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Publisher's Summary

Raven learns that she's an Unmemorable, a race that no one can remember. She isn't ready to step into a world with secret societies and wars so she returns to her job as a housekeeper despite Cain and the Unmemorables protests. When a confrontation with the Battalion ends in blood, she realizes there's no going back to what her life used to be. While she tries to find a way to reverse the Unmemorables curse, she falls deeper into her relationship with Cain and a world where nothing is as it seems.
©2015 A.P. Jensen (P)2015 A.P. Jensen
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5 out of 5 stars
By Cheri on 03-20-16

Awesome Story ~ Full of all Kinds of Twists!

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 the 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!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Nia Ireland on 03-03-16

Great second instalment of an amazing series

Would you consider the audio edition of Unleashed to be better than the print version?

Personally, I would have preferred to have read a print copy of this book. Roni Gallimore does excellent character voices, however the voice she has chosen for the main narration doesn't quite do it for me

What other book might you compare Unleashed to and why?

I would compare this book to something similar to the X-men series, the characters all have their own special powers (which I find fascinating) and are in the middle of a battle between different factions.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Roni Gallimore?

Probably not, unless it's to finish this series

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

'Raven - you better remember who she is'I would LOVE a film adaptation of this series

Any additional comments?

To her immense credit, Roni Gallimore did impress me - there is an autistic character in this book and my heart absolutely dropped when I realised that his character would have to be voiced - there's so much room to either ignore it or exploit it horribly. She was incredibly sensitive and I think got the inflection perfectly - she has my respect for that!

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