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{The Unleashed: Sarah Dalton}The Unleashed by Sarah Dalton
Series: Blemished Series
Published by Amazon Digital Services on July 20, 2013
Genres: Dystopian, Science Fiction, Young Adult
Pages: 330
Format: eBook
Source: Read 4 Review
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5 Stars



{Synopsis} –“I wanted to live. I wanted us to have a future, and there was nothing else on my mind. With Daniel by my side I ran so fast my lungs ached.”

Mina’s world is turned upside down as an important person from her past materialises to take her away from the Compound. She finds herself separated from her friends and facing life-changing decisions on her own.

Meanwhile Daniel is on a mission to find Mina when he becomes involved in the Resistance – along with the rest of the Freaks. His visions take their toll as he learns of an event that could devastate the people he loves the most. Only he can stop it.

Angela finds herself on the adventure of a lifetime as she helps Sebastian find his father in Area 14. After action and adventure on the way there, the group are thrown into another life and death situation… can Angela find a way out?

Fans of the popular YA dystopia series Blemished will not be disappointed by this thrilling conclusion. It will keep you guessing right up to the very last page.

Trust no one.

{My Thoughts} – This book is the third installment to the Blemished Series. It is wonderfully written and full of emotion. I teared up more times then I can count while reading this book. It tears at your heart in so many ways. It was nice to find out just what the author had in store for each of the characters. I was able to relate to Mina in her struggle to forgive or not forgive her parents and try to move on with her life. However, unlike her situation I have complete resentment for my parents leaving me as a young baby and not putting much effort forth to be a part of my life in the present. I enjoyed the fact that I was able to read from certain characters point of views. It helps to pull more into the story, it helped me to better understand what was taking place. This book is well worth the read and your guaranteed to shed a few tears.