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What would happen in a world where the children were suddenly forgotten? A devastating deal between two devious creatures changes the Balance of all life in the land of Tamaryn. With a blinding flash of light and a rumbling of the earth, brothers Jakob and Kell, awaken to realize they have no memory and no home. When they discover other children who are alone and frightened What would happen in a world where the children were suddenly forgotten? A devastating deal between two devious creatures changes the Balance of all life in the land of Tamaryn. With a blinding flash of light and a rumbling of the earth, brothers Jakob and Kell, awaken to realize they have no memory and no home. When they discover other children who are alone and frightened as they are, they join together on a quest to find anything that might be familiar. With the help of their Protectors they embark on a dangerous journey, determined to discover their identity and survive, in a tumultuous land with unknown enemies. As the devious ones continue to plot an existence that will ultimately destroy Tamaryn, the children, and one lone warrior who is fighting on her own, seek to restore what has been lost. To do this they will risk everything in this fantastical story of what happens when the most beautiful love of all, is completely Forgotten.


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What would happen in a world where the children were suddenly forgotten? A devastating deal between two devious creatures changes the Balance of all life in the land of Tamaryn. With a blinding flash of light and a rumbling of the earth, brothers Jakob and Kell, awaken to realize they have no memory and no home. When they discover other children who are alone and frightened What would happen in a world where the children were suddenly forgotten? A devastating deal between two devious creatures changes the Balance of all life in the land of Tamaryn. With a blinding flash of light and a rumbling of the earth, brothers Jakob and Kell, awaken to realize they have no memory and no home. When they discover other children who are alone and frightened as they are, they join together on a quest to find anything that might be familiar. With the help of their Protectors they embark on a dangerous journey, determined to discover their identity and survive, in a tumultuous land with unknown enemies. As the devious ones continue to plot an existence that will ultimately destroy Tamaryn, the children, and one lone warrior who is fighting on her own, seek to restore what has been lost. To do this they will risk everything in this fantastical story of what happens when the most beautiful love of all, is completely Forgotten.

41 review for The Forgotten

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Shuey

    This book was unlike anything I ever read. Fantasy isn't exactly a type of book I normally read, but when I was offered an ARC i decided to take a chance, and I was glad I did. The author did a fantastic job with the characters and the plot. It was a real page turner and I can't wait to read the next one!! This book was unlike anything I ever read. Fantasy isn't exactly a type of book I normally read, but when I was offered an ARC i decided to take a chance, and I was glad I did. The author did a fantastic job with the characters and the plot. It was a real page turner and I can't wait to read the next one!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cranky - The Book Curmudgeon

    **** 4 Cranky Stars **** The story is set on a fantastical world in the land of Tamaryn which was led by the Governor, Will, and his warrior wife, Governess Emilie. The couple were loved by their People, the land was abundant in crops and peace reigned throughout. Their children were happily growing and the eldest, Jakob, was being trained to be the next Governor. Even the People’s age-old enemy, the Ubilez, were nowhere to be seen nor sensed by their Seekers. Nothing seemed capable in standing a **** 4 Cranky Stars **** The story is set on a fantastical world in the land of Tamaryn which was led by the Governor, Will, and his warrior wife, Governess Emilie. The couple were loved by their People, the land was abundant in crops and peace reigned throughout. Their children were happily growing and the eldest, Jakob, was being trained to be the next Governor. Even the People’s age-old enemy, the Ubilez, were nowhere to be seen nor sensed by their Seekers. Nothing seemed capable in standing against the harmony in this land. Until a Yashwa, a mystical creature, fell in love with the Governor and took it upon herself to set the wheels into motion to claim what she thought was rightfully hers. Will’s love and affection. Kyla made a pact with the Ubilez in order to turn her into a human in exchange for The One sacrifice. This upset the balance and set off a tide of events that started the destruction of Tamaryn. The children were lost and forgotten, the warrior was banished and the land and its People were slowly disintegrating. When I started reading, I was initially confused by how the story was laid out. There were no time stamps to warn me of a huge jump in time, like in one chapter Emilie was nine years old then the one right after, she’s married and had given birth to three children. Also, there were several POVs throughout the book as well as head-hopping in the same scene and chapter. Having said that, the writing was quite good and the plot was unique. The pacing of the story flowed well and the characters were well developed. The plight of the children kept me glued to the book as I followed their adventure in the forsaken land. There were a few references to a couple of popular books in the current market making me wish the author had used different names or terminologies to make her story completely unique. However, overall, The Forgotten was an engaging read. Well done Ms Sivec to your foray into the world of fantasy/paranormal.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kami

    This book has very much a folk tale type story telling vibe to it. It also feels like a Native American type tale of the first people. A fairy falls in love with a human and makes a bargain with demons that breaks the natural order of things. The story is set around two sets of siblings, two girls and two boys. The writing and pacing is really good and the book held my interest. Kyla inserts herself into the Governor's life. His children are forgotten. His wife imprisoned. All the children in th This book has very much a folk tale type story telling vibe to it. It also feels like a Native American type tale of the first people. A fairy falls in love with a human and makes a bargain with demons that breaks the natural order of things. The story is set around two sets of siblings, two girls and two boys. The writing and pacing is really good and the book held my interest. Kyla inserts herself into the Governor's life. His children are forgotten. His wife imprisoned. All the children in the entire village are taken and forgotten. The children have to learn to survive on their own. A very interesting read. 4 stars.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lyn

    It was pretty good. I loved the idea of the story, I just thought it could have been executed better. The story focused more on the adults, but since "The Lost Children" is included in the title, I think it should've visited the kids a little more. Also, I just think a little more background information earlier on would have made the story more engaging. Note: I read this book for free via NetGalley. It was pretty good. I loved the idea of the story, I just thought it could have been executed better. The story focused more on the adults, but since "The Lost Children" is included in the title, I think it should've visited the kids a little more. Also, I just think a little more background information earlier on would have made the story more engaging. Note: I read this book for free via NetGalley.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Patty Vowell

    I received this book as an Arc copy in exchange for an honest review. Wow! This was such a wonderful read. Just as I expected, Jennifer Sivic put that amazing imagination of hers in words and created a mystical fantasy that was loaded with excitement, passion, heartbreak and lots of adventure. I highly recommend this book to all.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Strawinski

    This is a very different book from the Eva series. At first I had a little trouble following the story but when I was about 40-50% done it clicked and I could follow it. I loved this book almost as much as I love Losing Eva. Jennifer has a style of writing that you know it's her when you read it. This book was no different, you know it's Jennifer's book. I loved it, 5 stars all the way. This is a very different book from the Eva series. At first I had a little trouble following the story but when I was about 40-50% done it clicked and I could follow it. I loved this book almost as much as I love Losing Eva. Jennifer has a style of writing that you know it's her when you read it. This book was no different, you know it's Jennifer's book. I loved it, 5 stars all the way.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sarah M

    This is an amazing book!! I never read anything like it. I can't wait for the next book in the series. It does end with a cliffhanger. It shows the strength of the forgotten children. How they are fighters. This is an amazing book!! I never read anything like it. I can't wait for the next book in the series. It does end with a cliffhanger. It shows the strength of the forgotten children. How they are fighters.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Lynn Hill

    Oh Jennifer, I absolutely love this story! It took a little to get into it but once I got the rhythm of the book, there was no putting it down. If you have ever read Jennifer's books just know this is a bit different but oh just as good. I promise! Thank you Jennifer! Oh Jennifer, I absolutely love this story! It took a little to get into it but once I got the rhythm of the book, there was no putting it down. If you have ever read Jennifer's books just know this is a bit different but oh just as good. I promise! Thank you Jennifer!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Pat

    I normally don't read fantasy, however, it had a good plot with interesting characters that kept my interest until the very last page! I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book. I normally don't read fantasy, however, it had a good plot with interesting characters that kept my interest until the very last page! I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Soccorso

    The Forgotten Jennifer Sivec has done it again with another well written novel. She knows what the readers want to see and what she wants the characters to sound like. She is a talented, creative and outstanding author in all ways possible. The books she write come from the heart and that is what matters to everyone. This book has many moments that keeps you guessing and different characters that you fall in love with over time. The children are lost and the adults have no idea. Sounds a little o The Forgotten Jennifer Sivec has done it again with another well written novel. She knows what the readers want to see and what she wants the characters to sound like. She is a talented, creative and outstanding author in all ways possible. The books she write come from the heart and that is what matters to everyone. This book has many moments that keeps you guessing and different characters that you fall in love with over time. The children are lost and the adults have no idea. Sounds a little off but once you start reading you will understand it a little better. I also highly recommend the other three books that Jennifer Sivec has written.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Sivec

  12. 4 out of 5

    Erika Mounts

  13. 5 out of 5

    Isabel Rivera

  14. 4 out of 5

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  17. 5 out of 5

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  31. 4 out of 5

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  32. 5 out of 5

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  33. 5 out of 5

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  34. 4 out of 5

    Miss Marple

  35. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Soccorso

  36. 4 out of 5

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  37. 5 out of 5

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  38. 4 out of 5

    Micielle

  39. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

  40. 4 out of 5

    Frederick Rotzien

  41. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Cisneros

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