Thursday, February 14, 2013

Hunted: Review

Title: Hunted
Author: Sophie Davis

Buy Now: Amazon - Smashwords - Barnes & Noble

Goodreads Synopsis:

In need of a distraction from her best friend's betrayal, Talia agrees to serve as an administrator for the annual Talent Aptitude Tests. She soon learns it isn't the children who are tested she needs to worry about, it’s the ones who aren't. Life altering choices will be made. Loyalties will be tested. When the war begins, which side will Talia choose?


Review:

I have no idea why it took me so long to both read and review this book since I absolutely love this series! I guess I just had to get back into reading after my exams. This is the third book in the Talented series, you can find my reviews for books one (Talented) and two (Caged) by clicking on the titles.

Talia is trying to get back in the game going on missions, but it's hard with her constant seizures. She has no idea what's going on, not to mention she's still heartbroken over the mess with her best friend Penny. She thinks she's completely over Jonathan, yet she's insecure about her relationship with Erik due to his long history with women. The Director partners her up with Erik to help discover other children's talents, thinking it's an easy enough job for Talia in her state as long as she keeps on taking her meds and Erik doesn't take much of her time. Only, The Director doesn't realize that this move was probably not the wisest way to keep Talia loyal to him, for she's been having doubts ever since she was captured by Ian, and one kid will make her risk it all to keep him safe. Her priorities start to change as she begins to discover that maybe she's not on the right side after all, and some sacrifices have to be made to save the ones she loves, that and, maybe the meds weren't to keep her seizures away after all.

This book came as a complete surprise for me, I did not see many things coming like who the child is, or why she's been having those seizures, and a lot of things in Jonathan's history comes to light. I think this is probably the best book in this series so far and all the characters played such amazing roles. Talia becomes this mature, smart, independent girl, she grows up and takes chances to save the little kid from a future she never thought of before as being the wrong one. Jonathan has so many secrets and sides of him that were never shown previously, his character becomes more complicated. Erik is as brilliant and loyal as ever, I truly love his character and can never have enough of him!

If I wasn't already in love with this series from before, then this book would have definitely gotten me there in no time! It's such a quick and amazing read, Sophie has a great style of writing that gets you hooked from the start. I can barely wait for the next book in this series, since this one left off on a cliffhanger and I need to know what happens next!

Rating: 5/5!

If you'd like a chance to read Talented, it's free until the end of this month, just click here and download your own copy! It's also available for free on B&N. Be sure to grab your own copy!

No comments:

Post a Comment