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Broken: Number 6 in series (Women of the Otherworld) by [Armstrong, Kelley]
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Broken: Number 6 in series (Women of the Otherworld) Kindle Edition

4.6 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews
Book 6 of 13 in Women of the Otherworld (13 Book Series)
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* Book 6 in Kelley Armstrong's internationally bestselling supernatural series
* 'Kelley Armstrong is one of my favourite writers' Karin Slaughter

Synopsis

Book 6 in Kelley Armstrong's supernatural series marks the return of werewolf Elena Michaels from Bitten and Stolen. When half-demon Xavier calls in the favour Elena owes him, it seems easy enough - steal Jack the Ripper's 'From Hell' letter away from a Toronto collector who had himself stolen it from the Ripper evidence boxes in the Metropolitan Police files. But nothing in the supernatural world is ever as simple as it seems. Elena accidentally triggers a spell placed on the letter, and manages to tear an opening that leads into the nether regions of Victorian London. Toronto may be looking for a tourism boost, but 'Gateway to Hell' isn't quite the new slogan the city had in mind ...

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1160 KB
  • Print Length: 418 pages
  • Publisher: Orbit (4 Sept. 2008)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002TZ3E7K
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 47 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,294 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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After enjoying all of Kelly Armtrong's books, especially Bitten and Stolen I feel like I have been waiting for the third chapter in Elena's story for a life time.

Broken focuses on Elana Micheals the only known female werewolf in the supernatural world that coexists with the normal human world. Through the Women of the Otherworld series we have seen Elena refuse her werewolf status, accept it, reunite with mate Clay and be stolen and locked away in a laboratory and finally escape to live with the Pack (the werewolf clan).

This new adventure sees Elena help steal the infamous Jack the Rippr From Hell letter, and deal with her precnancy at the same time! As chaos ensues after the letter opens up a portal to Victorian England, Elena, Clay and the rest of te Pack race to close it and remedy the ailments it has caused.

This book shows that Kelly Armstrong is stronger than ever and is dveloping her characters to their fullest. Her writing is enigmatic which give the reader "I can;t put it down syndrome". The story is well paced and makes you keep reading right until the end. Twists and turns keep you interest as well as the further developing relationship of Elena and Clay which all Armstrong fans have been waiting for. Its great to see that the chemistry is still their and that they have become closer than ever.

For any fan this book is a must have and for anyone new to the otherworld series it is a great book to read.

A brilliant enstallment that will keep you hungry for more... Bring on more from this excellent author!
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Kelley Armstrong certainly hasn't lost her touch for setting the macabre amidst normality. Elena and Clay's story continues and this installment sees them attempting to close a portal to "Hell" that they accidently opened with a squashed mosquito! Zombie prostitutes with Syphallis, rabid rats, cholera and Jack the Ripper all nicely rolled together with Elena's advancing pregancy make for another unputdownable addition to the series.

It was nice to see that Elena and Clay whilst mellowing with age and impending parenthood into a happy couple are still freaky and screwed up enough for their lives to be nothing close to approaching normal. The story also has a very happy ending which pleased me no end. Maybe they will take a back seat for the foreseeable future and the next generation of werewolves will take the story forward.

Well worth the wait.

Check out Kelley Armstrong's website if you haven't already, the free online fiction is cracking.
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This is a fantastic book! I've always loved Kelley Armstrong's writing but found that I hadn't really clicked with Elena...until I read Broken. It has a bit of everything and I was torn between reading it slower, to make it last longer, and not being able to put it down! In the end I just couldn't stop reading and finished it wishing there was more because it was such a wonderful read.

You get to find out a bit more about one of the races, along with what's been going on with the pack since we last heard from Elena. The story in this one keeps you on the edge of your seat the whole way through, and I don't think there was one chapter that ended without me wanting to carry on to find out what happened next.

I'm really looking forward to the next Elena book now, which I know won't be for a few more years, but I can comfort myself knowing that book 7, even though from a different perspective, will be just as good.

If you already know and love Kelley's work then you'll love this one too. If you're looking for a new author to get hooked on then Kelley Armstrong is definately a good choice!
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Of all the Otherworld characters, I rather love reading Elena and Clay's stories. In this book Elena is asked to steal a letter and ends up letting Jack the Ripper loose in the streets of Toronto...oh and she's pregnant!
This book keeps you in suspense until all is revealed. Characters from the previous books appear as well, which helps build up the supernatural world. As the book is from Elena's point of view, you really get a sense of motherly protection towards her unborn child and her annoyance at Jeremy and Clay for being over cautious.
Admittedly, some parts were obvious to me and that left me shouting at their stupidity for not seeing this, but it didn't ruin the book for me!
Another great edition to this series.
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My favourite narrator of the series is back for book 6 in the otherworld series.

Elena is pregnant which, being the worlds only female werewolf, is unheard of and therefore has its complications. Such as the fact that Elena's pregnancy is progressing at an alarming rate and she is being plagued by dreams of miscarriage. In the middle of this however an old acquaintance Xavier (from Stolen) has been in contact and wants their help in stealing the infamous Jack the Ripper letter 'from hell'. Elena, desperate for a break from Claytons overprotectiveness, decides it is an easy enough job. That is until they accidentally open a time capsule and release a mysterious figure. Unfortunately prostitutes start being butchered, people disappear, rats go crazy with typhus and outbreaks of cholera are plaguing the city of Toronto. As much as they would like to ignore the problem, Elena is being stalked by the mysterious, knife wielding figure and they need to get home before not only Elena, but her twin babies are targeted.

I love the new tenderness in Elena and Claytons relationship. After over ten years of not letting herself love the man who turned her into a werewolf, she has finally accepted that her life is the way she wants it and the thought of having everything she ever wanted is almost in reach. Of course because of this, Elena's dream is threatened when she is at risk of losing her babies and Clayton. I also loved how Elena's character has become more fierce and determined to protect those she loves with impending motherhood. The book returns some old favourite characters in Nick, Antonio and Jamie and the plot is interesting, inventive and witty. Love this book!
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