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  • Kindle Edition
  • 325 pages
  • Unbound
  • Katherine Hurley
  • English
  • 23 November 2019

10 thoughts on “Unbound

  1. Molly Mortensen Molly Mortensen says:

    Age Rating Older YA due to sex scenes Nothing graphic, justthan typical YA It took me a while to get into this one I don t know if it was that I forgot too much from the sequel or what It slowly came back as I read, but I needed a bitbackcap.I loved the first two books, but I didn t enjoy this one as much Though it was a matter of personal taste, and not really the book s fault After what our characters have gone through, they re broken Much of this book was dedicated to em Age Rating Older YA due to sex scenes Nothing graphic, justthan typical YA It took me a while to get into this one I don t know if it was that I forgot too much from the sequel or what It slowly came back as I read, but I needed a bitbackcap.I loved the first two books, but I didn t enjoy this one as much Though it was a matter of personal taste, and not really the book s fault After what our characters have gone through, they re broken Much of this book was dedicated to emotional stuff It was well done, I just don t like that kind of thing.The Bad Logan and Astarti s relationship is still rocky They don t talk much and when they do, they fight With everything else in the world terrible, I d have liked some levity between them.It s understandable that Logan still has PTSD, but I didn t enjoy his parts He s still getting himself beat up, and losing himself in his powers.They have so many opportunities to kill Bellos, but each time they stupidly let him live Yes, I know they have to be honorable and save someone, but how manypeople died because Belos lived The Good Though there was plenty of relationship stuff, we never went too long before something exciting happened I ve enjoyed the action scenes of this series and they just keep getting better The elemental weapons were awesome There are quite a few minor characters and I like all of them Particularly Horik He needs his own short story Aside from the characters, the world building is my favorite part of this series I didn t understand what the Ancorites were supposed to be, but the Old Ones were interesting, and a nice addition to this world.Conclusion I was satisfied how it all ended and I ll read this author again in the future.Point of View First Present Astarti, Logan Predictability 4 out of 5 Where 1 is totally unpredictable and 5 is I knew what was going to happen way ahead of time Source Author Request


  2. Kimm Reilly Kimm Reilly says:

    This story sucks you inFrom the moment I stumbled on to the first book in the series I knew I had found something special Having finished the story I can say it was eventhan I thought it could be With realism the characters grow, question themselves and fight their way to the truth the choice is theirs but the impact affects everything and everyone around them.Its not just a coming of age story, or a romance, or an epic war story its a life lesson With an almost overwhelming ferocious This story sucks you inFrom the moment I stumbled on to the first book in the series I knew I had found something special Having finished the story I can say it was eventhan I thought it could be With realism the characters grow, question themselves and fight their way to the truth the choice is theirs but the impact affects everything and everyone around them.Its not just a coming of age story, or a romance, or an epic war story its a life lesson With an almost overwhelming ferociousness the author digs into who people are at their core, how bad and good right or wrong are two sides of the same coin and how much evil can be justified for the greater good Yes there is magic, ancient Gods and a whole vaguely familiar world but the story, so light on the surface, twists deep into who we allow ourselves to be petty, disdainful, prejudiced and looks at the lies we tell ourselves to justify those failures.Our heroes, like all of us, must learn that it is their choices that make them who they are Their circumstances may have been moulder by others, their action s may once have been controlled by those in power but now their choices are the only thing with the power to save, or destroy, them all


  3. Stacy Gallina Stacy Gallina says:

    Nice closureThis book was full of intense moments and of course evil Belos will be involved There was much closure and answers, which made this last book perfect in its ending Astarti and Logan both look inside themselves and find who they really are.


  4. Sabrina Sabrina says:

    Unbound by Katherine Hurley is the thrilling conclusion to The Griever s Mark Trilogy.Everything about this series has been quite unique and adventurous from book 1 all the way till book 3 The characters were well written, and the story line was something else I would give Unbound a 10 out of 10 rating The thing I liked the most about this book, was that it was such a well balanced conclusion to the trilogy It was nicely paced, and spaced out There were some new elements brought to the tabl Unbound by Katherine Hurley is the thrilling conclusion to The Griever s Mark Trilogy.Everything about this series has been quite unique and adventurous from book 1 all the way till book 3 The characters were well written, and the story line was something else I would give Unbound a 10 out of 10 rating The thing I liked the most about this book, was that it was such a well balanced conclusion to the trilogy It was nicely paced, and spaced out There were some new elements brought to the table in Unbound, but nothing felt rushed or went unexplained I also liked that every detail had a purpose or greater meaning.Since the beginning, I have quite enjoyed the magic system that Katherine Hurley developed It was a different sort of elemental magic system that I quite enjoyed learning and reading about I think I especially enjoyed the Drifter s magic and the way you could Drift up weapons That was a neat aspect portrayed.SEE THE REST OVER ON MY BLOG BEYOND THE BOOK REVIEWS


  5. Elli Elli says:

    The World of this story is unbelievable innovative I like the magic, although I am not sure that I can call it like that, the characters with their deep and authentic profiles and the social criticism that I read between the lines.It was really impressiv that one cannot only understand feelings and thoughts of the two protagonists Astarti and Logan, you can really feel and think like them However, in this last book of the trilogy it was a bit too much of thoughts and to less of action Sometim The World of this story is unbelievable innovative I like the magic, although I am not sure that I can call it like that, the characters with their deep and authentic profiles and the social criticism that I read between the lines.It was really impressiv that one cannot only understand feelings and thoughts of the two protagonists Astarti and Logan, you can really feel and think like them However, in this last book of the trilogy it was a bit too much of thoughts and to less of action Sometimes the doubts of Logan got on my nerves, because it was a returning cycle With Astarti it worked much better The ending was round and in its essence really impressiv too, but unfortunately it was written boringly There was no excitement.All in all a good ending but the realization could have been much better


  6. Taniqua Cary Taniqua Cary says:

    Oh man I couldn t wait to get my hands on this last book and it completely delivered for me I felt everything Astarti felt The author made sure of that She was such a strong MC and grew so much throughout this series, I loved it Poor Login, I got frustrated with him occasionally but that s because I don t have the patience and compassion Astarti does He really suffered in the second book and it was still in here also and had no idea of how to deal with what he was going through This book Oh man I couldn t wait to get my hands on this last book and it completely delivered for me I felt everything Astarti felt The author made sure of that She was such a strong MC and grew so much throughout this series, I loved it Poor Login, I got frustrated with him occasionally but that s because I don t have the patience and compassion Astarti does He really suffered in the second book and it was still in here also and had no idea of how to deal with what he was going through This book kept me anxious waiting to see what would happen next and had next to no downtime It was perfect for me and hopefully will be for everyone else


  7. Samantha Harris Samantha Harris says:

    Very satisfyingI really enjoyed the last installment of this series It s been so refreshing to read about strong characters who aren t too stupid to live.I love the character development and how the main characters come into their own They overcome so many obstacles, both internal and external This was very nicely plotted and paced I enjoyed the plot turns and was highly satisfied with the ending.I just wish this author hadbooks out


  8. Burgandy Ice Burgandy Ice says:

    Everything is out of control before this story begins and the lines between who is right and who is wrong and how far the leadership on all sides is willing to go just blurs I can t talk about this book without spoiling something in the previous two, so beware.I thoroughly love this dive into the grey area of real power The leader of a city or people group has big decisions to make that will effect so many others There is no answer that is purely right or a choice that will result in no death Everything is out of control before this story begins and the lines between who is right and who is wrong and how far the leadership on all sides is willing to go just blurs I can t talk about this book without spoiling something in the previous two, so beware.I thoroughly love this dive into the grey area of real power The leader of a city or people group has big decisions to make that will effect so many others There is no answer that is purely right or a choice that will result in no death, so who is willing to go the furthest for their cause Who will be able to live with themselves afterwards Anyone who has had some authority has bumped into this, but the author expands the idea until thousands and hundreds of thousands are effected The stakes are too high for anyone to back down In fact, the one who is willing to risk the most seems like they will have the only chance at success.Yet somehow Astarti and Logan maintain themselves with honor In fact, they learn to let go of bitterness that could infect their decisions even though it is a painful process, like prying fingers one at a time off of the only control they feel they have My favorite scenes are the ones where they open up to each other and allow themselves to trust and let go I m not sure I ve seen bitterness and letting go of it so well portrayed anywhere.Very realistically, the bad guy turns out to be human or close enough all along The fathers who hold too much of the power are also vulnerable and I held my breath with the world waiting to see what they ll decide.You shouldn t get to read this one until you ve read the first two It s only fair And this one s worth reading, so there you go.If I found fault, it s only that everything explodes right off the edge of reality this story balances on Somehow the author made me feel that zipping along energy lines or riding tree wind currents was completely natural My neighbor may be able to do it and I just didn t know it But when it gets to the flow of time and creation of everything that feel of this is real slipped through my fingers I lost my personal grip and was left watching the big light show Everything was grand and awe inspiring enough, I just didn t feel as sold on all of it and I was quite committed, believe me I don t want to take anything away from it because all the pieces were necessary for that scene, THAT scene you ll know when you read it There s one scene that is THAT ONE and it s only possible because of all the nearly unbelievable other stuff In the end, worth it, totally, but I do hope that Katherine will take the time to drag my emotions through all the dirt again in future books.Oh, yes, I ll read anything Katherine Hurley writes, by golly I m sold.4 Stars for this one and the series all together may stay at 4 or grow to 5 if I find I cannot help but return and re read it No doubt the reading experience would be completely different now that I know just the way I like my library Complex and satisfying


  9. Sarah Sarah says:

    I hate writing reviewsI very rarely even bother, but after completing Unbound, I want to give the author some encouragement The series, as a whole, was excellent The world building, the powers, everything Great imagination, and great detail Her two character made me laugh, clench, and cry I felt the struggle Sometimes I wanted to slap them both Sometimes I wanted to hug Astarti because she had no one to talk to Astarti shouldered a huge burden with Logan Her strength and restraint was i I hate writing reviewsI very rarely even bother, but after completing Unbound, I want to give the author some encouragement The series, as a whole, was excellent The world building, the powers, everything Great imagination, and great detail Her two character made me laugh, clench, and cry I felt the struggle Sometimes I wanted to slap them both Sometimes I wanted to hug Astarti because she had no one to talk to Astarti shouldered a huge burden with Logan Her strength and restraint was incredible Good job, Ms Hurley, on showing her fragility as well as her backbone The problems I had are issues that will resolve with time and growth as a writer Her language, her conversations could get repetitive She used the element of surprise and betrayal a lot It feels like she got really excited about the story and crammed every thought into the story line He enthusiasm for her book really shines, but she just may need a steady editor to tell, You don t need so many surprises or Not every battle has to be lost as a result of your main character being too slow to react Nothing that won t work itself out Katherine Hurley is a fantastic writer I will readof her in the future I think her story building could be along the lines of Ilona Andrews, and I don t make that comparison lightly It was incredibly hard to finish the series, to know it will end I think as she growsas a writer, the little things I ve mentioned will go away


  10. Aeron Trahaearn Aeron Trahaearn says:

    OMG could you give me aperfect cover Astarti saving Logan D I am in love with this cover I really feel like reading another book so I ll keep it short..GP FUCKING.BUY THIS.DAMNED.AWESOME.BOOK Trust me you need this series in your life Waaaaaaaaaaaaait I just realised that I fell for a total good guy Logan is totally good not a bad bone in his body how did this happen wonders


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Unbound❰Read❯ ➮ Unbound Author Katherine Hurley – Thomashillier.co.uk As the growing conflict forces Logan to embrace his newly discovered heritage, he fights to control a power he has long kept buried a power that threatens everything he has tried to make of himself De As the growing conflict forces Logan to embrace his newly discovered heritage, he fights to control a power he has long kept buried a power that threatens everything he has tried to make of himself Desperate to spare Astarti yet another burden, he tries to hide his crumbling control, but she has long since learned to recognize a lie As Logan becomes a danger to himself and those around him, Astarti must find a way to help him, even if he doesn t want it Unfortunately, Astarti has other problems Good and evil wear ever shifting faces, the right course of action grows increasingly unclear, and the stakes are only getting higher In this final installment of The Griever s Mark trilogy, Astarti must decide, once and for all, what she stands for and what she is willing to sacrifice.


About the Author: Katherine Hurley

Katherine has moved so often that when people ask where she s from, she tends to pause awkwardly like she s not sure then say, Ummost recently Anyway, she lives in Maine right now with her husband and some furballs The cat takes feline delight in stepping on her keyboard at the worst of times, and the dog knows that certain words are sure to distract a human hunched over a keyboard Most of them begin with woo Luckily, the horse isrespectful Katherine writes fiction, so take that as you will She loves her mountain bike also but claims it s not as nice to petYou can keep up with her at her website or via her Facebook page.