Forgotten: The Fate Trilogy

Forgotten: The Fate Trilogy


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ISBN-13: 9780988246904
Publisher: Neximus Publishing
Publication date: 10/05/2012
Pages: 314
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Sarah J. Pepper lives in South Dakota with her real-life prince charming. At a young age, she fell for paranormal books and now incorporates that genre with the romance that thrives in the hearts of us all. When she's not storytelling, she's most likely biking, hoarding chocolate, or taking a bubble bath. Her novels include "Of Course the World if Flat," "Unspoken Lies," "Devil's Lullaby," "Death's Melody," and "Forgotten." Get a glimpse inside her head at

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Forgotten: The Fate Trilogy 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
minnie6484 More than 1 year ago
I would like to thank the author for gifting me this book for a honest review. And thanks to We luv YA books group. We are Introduced to Gwyneth, shes a teenage girl when she was younger her family was murdered and from that she is blind, shes able to see grayness and some shapes. She lives with her foster parents and gets along with them very well, she tries to live a preety normal life, going to school hanging out with her best friend. Then one night she falls and meets Jace and his shape is white, bright and she senses something different about him and his friend. She tries her best to stay away from him and wants nothing to do with him. But Jace is everywhere and enrolls in her school is in her classes, he's determined. Soon Gwyneth starts to have visions and strange things happen when Jace and his friend are around her. Jace starts to tell her what they are and why they are there. He wants her to trust him, but Gwyneth stuggles that and with the visions. After things start to come out in the open on what she is or was, she struggles to except it. I realy enjoyed this book. I did get a bit frustrated with Gwyneth at times with her always fighting her feelings for Jace. At times I got a bit lost on what was going on. At times I felt the visions were too much, ya we did learn alot from the visions, but some of the visions we saw over and over again. We did get to see how Gwyeneth and Jace's relationship was like. I loved Jace, great guy, he totally loves Gwyneth and how he would do anything for her. Great read!! Cant wait to read the next one. :)
MaryAnn_Koopmann More than 1 year ago
This book was very exciting and kept you guessing what is going to happen next. I read this book in one day. The author does a great job with suspense and makes you want to just keep reading. I loved the book. The complex characters and the way the author brings in the new characters are absolutely riveting. Couldn’t put it down! Characters were real and interesting and the storyline was excellent. Definitely worth reading! Sarah J. Pepper is a new author to me, lucky to have found her. I love her writing style and know I will continue with the trilogy. Forgotten is absolutely wonderfully written and looking forward to the next book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its a good book. But how badly the main character is kept in the dark is insane. It makes it difficult to read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book so so much that i tried hard to put it down but i couldn't. i hated that is was short and wasnt the full thing, but i guess that's the way they get you to buy it. I say do it like over and over again till you know all facts and your breath is no longer in your throat. i give it 5 stars for a reason buddy :) :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the characters and the plot.
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
Anyone who knows Sarah J. Pepper’s style will know she does nothing halfway and Forgotten is proof of this author’s strong creative streak! Get ready to be plunged head-first into this tale, swimming in the nightmares that live in young Gwyneth’s dreams. She is being killed, she feels it is her future, that someday she will meet the boy responsible. Her life has been filled with pain and loss, even though she appears by all counts to be a normal, self-assured teen with a touch of angst every once in a while, except, she is legally blind. After witnessing the brutal murder of her family, her mind refused to let her risk any more ugliness. In a tale that blends mythology with contemporary teen lives, Gwyneth meets and is drawn like a moth to the bright flame of Jace. Yet, is he the boy in her dreams? How can she be falling for someone who may be the death of her, literally? Are they souls from the past, destined to keep repeating history and losing each other over and over? Is there more to Gwyneth’s past that only the gods know of? What Jace tells her cannot be true, but events are proving him right. With a leap of faith, her heart reaches for Jace, until someone else claims him and she is left broken once again. Gwyneth is in danger, and she is only beginning to understand why, who can she trust? When will the hunters come for her? Page one and Sarah J. Pepper is off and has latched on to my hand, pulling me at warp speed, through each scene, every turn and every unveiling of each new element to this tale. Well written, chaotic, yet romantic, she has created a firm foundation for this series for anyone who loves to have to think about what they are reading, instead of having it spoon fed.
sleepygirl More than 1 year ago
I was confused through the first half of Forgotten but my guess is that is what Sarah was aiming for. Most of the time, the reader just knows what Gwyneth (or Winnie) knows, and she’s in a state of confusion throughout most of the book. I like Sarah’s style of writing. I did get tired of the same memories being repeated over with just a little added each time. I’m not sure if there would be a better way to accomplish what she did, but I found myself skipping to the end of those memories. The relationship between the 2 main characters, Gwyneth and Jace, is one of those one-of-a-kind loves. The problem is that Gwyneth doesn’t remember Jace even though her body does, which is even more confusing for the poor girl. If you like young adult fantasy/romance you’ll definitely like this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
catladysbookshelf More than 1 year ago
I have always had a fascination with mythology of any kind, and it's been a long time since I've read a modern interpretation even HALF as well done as this one. For some reason, the Fates have hidden in the back of my mind. I know of them, and a little bit about them, but after reading this I want.. no, I NEED to read more! The book tended to drag in a few places, and some areas tended to seem repetitive, but I am NOT a fan of books where people meet and then get married 2 weeks later because they know without a doubt happily ever after will ensue. The relationship between Winnie and Jace has already transcended time...she's just 'forgotten'. He needed her to remember him, and defenses take a while to break down when your life has been as hard as hers.
The_Librocubicularist More than 1 year ago
The story sounded interesting and different; however, after 150 pages, I was unable to finish the book. Though the story started with some action, enough to pull the reader in, that was about it. Winnie started to become annoying since her character didn't change at all throughout the story. She kept playing "hard-to-get" with Jase, though she was more than willing in her dreams. She also treats her best friend, Bree, like crap. No wonder Ryker treats her so badly. Anyway, the story was very slow, nothing changed between the second chapter and wherever I left-off. Maybe it would have improved if I finished the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago