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Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2012
Just finished reading The Unspoken and before starting my review I decided to read some of the reviews. All though I agree with people that an author should research a subject prior to writing it, I'm not sure I would focus totally on those errors. I do a lot of reading and frankly have noticed that in 95% of the books I've read (in different genres) that there are mistakes in them. BUT when I read these types of fictional stories, either being mystery, horror, paranormal, romance, I am just looking for an escape. Not focusing on errors so much, but searching for that story that will temporarily take me away from my daily problems. The Unspoken was one that did.
Now on to my review. Another great story by Heather Graham. All though usually her books can be read by themselves, it does help to read her previous books. Especially the last one, The Unholy, to understand the story better.
As usually this had everything I was looking for in a story to get lost in. Intrigue, suspense, romance, mystery, action, etc. I am so glad that Will wasn't overlooked and he got his own story. I wasn't sure at first if I would like the pairing of Will and Kat, but they were amazing together. Major chemistry between them. It worked out well.
The story in itself was intriguing, so many possible suspects. It had me guessing until the end. All in all, it was a great story, even with the mistakes. But to me that's what makes me a fan of hers. Her books have always been interesting, a great escape, that it's worth just reading for the story itself.