Unremembered (The Unremembered Trilogy)

[Jessica Brody] ↠ Unremembered (The Unremembered Trilogy) ✓ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Unremembered (The Unremembered Trilogy) SciFi at its best Nicole Ive never read anything before by Jessica Brody, but she seems to have the magic pen when it comes to writing. This was a clever and fun and man, I cannot wait for the next book in this series. This book Kept you guessing from start to finish as you tried to learn who this girl with no name survived a plane crash to finding out more about Sera and this Diotech Company which was after her.It was a little difficult to read at first. Sera had to relearn so many things that

Unremembered (The Unremembered Trilogy)

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Rating : 4.60 (933 Votes)
Asin : 1250040027
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 352 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-03-17
Language : English

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SciFi at its best Nicole I've never read anything before by Jessica Brody, but she seems to have the magic pen when it comes to writing. This was a clever and fun and man, I cannot wait for the next book in this series. This book Kept you guessing from start to finish as you tried to learn who this girl with no name survived a plane crash to finding out more about Sera and this Diotech Company which was after her.It was a little difficult to read at first. Sera had to relearn so many things that it was a challenge to see through her eyes. I just wanted to shake her and be like "ITS A . Catie Taylor said Great pacing and excitement, didn't quite stick the ending. This book surprised me in a lot of ways. First of all, before I read the description I thought it was going to be just straight contemporary. Girl loses memory in plane crash, boy finds girl, boy tries to convince girl they were in love, girl eventually remembers (probably after another blow to the head), everyone goes home happy. Cut and dry, simple. That's what I was expecting. That is not what happened. I started reading this book at around "Great pacing and excitement, didn't quite stick the ending" according to Catie Taylor. This book surprised me in a lot of ways. First of all, before I read the description I thought it was going to be just straight contemporary. Girl loses memory in plane crash, boy finds girl, boy tries to convince girl they were in love, girl eventually remembers (probably after another blow to the head), everyone goes home happy. Cut and dry, simple. That's what I was expecting. That is not what happened. I started reading this book at around 2 A.M. As I read the last words of the prologue I shot up in bed (like literally sat straight up) and said to no one i. A.M. As I read the last words of the prologue I shot up in bed (like literally sat straight up) and said to no one i. ""in the end it's not very memorable."" according to Steph Sinclair. Be warned: This review does contain mild spoilers.You know that feeling when you are expecting one thing out of a book and it completely delivers something else, and not for the better? It's the kind of situation where you expectations completely sabotage your reading experience. That's what happened with Unremembered and I. Technically, there isn't anything wrong with the story. I fairly enjoyed the writing style and the characters, but in the end it's not very memorable. It reminds me a lot of a few other sci-fi novels I've read recently: Origin and Eve & Ad

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