The Unfinished Song: Taboo (Book 2)

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
An enemy attacked the Initiates, and the law of the land requires vengeance. Kavio and Dindi embark on a desperate mission to make peace between two peoples on the verge of war. But Dindi's secret could doom them all. More
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About Tara Maya

Tara Maya has lived in Africa, Europe and Asia. She's pounded sorghum with mortar and pestle in a little clay village where the jungle meets the desert, meditated in a Buddhist monastery in the Himalayas and sailed the Volga river to a secret city that was once the heart of the Soviet space program. This first-hand experience, as well as research into the strange and piquant histories of lost civilizations, inspires her writing. Her terrible housekeeping, however, is entirely the fault of pixies.

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Reviews of The Unfinished Song: Taboo (Book 2) by Tara Maya

Tanya Lamb reviewed on Nov. 6, 2015

I got the first of this series for free on Amazon. I quickly read that and was hungry for more so I started on this book (best part of reading an older series is that you don't have to wait for the next book to be released!!)
In this book, we get to continue on a journey with Dindi, Kavio and the rest of the main characters we know from the first book as Kavio tries to bring peace to the tribes.

I have read some of the other reviews and there are things I agree with and things I don't. Yes, I agree that Initiate should be read first. This is a series, and with any series you miss a lot of story if you skip books. Yes , I agree that both books seem to end rather abruptly BUT these are not short books. The whole reason for cliffhangers are to make you want to continue, much like a tv show you watch every week to see what happens next. The first of the Harry Potter books was only 65 pages longer than this (just for a little comparison).

In my opinion (which this is my review sho I'm entitled to state :) ) it wouldn't matter how abruptly three books end, I would still be left wanting in the end. I am absolutely hooked on these books. The story line and the characters are fantastic, and you can't help wanting more regardless of how much you get to read.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Mary Thompson reviewed on June 18, 2015

I enjoyed this book more than the first one as it is longer.
This book gets deeper into each character as to why they are who they are.
I don't know how to describe much of this book without spoiling it.
Dindi is selected to go on a peace mission to Bluewaters Tribehold as handmaiden to Gwenika, and of course finds her share of mischievousness along the way. Dindi and Kavio become closer as well as with Gwenika too....regardless of what Brena has requested.
I recommend this book to others that enjoy fantasy with fairies.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
missmokie reviewed on Aug. 21, 2014

The story gets better and better! The way the lives intertwine and relationships are forged are fabulous.
(reviewed 32 days after purchase)
bingkeys reviewed on May 31, 2011

Unfinished Song Book Two has continued to peak my curiosity as to whats around the corner. The fight for peace and justice is a continual event and the search for it brings an adventure that the book has encompassed. Looking forward to book three.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
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