The Forgotten

The Forgotten Across the United States children are vanishing Only this time faeries may not be to blameDante Regent of the fae s Rogue Court has been receiving disturbing reports Human children are manifesting

  • Title: The Forgotten
  • Author: Bishop O'Connell
  • ISBN: 9780062358806
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Across the United States, children are vanishing Only this time, faeries may not be to blameDante, Regent of the fae s Rogue Court, has been receiving disturbing reports Human children are manifesting magical powers in record numbers Shunned and forgotten, they live on the streets in ragtag groups with the already booming population of homeless changelings But the stAcross the United States, children are vanishing Only this time, faeries may not be to blameDante, Regent of the fae s Rogue Court, has been receiving disturbing reports Human children are manifesting magical powers in record numbers Shunned and forgotten, they live on the streets in ragtag groups with the already booming population of homeless changelings But the streets aren t a haven someone, or something, is hunting these children down.Wraith, a teenage spell slinger, has no home, no family, and no real memories of her past She and her friends SK, Fritz, and Shadow are constantly on the run, fleeing from a dark and unknown enemy But when her companions are taken by the snatchers, Wraith is their only hope Her journey to find them will test the limits of her magic and her trust A dark force is on the rise, and it could spell the end of our world as we know it.

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    About "Bishop O'Connell"

    1. Bishop O'Connell

      Bishop O Connell is the author of the American Faerie Tale series, a consultant, writer, blogger, and lover of kilts and beer, as well as a member of the Science Fiction Fantasy Writers of America Born in Naples Italy while his father was stationed in Sardinia, Bishop grew up in San Diego, CA where he fell in love with the ocean and fish tacos After wandering the country for work and school absolutely not because he was in hiding from mind controlling bunnies , he settled in Richmond VA, where he writes, collects swords, revels in his immortality as a critically acclaimed visionary of the urban fantasy genre, and is regularly chastised for making up things for his bio He can also be found online at A Quiet Pint aquietpint , where he muses philosophical on life, the universe, and everything, as well as various aspects of writing and the road to getting published.

    698 thoughts on “The Forgotten”

    1. I broke one of my sacred reading rules with The Forgotten. I read the series out of order. It's something I've only done once before and something I don't plan on making a habit of. Even though I didn't read The Stolen, I never felt like this took away from my enjoyment of the story. Also, I discovered that the lead characters in book 1 are not the same as in this sequel, so that seemed to work out in my favor. I really enjoyed the magical elements of this world. There were various types of magi [...]


    2. 3.5/5Mon avis en FrançaisMy ENglish reviewI really loved the first book and I was eager to read on to discover more about this world that the author had presented earlier. I think that I have a little less adhered to this new story, perhaps because we focus on other characters but that does not change the fact that I still had a good time with the novel. Indeed, while we followed Caitlin, Edward, Donovan and Dante in the previous volume, we are this time more focused on Dante’s history and a [...]


    3. This sequel to Bishop O'Connell's The Stolen expands on the premise of the original by dialing the action up to eleven. Featuring part of the cast from the previous book, this one introduces a new protagonist that takes center stage in a hidden, magical war on the streets of Seattle.Though there is some confusion at points, it is mostly due to the main character's memory issues. The plot threads are also woven much more tightly this time around, and converge, rather than diverge, into a thrillin [...]


    4. Entered in date of completion and nominal rating on 09/17/16. I hope to fill in more later.One note for this book is that it lost a whole star for its poor use of Seattle landmarks, specifically the Seattle Underground and the Fremont Troll. The article which sent me to these books heavily stressed the research the author had done about the cities that were the settings for each of these books, with this one being Seattle. Honestly, I don't buy it for this one, for the simple reason that it is t [...]


    5. 3 stars - barely - on my scale, a 3 star book was an OK read, but I'm likely to give it away as I won't want to read it again.This book violated Dann's Dictum for authors. Simply put, don't write a series unless you can make every installment top notch work. While the first book was great, I had to work to get through this one.There was far too much magic that was nebulous. The protagonist almost wanders along in a bit of a fog. The use of higher mathematical symbology for the protagonist's mean [...]


    6. A great story This book evidences great story telling and Janey-Wraith, the protagonist is well drawn. The problem is, the book can't stand alone. As second in a sequence the reader really needs to read book one to clearly understand book two. I had to go back and review. O'Connell should have done that for me. Also, there are threads left hanging. Avenues not clearly explored. I got a fuzzy feeling from the narrative, like the author wasn't quite sure where he was coming from or going to someti [...]




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