Unbroken

Unbroken

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Exiled to live among mortals, Cassiel, once a powerful Djinn, must battle against her own kind when the Djinn, led by Pearl, kidnap Warden children in hopes of assembling an army that will bring about the end of the world.
Publisher: New York : Roc, 2012
ISBN: 9780451464422
0451464427
Branch Call Number: SF CAINE RACHEL
Characteristics: 308 p. ; 18 cm

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ginger_bug
Jun 23, 2012

A good conclusion to this series. Action-packed, with characters facing insurmountable odds, and plenty of motorcycles.

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Mahala
Jun 06, 2012

This is a fun book with plenty of action. The characters are interesting and redeemable, and the dialog is well written. All in all a very entertaining book.

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dprodrig
May 14, 2012

I'm beginning to think that Rachel Caine should consider finishing her series sooner if this is the result. A fantastic end that you never see coming. I will miss Cassiel, and for those die hard Joanne and David fans, more than a few peeks here.

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Jun 06, 2012

Mahala thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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Mahala
Jun 06, 2012

Cassiel and Luis recently saved his niece Isabel from her murderous djinn sister Pearl (see Unknown). However, both are concerned with what they learned during the rescue. First Isabel is too young to display her otherworldly power yet she has. Second there were a horde of other abducted kids with her.

Pearl and her followers have kidnapped the offspring of deceased Wardens. They brainwash their prisoners before raising the powers of the children. Cassiel and Luis fear what will happen to the kids as obtaining power before puberty leads to a significant chance of dying. Wanting to prevent Pearl's plans from fruition, Cassiel infiltrates one of her compounds hoping to uncover her sister's diabolical scheme. However what she learns frightens her with what her evil sibling has set in motion.

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Jun 06, 2012

"I can manage."

"Do you have any idea of your own arrogance, lady?"

"Yes," I said. "Do you have any idea of yours?"

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