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Uncharted characters µ 7 Õ Seventeen year old Annabeth prefers the fantasy of her books and paintings to reality—because in reality her mom is dead and it was all her fault When she accompanies her father to the funeral of some family friends who drowned she’s surprised to find her grief reflected in the face of Griffin Bradford the son of the couple wE knew Now he’s irritable removed and he’s under police investigation for his parents’ deathsOne night following the memorial service Annabeth’s dad goes missing in the woods and she suspects Griffin knows about the disappearance than he’s letting on He refuses to answer her uestions particularly those related to the mysterious “expedition” his parents took to Ireland. This book was held an intriguing premise a gorgeous cover and a host of problems for me I felt like it had a lot of potential but it got uite lost and I had a lost of Insta conversations with my co blogger where I spammed her mercilessly with my strugglesThe good parts since I always like to start with the sunny side upexcept with my eggsand not most days with the sunor like anytime until I'm about to fail in a review as much as I'm about to with this one An intriguing premise filled with mystery secret societies and some intriguing mythology I liked the infusion of the mythology aspects into the mystery of where did Annabeth's dad disappear The setting I loved the remote Maine wait I think it was Maine It was Northeast I'm going to assume Maine Let's all pretend it's Maine I really felt like it was perfection with the remote mansion the woods and I could feel the mist literally rolling off the lake I really thought Cashman did a wonderful job with the descriptions and her details were fantastic That cover is stunning I love it It was uite easy to read I did have a pretty easy time breezing through this Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Yeah That was about it Here's where I became a mess for this book Our main character Annabeth I feel like I couldn't get a grip on this girl I felt like her main characteristic was honestly searching for Dad and making deep intense thoughts for no reason I know she liked painting anddddddddddd searching for her dad and having really moody thoughts for like 3 paragraphs to go back to actual things She also made some WILD jumps to conclusions I mean the first time she found out about weird DNA she's like OMG THE MONSTER HAS MY DAD There was absolutely no mention of a monsterand HOW HOW HOW is that the most logical conclusion to jump to Like I would have asked a lot uestions likehmmm this is odd but maybe it's faked What kind of DNA is this Is this a gene to make all YA love interests have interesting cheekbones Despite my love for Bigfoot and aliens my first thought would not be mutated DNA monster has my dad She did this a few times and she was majorly so easy to believe insane things The writing I was not a fan of the writing There were some super weird lines in there that would literally stop my flow of reading because I was so jarred by a particular line I don't want to uote from this but trust me there were some lines that had me mystified Also the pacing The pacing was a little rushed in parts and super slow in others There were a lot of major leaps that I didn't feel like I got there in a logical correct pace Big things would happen in very short amounts of time and then things that weren't as important would take forever to go through There was a very important event that was happening at the end that included a car chase and literally it ended solving all the problems with this plot line in literally 2 paragraphs after 300 pages of lead up Literally 2 paragraphssssssss It was like that most of the time and the story kept escalating for no reason Example with some SPOILERS The main character gets kidnapped about 34 into the story literally the entire kidnapping seuence was NOT pleasing and crazy but there is one point where Annabeth and her dad try to escape the Jughead's gang from Riverdalewait I mean the Serpent Society and they fail after about 3 paragraphs Anyway kingpin Cobra finds them and Annabeth is like THIS IS IT I MUST DIE NOW I MUST INSTANTLY KILL MY DAD AND KILL MYSELF TO PROTECT THE SECRET Literally it was one second after they get captured However after 2 paragraphs they jumped again It was far too much sometimes The Romance Yeah no this was not pleasing My ship did not sail not even to Hy Brazil Griffin felt likeI felt like he was trying to be very ba

UnchartedE knew Now he’s irritable removed and he’s under police investigation for his parents’ deathsOne night following the memorial service Annabeth’s dad goes missing in the woods and she suspects Griffin knows about the disappearance than he’s letting on He refuses to answer her uestions particularly those related to the mysterious “expedition” his parents took to Ireland. This book was held an intriguing premise a gorgeous cover and a host of problems for me I felt like it had a lot of potential but it got uite lost and I had a lost of Insta conversations with my co blogger where I spammed her mercilessly with my strugglesThe good parts since I always like to start with the sunny side upexcept with my eggsand not most days with the sunor like anytime until I'm about to fail in a review as much as I'm about to with this one An intriguing premise filled with mystery secret societies and some intriguing mythology I liked the infusion of the mythology aspects into the mystery of where did Annabeth's dad disappear The setting I loved the remote Maine wait I think it was Maine It was Northeast I'm going to assume Maine Let's all pretend it's Maine I really felt like it was perfection with the remote mansion the woods and I could feel the mist literally rolling off the lake I really thought Cashman did a wonderful job with the descriptions and her details were fantastic That cover is stunning I love it It was uite easy to read I did have a pretty easy time breezing through this Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Yeah That was about it Here's where I became a mess for this book Our main character Annabeth I feel like I couldn't get a grip on this girl I felt like her main characteristic was honestly searching for Dad and making deep intense thoughts for no reason I know she liked painting anddddddddddd searching for her dad and having really moody thoughts for like 3 paragraphs to go back to actual things She also made some WILD jumps to conclusions I mean the first time she found out about weird DNA she's like OMG THE MONSTER HAS MY DAD There was absolutely no mention of a monsterand HOW HOW HOW is that the most logical conclusion to jump to Like I would have asked a lot uestions likehmmm this is odd but maybe it's faked What kind of DNA is this Is this a gene to make all YA love interests have interesting cheekbones Despite my love for Bigfoot and aliens my first thought would not be mutated DNA monster has my dad She did this a few times and she was majorly so easy to believe insane things The writing I was not a fan of the writing There were some super weird lines in there that would literally stop my flow of reading because I was so jarred by a particular line I don't want to uote from this but trust me there were some lines that had me mystified Also the pacing The pacing was a little rushed in parts and super slow in others There were a lot of major leaps that I didn't feel like I got there in a logical correct pace Big things would happen in very short amounts of time and then things that weren't as important would take forever to go through There was a very important event that was happening at the end that included a car chase and literally it ended solving all the problems with this plot line in literally 2 paragraphs after 300 pages of lead up Literally 2 paragraphssssssss It was like that most of the time and the story kept escalating for no reason Example with some SPOILERS The main character gets kidnapped about 34 into the story literally the entire kidnapping seuence was NOT pleasing and crazy but there is one point where Annabeth and her dad try to escape the Jughead's gang from Riverdalewait I mean the Serpent Society and they fail after about 3 paragraphs Anyway kingpin Cobra finds them and Annabeth is like THIS IS IT I MUST DIE NOW I MUST INSTANTLY KILL MY DAD AND KILL MYSELF TO PROTECT THE SECRET Literally it was one second after they get captured However after 2 paragraphs they jumped again It was far too much sometimes The Romance Yeah no this was not pleasing My ship did not sail not even to Hy Brazil Griffin felt likeI felt like he was trying to be very ba

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Uncharted Ò Seventeen year old Annabeth prefers the fantasy of her books and paintings to reality because in reality her mom is dead and it was all her fault When she accompanies her father to the funeral of some family friends who drowned she’s surprised to find her grief reflected in the face of Griffin Bradford the son of the couple who died Griffin is nothing like the carefree boy she onc. A magical tale filled mythology and romance UNCHARTED will hook readers from the first page and take them on a heart pounding adventure Erin Cashman’s delightful prose and wonderful storytelling kept me enthralled to the very end free download Ï eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ✓ Erin Cashman

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Erin Cashman ✓ 7 read & download Where they went missing for seven monthsAnnabeth fears her father isn’t lost but rather a victim of something sinister She launches her own investigation tracing clues that whisper of myth and legend and death until she stumbles upon a secret One that some would die to protect others would kill to expose and which twists Annabeth’s fantasy and reality together in deadly new ways. This book snagged my attention from the start and held me to the end I found myself holding my breath uickly turning pages as Annabeth our heroine untangled the mystery behind an uncharted island I loved the Irish folklore driving this story It’s so intriguing Erin Cashman knows how to bring to life a setting and create well rounded characters Even side characters feel alive with their own dark secrets Annabeth grows and changes throughout the story and you’ll find yourself rooting for her I know I did And there’s a swoony romance I’ll just say one thing Griffin