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As Honor fights to remain unaltered when everything around her, including her, has been, she is met with adversaries and champions. Ryder, Christian, Nealon-they all have a goal. Only Honor doesn't know if...
As Honor fights to remain unaltered when everything around her, including her, has been, she is met with adversaries and champions. Ryder, Christian, Nealon-they all have a goal. Only Honor doesn't know if their goals coincide with hers, or Superior August's and the UDK society.
One thing she does know: the world isn't big enough for all of them.
Posted June 30, 2014
It's taken me longer than normal to come up with a review for this book because I simply couldn't find the words that described it for me. What I loved about this book the most I think was the attention to the plot. It reminds me of the old tv shows and movies where they didn't need special effects, they just relied on pure plot and little details to make it amazing. It's classic that way.
I didn't expect what I got with this book. The synopsis doesn't do it justice… I honestly don't think any synopsis could. I was drawn in from the first word until the last word.
This story starts off when Honor wakes up and discovers she has been unconscious for the last six months and held by Superior August. Now is has been rescued and is on the run from the UDKs. Something about her has changed, she must figure out what these changes are and what they mean. This story follows Honor, Christian, Ryder, and Nealon and their individual journeys towards the same goal.
This book is beautifully written, not just in the amazing plot, but the style and editing as well.
If you love a good story with twists and turns and appreciate top notch editing and writing you will enjoy this book.
I want to know who this woman's editor is, because they rock! I've come to expect a certain amount of errors in ebooks, from indie authors to the classic lit books, it just happens. I didn't notice any. (I'm not saying there wasn't any errors, just that if there are they are so few and far between that it was unnoticeable to me.) The work between the author and the editor(s?) and everyone in-between was some of the best I've seen since I bought my first ebook.
Forgive the cheesiness of this line but this book really is anything but unremarkable!
Posted March 2, 2014
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Wow. I am, once again, amazed at Lindy's creative genuisness. I had long anticipated the release of Unremarkable and she did not dissapoint. From the end of Ordinary, I was curious as to how the story was going to play out between Agent Nealon, Honor, and Christian, and Ryder and of course, like Lindy Zart style, she left me wanting more and more.
Ordinary ended with Honor taking a bullet that was meant for Christian by the hands of Ryder leaving the readers wanting more. Six months later Honor wakes from a sleep to find out that more than just her physical body has changed. Something inside her has changed as well. For the better or worse, that is yet to be determined.
This story has MANY plot twists and turns that I did not see coming. I was very surprised at the way the story is unfolding as I stated the book wondering and questioning how Lindy was going to continue the plot line and how she could go up from Ordinary as it was one of my favorite books she has written. Unremarkable did not dissapoint.
You must read Ordinary first as the character development is mandatory before reading Unremarkable. They are both worth the small investment and you will not be dissapointed.