Underworld

Underworld

An Abandon Novel

Book - 2012
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John Hayden, a death deity, takes seventeen-year-old Pierce Oliviera back to the Underworld against her will to keep her safe from the Furies, but her family is still at risk and she, herself, may never escape his captivity.
Publisher: New York : Point, 2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780545040631
9780545284110
Branch Call Number: CAB
Characteristics: 322 p.

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crazyandbeautiful
Aug 14, 2013

One of my favourite books ever!! Meg Cabot is an amzing author!!

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tocch101
Jan 31, 2013

Overall, not a bad retelling of a classical myth. There could be more happening for the length of the book, but I am enjoying the modern twist on the classic tale.

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illyria5440
Jan 07, 2013

I absoluteley loved this book! finished it in less then 2 days. I can't wait to read awaken!!!!!

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RobinGoodfellow
Jul 29, 2012

I can't wait for Awaken to come out!! thats the third book in the trilogy

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sportsbookspce
Jul 22, 2012

This book was awesome! It wasn't as good as Abandon but it was really close. Not as much happened in Underworld as in Abandon. I thought that Pierce would try to escape to save her family but John took her back himself. I was surprised about that. I did like the new characters and how I found out about John's past. I can't wait till the next book!!!!!!! Meg Cabot is a brilliant author and this is an absolutely amazing series!!!!!

Dimmu16 Jun 19, 2012

This is a very good sequel! I for one really liked it! I cannot wait for Book 3!

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NobleSlug
Jun 16, 2012

I definitely liked this book, as I did Abandon. However I felt as if the plot of it was kind of like an extra long chapter from a book that should have gone on longer, versus the plot of an actual novel. It seemed like there wasn't as much happening plot-wise in this book as in Abandon, but the writing, characters and themes were really well done and it seems like a great lead up to the next book. I literally read it in 4 hours and just couldn't put it down once. I highly recommend it.

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KKPGIRL
May 31, 2012

This sequel was pretty good, alhough not as good as I remember Abandon being. I read the first book in this series a year ago, so I was a little lost towards the beginning, but I did get caught up fairly quickly. I probably would have enjoyed this book better if I had re-read Abandon, but it was still worth reading. For some reason, I felt like not much happened in this book as did the first one. Overall, I would recommend this book, just read/re-read the first book before you read this one!

andreasamayoa May 22, 2012

I requested this book too, but couldnt wait so I bought it :) It's good ;)

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IreneReads Nov 24, 2012

IreneReads thinks this title is suitable for 15 years and over

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KKPGIRL
May 31, 2012

KKPGIRL thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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NobleSlug
Jun 16, 2012

It was quick thinking and a stroke of luck that let Pierce Oliviera escape the Underworld after her untimely demise. She definitely never expected to be back there again, but that's exactly where she found herself two years later and with her original captor, John Hayden, in "Underworld", sequel to "Abandon".

This time it's for her protection from the dead souls known as Furies, who seem bent on destroying her. However, is it really Pierce they're after, or the Underworld's ruler? What will these Furies do if they can't get to Pierce herself? And if she's safe from the Furies with John, what other dangers might be lurking in the shadows?

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