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Unremembered (Unremembered Trilogy Series #1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

Excellent suspense

Had to finish and hate that now I have to wait for the next one.

posted by Escape314 on March 29, 2013

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Most Helpful Critical Review

7 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

I remember the first time I laid eyes on this cover, I fell in l

I remember the first time I laid eyes on this cover, I fell in love! It was so simple, yet so beautiful in so many ways. Of course, loving the cover means I have to get my hands on the book as soon as possible. The synopsis sounded very promising, and I could't wait to ...
I remember the first time I laid eyes on this cover, I fell in love! It was so simple, yet so beautiful in so many ways. Of course, loving the cover means I have to get my hands on the book as soon as possible. The synopsis sounded very promising, and I could't wait to find out more. The main protagonist Sera, cannot remember anything in her past. Now named Violet, because of her eyes, she is trying to fit the pieces of her past together. When mysterious boy Zen tells her the truth, both of them try to fix what's lost.
Honestly, this book was not enjoyable. I'm writing this review write now, and I'm not able to remember ONE thing that happened. I only read it like two months ago, but I had to do a bit of research to have my memory refreshed. The characters did not stand out at all, and I wasn't able to connect to Sera, or Zenn. Their sudden "romance" was unbelievable, and it just didn't feel right. Jessica Brody's writing was good, but I guess the story just wasn't that great for me. It wasn't something new, and it felt really predictable as well. The shocking ending was something that didn't make me happy, not even excited as to what will happen in the future.
Overall, I just don't think this book was for me. The flow of the book was good, writing was good, but the characters and the story itself was what I didn't really enjoy. I don't think I'll be picking up  the second book either. Though I do recommend you to give it a try, because every one still has their own opinions.

posted by majibookshelf on March 18, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2015

    When I read the back of this book it sounded amazing. The story

    When I read the back of this book it sounded amazing. The story started off well and I enjoyed the different characters. When answers were being revealed throughout the story, I liked where the plot was going. On the other hand though, I found parts of the story to be very far fetched and unbelievable. For example, in how things or people instantly show up. Or, a girl recognizing you in a car and snapping a picture.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2014

    Review from: legallyolivia

    Imagine yourself waking up on a floating peice of metal in the ocean. You can't remember your name, where you are from, nothing. And when the doctors and specialists ask you what the year was, you reply, "1650." And blackout. You wake up in a bed, a hospital bed, and you are hooked up to multiple machines. A friendly nurse and a funny looking shaped cube called a "television" has told you that you are a lone survivor of a nonstop flight from Los Angeles to Tokyo. You are released from the hospital and given a foster family. They name you Violet... until you meet Zen. Zen tells you, "You know you wern't on that plane.", "I will get you out of here.", and "Sera, your name is Sera." And Zen is right. You were never on the plane, and you are a synthetic human being. You are a walking dictionary and a walking calculator too. You are enjoying this so much. But they want you back. Diotech. Now, Sera has to put all of her trust in Zen to keep her away from the people who gave her no life. I give this book 3/5 stars. I couldn't put it down, however, the end was weak. It would be better off for the trilogy to be condensed into on big book. I could relate to Sera in many ways, espicially to her intelligence. I would recomend this book to anyone 11+. Overall, it was a fantastic book!

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  • Posted March 4, 2014

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    I saw Unremembered a while ago and it piqued my interest but I j

    I saw Unremembered a while ago and it piqued my interest but I just never picked it up. Recently I decided it was time to pick it up after reading the synopsis. The summary grabbed me and I had to see how the story played out. While the tone of the whole book was somewhat light there was suspense to a certain extent. There was "cute" romance and an interesting story to be told that had elements of the suspense and the "cute." 




    I found the hunt for Violet's memories to be intriguing. I, too, was wondering who she was before the accident and this kept me reading. Figuring out who this mysterious boy is and his connection to Violet from before the accident makes the romance all the better and the story seemed to pick up pace a little. While overall the title was not a turbo paced story in regards to the suspense there was suspense and it was a page turner for me. I kept reading and the ending left me wondering what happens in book 2 so....3/5 stars and I am off to read Unforgotten.  

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2013

    I think we all know where this is going

    I think we all know where this is going just by the overview. The girl is obiviously an alien. Unkown to the world. Unidentifed. Pretty obivious just saying

    0 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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