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Unbreakable (The Legion, #1) by Kami Garcia

Remember, because Kennedy is so perf, all the boys want her. And naturally, so do the twins. So instead of showing some familial loyalty, or, you know, common sense, they fight each other both covertly and overtly for her affection. Because it makes total sense that after two days of knowing each other, they would both but SUPER in love with her, and place her as more valuable than the small bit of family they have left.

The weaker story. And the plain, uninteresting, often sub par writing.

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The love triangle. The lack of common sense in almost all the characters. The teenage angst. And so much more. I really wanted to love this book, I wanted to love it so much, but it was such a letdown. The book is relatively short and reads easily. View 2 comments. Aug 27, Juhina rated it it was amazing Shelves: for-review , hbg-canada , own , my-arcs.

It got me out of a reading slump and I somehow managed to make time to read it in a couple 4. Some books have the most fascinating plots but the storytelling is what is lacking, however Kami Garcia's way of writing is engaging and keeps you going. I would aim to read a chapter but end up reading a couple more. This book centers around ghosts.. I KNOW.. I am not a big fan of these paranormal novels but I honestly felt like I was watching a movie. I was able to visualize everything also, the some symbols, devices are actually drawn in the book , as well as feel like I was part of the action.

The main protagonist, Kennedy, just lost her mom and apparently she wasn't the only one. A group of kids her age rescue her and she ends up entangled in this "legion" business. The legion was established by 5 families and each one of the kids are a descendent. I loved the action with the ghosts and how Priest, a 14 year old, creates the most epic weapons out of the most useless objects. Other than the plot, I think he characters were definitely part of the reason of me loving Unbreakable.

I loved Kennedy, she didn't take any crap from anyone. However I loved Jared.

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He was the brooding twin to Lukas, who is always a ray of sunshine. Lastly is Alara, who you all might think is the pain in the butt jealous character who is out to get our main protagonist, but surprisingly she wasn't like that. Along with Priest, they all felt like such a family, especially since they lived and traveled together. We don't get a ton of background history on each character and I must admit Alara and Luke felt a bit flat to me but Jared and Priest won me over.

I actually looked up whether Unbreakable had a sequel while I was still reading it and was relieved when I found out it IS part of a series. Usually you expect the opposite, but for Unbreakable I was happy that it isn't a standalone. I recommend it to all YA fans since I feel that it'll appeal to everyone, but since it IS October, you should definitely pick it up, especially with that cover!

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Oct 23, Carol [Goodreads Addict] rated it really liked it Shelves: paranormal-fantasy , young-adult. Kennedy Waters is just a normal 17 year old girl, or she thought so anyway. She never really felt, though, like she belonged at school. Her best friend, Elle is the one with the bubbly personality. The one who likes to flirt with boys. Kennedy is happiest when she is drawing or painting. And there is one other thing that sets her apart from others her age, she has a photographic memory. But, her life is pretty normal. She lives with her Mom who she loves with all her heart.

But one night, that Kennedy Waters is just a normal 17 year old girl, or she thought so anyway. But one night, that life is stolen from her. She goes off to the movies with her friend and when she gets home, she finds her Mom dead. She is told she has to either live with her Aunt whom she doesn't even know, or she can go off to a boarding school which is what she chooses.

But the night before she is to leave, something tries to kill her. And right into her life, her house, her bedroom, runs two very cute twins, Lucas and Jared. They save her but what are these boys doing in her house? They claim they have been watching her. That her Mom was a part of a Legion of five that protected the world from vengeful demons.

Their Dad and Uncle were also members. But all five of them were killed on the same night. So now it is up to their children to take on their cause. Kennedy does not believe that her Mom was part of such a group. But she has no choice but to run with these boys because the entire house is being attacked from something very angry. She meets the other two members of their group, Priest and Alara. But each of these teens has a specialty, something to offer. Kennedy doesn't feel like she has anything to offer. I really did like this book.

The action starts right away.

There were never really any slow times. And I instantly fell in love with Kennedy. She is a seemingly well adjusted teen but doubts her own strength or value. And there is an instant attraction with one of the twins.

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These kids literally carry the weight of the world on their shoulders. But they accept the responsibility that they feel has been handed down to them without hesitation. The book was actually a little bit creepy at times but not enough to actually make me uncomfortable. The book was told in true Kami Garcia form with lots of action, mystery and romance.

There is a bit of a cliff hanger and I can't wait for the next book. Dec 03, Mizuki rated it liked it Shelves: young-adult-books , horror , supernatural-stuff , pretty-good. I didn't know what to expect when I opened Unbreakable , I knew there will be a group of teenagers who act as demon hunters I also have to admit teenage demon hunters really isn't my thing, but for the sake of the author, Kami Garcia, I decided to give this book a shot. Turns out this book is quite a mixed bag, the demon-hunting plot is only so-and-so, not to mention I don't like the romance between the two teenagers you will know which two of 3.

Turns out this book is quite a mixed bag, the demon-hunting plot is only so-and-so, not to mention I don't like the romance between the two teenagers you will know which two of them soon enough and the hint of an upcoming love triangle you know how much I hate love triangles ; on the other hand, the haunting scenes are well written and once the action scenes arrive, the story is working well for me! As to the characters, they are decent enough and no one is being a drama queen in their situation, that much I'm thankful, yet I still think there are still plenty of rooms for them to grow.


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I'm very curious about what will happen next, so I borrowed the sequel and started reading ASAP after I'd finished with this one. Jul 16, Giselle rated it liked it Shelves: , genre-supernatural , arc-electronic , genre-ghosts , from-netgalley , requested-for-review , 3-star , age-young-adult , genre-paranormal. I wasn't expecting this mystery surrounding a secret society combined with ghost busting. And I was happy that it was something different from all the other books that I read.

I rather enjoyed it minus the lovey dovey romance. There were scary instances where I felt creeped out. I could imagine everything happening like watching a movie in front of my eyes.