The Unrepentant

The Unrepentant

by E.A. Aymar

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BN ID: 2940161225431
Publisher: Down & Out Books
Publication date: 03/04/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 953,428
File size: 478 KB

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The Unrepentant 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
saberle 2 days ago
E.A. Aymar is a fine and courageous thriller writer. The Unrepentant takes on one of the world’s worst nightmares, human trafficking. Fortunately for us, Aymar lays out the story with wit and grace which makes for a solid and absorbing crime tale peopled with dangerous and vicious characters. The Unrepentant is a crime story that shouts out for your immediate attention. The subject matter is too important to dismiss as just another mystery. Bravo to the writer and all who read this excellent novel.
Anonymous 8 days ago
THE UNREPENTANT is a dark, action-packed thriller shot through with E.A. Aymar’s signature wit. The story focuses on Charlotte, a victim of human trafficking, and Mace, a guy who just happened to be in the right place at the right time (or the wrong place at the wrong time, depending when you ask him), as they try to evade the truly repulsive criminals pursuing them. This book is at times heartbreaking, at times shocking, and always memorable.
CathyGeha 14 days ago
The Unrepentant by E.A. Aymar Sex trafficking is a multi-billion dollar industry...or should I say racket? It forces people into positions they do not want to be in and more times than not causes physical and mental harm. As I read this book I thought about what it would be like to be more than one character and hoped I would have the strength that Charlotte had, the caring and courage that Dory had and the ability to help those that so needed it as I read through the book. The opening scene was compelling and grabbed me immediately and once caught I could not stop reading till the wee hours of the morning. More than once I wanted to step inside the pages and smack someone or help was gripping. The mentality it must take to be a trafficker is something I can’t seem to wrap my mind around. I think part of it is money and part of it is lacking conscience and perhaps it also has to do with being more than a little bit sadistic. Anyway… Did I enjoy this book? Yes...though the topic was a toughie Would I read more by this author? Yes I did feel the ending was a bit abrupt UNLESS this is the first book in a series. I wanted resolution for Mace and Eve and I wanted to know how Charlotte would end up. And yet, in life the people we meet don’t always let us know what will happen and this way I can make up an ending, a happy one, of my own for those left standing at the end of the book. Thank you to NetGalley and Down & Out Books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4.5 Stars
Anonymous 14 days ago
Between feeling sympathy for the main character Charlotte and also cheering her on against the disturbingly (and incredibly well-written) bad guys and also fearful of those bad guys, I was on an emotional rollercoaster. It was an intimidating and accurate book about the really important topic of sex-trafficking; I couldn't put it down.