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Forgotten (The Fate Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Characters were real and interesting and the storyline was excellent. Definitely worth reading! Sarah J. Pepper is a new author to me, lucky to have found her. I love her writing style and know I will continue with the trilogy. Forgotten is absolutely wonderfully written and looking forward to the next book.
This book was very rare and unique. I've honestly never read anything like Forgotten and will remember it for a long time after reading it. Gwyneth is an interesting main character. Despite her handicap, she wants people to treat her as an equal, nothing less. Through out the book, I could feel her frustration as she is left out of what's going on because according to most, she should remember. I think the author hit the nail on the head on how we should be seeing the story unfold. I love how we pieced the puzzle together as Gwyneth did, very creative. Sarah had definitely became one of my favorite authors with this book, her imagination takes the readers to places you couldn't dream of. Her concept of her worlds are executed flawless. I will take no time in staying the next in the series.
I like Sarah’s style of writing. I did get tired of the same memories being repeated over with just a little added each time. I’m not sure if there would be a better way to accomplish what she did, but I found myself skipping to the end of those memories.
The relationship between the 2 main characters, Gwyneth and Jace, is one of those one-of-a-kind loves. The problem is that Gwyneth doesn’t remember Jace even though her body does, which is even more confusing for the poor girl.
If you like young adult fantasy/romance you’ll definitely like this book.