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The Unseen by [Bryan, JL]
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  • File Size: 854 KB
  • Print Length: 323 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: J.L. Bryan (October 25, 2013)
  • Publication Date: October 25, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00G7ZRC8A
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By Kelly Rubidoux on October 27, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
J.L. Bryan gives us another dark story about a girl with abilities that could land her in a heap of trouble. For all the problems these abilities bring into her life, if Cassidy doesn't bother to learn how to wield them, she'll probably just end up dead. Or possessed. Or a drunk, drugged out tattooist without a lot of prospects. So, there's that.

Frankly, there's an awesomely high creep factor in this book. Unseen critters that feed on everyone around her. Demons who have a PLAN for getting a toehold into the world. Monsters and mean girls and orgies of demonic proportions. *slow thumbs up*

Cassidy drowns her abilities in alcohol and drugs. I'd give her my stern frowny face for that but considering all the things she isn't told about what she can do and where she came from, I kinda understand why she indulges in those vices. Once the secrets start spilling and the truth comes out, Cassidy takes a stand.

A fast, dark read with plenty of nightmarish imagery and a sexy time or three slipped in. For the record, I like the scary and the scary-sexy times and the roommate with her two boyfriends, so this book worked for me. *really slow thumbs up with a finger guns thrown in there*

-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal
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PJV Quickie: The Unseen is a quick, gritty, and terrifying novel. It's got a lot of dark parts of it. The writing is classic J.L. Bryan, gripping, scary, with a dark humor laced throughout.

The book starts with a teenage Cassidy and her friends having a little get together. Cassidy makes a Quija board for the girls to play on. Only it's not really a game. Something comes out of the board, and possesses Reese, one Cassidy's friends. From that night on, Cassidy spends her time trying to hide the things that she sees. Little worms that are unseen to everyone else. They seem to feed on everyone. Only there comes a time when Cassidy can no longer take enough drugs, or drink enough alcohol to not see them. Not only that but hiding them puts her younger brother and friends at risk.

If your a fan of J.L. Bryan's past work then you know that he can write a great book. The Unseen is no exception. The beginning took me a while to get into but once the story, characters and world are established I was in the gripes of it. I didn't even realize how invested I was in the book until I would put it down to do something else. Soon enough I found myself jonesing for another page, chapter, to finish it.

The Unseen isn't particularly gory, or even full of seat jumping scares. It's a subtle creep-fest. If you're prone to nightmares I do not suggest you read this book before bed. Everything seems to be going fine with your day while your reading this book until the lights are out and your closet door is open. I'm a believer in things unseen, so when you read something as realistic as this book, it tends to get to even the most hardcore horror fan. (Not much actually scares me. This book did.)

J.L.
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I read this after reading the first two Ellie Jordan books and it took me a bit to switch gears, but then I was hooked. If you are easily offended you may want to pass on by- it's graphic and has some lurid sex scenes. But if you aren't the type for sunny, cotton candy and skipping in the meadow and prefer a book that you can sink your teeth into...or let it sink it's teeth into you, this might satisfy you. It's an easy read, not overly complicated, and left me wanting more. I'm hoping we haven't seen the last of Cassidy.
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I loved this novel. Witches are pop right now, and I am an unashamed consumer of this particular pop. Bryan writes fun leading ladies, and woman-positive stories. I loved the Jenny Pox series, and this story gives us some of that flavor. The heroine and her nemesis are richer and, I think, more interesting than Pox and Ashleigh. Bryan has moved into a more complex antihero. He also addresses mental illness and self-medication. Though I don't like to read too much into author intention, I want to assume that there is some sympathy for the devil in this one. It is fun and easy, and well worth the money. Can't wait for the sequel!
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What a great read! I haven't read anything in the horror genre well, since.. goosebumps, and lets be honest, that was a LONG time ago! I usually just read in bed, in hind sight, this was probably the wrong time to start reading this book. In the first chapter, a small group of girls decide to make a home made ouija board, and oh-snap, it worked... way to well. One girl gets possessed by a demon and went crazy. She tried to kill the others until one girl burned and destroyed the oiji board. Did I mention this happens in the FIRST CHAPTER!

The Unseen starts strong and kept my interest the whole way through. It was a great read that I could not put down! I don't want to spoil the book for you, but if any of the following words or phrases spikes your interest, The Unseen is for you:

Satanic Cults, ancient witch bloodlines, Tattoos that come to life, Bugs that only some can see, Astral Projecting, Demon possessions, impending doom for human kind.... AND MUCH MORE!

Plot : Its not just scary to be scary. The Unseen is an amazing thriller with a great plot and purpose! The story unfolds and comes together wonderfully!
Characters: great! Our main character Cassie is a tattoo artist, very flawed and realistic. Loved what each character contributed to the story.
Cover: two thumbs way way up! Love it!
You might like: movies about demonic possessions, witches .. or cults! I love cult stuff like the TV shows : The Following & Cult
Rating: 5 Stars !
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