Rising from the ashes of his home in Ever-Dale, Jamus Willms carves a brutal path of vengeance through the lands powerful nobility. His quest for justice seems to defy even death, as hatred fuels his journey – to the ruthless Lord that took everything from him as a simple reminder of the status quo. With the fires of that fateful night still burning in his mind, each step that takes him closer to reclaiming his daughter from the clutches of a psychopath blurs the line between man and monster – Jamus struggles to keep the flames that had disfigured his flesh from twisting his very soul forever.
What a great story! As you can tell from the blurb, Jamus sets outs to avenge the deaths of his family and save his daughter from the perverted Lord Carter. I will warn you that it is a bit gruesome. I’m all for guts and gore but this book still got to me. A few words of advice on reading this book: 1) don’t read this book in public, ie. the train. People tend to look at you funny when you’re wincing while reading. 2) this book has one scene that is hard to swallow and just happens to be towards the beginning. I’ll admit, I was close to bawling my eyes out on the train. Can you say embarrassing? Yeah… Anywho… Unforgivable is a heart wrenching, action packed journey of what a father is willing to do for the safety of his daughter. If you are looking for a happy ending, you wont find it here. I definitely recommend this book.
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