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The Unleashed (The Undelightened Book 2) by [Deyo, Bentz]
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Leam Holt has done the unthinkable. He’s saved Harbing from utter destruction by consuming the toxin that was intended for the entire town and he’s rescued Eloa’s father from Darkness Headquarters.

But at what cost? Stricken by the poison and unable to remember who he is or access his Light side, Leam is captured by Gideon. Surrounded by evil, Leam revels in his undiluted Dark power and connects with other violent and corrupt kids, especially the bold and gorgeous Rylan. Still, Leam struggles to piece together his memories, including those of the beautiful Eloa, whom he discovers is in grave danger.

While forces of Light work to free Leam, the world is thrown into turmoil. The battle over the prophet, the person who will lead the world into complete Darkness or Light, is heating up, and Leam’s role in the war grows murkier.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1106 KB
  • Print Length: 364 pages
  • Publisher: Third Floor Publishing, LLC (13 January 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01N2YE1SU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #513,360 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Battle of Dark and Light continues 21 January 2017
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This is the second book in the Undelightened series and it was definitely worth the wait. Leam, our hero, grapples with his place in this world of Dark and Light. Like the first book in this series, the writing was exceptional, and the story this time was even more compelling with exciting and completely unanticipated twists and turns. I was pleasantly surprised. I think I actually liked this book better than the first book in the series. Fast-paced and beautifully told. I know writers don't like to hear "when's the next one coming out?" just after you finished the second one, but, when's the next one coming out?
5.0 out of 5 stars Fast-paced and original 19 January 2017
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I really enjoyed this second book in the Undelightened Series. Both books were exciting and twisted in a good way. You can’t easily predict what’s going to happen and the author managed to surprise me with some of the trials that Leam endures—and I do read a lot of YA fantasy. I thought the fight and action scenes were neat and relevant to the story, not just thrown in for cool imagery...though the imagery IS cool.

The Unleashed is about the conflict between good and evil, and the people who secretly direct these forces - influence individuals and world events. The main character, Leam, is caught between Light and Dark, pulled apart by different memories and connections with people. The concepts of heroism and courage are turned on their head as Leam struggles to understand his role in a growing battle.

A great read for people who want something original and fast-paced.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It is an awesome book keeps you wanting more . 15 February 2017
By Christina Marchido - Published on
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I choose the 4* rating because I could not put the book down and wanting more .
There are no comment on likes or dislikes because there are more books to the series to look forward to reading and not wanting to put down
I would definitely recommend this book.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars While normally I would like the second book in a series less than I ... 26 February 2017
By Flavia - Published on
4.5 stars.

While normally I would like the second book in a series less than I liked the first one, The Unleashed was an exception! I, in fact, liked it more than the first book! This is not to say that the first book was not good, but rather that some of the things which had been set up in book 1, were developed further, or completed in book 2. IT was very satisfying.

Another thing which I wanted to note was that this book clicked better with me in an emotional sense as well. There were a few portions where I was quite on the edge due to events taking place, or holding the book out in front of me so as to avoid damaging the pages with tears. The writing was more engaging as well, and the pacing was steady and with more action. And the plot was also unpredictable (which those of you who have read my past reviews will know that I always appreciate), as well as complex and entertaining.

Now, I am in no way saying that you should all skip book 1 in order to get to book 2, because the second book will not make sense without what The Undelighened has set up for us (regarding the world, the magic system, the characters, etc.) And again, I did enjoy the first book a lot too. I just happened to enjoy this one a little more.

Another positive thing which I wanted to point out, was that I noted a lot of character development taking place, and that character interactions and relationships were just a pleasure to read about. Dialogue was also written effectively, and used adequately to help in setting the mood or tone for particular scenes.

Overall I recommend this book (and this series, in fact) to those who like to read urban fantasy, enjoy a unique magic system, like reading about the battle between Dark and Light, and like plots which keep them engaged and intrigued throughout!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Precarious situation in Harbing 3 January 2017
By Leif Garrett - Published on
I eagerly read through The Unleashed after getting an advanced reader copy. The first book of the series left with a major cliffhanger to deal with and I was rewarded as the action kicked up right away. It's a departure from the more measured pace of the first book where the stage is being set but my mind quickly shifted into high gear once I started reading.

I found it fascinating to get a good picture of the inner workings of the darkness and in particular their vile leader, the feared Gideon. While despicable, I kind of found myself rooting for them as the pendulum definitely swung their way. I suppose this is being a fair weather fan, but having an adversary that's easy to hate isn't all that engaging. Porlo especially starts to show some dimension and has an agenda that made me think a bit and piqued my interest.

While on the other side things aren't looking so hot for the light and Sebastian is using every trick in the book to try and get things back to normal. While the action was moving at a steady pace there was a good deal more detail on the light was setup and how the the rules of their organization work. Qing while an unknown player at the light headquarters is a crucial new character. I found myself laughing, possibly at, Qing a few times.

As much as I felt sucked in with the first book, The Unleashed drags you even further in. The characters are more developed and their motivations become more clear while Leam is more conflicted than ever. Deyo has struck a good balance between action, character development, and plot complexity and it was hard to put down!