I'm not sure whether or not I hate Julie Kagawa right now. She has a gift of making her worlds and characters realistic. She also has a gift of ripping your heart out of your chest and smashing it into little pieces because of those tear-inducing pages she calls an ending.Allison is looking for Kanin, the vampire that turned her. In Immortal Rules, he has been captured, but we didn't focus on that a lot. On her way, she finds Jackal, her Blood Brother, and the two decide to work together.I mentioned in a previous review how annoying it was to write a five star review, because I usually focus on a book's faults more than I do benefits. In The Eternity Cure, I could find little to no faults, so this will probably be a short review.I completely adore Allison. I like her so much I'm hosting her for the YA Fiesty Female Tourney. I mean, she uses a katana. How many YA heroines do you know that can use a weapon, let alone fight?The bottom line is that this series is amazing, and you should definitely read it. Seriously, if you haven't read Immortal Rules, go out and buy it.