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Untold (The Lynburn Legacy Book 2) Hardcover – September 24, 2013
Against the backdrop of an ancient battle between the forces of Light and the forces of Darkness, Aidan struggles to control the newly awakened and enigmatic powers that seem to be his only hope for rescuing Ava, his little sister, trapped somewhere beyond the Veil. Paperback | Kindle book | See more for Teen and Young Adult readers
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“Captures the reader with true magic: alluring, dangerous, fascinating, and breathtakingly real.”
—Esther Friesner, author of Deception’s Princess
“Fans of Maggie Stiefvater’s Wolves of Mercy Falls books need look no further for their next series.”
“Witty, take-charge Kami reads a bit like a British Veronica Mars. . . . Refreshing.”
—The Horn Book
“Kami is a charming protagonist—full of vinegar and spice. Fans of romantic fantasy will devour it.”
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After college she lived briefly in New York and somehow survived in spite of her habit of hitching lifts in fire engines. She began working on The Demon's Lexicon while doing a Creative Writing MA and library work in Surrey, England. Since then she has returned to Ireland to write and use as a home base for future adventures. Her Irish is still woeful, but she feels the books under the desk were worth it.
The Demon's Lexicon trilogy is her first published work.
Top Customer Reviews
"It must be nice," Holly said tiredly, "to know exactly what you want."
"Not when you know what you want, and you know you can never have it again," Jared told her.
If you have read Unspoken, or my review for it, then you will know that it had a pretty heavy duty cliffhanger. My heart was left broken into two. And, over the last year Sarah has been releasing little teasers... or should I say evil teasers, to get us ready for Untold's release. We asked for a kissing scene, and she gave us the absolute wrong people kissing... and so it went. It has been a year of torture, and I think Sarah enjoyed making us crazy.
So was the torture worth it? Absolutely. Untold picks up right after Unspoken ended. We now know that magic has returned to Sorry-in-the-Vale, and there is a war for power upon the horizon. There are secrets uncovered and even more tales to be figured out.
"I don't think you're weak," Jared said. "I want to guard you because you are important to me. Because you are -God, this is going to sound so stupid, I can never think of a way to say it -you are precious. I can never think of how to describe the value you have on me, because all the words for value suggest that you belong to me, and you don't."
Kami and Jared. *sigh* How much do I love these two?Read more ›
Well now, this is odd. Unspoken was a five-star read back when I originally read it, but looking back, the enthusiasm of my review seems foreign. I remember writing every last word and know why I felt that way, but my opinion of the book has changed drastically since then. This is a rare occurrence and it's never a good sign, but I still went into the second book of Brennan's trilogy hoping for the best. Did I get it? Well... Untold is a little like cat fur because it's all over the place, though the book is easier to get out of surfaces nine times out of ten.
As over-the-top and transient as my enthusiasm was, it wasn't entirely unfounded then and still isn't now. The story itself is entertaining, has makeout scenes that will appease fans who have been waiting a long time for them, and there are some genuinely funny moments in these pages. The passage in which Ash nonchalantly explains a pretty horrifying ceremony to Kami because he doesn't know any better is beautiful and produced one of the only genuine laughs the novel earned from me.
This is the sixth novel I've read of Brennan's (the others were her Demon's Lexicon books, Team Human, and Unspoken) and multiple short stories from her too, but this is the first time where the humor feels forced and real laughs are few and far between. This is something some of my friends have complained about in regards to her other works, so this may just be the first time I personally noticed it. Some lines are supposed to be funny, but they simply aren't. Others treat the readers like children by telling us things we can easily figure out on our own.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Three words to describe this book: magical, gothic, and mysterious. You could also add in spunky and angsty, as well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by WulfLuva
Sarah Rees Brennan writes really well, from descriptions of the woods and the sculptural motifs to pithy adolescent conversation to evocations of haunting love. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bleys A.
When the Lynburn family returned to Sorry-in-the-Vale after nearly two decades of absence, amateur journalist Kami Glass saw it as an opportunity to find out just what kind of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alicia @ A Kernel of Nonsense
this is the second book but it's as good as the first one can't wait for the 3rd one to come outPublished 6 months ago by Skyla
I have a love hate relationship with this book series.
I love Sarah's writing style, she is funny and smart and I love her characters so much. Read more
This story didn't exactly go the way I thought it would but I am really enjoying it. It's a nice easy read and I gulped it all down in one night. Read morePublished 6 months ago by FitnFreshBabe
UNTOLD is the second book in THE LYNBURN LEGACY. Ash and Jared and Ash's mother are the only ones who will protect the town from evil. However, the Lynburn family is in shambles. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ally
Kami Glass is one of my favorite young adult characters and Unspoken a definite favorite also. When I started Untold, I knew it was going to surpass Unspoken, and boy did it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Chandra Haun
I absolutely loved Unspoken, a true gem of a book. Which is why I was so terribly looking forward to Untold. Terribly why you must ask? Read morePublished 8 months ago by Angela@ReadingCave