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- Listening Length: 8 hours and 17 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 26 Aug. 2014
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MFWRO3W
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Unborn: Unborn, Book 1 Audio Download – Unabridged
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Top Customer Reviews
This steady to fast paced plot keeps readers on their toes with lots of suspense and action. The author brings the story to life with well written scenes and details that capture the imagination and the strong compelling characters draw the reader deeper into the story while the well orchestrated suspense and excitement ensure that the reader wants to know everything about this intriguing woman and her new found friends.
There is some flirtation in the story…the kind that has sparks flying everywhere, but is that in anger or in passion…well that part is only just beginning so well have to wait to find out about that. But the reader can’t help but get caught up in this complicated and fascinating combination of mythologies that make up this world and the characters are an intriguing mix of personalities that demand the reader’s attentions.
The story is full of secrets that must be unraveled if Khara is to keep her soul and spine tingling anticipation builds as more is revealed about Khara and just what she is and the danger escalates throughout the story since evil has decided they want Khara on their side… or is that the true motivation behind all the attacks.Read more ›
Review from jeannie zelos book reviews
I’m not sure if this is just suffering from first book syndrome – where there’s so much being set for a series that the actual story gets lost in the world and character setting, or whether its just not a book to my taste. It sounded great, I love paranormal/fantasy romance, and it’s such an unusual setting. There’s parts of the Greek/Roman legends, and Gods and Goddesses from both, along with Angels both Dark and Light and some which seem to fall between the two, and then some oddities like the Gargoyles and the Soul Stealers and Breathers that prey on humans. We don't’ really see any normal human life or interaction here – its all centred around a very tight knit group of people who vow to protect and help Khara. I found it off-putting that they constantly bickered between themselves, there didn’t seem any real friendship or respect even though most of them were half brothers, being children of Ares, God of War. I’m more used to paranormals that work together because they like each other and respect their talents. Here it just seemed that fear of leader Sean was all that kept them going, even the twins didn’t act as brothers. Khara too seemed very odd, cold personality, un-emotional, and difficult to like. I get that she’s a product of her upbringing with Hades as a guardian and much of her life has been spent in the underworld, where she’d learned to be tough to keep herself alive. It made her a hard person to like though, and add in the brothers and the way I didn’t really know why they stayed together I found it difficult to enjoy the book. Its classes a Romance but we don’t get any real hint of that until a stolen kiss in the last few pages....Read more ›
Really enjoyed this start to a new series, some great characters and excellent world building made it a stonking good read.
Khara is taken from her home and thrown into Detroit where she meets her “family” and starts on a journey to discover her origins and understand her place in the world. She’s a great character to follow along with, clever and impulsively intuitive, she can come across as cold and uncaring yet she is very well drawn, a girl amongst many “brothers” who wants nothing more than to get back home. But it may not be that easy, and as the novel progresses the main character really comes into her own.
There is a fair bit of information to assmilate early on, and overall I would definitely say this is a “Part One” – setting the scene, fairly slow build up but very accessible reading and I found it to be a bit of a page turner despite the fact that it is not necessarily full of action. A great way to wet the appetite to find out more about the world Khara inhabits and what the heck is going on. Some clever little twists on mythology and a great sense of place when it comes to Detroit. Both worldly and other worldly at the same time I really thought the atmospheric writing style hit the spot and it engaged me from the start.
Overall then a very good read and I’ll look forward to reading the next one.
Happy Reading Folks!
Khara intrigued me, her brothers made me smile and Oz made me warm :) My favourite line... "You will know no other..... only me" gggrrrrrr!!!
Looking forward to book two.... pre-ordered and tapping my fingers WAITING.... just waiting
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had high hopes for this book but was very disappointed. I cared nothing for any of the characters and found it a durge to get through. Great concept boring narrative.Published 12 months ago by D. Sloan
Loved the story about Hades and fallen angels just my sort of thing the characters are bought to life so enjoyed this off to read the next one now byePublished 12 months ago by Kindle Customer
This is the kind of book I really love. I cannot wait to read the second book.Published 12 months ago by Liz Burrell
Overall an interesting start to a series. The author shows promise and I expect the next books to be better. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Bookish-Em
Started off fairly promisingly, but then the plot and the character development seemed to become rather haphazard. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Bod