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OMG! This one was my favorite!
This is a novella telling of things that happened within the books. I loved it so freaking much!
First we have the families all together and then we have Alyssa's mom (Alison) telling her story of when she was little and met Morpheus and the things she went through.
Now I'm not giving out any spoilers so don't worry.
We also get to read about what happened, in depth, to Alyssa's father when he was young.
And finally we get to read about what happened after the last book. I will admit that it made me cry but you all know I cry in books all of the time so this is nothing new! It was just so wonderful and some sadness but mostly it was wonderful!
It's so bizarre to me how I can love this book more than the original trilogy, but it's not one to read before the other three. If you do that it will ruin the first three books. I think it was just the wrapping up of all that happened and getting to look into what happened after and a few other things that were told in the books. Either way, I loved it and I'm happy ♥
This was a fun little extra for fans of the Splintered series. I had already read Moth In The Mirror when it originally released and really enjoyed it. So with Untamed, I only read The Boy In The Web and Six Impossible Things. I wasn’t the biggest fan of The Boy In The Web. This one is told from Alison’s (Alyssa’s Mom) point of view and I just don’t love Alison. She has never been my favorite. This one also didn’t really give us anything new; we all kinda knew this already. It was a fun read but I was a bit meh on it. As for Six Impossible Things, this one was fun and was what I was looking for from Untamed. This story dove into six of Alyssa’s memories; three with Jeb and three with Morpheus. The Jeb ones were okay but I ADORED the Morpheus ones. If I’m being honest, those memories are what I was most looking for out of these novellas. I wanted to see some more Morpheus and Alyssa and I wanted a peek into their happily ever after. I will forever love Morpheus and I ate up every bit of his presence. So all in all, Untamed was a fun little trip back to Wonderland for fans of the series.
I didn't find the other two stories, "The Boy in the Web" and "The Moth in the Mirror", to be that interesting. This might be because I was just so unbelievably curious to find out what happened with Alyssa and Morpheus. So the other two stories balanced out the 5 star into a solid 3/5.
"Six Impossible Things", though was incredible. Though Jeb was never a favorite of mine, learning about his and Alyssa's life together at the moment he passed through the veil made me CRY. I CRIED! My heart hurt for Alyssa, to have loved him so much and to lose him. Then to lose all of her other family too. The author worked that very well and it was poignant and emotional.
Her life with Morpheus was very fairytale-perfect as you'd expect it to be. I actually thought that Alyssa's experience with Jeb was probably more meaningful because she knew she would lose him and he knew he would lose her and they loved each other with as much as they could before that happened.
Morpheus is, of course, soppily in love with Alyssa and the two of them have passionate sexy times all-the-time (which is worth a bit of an eye roll, but hey, this is Fantasy). Morpheus showed his sweet side and I fell more in love with the kooky little sprites (Chessie will always be my favorite) with every passing moment.
It's really a "best of both worlds" scenario which makes Alyssa probably the luckiest character to ever exist.
Anyway, the combination of the 3 stories (one being completely awesome and the other two being "bleh") make this a 3/5 for me. End of a series and I say: Not bad A.G. Howard. Not bad at all.
There are three stories in this book. The first one is The Boy in the Web which tells the story of how Alyssa's mother saved her father, back when they were young. The Moth in the Mirror tells the story of Morpheus viewing Jeb's memories from when he was locked in the jabberlock box. The last one, Six Impossible Things, tells the story of Alyssa's life as she grows old in the mortal world and eventually continues her life in Wonderland with Morpheus.
These stories give just a little more detail and just enough additional story, especially Six Impossible Things, to make them well worth the time of anyone who loved the original trilogy. I'm not usually a big fan of short stories, but these left me feeling satisfied and I'm glad I read them.
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