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Imp Forsaken (Imp Series Book 5) by [Dunbar, Debra]
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About the Author

Debra Dunbar primarily writes dark fantasy, but has been known to put her pen to paranormal romance, young adult fiction, and urban fantasy on occasion. She lives on a farm in the northeast section of the United States with her husband, three boys, and a Noah’s ark of four legged family members. When she can sneak out, she likes to jog and ride her horse, Treasure. Treasure, on the other hand, would prefer Debra stay on the ground and feed him apples. Connect with Debra Dunbar on Facebook at DebraDunbarAuthor, on Twitter @Debra_Dunbar, or at her website.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1432 KB
  • Print Length: 354 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Anessa Books (15 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00GA0BX00
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,239 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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WOW. This book follows straight on from the last one so you must read the others first. The story follows Sam as she struggles to regain her strengths after the explosion that all but killed her at the end of the last one. Its a traumatic and difficult journey fraught with violence, politics and war and it is epic.

I think this book, unlike the others, should be classified as fantasy not urban fantasy as most of the book takes place in Hel or Aaru (heaven) and the plot involves mating relations with demons, a war between Elf kingdoms and a major conflict between the angels. This may not appeal to some but it is done really well and the fantasy elementa are both refreshingly original and fascinatingly well thought out. Dunbar's world and lore are so in depth, it is easy to believe and relish the races, places and interaction between them.

Note to readers, a lot of this book is written from Gabriel, an angel's perspective and not Sam's so it is a bit different and I found thr Gabriel sections difficult to read. This was partly because they were full of in depth observations and reflections from the angel devoid of Sam's usual sense of humour and delicious wickedness. It was also partly because Gabriel was basically going over all the same details of the plot from the previous book which we the reader already know as he investigates the ongoing angel breeding plot. I felt it was unnecessary honestly that he spent half the time just finding out what Gregory could have told him in one scene. But toward the end it got releveant and interesting.

Overall the Gabriel parts were hard to slog through because the Sam parts were just so riveting that I was dying to get back to her story every time and found the Gabriel parts a bit of an annoying interruption.
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This book brought together all aspects of the previous books and had a great ending. As such I felt any further books in the series would spoil the storyline and would be dull in comparison. You can only take so much of a series before the story naturally draws to a close, and this book did it beautifully.

A great end to a great story.
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I've been enjoying this series the last few days and I was sad to see that book 5 is currently the last available. All the same I decided to read it and suffer waiting for another book. At first I thought this book was a little slower paced, but it soon picked up and wow, what an ending. I'm really excited to see what comes next and don't know how I'm going to manage to wait for the next to be written (please let there be a next!).

Great series all the way through and would recommend to all urban fantasy fans.
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What to say this I thought was the end of a brilliant series but Debra Dunbar left it open for more. This time the imp is back in Hel but not as she was. Read the rest it's a great read with quite a few surprises.
Well deserved 5 stars
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Although I slightly despaired at the way Sam/Az/Ha-satan has gradually given up some of her demoness through the series to become more of a conventional good guy she is still a strong character and the twists she navigates are well thought out. My only real complaint is that it's over with several ends left unravelled still. Perhaps there will be another one and I can dive right back into this colourful, different world.
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I'm tempted to put 4 stars for this book since there are parts where Debra Dunbar makes it MUCH clearer how much demons are typically uncaring and vicious in Hel.

However I did like this book. It introduces a new character and gives that character room to grow without penalizing the established characters.

I loved the ending, particularly when Sam faces the Elf King for the last time. I would have like to see what happens when she makes it back to Wyatt, but since there is going to be a 6th book I guess it will come up then.
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This series of books I found immensely enjoyable. Although there are elements that have been absolutely done to death (romance between an angel and the normal/devilish female lead), this story felt fresh, and I found the style and skill of the author a pleasure.

Highly recommended.
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I read a lot of urban fantasy and this series was a refreshing change. As other reviewers have pointed out, it differs from the standard "girl with issues" template in so much UF. It's a very entertaining read and you grow to really love the main character as you follow her progression through the books. And I loved the take on elves!

My only quibble is that the editing could have been a bit tighter, but otherwise if you're looking for something a bit different, try this series out.
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