Unforgiven Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Every story has a dark side, and this story belongs to Cam, the brooding, bad-boy dark angel Fallen fans love.
High school can be Hell. Cam knows what it’s like to be haunted. He’s spent more time in Hell than any angel ever should. And his freshest Hell is high school, where Lilith, the girl he can’t stop loving, is serving out a punishment for his crimes.
Cam made a bet with Lucifer: He has 15 days to convince the only girl who really matters to him to love him again. If he succeeds, Lilith will be allowed back into the world, and they can live their lives together. But if he fails...there’s a special place in Hell just for him. Tick-tock. Spread your wings and cry, as bad boy dark angel Cam finally reveals his anguished heart in the epic Fallen novel, Unforgiven.
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|Listening Length||8 hours|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||November 10, 2015|
|Best Sellers Rank||
#84,580 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#75 in Paranormal & Supernatural Fantasy for Children
#194 in Paranormal Romance for Teens
#227 in Paranormal Mystery, Thriller & Suspense for Teens
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After finding out that Lilith, the mortal Cam fell in love with oh so long ago, is living in constant cycles of Hell, he literally makes a deal with the Devil and has 15 days to convince Lilith that he loves her and she loves him. You should be warned that this is not the same Cam we knows from the rest of the series. And to me, this is one of the downfalls of this novel. While Cam is still Cam in certain ways, and different in others, I just kept expecting a bit more from him. Obviously, his bad-boy, brooding ways weren't going to work in winning over Lilith, but he lost some of the characteristics that made me fall in love with his character in the beginning. I did greatly enjoy Lilith's character. She's tough, and I loved watching her transformation over the course of the story. However, the constant drama between her and Cam did become a bit tedious while reading, and I could have done without some of it. Regardless, I did love Lilith and Cam as a couple, especially when they first met because she wasn't swayed like the typical girls Cam surrounded himself with. She had a lot of sass and was feisty, and I loved it!
One aspect of the story that I really enjoyed was the flashbacks to Cam and Lilith's life when they met the first time in Canaan. Lauren Kate shows exactly what happened between the characters and how their history shaped their characters in the present. The little interludes where we saw these flashbacks was a great way for the reader to learn more about Cam and Lilith's past, and I thought it was a unique way for Ms. Kate to go about revealing their story.
Overall, the story wasn't exactly what I was expecting, and I did want more from Cam's story, but for the most part it was a very enjoyable read that I think will please most fans of the Fallen series. The ending is kind of left open, but it ends nicely, and it was nice for Cam to have his story all tied up.
Happy reading :)
So Cam is trying to win back Lilith and there are just some weird plot things. There are quite a few song lyrics in this and they just don't read right? Song lyrics just don't transfer well to books I don't think because they always felt like they fit in a weird way in this book.
Luis and Jean felt very flat, like I can't name anything about them that makes them stand out. Which sucks because I want to like them, but I don't have any feelings at all. Even Penn managed to make me feel something.
I'm happy Arriane and Roland returned for a few chapters, but they didn't feel like themselves. Arriane especially, just felt out of character. I legit thought they were fakes conjured by Lucifer until it was revealed that oops no they're real. (view spoiler)
This books is basically just one giant misunderstanding that could be avoided if Lilith just let Cam explain things and believed what he had to say instead of believing the school. There are moments where things felt like they should've been major, but never get mentioned again. And there are so many revelations in the last two chapters and it feels like we got 5 chapters in one, and the ending just doesn't make sense with where the plot ended at. I mean I should've assumed, but it still felt unearned.
I really enjoyed the plot, but sometimes I missed Luce and Daniel. They are mentioned a lot in this book. I really like that, but I get why some people are annoyed with it because this isn't their story it's Cam's. I noticed that Cam is different in this book. Some of his characteristics are lost like his bad-boy personality. It's one of the biggest things I missed about him.
Every few chapters there will be an interlude of flashbacks of Cam and Lilith when the first met in Canaan three thousand years ago. Cam never told Lilith he was a fallen angel and rejected Lilith because he was afraid she wouldn't accept him for who he truly is.
Throughout the story I loved watching Lilith transform throughout the story and then remembering her past. Another thing I really liked is the band called Revenge she she starts with Cam and two other guys Jean Rah and Luis. They sign up for battle of the bands. If you listen to the book on audible you can listen to the bands actual songs! YES! There is an EP you can listen to! It's also available on iTunes!
The ending was kind of left open which makes me a little sad, but it ended strongly and I am satisfied! To be honest I still love Daniel and Luce's story more, but Cam really deserved the spotlight for once! In Rapture Cam said "I never asked for a happy ending." He got his happy ending after all!
I'm really sad that there are no more Fallen books to read! I can now say that I have read all of the Fallen books!
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Cam has only just learnt that his love is in hell, not in heaven as he previously believed. He makes a deal with Lucifer, hoping to free himself and Lillith from her hell. The problem is that he only has fifteen days to make her fall in love with him all over again. Can he do it or will Lucifer use all his hellish tricks to stop him from succeeding?
I love the angels stories and I can honestly say that Fallen is one of my favourites. There isn't as much action as in Daniel's and Luce's story, but the concept of Lillith being stuck in hell and Cam rescuing her from this fate is captivating. The writing is fluid and the characters are interesting. It ends a little abruptly, but that doesn't actually take anything away from the storyline. I thoroughly enjoyed it and maybe I'll revisit the whole series.