This was great story with some interesting characters who have original "superpowers."
Some of the characters have the usual "s..Show More »uperpowers" we've all heard of growing up from either watching cartoons, reading books etc., powers like walking through walls, seeing the future, etc. However, A.P. Jensen was very creative in this story, and the "superpower" some had was so simple, but yet very dangerous. Raven, has this power but considers it a curse while others would definitely see it as a gift. Anybody who meets Raven, cannot remember her.
Angel, the leader of a really bad group, would love to capture Raven and exploit her gifts; however, Cain has been sent to protect her. It's a good thing Cain in an excellent tracker because he will need all his skills to not only help protect Raven but keep up with her. Each time she leaves his sight something bad seems to happen.
Cain is the first person to remember Raven, and their feelings for each other ignite and he will do whatever it takes to protect her, even if it is from herself.
This was another great story by A.P. Jenson, and the narrator really set the tone. Anyone who loves a good romantic urban fantasy, will enjoy this story!
I received this story in exchange for an honest review, and I've already added the next book in the series to my wish list. I look forward to seeing what happens with Raven, Cain and the others.
Book one in the Unmemorable series was great, but I LOVED book two! It was captivating and pulled me in, and kept me engaged from the beginning to th..Show More »e end. It left me wanting more. If book three was out, I would have already downloaded it. Unfortunately, I will have to wait and hope book three will be out soon.
I agree with another reviewers comments about comparing Unmemorable to the X-Men. The characters have their own special powers but look like normal humans. Raven, the first female Unmemorable, is reunited with her family of Unmemorables, and anyone who comes across them, will not remember them. This power makes them basically invisible, and they can get away with almost anything as no one will remember them. However, being an Unmemorable is an lonely existence, and they only have each other.
There's a war brewing and the Unmemorables have tried to stay out of it, but are dragged into middle, when one of their own is kidnapped and now they must choose a side.
This story is told from Raven's POV; however, it would be great to hear from the other main character's POV's especially Cain's. I would have loved to of heard what Cain was thinking when the bracelet of Raven's hair was taken from him and he could not remember her but know something was missing.
I really enjoyed this story; it was so worth the time I invested in listening to it. I was able to get a lot done this past weekend. :-) I will definitely be on the lookout for book three.
I was provided a copy of Unleashed for an unbiased review. Thank you A.P. Jensen, it was an awesome story!