Aug 3, 2013

Review: Forgotten by Sarah J. Pepper






Title: Forgotten (Book #1 in The Fate Trilogy)
Author: Sarah J. Pepper
Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, God, Goddess
Page Count: 369
Publisher: Neximus Publishing

Summary~ 

Gwyneth’s chronicle began long before she witnessed her family being brutally murdered and lost her sight. Living as an orphan, her world is anything but black and white. She sees her vivid future that promises suffering and death. Cursed with these visions, Gwyneth pretends to be like everyone else, until a dangerously charismatic, young man walks into her life. From the moment Jace lays eyes on her, he refuses to believe Gwyneth is normal. He knows information about her past that only a psychopathic stalker could dig up. He reveals her dirty secrets. Unbeknownst details of Gwyneth’s former life unfurl.
Unsure of what to believe, Gwyneth searches for answers that lead to her inconceivable fate. However, the ancient truth she uncovers is more dangerous than any high school romance she’d bargained for. Gwyneth is drug into an inevitable battle brewing between immortal Gods and ageless Hunters – both of which have sworn to swear to kill her if deemed necessary.


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First thought when I started to read the book: She is blind. How is this going to work? Well Sarah made is work alright. I constantly forgot that Gwyneth was blind. She is independent, stubborn, and has a dark past. One she doesn't even know about. 

Through Gwyneth's flashbacks we see her past life, and the murder of her family (Which ties into the whole plot line.) It was confusing until the end when you found out who and what she is. The flash backs are of all different things that she thinks are going to happen in the future, but she eventually learns they happened in her past.  

My thoughts were really conflicted on this book. I liked it, then is confused me, then I didn't like it. But overall it was really well written with a interesting plot line. 

So Gwyneth was originally Denio who Jace killed (the reason is confusing) and all the other deity's took oath to find the faith sisters who are the strongest goddesses there are? Confusing. BUT when you read the second book in the series everything is easier to understand. 

I am going to end this review now. I have nothing more to say about the book other then I really really enjoyed it (and that I didn't sleep) 




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