Full review at: http://thebookshelfgargoyle.wordpress.com/2013/08/09/double-haiku-review-everlost-and-everwild/
It had been a couple of years since I'd read Everlost when I picked this one up, but I had hardly any trouble jumping straight back into the world of the Afterlights. There is a lot going on in Everwild and the action is fairly consistent although I found the first section featuring Allie, Mikey and Milos to be slower than I would have liked. While the cliffhanger ending certainly sets things up for a compelling finale to the series, I was a bit surprised by the sinister tone and events in the last few chapters, but perhaps I shouldn't have been knowing Shusterman's style. Overall, this was a solid middle book with enough new stuff to keep the plot moving, but not too much to remember and take in if it's been a while between reading book one and two.