Shattered (Hidden Series Book Three)

Shattered (Hidden Series Book Three)

by M. Lathan
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Shattered (Hidden Series Book Three) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When is book four coming out!?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was the icing to the cake! I absolutely love this series and would recommend it to everyone! I couldn't stop reading it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Marvelous
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It took my a day to read this i couldnt put it down is sweet how eveeything comes to geiter in the end but it make me hate Remi less with the epiloge and pitty her
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This book was amazing! I couldnt get enough of Nathan and Christine. If you love reading paranormal romance books then this series is a must read. I cannot wait for book 4!
kcrwchef More than 1 year ago
I always love a good read... I couldn't put any of the books down! I read all 3 books in less than a week. I cant wait for a 4th to come out, I hope it isn't too long of a wait. does anyone know when the next book will be out?
MarkedByBooks More than 1 year ago
This review is going to be the death of me. Throughout the whole novel, I wanted so badly to love it as much as I loved the first two books, and going into it, it never even occurred to me that I might not. It was still a very good book, and I'm not saying that I didn't enjoy reading it, but I didn't fall in love with it the way I did with the other two. I just wasn't as invested in this one. Normally, I can start reading and sit there for hours on end without so much as twitching, but this time I kept finding myself looking around for no reason. It almost felt like not as much time was spent on Shattered as with its predecessors, so a lot of things seemed underdeveloped. There were quite a few little things I noticed as off, and I think too often some parts were left unexplained in order to build suspense, but it just made things awkward. For example, I needed more information about Kamon's supposed backlash and Lydia's genius plan that would fix everything. She brought it up with Nathan towards the beginning, and it was explained more later, but I needed something THEN. One of the great things about having dual perspectives in a book like this one is that one narrator can know and explain something the other has no clue about, letting the reader in on some pretty great dramatic irony. But instead, the reader is left out of the loop and has to wait until it's explained to Chris. Speaking of those dual perspectives, I loved them. I really didn't expect to because it was new and kind of out of the blue minus the epilogue of Lost, but I actually enjoyed it a lot. I've always loved Nathan because he just seemed like the perfect person in general, and it was so cool to get to delve into more of his character. His past and the relationships he had with John and Theresa are SO interesting, and before now, I would only get to hear about them maybe once in the book, but now all of that has changed! I STILL feel like I'm going to cry every time he brings them up, especially his mother. I was completely enthralled when he started thinking about how she fell into the abusive relationship with John, and I'm so glad I got to witness that thought process. When he went back to the memory of her in the candy store, I smiled so much, but when he explained what happened when he left, my heart shattered into a million pieces. I actually dropped the book, it affected me so strongly. Little Nate has been my joy in each and every one of these books, and it absolutely kills me that I only get to see him when something's about to go wrong for him. But do you know what? I think in this book, I've finally realized that he's not perfect. Before now, I was only able to see him through Christine's eyes, where he could do no evil, but now I can see that while he's still "perfect" in that he's amazing, he's not perfect because he's flawless. Nathan actually has surprisingly many flaws, but seeing them didn't really make me love him any less. If anything, they made him more real of a character for me, which was such an amazing gift that this book was able to give. I know that I started this review off really badly, and I hope that by now you can see that I never actually hated this book. It wasn't as perfect as I had imagined it would be, and I don't want to try to hide those flaws, but Shattered really did contain a lot of beautiful things. So while it may not have been as life affirming as I had hoped, I am still incredibly glad that I read it. Taylor
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Finished this one, can't wait for the fourth
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this series, but Christine bugged me in this book a little. She is such a strong character, with specific ideas of right and wrong, and many of her actions are due to those feelings. Therefore, I didn't think it was realistic the way she felt her parents, and Sophia's opinions had to be followed. True, she isn't yet eighteen, but she'd been taking care of herself for a long time. Her mother didn't interfere much in the beginning of the series either. So, I don't understand how she blindly followed them now when everything in her said to follow her heart. Besides this, I love the story, the characters, the whole world the author created. I will definitely continue reading the books, though I may need to keep yelling at Christine when she reverts to a child's mind while following her parents decisions.
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Definitely loving this seried and cannot wait for the fourth series god the waiting is killing me!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read the first two and instantly feel in love with the series. I just finished this one and loved it. Now I can't wait for book four. I look forward to what is ahead. Awesome!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I HAD BEEN WAITING FOR THIS ALL MONTH BECAUSE IT TOOK SO LONG TO GET THROUGH SMASHWORDS FOR BN!!!! YAY!!!!! ITS FINALLY HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am really impressed with the series and the imagination!
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Five stars as promised
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I cant believe that happened to Emma. I dont know how pauls gonna handle it booj four is gonna have one less character. But the story was great but sadm and i actually feel bad for remi tbh
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I cannot wait for the fourth book!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When well it be avaliable for the nook.... cant wait to read the book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I want to read it really bad. I know it's going to be a great book. I love M. Lathen. I can't wait to read it!! :)