Nora has survived the dark caves, and emerged with Hunter by her side. But her escape is quickly tainted as she realizes the biggest danger still lies ahead....
She has been transformed, and powers she has never known begin to manifest themselves within her body. As she struggles to gain control, how long will she be able to restrain herself - and her new bloodlust - from taking over?
As she journeys onward, doubts begin to creep into her mind. Doubts about leaving home, about the decisions she's made. But with the Vassiz still behind her, there is no turning back, now.
And she has questions that need to be answered. Just who are the elders, and why have they taken such a keen interest in her? As she starts to unravel the cloak that shrouds their existence, she begins to suspect that she may have stumbled into something much larger than herself...and starts to understand her destiny for the first time.
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It was quite enjoyable to listen to it on my commute or doing chores. I love listening to audiobooks for that reason. Revelations is book two in a series. I'm glad the narrator is the same from the first book. It was nice to have the consistency of characters.
I would compare this novel Twilight because of the prominent male vampire characters.It's a well done YA book that held my interest. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.
Pamela Lorence once again brought forth a whole new realm of emotions tied to the characters in Revelations that I wouldn't have picked up on otherwise. Her understanding of the characters is evident in her youthful voice.
I wasn't able to listen to it in one sitting but would have if I had the time.
In Relentless (The Forsaken Saga, #3) Nora continues to hone the strength and gifts she acquired after becoming a member of the Vassiz. Included in these gifts is her ability to "talk" with animals. In particular, the relationship Nora develops with a little bear cub she rescues from hunters in the first book (she names him Gray) is heartwarming and extremely touching. Gray, who has developed into a much larger bear over the span of the first two books, plays a pivotal role in this segment of the saga. Nora and her friends are captured by two extremely deformed humans who use a special concoction given to them by the Elders to immobilize Nora and her friends by zapping them of their Vassiz powers. Before turning Nora over to the Elders, however, the brothers intend to use Nora to satisfy their own sexual desires. This is where Gray comes in and he saves the day in pure angry bear fashion (it's definitely a warm fuzzy moment when Gray is injured).
Pam Lorence narrated and did a fantastic job! She had different voices for each character, all of which were very believable. I especially enjoyed the action sequences and felt like I was actually watching this story unfold instead of only listening to it. Because of Pam's narration, I enjoyed listening to this book much more than I would have if I had only read it.
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