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Forevermore by Cindy Miles
Transcript of Forevermore by Cindy Miles
In the supernatural fiction book, Forevermore, Ivy Calhorn's life has changed drastically when her mom marries a Scottish laird named Niall.Niall brings Ivy and her mom from South Carolina to live in a castle in the highlands of Scotland. Ivy isn't sure how to feel about the castle's creepy appearance. She soon becomes scared when her things start to levitate and she gets pushed and locked in a freezer when no one was around. She then meets Logan, a handsome ghost who haunts the castle and Ivy is attracted to. He attempts to scare Ivy out of the castle and tell her that something dark and evil is lurking there and is after Ivy. So now Ivy has to find a way to save her life and stop herself from falling in love with a ghost.
Questions to Consider
What is the theme of this book?
The theme is horror and romance
How does the protagonist change throughout the book?
Ivy changes throughout the book because at first she is quiet and shy at first and then she begins to make new friends and become more social.
"The freezer door is wide open now. I feel a rush of relief. Over Jonas's shoulder,in the kitchen, I see a movement. There's someone else there. A boy. A boy about my age. Dark, thick wavy hair and a loose white old-fashioned-looking shirt. Our eyes meet, and all i can think is "Wow, he is really cute." But he's frowning fiercely at me. I blink and he's gone.
Or was he ever there? (pg 49
I would recommend this book to girls 8th grade and up for horror and romance.