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Summary

For the first time ever, get all four books of The Forsaken Saga in one complete box set. Join Nora and Hunter as they go on a magical journey of love and adventure in a beautiful supernatural world!

Nora Colburn was perfectly content in life. A junior in high school, she had good friends, a great family, and did well in school. Nothing particularly exciting ever happened where she lived, and everything was stable.

But that all drastically changes when a new student arrives at Nora's school. Wild rumors swirl about his past, and Nora becomes determined to find out the truth.

As she gets to know the mysterious student, he shares with her an ancient secret... one that may yet put both of them in grave danger.

And for the first time in her life, Nora is exposed to a completely unfamiliar world. She is swept away on an exhilarating journey that takes her to a place where romance and great destiny may yet await... and where supernatural powers run wild.

©2016 Edwards Publishing LTD (P)2017 Edwards Publishing

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ridiculously anti-climactic story

you keep listening expecting some sort of a build up but no. its same old story throughout the whole book with a girl wallowing in self pity through it all... youd expect some sort of a twist... oh yea.. there is one at the end but its so cliche and meaningless that it seems as if it was thrown in as an after-thought.

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Really enjoyed, didn't want to put it down. Would like to read others from this author.

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  • Ricky Dunn
  • 06-07-17

Left with wish for more detailed ending

I'm not going to do a full review as I do not have time to do so. My attention was caught in book one, book two started to lose my attention some with a huge descent going onward. I always try to force myself to read/listen to entirety of books because often you lose interest only to later be captured and sometimes more so than before. This was the case only slightly at times and for brief periods. I kept waiting to get dragged back into it but that never came. I was dreading the time to finish it and often fell asleep having had 2+ hours gone by then having to try to find where I left off. The ending was very disappointing for me. I had a hard time going from a major part of this book the the extremely brief ending. There should have at least been a short portion speaking about how she learned the ropes of taking over and how she became close to her mother and speaking of parents last we heard was Raphael ran off, where did he end up? He didn't abandon his daughter out of hate or having not loved her. Too many questions were left at the end of this book. I did not like it at all, it actually made me mad.. I did not feel closure at the end. The narrator did well, it was the story itself

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  • Anna
  • 29-01-18

Very immature even for YA

I’m not even finished with this book and I purchased it not expecting a whole lot but this was written so immaturely! It’s like the actions of the main character are so far from what a normal 17 year old would do. Also she is written like how a little girl would act. I’m disappointed so far in this book. I bought this for a easy listen in the background while I do other things but I became so annoyed by the narrator I had to eventually turn it off before I finished. I’m a huge fan of paranormal/urban fantasy/ romance and YA and that’s all I listen to, this was the first book I’ve stopped listening to before it finished. Just a warning for anyone looking for another good YA/paranormal romance THIS IS WRITTEN FOR 6ths graders not actual 18 year olds.

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  • Tricia Hardesty
  • 29-01-18

Great Series!!!

I loved all of the books in this 4 book series. The love, family, inspiration it just all came together well.

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  • HaircutCheryl
  • 26-05-18

Voice

It sounds like a teacher reading to a little child. I cant stand the breathiness of her voice.

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  • Cindy
  • 04-05-18

That's it?

The story was so long with so many fillers and yet there's not even a complete ending to it? Yes, at the end they're together, but there's no more story to back up everything or a deeper background? Disappointed to say the least. You don't get a complete "what happened to everyone" ending and the Angels seem like they're just there for the convenience of the story.

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  • Kimberly
  • 29-04-18

Save your credits!

This book is like bad fan fiction of Twilight.

I love YA books but this one was written, as another reviewer wrote, “immaturely”. The vocabulary was very basic. The plot was generic. The narration was weak.

Actually, the narrators voice ended up being the straw that broke the camels back. I returned the book. I couldn’t finish it.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-04-18

each book leave you want more

can't wait to see what happens in the next book what happens to Alexander and the love of his life

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  • OlyGirl
  • 12-04-18

sorry started strong finished weak

the first book really drew me in and had a strong Story the second book was good but books three and four really lost me. A strong character turn weaker and weaker in my opinion through the book. the same adjectives tended to use over and over and over within paragraphs and pages. I heard how it possibly fast she was one more time I thought I would gag.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-03-18

slow build up. no background.

Been there, read that. I have read many many stories with the same basic premise. just another Twilight type series.

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  • Rachal
  • 22-02-18

Teeth gritting, cringing

I am making myself keep listening with the hopes it will get better (on ch 10) but the narrator is making this painful. She reads it in an airy, breathy, Barbie voice that distracts you from the story. It reminds me of Snow White voice in the Disney movie but A Lot breathier. She makes you feel like you are listening to a story about two 8 yr olds tops not two juniors in high school.