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.
Women’s fiction writer, Jennifer Sivec, has always found an escape in books and beautiful stories. In writing, she has discovered refuge and sanctity her entire life, which quiets the chaos while giving her perspective and peace of mind. She finds inspiration in the balance of beauty and tragedy, which is something she has experienced personally.
Jennifer was born in Seoul, Korea and then abandoned at a very young age. At the age of three, she was adopted and has lived in Ohio for most of her life. She is married to her best friend, Jeff, and together they share two incredible, funny boys.
Jennifer is the author of The Eva Series and the standalone novel, I Run to You. Leaving Eva is her first complete work and was originally released in April of 2013. Losing Eva is the sequel and continuation of Eva's heartbreakingly beautiful story. The Eva series is an intense journey into abandonment, abuse, alcoholism, and cutting, with numerous twists and turns that will keep the reader holding their breath until the very end.
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I love stories where good vs. evil and the Ubilez, in the Forgotten, are the epitome of evil.
I loved creating these creatures as they twisted and turned in my mind. The possibilities of the Ubilez are endless.
The Lost Children The Forgotten
They twisted their long gnarled limbs, entangling them in one another as they so often did, their bodies helplessly connected. It was dark where they were, in the deepest part of the Earth. Few ever travelled there, or even knew the path in which to get there, and even fewer made it back out alive. Long banished by the Warriors of Tamaryn, they yearned for the day when they would be freed. The Ubilez had nearly destroyed the Land, completely leaving only ruin and desolation with everything they touched.