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The Hunted (The Abandoned Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
C.J. Hart (Also known as Renee Swann and Renee Shearer.)
Renee Shearer writes young adult fiction under the name of C.J. Hart. Renee is a full-time writer who lives in Sydney, Australia, with a crazy pooch named Abbey and a boisterous, somersaulting rescue budgie named Kaleb. Her days are spent living in her fictional worlds and consuming way too much caffeine. She has an (unhealthy?) obsession with all things cupcake- and coffee-related plus Kerouac and YA dystopia/fantasy books. Renée can often be found surrounded by books, marathoning crime shows and munching on vegan goodies, on Twitter (@Renee_Shearer), Pinterest, or dancing in a rainstorm.
Renée hopes to one day visit Rio and is currently learning Brazilian Portuguese.
Website: www.reneeshearer.com--This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B00S3EG16C
- Publisher : Clean Teen Publishing (31 March 2015)
- Language : English
- File size : 10916 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 311 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,629,139 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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It has suspense, and love, and an absolutely amazing Book boyfriend. You know you want it. You really do. I'm moving on to book two. <3
The story moves at a good pace, never a dull moment, and there is most plenty of action. There are still some unanswered questions about the past that I'm hoping get addressed in the next book. I'd really like to know more about Seb's childhood and what happened with his father. Is there only one skinwalker per family so that when the son becomes one the father can't change any longer? Did Cassie's mom know that the good doctor is the head hunter and if she did, what did she think about that? These characters are spun in such a way that they seem very real and it's easy to feel bonded to them. Cassie being horribly addicted to sugar is so easy to relate to and a fun part of her character. Can I just guess that they both run off to another state and start up a candy shop somewhere to support their habit?
The HUGE cliffhanger at the end must be addressed. That was just cruel! I read the last few lines of the book and then sat for a good five minutes in disbelief that it left off where it did. I'm dying to read the next book and don't know how I'll make it through the next few months until it comes out. Well played.
Also, why is Cass so okay hanging out with them when she knows they have eaten humans as meals in the past. Not now, they are reformed. I would have a serious problem with that. It is still murder. There is so much murder and okayness with it. I got fed up. Ash is sadistic A-hole and should be put down. I don't understand why he is not. Silver bullet to the brain and he would not have killed so many people. Cass is self absorbed which is super annoying. I came to hate her character. I had so many issues with this book, but I am trying to not give a lot of details. The second book is worse. I was hoping it would get better. I was wrong. These are my opinions only
And then everything changed. There is just so much contradiction regarding skinwalkers that I couldn't keep up with what was going on. How can someone who is terrified of them at the beginning, blow them off like they're nothing over and over again? There's more along those lines, but I'm not getting into spoiler territory.
There are a couple moments of redemption, but they're quickly over.
I really wanted to like this one, and I tried. But there's just too much about it that took me out of the story and frustrated me.
Although this one ends on a cliffhanger, I have no interest in continuing.