There are gods among us…
Six young gods are hiding in plain sight among mortals, living secretly in cities across the world. From lavish penthouse soirees to pulsing underground clubs, for them, the party literally never ends. Until now.
On a hot June morning, the body of a beautiful girl is found floating in the rooftop pool of the Jefferson Hotel, her white-ink tattoos revealing the story of a life much longer than seems possible. Only the immortals know the truth: Nadia was the goddess of hope. Now she’s gone, and the world as they know it is ending. The Hudson River has turned blood red. Storms rage overhead. Mania is rapidly spreading across the globe.
It is up to the remaining gods—Lola, Dean, Weston, Mark, Nike and Peitha—to put aside centuries of betrayal and heartbreak, and stop the mysterious source of darkness that is taking over… before the sun sets forever.
Eternal Night very much lived up to my expectations! It had a pleasant writing style, and fast paced plot lines. I feel like the author is just starting to develop her writing style, but it was not entirely distracting. This is definitely a series/author I am excited to see mature and grow throughout the book community. Though the beginning started out a bit slow for my liking, it picked up eventually! It took me awhile to be interested in the book, but once I became connected with the characters, I enjoyed it! Personally, I feel as if the whole plot line of “ancient gods amongst modern civilization” has bee overused, ever since the Percy Jackson trend. BUT, Eternal Night gave it a great reboot, and really got me interested in the genre again! Overall, this is a great read.