading, reading, reading What would we do without stories EducationSt Catharine s College, Cambridge University MA in Englis


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    1. The cover says:"Your Heart tells you to trustYour head tells you to run."I wish i would have listened to my head! I should've put this book down and Run Forest Run!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Doing this would have been less painful than reading This Garbage!I'm going to follow the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto youI'm telling you right now, DO Not read this book!More Graphics Comment click here. I'm such a little Angel ;)


    2. I just finished this book and I know that the ending will stay with me for days to come. It is one of those endings that completes the story (whether or not you like it). It ends the story as it is meant to be ended and yet still breaks your heart. I love this book for everything that it stands for and for everything that people will learn from it. Life is precious and yet you should always live life to its fullest. Embrace heartache and love and pain and joy. I recommend this book for those who [...]


    3. their love become stronger even as evie, separated from sebastian, tried to find a cure for him. reading the entries of sebastian's diary made me sad because he was dying and his last memory of her was fading, still he wanted to protect her. i don't like josh. he has no business butting into evie and sebastian's relationship. it would have been better if he fall for sarah, who wanted his attention. he and evie made a horrible pair. in the end, evie and sebastian found out that agnes's real power [...]


    4. This is a not-so good book.The series wasn't that strong and it lack a lot of things. It has a great potential but the author blew it.I couldn't feel the romance between Sebastian and Evie. It's just difficult to follow. It's like they were not really meant to be together. What's annoying is that Evie is just so desperate to find answers and for me, it seems like she just used her sisters for her own benefit. Seriously. She didn't even consider others and she just want to make out with Sebastian [...]


    5. Trust me, stick to the first one! All Evie and Sebastian talk about is how much they miss and love each other for 3/4ths of the book. It's annoying! I still don't like Sebastian, the cute stable guy is much more likeable. Sebastian does a 180 followed by a 360 in his personality! Skip his "private letters" they repeated what Evie has already said! All the flaws in the first book, become maddening in the sequel! I strongly dislike this book!


    6. Summary:Picking up where the first book ended, Evie and her friends attempt to find a way to free Sebastian from the pact he made over a century ago. As Evie struggles to learn the secrets of the Mystic Way, Sebastian rapidly degenerates and begins to descend into darkness. Complicating things for Evie is the evil sisterhood hoping to gain power through their bond with Sebastian. Evie knows she must win this race against time, or lose Sebastian forever.Rating: 3 1/2 starsReview:In some ways this [...]


    7. When Evie returns to Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies for another term full of magic and danger, all she wants to do is save Sebastian, her love, from the fate he has brought on himself. On the way back, she meets Harriet, a young girl who clings to Evie innocently - except for her flashes of temper and dangerous sleepwalking habits. The Coven of Sisters, who are Sebastian's followers and helped him earn with his fate, are determined to secure immortality, at any cost. Evie must suffer t [...]


    8. Betrayal is better than Immortal. I think I might give Betrayal a raise ever since Gillian Shields killed off Oh. Sorry. Spoilers. But if you do want to know, then read the next paragraph in parentheses. If not, then skip the paragraph. Spoilers are never kind on the soul or heart. Or the mind. The mind always tend to remember the most annoying things of all details.(Sebastian dies. Can we open the bottle yet?)After that wonderful plot twist, I think I can relax now. However, I still remain disa [...]


    9. I read the first book a lllloooonnnngggg time ago, way before I was a blogger. I liked it and when Waldenbooks (AKA Borders) went out of business, I end up picking up this book. I hoped that since the first book fell a little flat for me, the sequel will pick up.Plot: This plot remains the same as the first with a few differences. Evie is back at the border school, picking up what is left of her life. We all know that in a border school no secrets stay hidden. And before you know it, Evie is bac [...]


    10. YAY! Josh is in this book more!Besides thaT, the book is similar to the first. While good, I find some things irritating:-Gypsies: I did not know that they still existed, and I find that they just happen to be there odd.-Miss Scratton: I won't give away the big thing here, but it seems that Gillian Shields just made something up to make it seem plausible that she would be helping. It was a plot twist that was just dropped on me and I found it annoying.-Harriet: How does a person possess a person [...]


    11. Betrayal This book was far better than the last book. I really liked the dairy of Sebastian. It was absolutely wonderful reading his pov. The romance and good writing keeps you going. The suspense was kept in till very end which made it more interesting compared to previous part. What's good. This book shows us what does a true love mean. To what extent can someone go to save his love. What's badThe book is very rushed at the areas where we require more details when fighting against coven and st [...]


    12. I really, really, really liked Immortal, and I thought this was brilliant until Josh came into the picture. I wasnt happy about him as a possible love intrest, but i figured that a) Evie's whole 'one true love' mentality would win out and that b) she wouldnt do that to her friend, who obviously really liked him. Looks like I was wrong on both accounts as she not only screws over Srah, her 'soul sister' but she muderers the love of her life. And then walks off into the sunset (literally) with the [...]


    13. Don't get me wrong, this was a good book. My mom read the book before I did, and she started to cry a bit towards the end, and kept saying "It's good, it just doesn't end how you want it too.", so from the beginning of the book I knew it wasn't going to work out. I'm glad that Sebastian didn't become a demon; I'm glad he and Evie got to spend one last day together, but when they talked about all the things they would do when they got older, and thier children it was just depressing. Trust me, if [...]


    14. The storyline looked so promising. Evie, A haunted academy, an evil coven, a secret love that combs through time as an immortal but has now been bound to be devoured by a demon, puzzles to unlock, and a talisman that links it all. Say that really fast. I felt as though at times I had to force myself to stick with this book. Unfortunately, Ms. Shields can create amazing sentences and paragraphs, just to leave you hanging wanting for that magic again for another chapter or two to find it again. If [...]



    15. So boring, I was having a difficult time reaching the end of the book. And I mean, *SPOILER* the story looses everything when Sebastian dies. He was the one making me read it in the first place. Then he died and BOOOM, I'm not even reading the next two books.


    16. As I have mentioned previously, I have a habit of going to the library that my mom works at and getting a giant stack of books and then slowly reading through them while interspersing my own books periodically in between. This way I am able to read books that are more recent releases as well as my own TBR which is mostly backlist books (because of my financial situation at the moment, I am not able to buy many books so I don’t have many new releases on my shelf. Thank God for libraries!). Anyw [...]




    17. Se há coisa que eu raramente faço é desistir de um livro e por isso, embora o primeiro título da série Imortal não me tenha convencido, lá dei eu uma oportunidade a Traição - e ainda bem que o fiz. Embora esta narrativa continue a ser de um género literário restritivo, para um público-alvo específico, são notáveis consideráveis melhoras no seu enredo e existe, definitivamente, uma interessante motivação relativamente ao desenvolvimento da história e aos seus intervenientes, de [...]


    18. Plot: This is the sequel to Immortal and I was excited to finally get my hands on Betrayal. I was a bit confused when I started to read it. I haven't read Immortal in almost a year and Betrayal took some time to recount what happened. Evie would just say that she couldn't believe what happened and how horrible she felt for what she had done and I'm staring at the book trying to remember what happened in Immortal. I did, however, love the concept of the book. It was a nice take to see the heroin [...]


    19. Betrayal is the companion novel to Immortal by Gillian Shields. The story continues by following Evie Johnson and her sisters, Sarah, Helen, and Lady Agnes as they fight to heal Sebastian James Fairfax from the darkness through the Mystic Way.From Evie's first days at Wydecliffe Abbey school for Young Ladies she realizes that things are not as they seem. Now starting the second term of the year 16 year-old Evie has found that she cannot trust anyone but her sisters and possibly one teacher, Miss [...]


    20. Betrayal Katherine Tegen Books, 2010, 357 pgs $16.99Gillian Shields ISBN: 0061375845Evie Johnson, a teenager who attends Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies had a surprise last semester. She discovered that she was apart of something that’s beyond normal. She had the power to control the element of water. Herf friends or Sisters, had the element of Fire and Water. They were destined to meet and destroy the evil dark magic that the mistresses of the school had possessed just to lo [...]


    21. Thank heaven, I have finally finished this book. And if I thought that Immortal was bad, Betrayal is so much worse. I only finished it because I hate having unfinished books and series. And I definitively won't read third and fourth. I hate reading this series so much that I decide to create the bookshelf: "hall of hell". This book is just so cheesy, characters are flat and I don't care what will happen with them next. I know that there are fans of this series, but I don't recommend it. Seriousl [...]


    22. I just finished this book and though I 'liked' the first IMMORTAL book, but I had a lot of high expectations for BETRAYAL. Unfortunately, I was utterly disappointed in this novel, not because of the novel's writing - since that was very well done, but because the storyline seemed pointess, especially in its ending. From the beginning towards the middle cut of the book it had started off great, you know - it was all fast paced just the way I like it, but as the middle cut passed through I felt th [...]


    23. I was kind of disappointed with this book. This is the sequel of Immortal. I was disappointed to find out that this book is not that interesting as the other one. Though I love all the magic involved and the sisterhood between Helen, Sarah and Evie, still I want something more. I want to know more about Sebastian.I love the twists of this book. Those mistresses that was involved in the coven, Harriet, Miss Scratton being a guardian (though at first I was furious to find out that she betrayed Evi [...]


    24. It seems like the series is only getting better, even though I had a rough start. The first few chapters seemed a bit boring and dragged out, but once events started to happen, it instantly drew me in again. The first book was a bit more exciting, but Betrayal is more mature with more inner development of the character, which was very nice to see. I look forward to reading the third book in this incredable series. Betrayal is more mature with inner/mental development of the beloved heroine, Evie [...]


    25. Gillian Shields continues Evie Johnson's journey through her past to save her future at Wyldcliffe Abbey. But Evie Johnson is not just trying to save her own future, she is trying to save the future of her new found sisters, Helen and Sarah, and true love, Sebastian. In her journey to find a cure to keep Sebastian from forever becoming part of the darkness, Evie also learns more about her past and the past of the Talisman. She also learns who is her enemy and who she can trust. Gillian Shields' [...]


    26. "Your real power's love, isn't it?"A great follow up to Immortal. Surprising, suspenseful and shall I say a bit disappointing?? Don’t get me wrong, the story was great filled with all the artful details as was in the first book however the outcome was not what I had expected and left me feeling a little empty. Once again we spend our time with Evie, Helen and Sarah. These “sisters” are fun and inspiring with just the right amount of awkward imperfection. Gillian again enriched us with such [...]


    27. Looking back on my review of the first book in this series, I'm not sure if I was being overly harsh or if what I said really had been the case. The review I gave went along the lines of: rushed at times, slow at others; characters weren't fleshed out, etc I'd have to read the book again to see if that were the case, or if I was just in a bad mood at the time, lol. Nevertheless, this second book was pretty great. And none of my earlier criticism of the first book apply to the second.The pacing o [...]


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