Stolen: A Novel (Otherworld Book 2) (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Jun 29, 2010 - Fiction - 576 pages
1097 Reviews
"A taut, sensual thriller that grips from the first page. Elena Michales is at once sublime and sympathetic, a modern heroine who shows that real women bite back." -Karin Slaughter, The New York Times

In Book 2 of the Women of the Otherworld series, Elena Michaels is back-and she has company. Lending a mission of vampires, demons, shamans, and witches, Elena is lured into the net of ruthless Internet billionaire Tyrone Winsloe, who is well on his way to amassing a private collection of supernaturals. He plans to harness their powers for himself-even if it means killing them.

For Elena, kidnapped and imprisoned deep underground, unable to tell her friends from her enemies, choosing the right allies is a matter of life and death.

  

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A definite page turner; I couldn't put it down! - Goodreads
Sadly the ending is very weak. - Goodreads
Good writing, decent plots, wonderful characters. - Goodreads
The plot was a little cliche, but it was all right. - Goodreads
But it has great pacing. - Goodreads
Great story, excellent character development. - Goodreads

Review: Stolen (Women of the Otherworld #2)

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I liked how this wrapped up a lot of the tension of the first book. Again, it was more graphic and bloody than my usual novels. But again Armstrong writes action scenes well. Read full review

Review: Stolen (Women of the Otherworld #2)

User Review  - Zel Polev - Goodreads

I still like the book but I really dislike Elena. She...I think she's just dumb. She gets into situation that are easily avoidable and endangers herself in the process. I also think she is really ... Read full review

Contents

Prologue
HocusPocus
Legion
Burned
Amusements
Exhibition
Contact
Rejection
Game
Crises
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

When librarians finally granted Kelley Armstrong an adult card, she made straight for the epic fantasy and horror shelves. She spent the rest of her childhood and teen years happily roaming fantastical and terrible worlds, and vowed that someday she'd write a story combining swords, sorcery, and the ravenous undead. That story begins with Sea of Shadows.

Armstrong's first works for teens were the New York Times bestselling Darkest Powers and Darkness Rising trilogies. All of her novels for teens have been New York Times bestsellers. She lives in rural Ontario with her husband, three children, and far too many pets.

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