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4.26  ·  Rating details ·  66 ratings  ·  39 reviews
Perhaps the most dangerous person to gain unimaginable power is the one who feels oppressed.

And full of wrath. For very good reason.
ebook, 50 pages
Published December 22nd 2012
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Allana Kephart
Dec 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing

Okay, so, when I first found out about this I was like--

Because I LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOVVVVVVEEEEEEEEEEEE Jonas and everything J Meyers writes.

And then I started reading it and it's like--

And now I want to read Intangible all over again and I do not have that kind of time, I have reviews to write butbutbut---


...official review to come but I am so leaving my gifs up... lol

"Official" Non-Giffy Review also seen on Girls *Heart* Books.

Now let me make this perfectly clear for everyone-- I love Jonas
Lauren (Northern Plunder)
This review was first posted on Northern Plunder, if you want to see more reviews please click here.

So when I got the opportunity to request this novella for review from J. Meyers I simply couldn't resist and jumped at the chance. Boy I'm super glad I did too. This novella accompanies her book Intangible which is the first in the series, which I enjoyed to pieces and my favourite character was Jonas. This story of course follows Jonas before our first meeting with him in Intangible as well as en
♥ Amanda
Dec 25, 2012 rated it liked it
I received a copy of Indomitable courtesy of the author in exchange for a review.

I was pretty happy to get Indomitable from J. Meyers, since I really enjoyed Intangible and Intuition! Indomitable tells us the story of Jonas, and how he came to be. It starts in present day, then goes back 200 years. Nothing I love more than insight into mysterious characters. It makes me feel like I'm being let in on a secret! I can't wait for the next book to be out!
Shelley (Bella)
This was exactly what I wanted after reading Intuition and Intangible. More Jonas. Elusive, intriguing, and unpredictable Jonas. Thank you, J. Meyers. Thank you. Not only from his POV, but also his past AND present? What a treat. Just enough to give those that haven't read them a "taste" of the mysterious Jonas, and those of us that have, a greater appreciation of this fantastic specimen. Now where's that sequel?
S. Policar
Apr 21, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This is great start to the Intangible Series. You get your first peak at Jonas here and see how he functions in the present time. You also get get quite the look at him when he was human.
I'm honestly surprised Jonas feels as he does toward humans after all he'd been through in his life. A lesser being would have been lost forever, yet Jonas somehow found his way back.
The Realm is described in such vivid detail you can almost smell the air there if you try hard enough.
Lilith, while we all know sh
Indomitable is a prequel novella to Intangible by J. Meyers and it focuses on Jonas and how he became the powerful being he is when we meet him in Intangible. I didn't think it was possible to like Jonas anymore than I already did but I was so wrong. He has overcome SO much in his life and dealt with so much tragedy. My heart just broke for him as I read this novella. There was quite a bit of crying going on here. I went through half a box of kleenex. J. Meyers, you've done it again. I get more ...more
Eileen Souza
Dec 28, 2012 rated it really liked it
This was a GREAT novella - told from the perspective of Jonas. By the second chapter I was so full of righteous anger, I could have killed one of the characters myself!

As these short stories become more prevalent in the YA genre, I'm starting to develop a definition of what makes a "good" x.5:

1. I want it to add detail to the story I know:
Indomitable definitely showed me an aspect of the Intangible world that I hadn't previously seen. To be able to see the world from Jonas' eyes - especially how
Books In Bloom
Jan 07, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Well, I totally loved this mini book! I've read 2 other books from this author and i've absolutely loved all of them!

Point of View. I've talked so much about a book's point of view in the past that I think everyone knows that I love First Person. For whatever reason, i usually have a hard time getting into stories written in 3rd person. The books written by J.Meyers are all third person but they are written so beautifully and craftily that i didn't even realize! They are so captivating i didn't
Erica (Reading Kitten)

Loved it! :)

If you've read my review of Intangible (which you probably haven't, but oh well...), you know that I absolutely loved Jonas' character. So I was very excited when I saw that this short story about him had just been released!

This story takes place before everything that happens in Intangible. It switches between present time and 200 years ago. The part of 200 years ago tells you something about how Jonas became a vampire and what happened after that.

Even though you get a free preview
Jodi Davis
Read this and other reviews at my blog.

Jonas was a vampire. He wasn't a usual vampire, he was special, the chosen one. But he hadn't always been. He was human once.

This was a short novella that played as a bit of an origin story for Jonas. It is entirely from his point of view, flashing back and forth between his past life and his current one.

Jonas is a really intriguing character. So much is unknown about him, and this novella answers quite a few questions, while making you want to know him m
Shelly Hammond
If this novella is an indication of how the Intangible series is going to be, I am very glad I went ahead and purchased all of it that's available right now! I'm looking forward to reading more.

This short novella gave an in-depth look into the past of the character named Jonas. You find out who he is and how he became the way he is today by delving deeply into his past. By the end, the story leads up to the characters that are going to be in the next book, or one of the characters, and very shor
Alicia Batista (Addicted Readers)
5 Stars

This is the prequel of Intangible, and it's AMAZING! This GREAT little short story is of Jonas and how he became to be and what he had to go through in his human life to his vampire life!

I've always had a soft spot for Jonas. In the first book Intangible, he was such a strong, important character and I always felt Jonas would do to great this in this series! I always secretly hoped for something more between Jonas and Sera, and I'm praying we get to see that in the second book in the se
Nancy (The Avid Reader)
Dec 19, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I received a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion.

Indomitable is a novella about a character Jonas out of J. Meyers novel Intangible. Jonas was one of my favorite characters from Intangible. I hope that Sera and Jonas get together in the next book Imaginable. I have read both Intangible and Intuition and loved them both. If you have not read them yet then I think you need too. Why? You may ask well because they are very great, fantastic reads.

Jonas is a vampire who in Inta
Jennifer  Ricketts (Donnie Darko Girl)
I received a copy of this story from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Wow! This was a hard hitting, emotional punch in the gut kind of read. I've always been curious about Jonas's backstory and by taking a look into his past, I was given a lot of insight into his present actions and motivations. What he went through in his human life before becoming a vampire was shocking and knowing similar events happened in real life during that period of time in this country is difficult to read
Theresa Jones
Dec 27, 2012 rated it really liked it
So… Indomitable is a prequel to Intangible told in Jonas’s POV. In case you haven’t read Intangible, I wont have any spoilers, but it is about twins, a brother and sister, who are prophesied to either destroy the Realm (where the supernatural live) or save it. Because of this, many want to kill them, and some want to protect them.

Jonas is a vampire who was originally meant to kill them when they were born. But he didn’t want to kill innocent babies, and didn’t. Instead another vampire was said
Dec 26, 2012 rated it liked it
I got a copy for review in exchange for an honest review.

I really enjoyed the first book in this series, so I was excited when I heard there was another short story coming out. This short story tells Jonas story, only minpoint is that I couldnt remember who he was exactly he was, because it has been some time since I read book 1. Later on I found out that actually this short story takes place before book 1 and it isnt nessecary to know who Jonas is.

This story gives us some more background about
INDOMITABLE is a day in the life and shoes of Jona's - a powerful vampire that was expected to kill the prophesied twins when they were babies. But, Jonas doesn't hurt innocents.... but why?
Jona's is one of the most powerful vampires who claims to not have a care in the world.
So why did he spare these babies... and why didn't he do anything to them as teens in INTANGIBLE???

In INDOMITABLE, we find out why.
We are brought back to what happened to him and his sister all those years ago. How he was c
Dec 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
Indomitable was a short story about Jonas, a vampire in Intangible. He was one of my favorite characters in Intangible, so I jumped on the chance to get to know more about his past and Indomitable did not disappoint. The writing was descriptive and I thought the backstory was incredibly creative and unique. I feel like I know Jonas a little better and I know why he was chosen so many years ago by his maker.

J. Meyers has managed to impress me with everything I’ve read. I come across supernatural
Danielle Smiley
Feb 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This is Jonas' story ... and it's sooooo very, very, very incredible!!! You could definitely read this anytime, before/after/during Intuition and/or Intangible, just be prepared to want more of the Intangible Series!!! If you don't know about the series, see my reviews of Intuition and Intangible here:, but don't worry about this review spoiling anything for those books.

So Jonas is a pretty mysterious (and oh so sexy) guy -- oh yeah, he's a vampire, too.
Ange (Libby Blog) Schmelzer
Dec 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
"Slavery is theft -- theft of a life, theft of work, theft of any property or produce, theft even of the children a slave might have borne." ~Kevin Bales, Understanding Global Slavery

200 years ago a slave named Jonas endured the most hideous crimes against humanity because of the free license to do whatever, whenever all because of one word...SLAVERY. One of the most horrible words in existence.

Except in this story there's a dark twist of bloody revenge...

My thoughts: Jonas was one of my favori
Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
I fell in love with J.'s writing after reading the prequel to her YA series Intangible, Intuition. I loved her characters, the storyline, just everything.

After reading the first book, Intangible, I knew this was a series that I had to have more of and an author that I could expect great things from.

I loved Jonas' character in Intangible and was thrilled that J. was giving us a story just about him. I knew that big hunk of a man had to have a story, I mean, he has been alive a really long time. H
Crystal (Books Are Sanity!!!)
Indomitable is a novella about the character Jonas from J. Meyers full-length novel, Intangible. I loved this novella, I read it in one sitting! I was surprised by the depth of emotion that was portrayed in Jonas' story. I definitely was not expecting such sadness and heartbreak, yet I feel that I now understand his character much better than I did before. I also appreciated that I got more insight into other characters from Intangible through Jonas' story. If you are looking for a light read, t ...more
Yvonne (The Shadow Realm)
Oh wow. Never has a such a short book left me so emotional. I loved Jonas from Intangible so when I heard he was getting his own book I was thrilled! But oh how my heart broke for him. Indomitable tells the story of Jonas' past and how he became a vampire. Being black he had to live as a slave and the things he went through were just horrible. It's just so heart-breaking to know that this is what people did actually go through years ago. Hearing the things Jonas did after he was turned you could ...more
Stephanie Redwine
Dec 28, 2012 rated it really liked it
Indomitable is a short story following Jonas, a boy turned vampire 200 years before the story takes place. We get to see how Jonas became the way he is and get to see glimpses of his past. I loved being able to see how his story and the twins (Luke and Sera) connect and to see why he is the way he is. Why did he go against his creator and risk everything for these two siblings? After reading this story, I really want to reread "Intangible" to remind myself of this awesome story. I feel that this ...more
Kelsey (Kelsey's Cluttered Bookshelf)
For more reviews make sure to visit my blog Kelsey's Cluttered Bookshelf!

I received a copy of this from the author for review, thank you!

In this short story, we get to see a bit more of Jonas the vampire, before the events of the first book. I liked getting to read this little story and learn a bit more about him, I remember thinking he was pretty cool in the first book too.

After reading this I really feel for him, such an awful thing happened before he was a vampire and it gave him so much ange
Christina (Ensconced in Lit)
Dec 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing
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I don't usually like e-novellas. I figure-- if you want to write a book, write a book! But J. Meyers has totally hit me in my sweet spot-- Jonas was my favorite character from Intangible, and I wanted to find out more about him. This novella gave me everything I was asking for.

Indomitable by J. Meyers tells the story of Jonas, a side character in Intangible. This novella explores how he became a vampire, and how he first met his maker, Lillith. His story starts with him as a slave, and terrible
Jan 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I enjoyed this novella told from Jonas' POV. When I read Intangible, I found myself wanting to know more about Jonas. I'm happy that Indomitable provided me with the opportunity to learn more about his character. Now, I understand the horrors of his human years and the nightmare that haunts him. What a vampire! he defies Lillith and strives to protect innocents. I love the scene where he protects the young child. A strong character always uses their power for good. Looking forward to learning mo ...more
Melissa Simmons
Indomitable is a prequel novella to Intangible by J. Meyers and it focuses on Jonas and how he became the powerful being he is when we meet him in Intangible. I didn't think it was possible to like Jonas anymore than I already did but I was so wrong. He has overcome SO much in his life and dealt with so much tragedy. My heart just broke for him as I read this novella. There was quite a bit of crying going on here. I went through half a box of kleenex. J. Meyers, you've done it again. I get more ...more
Dec 29, 2012 rated it really liked it
This is a fairly short novella about Jonas. He was our awesome yet mysterious vampire from Intangible. I wondered about his past and now I have some of the answers.

There was something about Jonas that just draws you to him. Learning about what his past held, was interesting to follow and learn. It definitely gave us insight to why he is the way he is, and why he was made a vampire by Lilith. I think I like him even more knowing what I do. I can’t wait for Imaginable this year to see more of Sera
MaryAnn Dennis
Jan 17, 2013 rated it really liked it
You know when you read a good book, and you totally get sucked into the characters? That happened when I read Intangible. Jonas was more of an enigma. I sensed more depth in that character than Intangible could give, so I'm glad to see he got his own story.

There is even more depth of character in Indomitable than I suspected. I don't usually go for the paranormal, but J. Meyers books are so well written, and the characters feel so real, they gently pull you in and before you know it, you're in t
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Jen Meyers grew up in Vermont, spent three years in Germany when she was a kid, and now lives in central New York. When she’s not reading or writing, she’s chasing after her four kids, playing outside, relishing the few quiet moments she gets with her husband, and forgetting to make dinner.

She is the author of the highly-rated Intangible series, a young adult contemporary fantasy, and numerous con

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