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Awakened ❰Reading❯ ➹ Awakened Author Morgan L. Busse – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The monster has awakenedAfter her escape from the Tower and from her father's experiments Kat Bloodmayne wakes up to discover the dark power inside of her has grown stronger Now than ever she needs to The monster has AwakenedAfter her escape from the Tower and from her father's experiments Kat Bloodmayne wakes up to discover the dark power inside of her has grown stronger Now than ever she needs to find the doctor who holds the key to healing her but the only one who can help her find him is Stephen Grey the very man who betrayed herStephen Grey cannot change the past or what he did to Kat but he will do everything he can to help her now But will Kat let him Or will his transgression be too much to overcomeTime races against them as they travel with sky pirates through harrowing storms and across the war torn country of Austrium in search of the doctor who can cure Kat But can he cure what is broken inside of her Or will the monster inside of Kat consume her soul.


10 thoughts on “Awakened

  1. Emileigh Latham Emileigh Latham says:

    OH MY GOSH I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS BOOK I'VE BEEN DYING FOR IT TO COME OUTI READ TAINTED IN ONE DAY AND I JUST KNOW THIS ONE IS GOING TO BE AMAZING AWESOME EPIC FANTASTIC FABULOUS STUPENDOUS MARVELOUS WONDERFUL TREMENDOUS EXCITING BRILLIANT AND ALL THE THINGS AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHasdfghjkl;I JUST CAN'T EVENUpdated 122117Dear AwakenedJust like your sister Tainted I read you in one day Wow You were such an awesome story and totally worth the wait BUT HOW AM I SUPPOSE TO COPE NOW?Sincerely Emmy


  2. J.M. Hackman J.M. Hackman says:

    I loved this duology Kat's struggle to control the monster the relationship between her and Stephen the interesting characters the steampunk world I disappeared into World City for a few days The happy ending tied up the story in a lovely way


  3. Elaina Elaina says:

    45 stars


  4. Rachael Rachael says:

    Given the way this book picks up immediately where book one leaves off the two volumes could really constitute one stand alone novel it sufficiently concludes in the end so I suspect there will be no installments I'm glad to see things I had noted in the previous book sky pirates the war corruption all have a larger role in this story I enjoyed that the story was meaningfully symbolic without diving deep into allegory allegory just not being my thing And I really liked that the author doesn't hold back she could have gone an easier route but the story definitely has a stronger impact for the climax as is I guess it might be a little on the dark end for Christian fiction though nothing compared to a lot of mainstream fantasy but ultimately it points to light and God An enjoyable conclusion


  5. Janeen Ippolito Janeen Ippolito says:

    A satisfying conclusion to the steampunk world of Tainted Busse increases the pace and the action into a solid finale that holds true to the faith principles of the book and also offers a uniue twist on the Frankenstein concept Well thought out clever and cathartic


  6. A.C. Williams A.C. Williams says:

    Excellent conclusion I love the characters and the adventure The world Busse has built is captivating and realistic with the sort of gritty beauty that truly makes you feel like part of it A delightful steampunk ish romp with a lot of heart some deep symbolism and great imagination Highly recommended


  7. Ian Ian says:

    Having read “Tainted” the first in this 2 part series I was looking forward to seeing what came of Kat Bloodmayne In Tainted her character – her strength but vulnerability and her desire to be loved by her father particularly grabbed me And her father is truly a very wicked manHaving escaped with the help of Stephen Grey Kat is desperate to find the one man whom she believes can help heal her Being chased by 3 bounty hunters who her father has engaged to find her and bring her back Stephen and Kat escape on Robert Grim’s spaceship Lancelot Funny that is truly that a ship that flies Grim an old friend of Stephen’s describes himself as a ‘good pirate’ one with a moral conscienceWe soon see Kat’s increasingly strengthening powers in a number of episodes which firstly help save the ship and then later innocent civilians on Austrium that is at war with World City Kat and Stephen’s homeAll the while Kat and Stephen’s affection for each other developsThe story follows a relatively predictable path they find Dr Latimer the bounty hunters find and capture Kat and return to the Tower with Stephen and Dr Latimer in pursuit Kat’s father re starts his experiments on Kat to draw out the ‘monster’ within but mistakenly believes he can control that powerAnd it is this theme that I found so absorbing The good and evil within all of us; we all have a monster inside waiting to consume us if we let it And the we give ourselves over to the lusts of the flesh the energy we give to the monster until he can consume us and our ability to experience the wonders of the light or good diminish But God He can heal us But we need to choose to turn to Him to the good to the light; otherwise our nature will keep feeding the monsterThe story reaches a predictable end except I was surprised at the extent of the damage the monster was able to create I found this uote shocking but it is a good example of when we feed on evil one never knows what havoc may come as a result Kat’s internal struggle was absorbing Interestingly she was able to control the monster until it came too difficult and it ‘killed off’ the good Kat The imagery of deadness in her soul was a fascinating analogy But it was love that saved her Of course Because it is the most powerful force of allI found I enjoyed Awakened than Tainted


  8. Claire Banschbach Claire Banschbach says:

    Not my favorite book ever but still not bad I really like Kat but I just don't really care for Stephen I looved Kat's story arc over the duology and the steampunk and the twisty villainous plots though I really enjoy Busse's writing and stories This just wasn't my favorite bookseries by her But I think it's me than anything else


  9. Summer Summer says:

    45 stars A very thrilling and satisfying conclusion to the Soul Chronicles I read both books in a span of four days and I don't know what to do with my life now XD


  10. Leslie M. Leslie M. says:

    45 starsI really enjoyed Tainted book #1 and I couldn’t wait to read Awakened I’m usually a bit leery about seuels as they usually don’t compare to the first book in the series However that wasn’t the case this time Book #2 was amazing I could totally envision scenes unfolding as though I were watching a movie and I think the series should be made into movies Busse’s characters and scenes truly come to lifeI flew through this book in less than a day as I found it that engaging I loved the characters and the adventure is full of fast paced action so it uickly and totally captivates the reader The symbolism is well done in this imaginative tale The characters show how there is good and evil in all of us and the we feed the monster inside the it builds The religious angle reminds the reader that with God we can fight back He can heal us if we let Him However this book isn't preachy or overly religious in any way And then there’s the impact that love can have on someone no matter how dark the soul may appear Wonderfully done I will note that it’s very important to read Tainted first as this one picks up where that one leaves off The ending is satisfying though I really wish Busse had written a third book in the series If this is any indication of what the steampunk genre is I’ll be adding far of this genre to by TBR pile


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10 thoughts on “Awakened

  1. Emileigh Latham Emileigh Latham says:

    OH MY GOSH I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS BOOK I'VE BEEN DYING FOR IT TO COME OUTI READ TAINTED IN ONE DAY AND I JUST KNOW THIS ONE IS GOING TO BE AMAZING AWESOME EPIC FANTASTIC FABULOUS STUPENDOUS MARVELOUS WONDERFUL TREMENDOUS EXCITING BRILLIANT AND ALL THE THINGS AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHasdfghjkl;I JUST CAN'T EVENUpdated 122117Dear AwakenedJust like your sister Tainted I read you in one day Wow You were such an awesome story and totally worth the wait BUT HOW AM I SUPPOSE TO COPE NOW?Sincerely Emmy

  2. J.M. Hackman J.M. Hackman says:

    I loved this duology Kat's struggle to control the monster the relationship between her and Stephen the interesting characters the steampunk world I disappeared into World City for a few days The happy ending tied up the story in a lovely way

  3. Elaina Elaina says:

    45 stars

  4. Rachael Rachael says:

    Given the way this book picks up immediately where book one leaves off the two volumes could really constitute one stand alone novel it sufficiently concludes in the end so I suspect there will be no installments I'm glad to see things I had noted in the previous book sky pirates the war corruption all have a larger role in this story I enjoyed that the story was meaningfully symbolic without diving deep into allegory allegory just not being my thing And I really liked that the author doesn't hold back she could have gone an easier route but the story definitely has a stronger impact for the climax as is I guess it might be a little on the dark end for Christian fiction though nothing compared to a lot of mainstream fantasy but ultimately it points to light and God An enjoyable conclusion

  5. Janeen Ippolito Janeen Ippolito says:

    A satisfying conclusion to the steampunk world of Tainted Busse increases the pace and the action into a solid finale that holds true to the faith principles of the book and also offers a uniue twist on the Frankenstein concept Well thought out clever and cathartic

  6. A.C. Williams A.C. Williams says:

    Excellent conclusion I love the characters and the adventure The world Busse has built is captivating and realistic with the sort of gritty beauty that truly makes you feel like part of it A delightful steampunk ish romp with a lot of heart some deep symbolism and great imagination Highly recommended

  7. Ian Ian says:

    Having read “Tainted” the first in this 2 part series I was looking forward to seeing what came of Kat Bloodmayne In Tainted her character – her strength but vulnerability and her desire to be loved by her father particularly grabbed me And her father is truly a very wicked manHaving escaped with the help of Stephen Grey Kat is desperate to find the one man whom she believes can help heal her Being chased by 3 bounty hunters who her father has engaged to find her and bring her back Stephen and Kat escape on Robert Grim’s spaceship Lancelot Funny that is truly that a ship that flies Grim an old friend of Stephen’s describes himself as a ‘good pirate’ one with a moral conscienceWe soon see Kat’s increasingly strengthening powers in a number of episodes which firstly help save the ship and then later innocent civilians on Austrium that is at war with World City Kat and Stephen’s homeAll the while Kat and Stephen’s affection for each other developsThe story follows a relatively predictable path they find Dr Latimer the bounty hunters find and capture Kat and return to the Tower with Stephen and Dr Latimer in pursuit Kat’s father re starts his experiments on Kat to draw out the ‘monster’ within but mistakenly believes he can control that powerAnd it is this theme that I found so absorbing The good and evil within all of us; we all have a monster inside waiting to consume us if we let it And the we give ourselves over to the lusts of the flesh the energy we give to the monster until he can consume us and our ability to experience the wonders of the light or good diminish But God He can heal us But we need to choose to turn to Him to the good to the light; otherwise our nature will keep feeding the monsterThe story reaches a predictable end except I was surprised at the extent of the damage the monster was able to create I found this uote shocking but it is a good example of when we feed on evil one never knows what havoc may come as a result Kat’s internal struggle was absorbing Interestingly she was able to control the monster until it came too difficult and it ‘killed off’ the good Kat The imagery of deadness in her soul was a fascinating analogy But it was love that saved her Of course Because it is the most powerful force of allI found I enjoyed Awakened than Tainted

  8. Claire Banschbach Claire Banschbach says:

    Not my favorite book ever but still not bad I really like Kat but I just don't really care for Stephen I looved Kat's story arc over the duology and the steampunk and the twisty villainous plots though I really enjoy Busse's writing and stories This just wasn't my favorite bookseries by her But I think it's me than anything else

  9. Summer Summer says:

    45 stars A very thrilling and satisfying conclusion to the Soul Chronicles I read both books in a span of four days and I don't know what to do with my life now XD

  10. Leslie M. Leslie M. says:

    45 starsI really enjoyed Tainted book #1 and I couldn’t wait to read Awakened I’m usually a bit leery about seuels as they usually don’t compare to the first book in the series However that wasn’t the case this time Book #2 was amazing I could totally envision scenes unfolding as though I were watching a movie and I think the series should be made into movies Busse’s characters and scenes truly come to lifeI flew through this book in less than a day as I found it that engaging I loved the characters and the adventure is full of fast paced action so it uickly and totally captivates the reader The symbolism is well done in this imaginative tale The characters show how there is good and evil in all of us and the we feed the monster inside the it builds The religious angle reminds the reader that with God we can fight back He can heal us if we let Him However this book isn't preachy or overly religious in any way And then there’s the impact that love can have on someone no matter how dark the soul may appear Wonderfully done I will note that it’s very important to read Tainted first as this one picks up where that one leaves off The ending is satisfying though I really wish Busse had written a third book in the series If this is any indication of what the steampunk genre is I’ll be adding far of this genre to by TBR pile

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