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Hyde: an Urban Fantasy by [Stewart, Lauren]
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Hyde: an Urban Fantasy Kindle Edition

4.2 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in Hyde (3 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3168 KB
  • Print Length: 378 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Off the Hook Publishing (8 July 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008IVT0W2
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #412,296 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is a rare and wonderful book. As an unashamed bookslut I will read pretty much ANYTHING, and it's rare that I read a book which doesn't feel in some way like a re-hashing of something else.

'Hyde' is dark, snarky, violent, mysterious, tense and funny, with an unusual and unexpected love story at its heart.

Mitch and Eden could have been yet another cookie-cutter alpha/bad boy and ingenue couple, but the strengths and vulnerabilities of each make them relatable and empathetic despite the urban fantasy nature of the story.

There's gasp aloud moments aplenty in this book, and although it ends on a cliffhanger (which would normally have me incandescent with rage), the actual story arc of book one IS complete, and the teasers into book two are wholly unexpected and well done.

This book is NOT for you if you object to: rude language, fairly graphic sex, violence and plot twists.

If you want to read something fresh, exciting and completely gripping and can deal with all of that. I can't recommend it highly enough. Five emphatic and slightly overexcited stars :-)
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It's ok
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I have never read anything by this author before but after reading this book i shall. I was captivated from the first chapter and could not put this down. I am an extremely slow reader, and it takes me a very long time to read a book, but this took me 2 days to completely read.
I found the characters to be very relatable and realistic and the story line intriguing and quick paced.

I would HIGHLY recommend it and have already told most of my friends to get it.

Trust me, amazing book!
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Loved it, some many twists and turns as the story went on. So many secrets and lies from both our hero (not that he would call himself that) and heroine to sort through, and a nice cliff hanger for the next book which I'm going to buy right now. And the sarcasm, I love a book that makes you giggle and everyone around you wondering what your laughing at.
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I loved this book,a real twist on the original. Once I started reading it I couldn't put it down and considering I don't do romance in a book,even that didn't make me want to stop reading.If you want something different to read,have a go at this.But be aware it is a trilogy not a stand alone
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By Yvonne on 5 Jan. 2014
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I put off reading this book for several weeks after I downloaded it because, for some reason, I wasn't sure if it would like it. The blurb didn't quit do it for me and I thought this book was going to be completely different, but it obviously interested me enough to download it.
Once I had read a couple of chapters I knew I liked it, and once I was about a quarter through it I loved it! It is well written and has a great storyline full of romance (not the instant mushy kind), mystery, murder and intrigue. It was great. I read a lot and a large amount of the books I read are PNR's so it was refreshing to read one that strayed away from vamps, werewolves, fairies etc, without being completely rubbish as I have found a lot of others to be.
The main characters were strong, and although the lead male isn't always nice, you read from his point of view and see why is how he is and the genuine reasons behind his actions. I already recommended this book to someone before I finished it and I will recommend it to others as well.
Now to download parts 2 and 3 ;)
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Like the title suggests this book is an adaptation of the novella, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. What I found most interesting about it is that not only are there characters with split personalities but the book itself (the writing) also has a Jekyll and Hyde feel to it. On the one hand, it is an intriguing page-turner of a novel with a great premise and on the other hand, as well as a weak plot, it has a nasty undertone that left me uncomfortable and unsure whether it was even okay to like it.

The 'Hyde' side:
(1) The central plot: If you are looking for a story similar to the original Jekyll and Hyde, chances are this book will be a let-down. It more resembles a love story of the 50 Shades Trilogy variety. With all the bad that is implied about Hyde and Chastity, mostly these so-called monsters spend their time getting naked, talking dirty and trying to entice the other (in their Jekyll form) to have kinky sex with them. Okay it's dark behaviour but hardly monstrous.
Eden and Mitch are too busy rubbing each other the wrong way to pay attention to the crucial stuff. Why are notes left for Eden from a third party telling her Mitch can help her? Who wrote them? How did Eden break through a wall to escape her apartment? How come her room mate, Carter, didn't hear her breaking through the wall? (He is on medication is not an acceptable answer.) Who has the power to stop the police investigating Mitch's sister's murder? Who would want to? Is it a coincidence that both Hyde and Chastity were present on the night Shelly died? Admittedly, some of these questions do enter Mitch's mind, but they exit it again soon after. You can't help but come to the conclusion he's not the sharpest tool in the box.
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