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  • A great blend of sci-fi and romance!

    I have wanted to start this series for so long but it wasn’t until Unremembered was optioned for a movie that I finally had a chance to read it. And boy, am I glad I did! Heart-wrenching, mysterious and definitely swoony, Unremembered has it all! Our story sets off after a flight crash that had a sole survivor, an amnesiac who can’t even remember her own name. In the events following the crash, she is approached by a mysterious teenage boy who stirs up feelings that she can’t place. Not only do readers get to learn more about the mysterious girl, we get to learn everything about how she got there/what happened. One thing I absolutely loved about Unremembered is the fact that as an amnesiac, the main character barely has any recollection of her life before the crash creating the perfect opportunity for us to learn about who she is, with her. I always hate feeling that the main characters know too much early on, or feeling lost because I don’t understand what is happening. In Unremembered, I got to learn everything with the main character and I loved that. I also really enjoyed the overall plot. It felt fast-paced and not difficult to understand while having some awesome twists and turns. The sci-fi elements of the novel were just excellently written and I was super intrigued about Seraphina’s world. While Unremembered is a sci-fi/mystery novel, the romance plays a huge part in it. Fear not folks, the romance was totally plausible and had none of the instalove moments that we all dread. The romance was established in events prior to book one (in the novella, Undiscovered that I am dying to read) and the novel really emphasized all the pre-existing love that the main characters had for each other. Zen, our love interest, was just adorable and clearly would do anything for Seraphina. Overall, Unremembered was just an awesome sci-fi novel full of awesome plot and a great romance. I’m really looking forward to reading the sequel! I definitely recommend this one to reluctant sci-fi fans and those looking for an interesting and complex novel.

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  • Great book!!!!

    i loved it though i only read the first five chaptersfor free . im probaly going to buy the full book . i request you to try the first 5 chapters,and if you like it (you probally will) get the full book.

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  • Good Book

    This was a pretty good read. It captured my interest from the start and held it until the very end. I will be reading the second in the series. Sera is an interesting character. She is human, but has had so many things done to her that she’s almost a robot. We don’t really find out exactly what all they have done to her or how she got into that situation in the first place. I hope to find out more in the second book, as I feel there are still a lot of gaps in the story. It is clear that the love between Sera and Zen is strong, and I was on board with it, but at the same time I wasn’t excited about their love. I never felt any feels for this romance. Overall, it was a good read and I’m looking forward to reading the next installment and hopefully finding out more about how Sera came to be in this predicament.

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  • Epic book

    i finally got the full book, and i was realy exited. as i read i found out that the book answers questions while comming up with new ones. very good book and highly recomendable, but i'm only nine jears old and there was quite a lot of vocabulary i didn't know. good for age 10 and up.

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