by Melissa Pearl

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BN ID: 2940044644175
Publisher: Melissa Pearl
Publication date: 07/06/2013
Series: Elements Trilogy , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 179,270
File size: 338 KB
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

Melissa Pearl was born in Auckland, New Zealand, but has spent much of her life abroad, living in countries such as Jordan, Cyprus and Pakistan... not to mention a nine month road trip around North America with her husband. "Best. Year. Ever!!" She now lives in China with her husband and two sons. She is a trained elementary teacher, but writing is her passion. Since becoming a full time mother she has had the opportunity to pursue this dream and her debut novel hit the internet in November, 2011. Since then she has produced five more books and is loving every step of her writing journey."I am passionate about writing. It stirs a fire in my soul that I never knew I had. I want to be the best writer I can possibly be and transport my readers into another world where they can laugh, cry and fall in love."melissapearl.blogspot.com/

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Unseen 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Stellalunna More than 1 year ago
** I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review ** I have to start off by saying that I am always a little leery of epic saga’s that are broken into three books. The first one tends to be great, the 2nd one dull and full of filler, while the last one gives a climax and wraps everything up. Personally I tend to lose interest after the second one but “Unseen” has broken that mold! Melissa Pearl has delivered a fabulous 2nd edition in the Elements Trilogy. What I love about this author is that she grows with each new piece she produces. Her characters have more depth and yet are still relatable. This story picks up right where it left off and my heart goes out to Jethro and Kyla. Their plight is expanded on as the young adults have to battle with their love for each other and what is expected of them. It’s easy to get wrapped up in their emotions and be sympathetic with the struggles that they are facing. While I really want to hate Athra for his betrayal I can’t because of how his story unfolds – don’t worry no spoilers – but I have to say I am surprised by how things are unfolding and I can’t wait to see how his time line wraps up. The new element children are just as corky as the original two but are a little older with more maturity. This enriched the plot and it was interesting to read how harrowing their journey has been. I do have to scream one word with glee “DRAGONS”. I wasn’t really expecting it – I don’t know why – but I love it. I have my opinions on how they will play in the last episode but I guess I will have to wait and see if I am right. Every time I think I know where this story is going to lead and start to feel a smidge of predictability it veers just enough to make me reconsider and jump right into the next chapter. “Unseen” definitely delivered which leaves “Unleashed” with some pretty big shoes to live up to and I for one can’t wait to get my hands on it!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
They thought i was crazy. I heard a voice all the time but no one believed me. I was 13 years old and they thought i seriously lost my mind. Now i was out to find my birth parents. I was adopted and had tried for years to find my real parents ever since the voice started appearing in my head when my house was robbed when i was nine. Everyone said "Saraya you need to calm down there are no voices." But it was there guifing me in times of trouble. I was scared. They all looked at me like i was crazy. I was alwats an outcast. I searchedthe computer for adoptions and anything i could find but came up empty handed. I grunted and the librarian told me to be quiet. I sighed and stood up grabbing my book bag. "Hey saraya what did your voice say today?" A girl said. Sarah the meanest girl in school with her entourage. "It told me how ugly and mean you are." I lashed out and walked away. Bullies. Had to deal with them my whole life. It didnt matter that my parents were rich. I got on the bus home in my usual seat at the back staring out the window. The voice whispered "Salira...." my head snapped back the name sounded familiar where had i heard it though. I rushed home when i got off the bus and ran to the computer i typed in 'Silara' there was only one result. I clicked it. It said the following: Silara is a fictional realm of magic where there is only one nation eith one ruler. This pkanet while fictional is said to have no modern technology and is dense with forests 3 timex bigger then the amazon rainforest. That was all it said. I was puzzled. Why would this be important. I exited the program and went to my room. I loojed at all my old rock band posters. I sat on my bed and toyed with the concept of Silara. I shook my head not thinking of why it would be importang. I had a weird feeling thoigh.....
ren27582000 More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed reading
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unseen picks up right where Unknown left off, following Kyla and Jethro on their quest to find the four elementals and bring the light back to their world. To do that, they’ll have to face ice storms, a volcano, evil warriors, and even dragons.  And yet, even with all the adventure, the most dangerous obstacle they face may be themselves. Will they survive the challenges to their faith in the prophecy? What does it mean to love someone when you’re promised to someone else? And ultimately, will they put their happiness ahead of doing what’s right? Pick up the book and find out!! You’ll love it.  And, of course, you’ve got to find out what happens to  Nikara!
Books4Tomorrow More than 1 year ago
Although I hardly ever finish a book in one day, Unseen seems to be the latest exception to the rule. The seekers, Kyla and Jethro, together with the first two elements, Adamar and Mya, continue their perilous journey to find the other two elements. The young people have to face storms in frozen wastelands, pursuit by the king's evil Elite, and dragon-infested caverns on a volcanic mountain in order to find the light that could save the world. At the same time Athra faces betrayal of the worst kind and has to make impossible decisions. Unseen is a fast-moving page-turner full of adventure and no small amount of suspense. As this story is written from multiple points of view, the reader is aware of what the good as well as the bad guys are doing at any given time. This makes for some truly nail-biting moments throughout the book. The forbidden love between Kyla and Jethro adds a bittersweet poignancy to the tale. As Athra, Kyla's husband to be, is a good man, one feels sorry that he may be the one who could get hurt in the end. If these brilliantly crafted characters crept into my heart in the first book of the series, this one fixed them there. I could feel with Kyla and Jethro as they struggled against a love that shouldn't be and I sympathized with Athra who has to deal with betrayal and make decisions which could endanger the city of Taramon. I loved that the heroes in this book are just people who can feel fear and know that they are not invincible. There is a wealth of wisdom written into the pages of Unseen, one of which is this:   “There is a mystery within the unseen. You do not know what your future holds. All you have to do is trust that the best waits for you. The desires of your heart will one day come true.” For a book full of non-stop adventure, suspense, a touch of romance and quite a bit of depth, I highly recommend Unseen by the brilliantly gifted Melissa Pearl and happily give it a well-deserved five stars. (Ellen Fritz)
Kristin_S_Kim More than 1 year ago
I want an elemental!! Disclaimer: I received an e-copy in exchange for an honest review. Kyla and Jethro are still on their journey, accompanied by children who are the elementals they're meant to bring together. Of course, it's still not a vacation, and they encounter many trials and tribulations along the way. Will they succeed? Or will they succumb to the difficulty of their task? This sequel just builds onto an already fantastic story, and I found myself eagerly awaiting each new chapter. Kyla and Jethro are wonderful characters, and I can easily picture the little elementals flitting around them. Athra and Nikara are also great to read about, and I can't wait to see what happens when their stories intertwine again. Looking forward to the next one already! 5 stars