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Time Warper: Unbound: A Sage Hannigan Novel (The Time Warper Series) Paperback – February 8, 2016
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Peggy Martinez is a full time Author who has over a dozen published works, including the Time Warper Series, the State of Decay Trilogy, the Contradiction Series, the Reapers Grimm Series, her middle grade Super Zero Series, and various novellas and serials.
When not writing, Peggy can be found homeschooling her teen son and four daughters. You may also find her packaging hundreds of boxes for her monthly box subscription business she founded just for readers! (Lit-Cube) She could also be spotted reading, making soap, dabbling in aromatherapy, watching gangster movies, prepping for the zombie apocalypse, or downing insane amounts of Twizzlers and Kazoozles. Oh yeah... and day dreaming about owning a small homestead or taking a dream vacation to Greece, Scotland, & Ireland.
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One more important observation. The "goodread" web site rated this "time warper" book series "G". Really? I was reading this to my adult "disabled" daughter, and had to replace a lot of the swearing that went a bit too far. That includes the "F" word 4 or 5 times. They have to rate a Movie "R" if it uses the "F" word more than twice. Also there was some fairly vivid love scenes where Sage had intercourse with 2 different men (in books 1 & 2). Also, there was lots of violence (like cutting off heads, torture, and loved ones brutally murdered ). Not good for a LOT of teens (and even a lot of their parents). Fortunately, I was reading this aloud to my daughter, so I just skipped the parts that were too vivid and/or softened them.
Actually, the whole thing is just argh. Sage is a stupid buttface. Mature, I know. But jeebus, I wanted to shake her and smack her. And I can't even really explain why because it would be super spoilery. But it was yet another great read in the series.
I only had a small issue with two similar words being used in a sentence. I'm not sure if it was intentional or not, but it was a little distracting. For example, right in the first part of Sage's Journal: "Two weeks and I feel absolutely hopeless helpless." There are a few other instances like this. Not enough to ruin the read, but just looks like one of the words was meant to be removed.
5/5 Platypires again!
There was a part where Sage has do something necessary, but hurtful. I won't lie, I was gleefully happy. Okay, maybe not happy that she hurt someone in the process, but gleefully happy that the thing with someone no longer existed. Did I forget to mention we get a new character? Yeah his name is Lucien. I like him better than Soren. He's sweet and lovable, for a vampire. We'll leave it at that. At this point, this book just got extended into a love square. And I normally do not even read books with love triangles, so you know this series must be pretty awesome to keep me reading.
Now for the part I absolutely did not like out of the entire book: the ending.
HOW COULD YOU PEGGY! How could you just leave us with that?! By the time I got to the end of the book, I was so angry I actually threw my iPad! I actually almost damaged it, since it bounced off my bed onto the floor. I can't say what happened because it's too painful to talk about (plus spoilers!) so I'm just going to say if you want to know why I hate the ending, you have to read this series. You won't regret it!
This series has caused a rift between the platypires who have read this series. Of course, Joood and I are the only sane ones, since we acknowledge the greatness that is #TeamAldwin. Keagan Rae and Moxxley are wrong and their opinion isn't to be trusted.
But in all seriousness, this is a great series. You can try out the first book and see for yourself, since it's free on Amazon. I still couldn't connect to the secondary characters, which is a shame because I think they had a potential to be great characters. But my love/hate of this book trumps that minor flaw and that's why Unbound gets all 5 Platypires!
I am not even going to lie, I’m struggling with this review. I don’t know how to write it without giving away spoilers. Something or someone big is coming for a band of warriors and they need to learn how to trust one another so they can fight together. Once again Mrs. Martinez took me on a rollercoaster ride of emotions. There were times that I had to put down the book and walk away but seconds later I was drawn back in to the fantastic story.
Everything in the story was perfect. My two book boyfriends that I love dearly, Sage, and the introduction a couple of new characters. Peggy Martinez made me cry, ugly cry, and wallow throughout this entire story. This makes me dread and look forward to the next book all at the same time. This series is absolutely amazing and I will recommend it to everyone that loves to read. Mrs. Martinez, if you read this review please know that you have gained a fan for life in me.
After much contemplation and many jars of marshmallow fluff later, I have to give this book 5/5 Platypires.
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