View our feature on Rachel Caine's Unseen. After Cassiel and Warden Luis Rocha rescue an adept child from a maniacal Djinn, they realize two things: the girl is already manifesting an incredible amount of power, and her kidnapping was not an isolated incident. This Djinn-aided by her devoted... show more
View our feature on Rachel Caine's Unseen. After Cassiel and Warden Luis Rocha rescue an adept child from a maniacal Djinn, they realize two things: the girl is already manifesting an incredible amount of power, and her kidnapping was not an isolated incident. This Djinn-aided by her devoted followers-is capturing children all over the world, and indoctrinating them so she can use their strength for herself. With no other options, Cassiel infiltrates the Djinn's organization-because if Cassiel cannot stop the Djinn's apocalyptic designs, all of humanity may be destroyed.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 1st 2011
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Re-read: 7/15/15 - 3 starsOriginally read: 5/1/11 - 3 starsI'm sad to write that I was disappointed with Unseen. It lacked the excitement and adventure of the first two books. The attraction between Luis and Cassiel was missing; they almost seemed to be going through the motions. I was extremely ann...
Cassiel and Warden Luis Rocha are a force to be reconciled with!This Djinn are kidnapping and holding children, using them for thier awful war. This one really heats up on the action.www.ktbookreviews.blogspot.com
Suddenly, I'm really glad that this series only has four books in it. It's starting to get on my nerves. One enemy, lots of drama, four books. I think that's why I like PNR so much, since those are at least different POVs for different books. I don't think I'll ever be able to completely trust Luis ...
By far the best Rachel Caine's book I've read - it's still full of action, but characters which were not developed enough in earlier books are more interesting. Ibby is always a big unknown and we never know if she is going to trust Cassie.
If I am not mistaken, this will be the book BEFORE the final one in the series and the threat just escalates to a point where I (as reader) prepare myself for an apocalyptic kind of conclusion in book #4. Pearl shows why she is probably one the most evil villains I have ever encountered. Her plan is...