Unraveled (Intertwined, #2)
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Since coming to Crossroads, Oklahoma, former outcast Aden Stone has been living the good life. Never mind that one of his best friends is a werewolf, his girlfriend is a vampire princess who hungers for his blood, and he's supposed to be crowned Vampire King—while still a human! Well, kind of.

With four—oops, three now—human souls living inside his head, Aden has always b

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Hardcover, 572 pages
Published August 31st 2010 by Harlequin Teen (first published January 1st 2010)
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Murphy's Library
(from Murphy's Library - http://www.murphyslibrary.com/ - rated 4 and a half)

Oh my God! I swear even if I liked Intertwined, I haven’t expected Unraveled to be so good. I just couldn’t stop reading and I forgot to breath a dozen of times. The book is wonderful. While Gena wasn’t steady with her writing in Interwined, she got homerun with this one.

The narrative is excellent. The voices are much better to comprehend now, the story flies and the actions are perfect. I seriously was uptight the whol...more
Liliana ♥s Mythology
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Lets see if I can put my jumbled thoughts into a coherent review.

Q: So, what did I think about this book?
A: Hmmm, how do I explain… AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! There :) Its not coherent, just like I suspected lol
Q: Is that a good or bad ahhhhhhhh?
A: Bad, a very bad ahhhhhh! I think its one of the most infuriating books I have ever read!! It made me want to cry in frustration, and bang my head against something hard (preferably a wall)! But I didn’t because eve...more
Zainab
As much as I adore these series, I can't stand it. I just find the characters unbelievably unbelievable, and the only thing that kept me going was to find out what was gonna happen in the end. Now that I have, I probably will end up reading the next book too. Should be intereting.
Page (One Book At A Time)
I'm beginning to think I need to eat my words when I say that the second book usually disappoints. As of late, that has so not been the case. After reading Intertwined, I might not have read Unraveled had it not been for that fact that I won a copy of it. I would have missed an excellent addition to a series I will be continuing!

Poor Aden! All he wants to do is have a normal life, attend high school, etc. But, now he's the king of the vampires. He has to make decision regarding blood-slaves, cha...more
Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten)
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Sophie *Ninja Rapunzel*
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Kristi
One of the reasons I loved the first novel in this series, Intertwined, was because it was the ultimate paranormal read. You like vampires, it’s got em. Werewolves? Got those too! Fairies, witches, goblins, demons... you betcha! It’s like a creature overload and I love it.

Unraveled didn’t disappoint.

Intertwined was more of an introduction novel... you meet Aden, lean about his ‘abilities’ and you meet the three other characters; Victoria, Mary Ann and Riley. Unraveled is a lot more action! And...more
Megan M
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Jess (The Cozy Reader) Kennedy

Since I'm sucking at posting reviews I've decided to let Goodreads do the work for me. I'm hoping this will at least let me express my thoughts on the title at the very minimum even though it might not be formatted as I have in the past.

Unraveled (Intertwined, #2) by Gena Showalter

My initial thoughts after reading Unraveled:
Amazingly perfect. Awaiting the next book already! :)

Gena Showalter never fails to impress me.

What I love about Gena's YA series is that it's relevant to the young adult age group while so full of awesome that adult re...more
Jennifer
Unraveled introduced very few new characters, which was a major plus. We're finally getting to see more of the many that showed up briefly in Intertwined. A lot of questions were raised in Unraveled. The problem is there were almost no answers provided. The book ends with a huge new issue without resolving any of the many issues that have come up in either book. While I enjoyed the ride, I found myself unsatisfied in the end, wondering when if we would ever actually be given answers or if the qu...more
Aimee (Coffee Table Reviews)
I don't know why I waited so long to get to the second book. The first was amazing, the second is just as great! I love this series so far. So different and unique that it's so much fun to delve into this world and get lost in such great characters.

In case you don't know, I love the souls. They crack me up! They are always seeming to cause Aden problems, headache and heartache. They keep Dan thinking he's not as okay as Aden tries to make him seem and they don't give Aden any sort of peace. But...more
Darlene
Alright, so Unraveled starts two days after the ending of the last book, and I have to say I liked Intertwined a lot better than this one(yes, I only rated it 2 stars but it was a whole star better than the second book). It was such a paranormalcy overload. The souls were enough fun without the vampires and werewolves and witches and goblins
and faeries and vampires and. . .

I liked the characters a lot less in this book too. Except for Victoria. I still hate her as much as before. Oh, and except...more
Zam
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Micah Incredible
Okay, I have YET to read Intertwined(the first book) i saw this book at the Library so i started with it first.

All in All, this is a decent read.
The Voices Aden hears are actually the best part and I look forward to going back to Book 1 to get a better intro of them.

I love Riley and Mary Ann's relationship and their characters are very engaging in this book. I want a boyfriend like Riley :)

What I don't like:

Aden & Victoria.

Aden alone as a character without Victoria is pretty cool and I like...more
Amanda
Young Aden now finds himself in Crossroads, Oklahoma, seemingly the middle of nowhere and struggling to live a normal life in high school. That's a little difficult since he's supposed to be a vampire king (despite the fact that he isn't a vampire), his girlfriend is a vampire princess and his best friend is a werewolf. Not to mention the three souls that inhabit Aden's body. Yeah, you heard me right: three. It doesn't help that these strange souls can time travel, possess other people's mind, t...more
Julie
I'm back in Crossroads baby! I probably shouldn't be this excited about being back with Aden and his friends, considering they do have a death curse on them, but I can't help it. I couldn't wait to get back into this fantastical fictitious world created by Showalter. There's murder, intrigue, love ... and werewolves! Who wouldn't be?

Aden has found a way to be with the love of his young life, Victoria the vampire. All he had to do was kill her betrothed, the Vampire King who murdered her father,...more
JenniferJ
I found Unraveled to drag a bit compared to the awesomeness of Intertwined. Eveybody is still trying to come to terms with Aden becoming the king of the vampires and they still have the witch curse looming over there heads as well as creatures still spilling from the woodworks trying to get at the new king, a title that Aden so totally has confessed he does not want and ponders over why Riley cant be the new king but yet there is a nagging moment every time he thinks of giving up the title.

I am...more
Saturnus
Aden Stone: föräldrarlös, ensam och helt galen

Så var det en gång i tiden.
Men det förändrades då han träffade Victoria, vampyrprinssesan. Hon, hans nya bästa vän Mary Ann och hennes varulvs- pojkvän Riley gjorde Aden lyckligare än han någonsin kunnat föreställa sig att en person kunde vara.

Men Lyckan varade inte länge

Bara efter ett par veckor blev dom förbannade av en häxa, och om Aden inte lyckas komma på häxornas hemliga möte är alla hans vänner döda. Som om det inte vore nog är han nu vampyr...more
Rhianna
Love Gena, Hated This Book

Aden Stone used to be considered a crazy, an outcast. Since coming to Crossroads, Oklahoma though life has been looking up. His home life at the D and M Ranch is pretty decent. He's trying to do well in school. He even has a friends and a girlfriend. So maybe some of those friends are vampires and werewolves, and maybe there are still three souls chatting him up in his head. Things could be worse, he could be about to be crowned king of the vampires in spite of the fact...more
Star (The Bibliophilic Book Blog)
This is the continuation of Aden's story, which began in Intertwined. He's not the only one with new troubles and big secrets. Unfortunately, not all of the changes will bring happiness to those involved. Sometimes you can't catch a break...

Aden's a uncrowned vampire king with a vision of his own death, Victoria's being challenged for Aden, Riley and Mary Ann are fighting within themselves and with each other. The vampires, witches, and fairies are slavering for Aden's blood. Now he needs all th...more
Helen
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Louisa
Oh, man, such a freaking great book, Mary Ann, Aden, Victoria, and Riley grow in this book, and we actually get to met Riley's brothers! I want more!!!! I'm still despairing of the fact that #4 won't come out till 2015 ;(

*First read September 16th 2011*
I loved this book! It was a great continuation of a great series! I can't wait for Twisted to come out, and I already have (just today) a preoreder of it, that I won! And I read it and Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead in 1 day, so about 1200 pages...more
Trissa White
Wow... this book has a LOT going on. Almost too much, but somehow the author does a really good job of keeping the flow and and not losing the reader. If you are into the supernatural then this book has it all; wolves, vampires, drainers, muters, souls stuck in someone elses head, goblins, fairys, witches, beast like dragons held captive inside the vampires... you get the point. The entire book follows two love stories and both of them get an A+ from me. I appreciate that there are no triangles...more
Jabberwocky
NOTE: COMPLETE SERIES REVIEW W/ INDIVIDUAL RATINGS



I have a love/hate relationship with the Intertwined Series by Gena Showalter.

There are three books—Intertwined, Unraveled, and Twisted. The first two books were great, awesome. I was intrigued with the storyline, came to know and love the characters, and wanted more, more, more. And the last book that knocked me for a loop! I've never thrown a book before (that's book-nerd blasphemy!) but I had the uncanny urge to hurl my borrowed hardcover...more
Brenda
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Jenn
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Lightning
Too much happened in this. I don't... I can't?
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Sandra Pulliam
Once again I was spellbound by this series. Gena Showalter is an amazing story teller and she kept me up all night reading the end of this book. Very much looking forward to the next book! I can't wait to see where this all ends up! Loving Riley and Mary Anne! I think Victoria and Aden can be cheesy at times. My favorite soul is Caleb! I laughed out loud a few time. His character is so funny! Gonna go pick up the next book tomorrow!
Malanie
With the first book, I saw opportunities. Then, all of a sudden there was a change: before the souls took precedence and suddenly they have become the background to the paranormal storyline. Mind you, not much seemed to happen in this book. No souls released, Aiden makes some friends in his foster home, and relationships develop somewhat. Oh, and Mary Ann is actually given a role in the supernatural world, although her and Aden's connection is still left unexplained. The witches' curse seems to...more
rameau
The first half was filled with boring teenage relationship drama, but the second half reminded me why I liked the first book in the series. The aftertaste tells me the author might have bit off more than she can chew. There's just too many different kinds of supernatural beings littered on the pages for any of them to be characterised properly. Mary Ann and Aden had theirs sketched in the first book.
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Gena Showalter is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty books in paranormal and contemporary romances, as well as young adult novels. Her series include White Rabbit Chronicles, Angels of the Dark, Otherworld Assassins, Lords of the Underworld, Alien Huntress and Intertwined.

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