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The Unforgiven by [Rose, A. Katie]
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When the moon and the sun
Are joined as one,
From tears of strife, from the bitter ashes,
From sorrow and from rage
That what was once parted
Shall again be one.

First Captain Vanyar: Disgraced. Outlawed. Haunted by the chilling murder of his own men, he is consumed by guilt and knows he can never find redemption for his crimes. The most talented Shape-Shifter ever born, only he can save Princess Iyumi from a Witch’s evil, and help her find the child of prophecy. But his Atani brothers, seeking justice for the slaying of Vanyar’s unit, plan his private execution against the King’s orders.
Princess Iyumi: She is the legendary “She Who Hears”, the voice of the gods, and the gods’ chosen tool. Only she knows where to find the child spoken of in the ancient prophecy, the child who will unite two warring countries and protect the world of magic from obliteration. Caught between two warring men, only her love is hers to give, to offer to the only man she ever wanted.
Prince Flynn: Despised by his own people, cruelly abused by his father, he fights to hide his magical gifts from those who would slay him for possessing them. By blood and by fire, he gains a terrible power, and condemns his own soul. He must find Princess Iyumi and the child, and bring them to his father’s mistress, the Red Witch. Or the only people who ever mattered to him, his mother and his sister, will die.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3732 KB
  • Print Length: 560 pages
  • Publisher: House Anderson Publishing (2 March 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #442,839 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars I felt like the author was trying a little too hard 20 January 2017
By Melissa McLeod - Published on
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The Unforgiven starts out a little wordy, while it had me chuckling, I felt like the author was trying a little too hard. Also at first I was thinking, this book is going to go nowhere if the whole book was like that. But after the first few pages it really picked up. I really enjoyed reading this book and while it makes a great stand alone book I was kind of sad that I won't be reading more about these characters. I really came to enjoy them.

There are two kingdoms who fear and hate each other. The humans fear magic and teach their kids to fear and hate it. While the other kingdom is all magical, shape shifters, griffins, centaurs, and other mythical creatures. Both have heard of the prophecy of the child that will forever unite their kingdoms. And both are fighting to find the child first. Vanyar, a shapeshifter, goes with his commander Malick the centaur, to protect princess Iyumi on their journey to find the prophesied child. Meanwhile, Flynn, the prince of the human kingdom is commanded by his father to go kidnap the princess, find the child and bring them both back home.

There was a lot of action, humor, and emotion throughout the whole book which really helps you connect with the characters and really like you're seeing them as your reading. This was a great book that I would definitely recommend.
4.0 out of 5 stars A little wordy at times but overall a fun little fantasy romp 9 February 2017
By Stuart C. - Published on
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A. Katie Rose's 'The Unforgiven' starts off a little longwinded on the writing but when you get past the first couple of pages it really seems to come together.

The premise of the novel pits two kingdoms against one another, one who loves magic and one which fears it and is home to not just humans but other mystical animals as well. There is a prophecy of a child who will unite the two kingdoms and whoever's side the child is on will clearly be the winning side so everyone is after him.

Some of the other reviews stressed issues with formatting though I did not come across that, at least in the cloud reader.

The writing style itself gave off a lot of action and was surprisingly quite humorous in parts. I'd recommend this to fantasy readers looking for something different but not entirely new as some of the ground covered here is the same fantasy tropes you'll see elsewhere. That isn't a bad thing by any means, just not a work to find something completely new in.
3.0 out of 5 stars Different, but still a good read. 15 February 2017
By Stephanie - Published on
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I actually loved this book because it wasn’t only long, but it was something that grabbed my attention. If you like sci-fi or shifter novels this is for you. It’s a little slow in the beginning, but it picks up towards the middle and holds steady throughout the rest of the book. It will take you a while to read a bone which is why I loved it so much. There was so much detail that the book had to be long enough to cover it all. There was so much going on in the book that it was sometimes hard to follow it for a brief second and then it was easy to pick back up and realize where everything was going. There is a battle in the book that made the story what it is. You don’t even realize what's happening has an impact on the ending, but it does. You might think you have an idea of where the story might go, but I can promise you that you'd be completely wrong.
5.0 out of 5 stars A book worth reading! 18 January 2017
By Gali - Published on
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I loved the book very much! This was one of the best fantasy books I've read in recent times, and I read a lot! The story was filled with constant action and I could not stop turning the pages to see what would happen next. If you are looking for a great fantasy that will have you scrambling for more, "The Unforgiven" fits the bill perfectly. The characters are impressive (I loved them), the plot is exciting and the writing is superb! I highly recommend it!
4.0 out of 5 stars The truth comes to light. 28 May 2016
By Patsy Goins - Published on
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I gave this book a four star rating because it is a very good book that kept me interested from start to finish. Van is blamed for the deaths of shoulders under his command. He gets a chance to make amends which might cost him his life but things are not always as they seem.