Title: Untamed Author: Lindsey Pouge Series Title: Savage North Chronicles Published: July 30th 2020 Pages: 352 Format: File Source: Given for an honest review by author as an ARC
It’s been eleven years since a pandemic devastated the population and left survivors with superhuman capabilities, and the world has finally settled into a new sense of normal.
Beau has learned to embrace and grow into his Ability, but when he loses his best friend, Beau’s world crumbles all over again. Brokenhearted, he embarks on a transformative journey of self-discovery, fraught with danger and adventure, and most unexpectedly, love. But the scars left in the wake of the Virus run deeper than Beau can possibly imagine.
Those who were isolated during the outbreak have remained unchanged and vulnerable to Crazies and Ability-enhanced humans alike. When Wren, a native to the wildlands, finds Beau at his worst, the two lost souls learn to trust each other despite the turbulent paths that have brought them together. But the horrors Beau has faced over the years are nothing compared to what unfolds after a single reckless decision. And in a race against time, he must act quickly, drawing upon his survival skills and native teachings, or risk losing Wren forever.
Untamed is a standalone, epic adventure in the Savage North Chronicles.
I just have to say that this installment is bittersweet for me. First off, I adore anything Alaska/Yukon related. It makes me home sick. But the second reason is we are now in Beau’s story. Our young little Beau is all grown up and I don’t know how to feel about it. As you go you get so attached to each character and their journeys. I don’t do spoilers in my reviews but y’all, the fells are there. You’re going to cringe, scream, laugh and cry.
Lindsey is just genius on having her readers connect to the characters. I’m beyond for words.
Now please excuse me while I cry because this book just got to me THAT much. I LOVE IT
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Until Next Time Dragons!
** I was asked to write an honest review for this novel. It was not agreed for the review to be positive. I’m not compensated for my reviews.**