by Amy Reed


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ISBN-13: 9780062299604
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 05/03/2016
Pages: 272
Sales rank: 663,194
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range: 14 Years

About the Author

Amy Reed was raised in and around Seattle, where she attended a total of eight schools by the time she was eighteen. Constantly moving taught her to be restless, and being an only child made her imagination do funny things. After graduating from fillm school, she earned an MFA in writing from New College of California. Amy currently lives in Asheville, North Carolina, with her husband, daughter, and a well-loved dog. She is no longer restless.

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Unforgivable 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
COBauer More than 1 year ago
UNFORGIVABLE by Amy Reed is a beautifully written and captivating sequel. We pick up where the events of INVINCIBLE left off, but this time from Marcus’ perspective. Although Marcus is able to save Evie’s life, their relationship is left in shambles. Both Marcus and Evie have demons they need to deal with on their own before they can find their way back to each other. I absolutely loved finding out more about Marcus’ past and seeing him grow into the person he was meant to be. The combo of past & present storytelling made for an interesting read. Beautifully written. Although I didn’t enjoy this book quite as much as the first, I was extremely satisfied with the way this series ended. Definitely worth a read!
ruthsic More than 1 year ago
In Invincible, a broken Evie had met Marcus and they began a relationship that became all-consuming. She found in him a reason to live, and now we get his reason for her to be his salvation. The story of Unforgivable is told in the past, present and a direct voice from Marcus to her, but it is mostly about his past and explains his mental state before and while he was with her. He saw the brother he adored from childhood waste away to nothing, and then he sees it happen to Evie. He has been mostly ignored by his parents, and now in the aftermath of him saving Evie and yet not being able to see her, he is more alone than ever. He was broken by his love for his brother before, and it is happening to him all over again with her. For her part, she met him at a low point in her life, that is clear. The girl she was then – he doesn’t know if it was truly her, whether she really loved him, whether what they had was real – all these doubts are sending him down a dark path. He is reliving his past, and it wasn’t a pleasant experience to live through. Ultimately, it is about him learning how to heal, and how to let go, and realizing that sometimes people will make their own decisions, no matter what you do. It is a process of catharsis that this book is leading to, making it more of a companion novel than a true sequel. The author wrote wonderfully about him, and his troubles, his depression, and presented both sides of a story that is so complicated. I do feel that this book was spent in superfluous words, and at times, I was tempted to leave it and return some other time, which is why I was more on the fence between 3 and 4 stars. Overall, a well-written emotionally charged book.