- File Size: 2368 KB
- Print Length: 569 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1984335243
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 30, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079BVT957
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Undone is a beast. Clocking at over 120k words, I was ready for it.
Turn out I was not ready. At all. This book blew me away. It has everything and more. It was gritty and dark, betrayal, twist and turns, and some wtf moments, characters that drew you in, a well developed plot that flowed and kept you at the edge of your seat. I read this book while battling a migraine, THAT'S how engrossed I was in this book. My knowledge of the supernatural is limited to vampires and werewolves. The world these two taltented authors created astounded me. You have Fae, nephilims, incubus and some normies (humans). Leandro, I thought was going to be my favourite character, the fae is a bastard but yet when it comes to Kolt, his incubus and slave, that he really cares about him. In his own way. This was a wild ride,and I so much enjoyed it. Looking forward to more from this dynamic duo.
It was a long book, but I didn’t felt the time reading it. It was impossible to put it down. I was reading as fast as I could to know what would happen next. The plot was great. What I liked the most about it was that I just couldn’t guess what would happen next. I didn’t even knew who I wanted to get what they want because all of the characters , or at least most of them, were so good that I wanted them to succeed on what they wanted, and it was obvious things couldn’t be that way. There are some elements of abuse and dub-con that might be a problem for some readers, so beware before reading, although there isn’t scenes too explicit regarding those subjects.
Another thing that I loved about it were the characters. Leandro’s short temper was something I enjoy a lot and the way Kolt suffer was something beautiful. He was such a bittersweet character, but not be fool just for his pretty face, he’s also very deadly. There are other interesting characters too, but those two were the ones that had most of my attention. I loved them both for very different reason. They were all really good. The paranormal elements on the story were something I enjoy too, mostly the way Leandro use it.
Overall it was an amazing book to read, I had a fantastic time reading it. It isn’t extremely romantic but it doesn’t lack a little romance either.
How do you review a reasonably well written book, with some of your favorite beings and themes that leaves you wanting?
I had to fight to get through this book. It was too disjointed, jagged and seemingly directionless at times to fully get into. In Chapter 8 there was a phrase - private secrets - that was more than enough to make want to quit the book. That aside, there are too many repetitive scenes to warrant this book being 500 pages. The focal point of the story is a capricious, naive (not in any sort of redeeming way), selfish, immature incubus Kolt. His counterpoint Leandro is a batch*t crazy Fae; he's the only character I felt any emotional output from. The supporting characters felt fairly one dimensional and we were told a fair bit about them but we never saw it in them. It was jarring. The characters were barely likable and most served little to no purpose.
Up until 3/4 of the way through this book, you generally had no idea where it was headed. I'd have been ok with this I believe if I'd felt like there was a point to the meandering. Some pretty big "characters" basically become toothless in the last quarter (The Organization) and in spite of exploring fairly dark themes in the entire book, Leandro's downfall happens off page. I fail to see why Ackerman and Leandro after having occupied 75% of the book, fizzle out at the 11th hour.
Did I like this book? No. But it gets 3.5 stars for being 99% well written and proofread (that's a pet peeve of mine).
I received a copy of this book to review. Decision to review is entirely my own.