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Fate Forgotten (Fate of the Gods #2)

4.44 of 5 stars 4.44  ·  rating details  ·  34 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Since the gods returned Adam's memory six hundred years ago, Thor has been a scourge on his lives. But when Adam learns that Thor has been haunting his steps out of love for Eve, he is determined to banish the thunder god once and for all. Adam is no fool: Eve still loves the man she knew as Thorgrim, and if she ever learned he still lived, that he still loved her, Adam wo ...more
Paperback, 382 pages
Published November 5th 2013 by World Weaver Press (first published 2013)
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All I'm going to say is that, if you liked "Forged By Fate", you're going to LOVE this one.


Okay, I can't stop there. Once again, Amalia Dillin has managed to make me adore, hate, have severely mixed feelings, laugh, cry (just a little bit), and fall in fricking love with her.

Once again, the sort of love triangle between Eve, Adam and Thor/Garrit/all her myriad husbands, is sensational to read. I thought I was firmly in Team Thor, and then she goes and makes Adam the better choice
Breathtaking. The great depth, detail, beauty, humanity and love story that begin like a graceful whirlwind in Forged by Fate has escelated with great passion and imagination into a storm of the highest ranking in Fate Forgotten.
As the first book was focusing a lot on Eve this time we get a glimpse into Adam's world and it will test your compassion for whether by the end you sympathise with him or still doggedly deteste him. Of course Thor is still around keeping an eye on proceedings and well,
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I really enjoyed this book. I felt it was even better than the first one really showing how intertwined the fates of the many gods, Eve and Adam was in this story. The writing and transitioning between time periods is seamless and the plot kept me interested and ready to see what was waiting around the corner. I feel this book earned a well deserved 5 stars.

The book has past, present and future chapters. The past mainly focuses on Thor, the present focuses on Thor, Eve and Adam and all of their
I absolutely loved this book! I really didn't think this second book could surpass the first one but boy was a mistaken! All the story-lines got more involved but somehow all still tied together! It was interesting to see Eve and Adam's relationship and how it has evolved over time, you finally get to see a softer side to Adam and how Eve views him. I also enjoyed Thor's multiple story-lines throughout the second novel. I was just blown away by how well written the story was in all the different ...more
I'm a little bleary-eyed today, because I stayed up until midnight reading FATE FORGOTTEN. I had to finish it. I had to know what happened! And I'm so glad I did. At the beginning of the novel, even after reading TEMPTING FATE, I was a little sore with Adam for being such an asshole. Eve seems as if she's forgiven him a little quickly, even with the fact that he's been trying to change, but by the end of FATE FORGOTTEN my heart was breaking for him. His progression of character through the entir ...more
This was a wonderful second book in the trilogy. I was most intrigued by the way it jumped the story to the future as well as exploring the past and present. I so want more Thor and I loved the twists and turns that came about with Adam's character. I am so excited to see where Amalia takes this series in the final book.

Update: I liked this even better the second time. I wanted to refresh my memory before I started the third one, so I whipped through it pretty quickly, but I just love the way Am
Ok, how to write a review without giving things away....

ALL THE FEELS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That being said, I really loved this book. I was a little confused, at first, because of the switching between past/present/future, but it didn't take long for that to not be an issue any longer. And again, as with Forged by Fate, I just want to know what happens!!!!

I really think I might reread Forged by Fate and this one before the release of the third...Just to get an Eve/Thor fix. Have I mentioned I l
I have so many mixed emotions about this book. I was torn between giving this a lower rating due to things that bothered me, but I felt there were enough good things to make up for the bad.

The Bad:
Thor keeps getting on my nerves. So sick of reading about how obsessed he is with Eve as he stalks her for three thousand years. Wasn't ok in the first book, still not ok. Nothing's healthy about his feeling for her. I actually found the relationship between him and Athena much more enjoyable; it was b
Another good book, not happy with her being with so,some not thor but I'm hoping he has his chance in the final book! THOR!!!! five stars baby ;)
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This book was just as good as book one. I loved the way the Amalia juggled three separate time lines, and effortlessly made it work. I loved Adam so much in this story and there were several times unjust wanted to sob, because I felt so bad for ALL the characters. Overall, it was insanely good. And you should definitely read it.
I love this series! I have to admit that I'm a #ThorLove fangirl, but in this, the second novel, we get new insights into Adam, his past, his present, and even his future selves.
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Amalia Dillin began as a Biology major before taking Latin and falling in love with old heroes and older gods. After that, she couldn't stop writing about them, with the occasional break for more contemporary subjects. She lives in upstate New York with her husband, and dreams of the day when she will own goats--to pull her chariot through the sky, of course.

Amalia is the author of the Fate of th
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