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Indigo Awakening (The Hunted #1)

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Because of what you are, the Believers will hunt you down.

Voices told Lucas Darby to run. Voices no one else can hear. He’s warned his sister not to look for him, but Rayne refuses to let her troubled brother vanish on the streets of LA. In her desperate search, she meets Gabriel Stewart, a runaway with mysterious powers and far too many secrets. Rayne can’t explain her cr...more
Paperback, Original, 304 pages
Published December 18th 2012 by Harlequin Teen
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Giselle
Gah. I can't do it.

This is about where I knew this book and I weren't meant to be (about page 10 or so):
"Good one. LMAO," she said with her serious face.

She. Said. LMAO. *stares*
Steph Sinclair

I'm not giving this book a star rating because I only made it to about 10% in, but UGH. I'm so not impressed with what I did read. Cheesy lines, pervy guy, and the writing style wasn't for me. Premise sounded interesting, but it turned out to not be my thing.
Blythe
Dec 10, 2012 Blythe marked it as did-not-finish
Nope.
Abbe "The Sexy Gryffindor" Hinder
good

The summary for this sounds a lot creepier than the book actually is. You would think that when some crazy church cult is involved in kidnapping kids, shit is about to get good, right? Well not inIndigo Awakeningsince it's just a huge pile of boredom and unoriginality. After the initial excitement that I had upon reading the summary, I quickly started to skim the pages because everything is boring. Luke would have been an interesting character if it weren't for the fact that nothing other than...more
Sarah (saz101)
I'm sorry. So sorry.
I wanted to love this book, because I LOVE Jordan.
And I'm not prepared to say it's the book's fault, because hey. I'm a mood reader. I'm self aware enough to know it.

But... this book and I... we have problems. A few of them, and each of them narrators. All... oh... nine of them, if I count correctly.

Rayne seems a fairly typical 'loner girl' type: angry and cagey, alone against the world. She's resilient and determined, possessing all the traits necessary to make a fine heroin...more
Danny
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Colorful Cast of unique Characters with special Gifts!
The most striking point about Indigo Awakening is the incredible cast of characters! Written in 3rd POV, the story shifts between the major kexyplayers which let’s us get glimpses into different aspects of this story! Also, Jordan Dane truly has a wonderful way introducing all characters and making us care for them pretty fast. Moreover, the whole plot and world building was amazingly played out. Not reveali...more
Kay
2,5/5

I‘ve always had a thing for psychic kids and superpowers. I love the X-Men and love books with a similar theme, which is why I was very intrigued by Indigo Awakening‘s premise.

The book definitely has all the elements to create a suspenseful story filled with action and intrigue. Rayne and Lucas are likable, and their sister-brother bond only strengthens this feeling. It is easy to care for them and what happens to them as the story moves on. I also found the romance not to be too heavy. Sur...more
Juhina
Indigo Awakening started off with many question marks. The story revolves around a brother and a sister as well as an organization under a church that hunts kids called Indigos. Lucas Darby hears voices in his head and was locked up in a mental institution under the church. He was able to escape and reunite with people that are like him, even though he doesn't even know what the hell he is. At the same time, his sister, Rayne, is looking everywhere for him. She never wanted Lucas to end up at th...more
Lily (Lily Pond Reads)
Courtesy of HarlequinTEEN through Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.

It always pains me to give a book two stars, and I don't do it often. I even slept on it, chewed it over in my head and still decided to be honest about it. Indigo Awakening just wasn't a book for me no matter how I swing it. Some of this MIGHT have some spoilers, but nothing major so read on at your own risk.

The book starts out with Lucas who escapes a mental ward that his older sister had stuck him in, because she work...more
curious little beastie
Aug 10, 2012 curious little beastie marked it as to-read
Shelves: covergasm
I can't get over how gorgeous this cover is.
Tee loves Kyle Jacobson
Jordan Dane knows how to write a book. She takes a story and twists and weaves it till you are so hooked you don't know what time it is or where you are because you have been glued to the book or your e-reader. This is in fact what happened to me while I was reading Indigo Spell. I was at work and started reading it and then before you know it I missed lunch and it was 4:30 PM and time to leave. I had just finished the last sentence and was like HOLY INDIGO AWAKENING I need book two. What the he...more
Sharon
Review: 3 ½ out 5 stars

Indigo Awakening was kindly provided to me by Harlequin Teen and is the first book in The Hunted series by Jordan Dane.

Told from multiple POV’s it starts out with 15 year-old Lucas Darby escaping a mental institution and following a girls voice he is hearing in his head; with the only person he can trust being his sister Rayne, he leaves her a message but warns her not to search for him.

I was intrigued from the very onset of this book, with the story following a group of ‘...more
Jennifer
Lucas is on the run from the mental hospital his older sister Mia committed him to. His other sister Rayne is desperately trying to find him and doesn't trust Mia. Mia works for a church that is hunting kids with special abilities, indigo kids. Rayne meets Gabriel, who has visions of the future. He sees Lucas and agrees to help Rayne find him. There is also a large underground group of kids that are being hunted.

This book is in third person and follows a ton of characters. That really isn't my r...more
Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten)
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Bodea
Indigo Awakening is a good mix of action, mystery, suspense, and romance. It's sort of like a well balanced movie that you thouroughly enjoy, feel satisified with once it's over, and wouldn't mind a well thought out sequel to.

What I like about Indigo awakening is that it's very character and plot driven. It's not a book that's centered around the romantic entanglements, but rather the the discoveries that the characters have to make about themselves and eachother. I also like that the author us...more
Savannah (Books With Bite)
I love the way Ms. Jordan capture the reader with great characters!

What I loved most about this book are the characters. I love a great story where the characters are left out of the loop along with the reader. The author created such great dimension within the characters growth and their future. I love that all of the characters voices were unique yet strong. They all played a role significantly, to the entire plot, bringing the picture together right before the readers eyes. Another great ad...more
Book Twirps
When Rayne’s younger brother, Lucas, escapes from an institution, the last thing she can do is let it go, even though Lucas left her a message warning her against looking for him. According to Lucas, their older sister, Mia, had him committed to the church-run institution and the people running the place have a questionable reputation. Rayne doesn’t trust her sister either, but she can’t let Lucas wander the dangerous streets of L.A. alone.

Rayne sets out to find Lucas, only to get mixed up in so...more
Nicki Markus
This book is one I kept changing my mind about as I was reading. One moment I enjoyed it, the next I wasn't so sure. But overall, I have decided to give it four stars (three and half).

The storyline is interesting and while not 100% original, is still something that hasn't been done for a while and then more in TV shows than books. I liked the characters on the whole, but the one issue I had was that they sometimes felt too 'adult': doing and saying things that seemed wrong for their age.

The boo...more
Amber at Fall Into Books
I had high hopes for Indigo Awakening, and I have to admit that I was a bit disappointed. Sure the characters are all realistic, and Dane addresses some important issues, such as learning disabilities, but I just couldn't get into this novel. I can't really put my finger on what I didn't like about it. It just didn't draw me in. This book took me forever to finish, and I put it down several times in order to read other things. I just wasn't blown away by this one.

The characters are likable enoug...more
Debbie (at) I Heart YA Books
Indigo Awakening is a mind blowing Urban Fantasy/Sci-fi/Paranormal. Jordan Dane became one of my favorite authors after I read In the Arms of a Stone Angels and On a Dark Wing. Dane's dark, eerie style of writing won me as a reader and definitely gives me a few chills. Going into Indigo Awakening, I was expecting it to be similar to her other stories, where the main focus is on two characters and their relationship. But this story involved many characters. Five teenagers, two pre-teens, and a ch...more
Katie_la_geek
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I feel horrible for giving this book a low rating because it tried so hard to do something different, and it did succeed in doing something new but this just didn’t hold my attention. It was interesting enough in the beginning and I was extremely intrigued by what was going on but around the half-way point it just lost it.

The main problem was that it jumped around too much, every few pages we were with a different character, there was no time to settle down...more
Jeann (Happy Indulgence)
Nope, this is a DNF for me. I'm confused by all of the glowing reviews on this one.

I read until 70% and by that point I was finding myself increasingly bored, restless and skimming. The concept of it was great, Indigo children with abilities that are being hunted, but unfortunately wasn't pulled off very well. There wasn't much given by way of an explanation about the indigo children and their abilities, and you'd think with things to worry about like your brother being missing and your crazy s...more
Nicole
I marked this as read for now because, even though I'm in the middle of it and honestly have no interest in finishing it, I invested enough time in this book to call it read. I LOATHE the idea of picking it back up and I have to push myself through every sentence. And I'm even skimming through most of it. I'm sorry, I've never not finished a book, but at this point, I don't think it's going to happen. Sadly, this is for a blog tour, so I'm hoping I can change my post to a promo because I know th...more
Shaheen
While the concept is interesting, the multiple switches in point of view didn't allow me to get to know any of the characters and I felt disconnected from the story. To top it off there was insta-love, not once, but twice. It felt wrong, rushed, not well thought out.

I couldn't figure out any of the characters, I didn't sympathise with any of them, and although I read the first 100 pages and got a third into the story, there were no plot developments and the characters simply languished in their...more
Becky
Der Klappentext, auch wenn er an sich erstmal nicht viel hergibt, hat mich sehr neugierig gemacht. Es reizt mich, wenn man nicht viel vom Verlauf der Geschichte erkennen kann. Bei mir ging gleich das Kopfkino los, was wohl hinter allem steckt und aus dem Grund war ich ganz aufgeregt und konnte es kaum erwarten mit dem Lesen zu starten. Es gibt viele Gegensätze in der Geschichte die mich in eine andere Welt gezogen haben. Manche Orte sind magisch, andere Furcht einflößend. Einige Protagonisten zi...more
Babs
Lucas Darby wurde von seiner ältesten Schwester in ein Krankenhaus eingewiesen, wo er mit Medikamenten ruhig gestellt wurde. Dass er besondere Fähigkeiten hat und anders ist, als normale Menschen, war der Grund für diese Einweisung, auch wenn seine Schwester Mia es nur gut meinte und ihm damit zu helfen versuchte. Seine Schwester Rayne ist nicht mit Mias Entscheidungen einverstanden, die seit dem Tod ihrer Eltern denkt die Verantwortung für die Geschwister zu tragen. Das Krankenhaus in dem sich...more
Sharons  Bücherparadies
Über *BloggdeinBuch* bin ich auf dieses tolle Buch aufmerksam geworden und bekam es auch direkt zugeschickt. Vielen Dank dafür!

Worum gehts?
Lucas hat besondere Fähigkeiten und wird in ein Krankenhaus eingewiesen und mit Medikamenten ruhig gestellt. Doch der Friede dort hält nicht lange an. Seine Schwester Mia arbeitet für die Kirche, welche sich Nutzen an Lucas machen möchte. Doch Lucas bricht aus dem Krankenhaus aus und schon bald verstärken sich auch seine Kräfte wieder...Gleichzeitig macht sic...more
Manja
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Der packende Auftakt der neuen Fantasy-Serie von Erfolgsautorin Jordan Dane!
"Ich will dich sehen, aber es ist zu gefährlich. Du darfst nicht nach mir suchen. Versprich es mir."
Als Rayne Darby die Nachricht ihres Bruders Luke auf ihrem Anrufbeantworter hört, ist sie völlig verwirrt. Überstürzt macht Rayne sich auf die Suche, bemerkt jedoch bald, dass sie verfolgt wird. In einem Tunnel sieht sie dann plötzlich ein blaues Lic...more
Diayll
Originally Reviewed At: Mother/Gamer/Writer
Rating: 3 out of 5 Controllers
Review Source: NetGalley
Reviewer: Ariel

Indigo Awakening by Jordan Dane is an adventure filled with danger, psychics, and a little bit of romance.

In Indigo Awakening, the first book in the Hunted series, Lucas Darby has escaped from Haven Hills, the local mental hospital where his older sister, Mia, has been keeping him locked up, supposedly for his own good. Lucas is an Indigo child, an individual born with psychic abiliti...more
Marie-Claire
"Ich will dich sehen, aber es ist zu gefährlich. Du darfst nicht nach mir suchen. Versprich es mir." Als Rayne Darby die Nachricht ihres Bruder Luke auf ihrem Anrufbeantworter hört, ist sie völlig verwirrt. Überstürzt macht Rayne sich auf die Suche, bemerkt jedoch bald, dass sie verfolgt wird. In einem Tunnel sieht sie dann plötzlich ein blaues Licht, das von einem fremden Jungen ausgeht. Er hat die Arme ausgestreckt, die Lippen geöffnet in einem stummen Schrei – und ihre Verfolger ergreifen die...more
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