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Bound Paperback – October 1, 2011

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About the Author

Lee was born in Canada, but now currently resides in Dorset in the UK. His humor is described as dry, and his wit that of a seasoned dog walker... Lee is happily married and has four beautiful children that he hopes will share his sense of humor. At just 25 years old Lee has a very long writing career in-front of him. Writing has been his passion from a very young age. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 346 pages
  • Publisher: Firefly & Wisp Publishing (October 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0982706219
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982706213
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.9 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,948,906 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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So I started out really enjoying the story, and to be fair i still do, but the book started to fall into what i like to call 'the whinny boneheaded hero' category. The hero is essentially super awesome with what appear to be bad@ass powers, however in an attempt to add...perhaps suspense the author choose for the story to progress from one clearly idiotic decision or whiney dialoged scene to another. then again im probably being to harsh, everyone else seems to like it.
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I'll keep this review straight forward and simple. Bound(Unleashed) was money flushed down the toilet.

The story is incredibly disjointed, there are no characters of any worth, and the protagonist is written as a simpering moron with no redeeming value whatsoever. I've never left a review on Amazon before, but felt it necessary to spread the word to potential victims of this work. It has joined the bare handful of books I've purchased but will never finish reading.

After looking at other reviews for this book, I am seriously beginning to call into question the validity of the reviewers. Too many absolutely glowing reviews for what is such an obviously flawed book. Well written and properly edited works do not get that kind of response. It doesn't make sense. Something fishy is going on...
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I enjoyed the book overall, but was appalled at the grammar, for example "waste" for "waist". These types of grammatical errors were throughout the book. The story was very interesting but a little convoluted largely due to the types of errors mentioned above.

I thought all books were edited by the publishers, but I have noticed this trend in a lot of the newer books especially.
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the book is ok mc has classic hero syndrome of blaming himself for other action and not really thing ahead or questioning things
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By Terapya on August 29, 2012
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The silliest book ever. It did not make any sense as if written by a 2yr. old. I could have overlooked the many typos, but the dialogue was, to put it mildly, atrocious. The plot was infantile. I do not recommend it even if it is free. It could have been a decent book "sans" the whining. 0/5
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By Tad on September 16, 2012
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I could overlook the somewhat disjointed story, but pair that up with horrible editing and you get something that is almost unreadable. The book is rife with misspellings and an excessive number of words that don't mean what the author thinks they mean. This made it impossible to concentrate on piecing together the overly complicated story.
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Firstly, Ursine is a smart ass, like myself, so I really connected with him. He's also incredibly loyal, thoughtful and just an overall cool guy. There were things that were said that had me cracking up, with tears in my eyes. The taker for me was when Ursine's mom asked was he gay. Oh, I laughed so hard!! But overall, this was a good book. A bit long, so you can't read it in one sitting, even though you'll  want to. Great read, definitely recommend it
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Unleashed #2...hurry up!

Bound by Lee Taylor was a fantastic read!
I read a TON of books, many YA or paranormal books, and can I just say THANK YOU MR. TAYLOR! A male POV!! I can tell you honestly, that I have a 16 year old son who reads (not a ton...stressing the 16 year old son part!) and he could not put it down! Sam, my "manchild", enjoys books by Shakespeare and Steinbeck, as well as Tolkien, and he was so excited to get his hands on Bound...he was immersed from the get go!

The humor in this book- right up my alley! The writing flowed and I never found myself stuck in a plotline anywhere. Mr. Taylor's writing is engaging and I had trouble putting Bound down.

This story, Ursine's story, is one of those that stays with you even when you're forced into such trivial things as sleep or eating...and those are the kind of stories I LOVE!!

If you haven't read BOUND yet, you NEED TO!! Lee Taylor is a name you want to remember.
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