Unremembered

Jessica Brody


Unremembered

Unremembered

  • Title: Unremembered
  • Author: Jessica Brody
  • ISBN: 9781447221128
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Paperback



A catastrophic plan crash leaves one survivor a girl with no memory.Who is she Where does she come from Nobody knows and no one comes forward to claim her.Haunted by a looming threat she can t remember and plagued by abilities she doesn t understand, she struggles to recall who she is But every clue leads to questions And she s running out of time to answer them.HeA catastrophic plan crash leaves one survivor a girl with no memory.Who is she Where does she come from Nobody knows and no one comes forward to claim her.Haunted by a looming threat she can t remember and plagued by abilities she doesn t understand, she struggles to recall who she is But every clue leads to questions And she s running out of time to answer them.Her only hope is a boy who claims they were once in love.Alone and on the run, who should she trust And what if she discovers that she is safer with a past that stays unremembered


Recent Comments "Unremembered"

2.5 starsThe problem with Unremembered is that it explores a concept which, though fascinating, has been done many times before in various ways and has also been done far better. What you have here is a simple, entertaining sci-fi novel about a girl who is more than what she seems, supposedly the sole survivor of a plane crash but unable to remember anything. Furthermore, her name isn't on the flight manifest and no one can find out who she is, where she came from or who her family are.It's a fa [...]

ugh WHY WHY!!! WHY!!! has everything I've read lately been so predictable. This girl woke up from a plane crash and can't remember anything I find that odd because it only took me to page 23 to figure everything out; why couldn't she That has to be like some kind of new record. I wanted to love this book but my eyes nearly fell out from rolling them so hard. You want me to believe that this guy loves this girl even though they barely know each other and most of their time spent together is in br [...]

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 o [...]

I was going to review this book, but then I waited too long, and even after a long chat with someone who had just read it I have no freaking clue what this was even about. So my final thoughts: this book was perfectly titled.

3.5 stars

"Everybody knows the memories that really matter don’t live in the mind."When I started reading this book I thought that it's too basic and predictablebut,boy,was I wrong.The main character is fantastic,I loved experiencing the world through her violet eyes.I couldn't wait to find out what happened to her or who she really is.The story is very interesting("The Rules" is actually quite similar to this book.)I seriously love Cody and his sarcasm.I also love the meaning behind S+Z=1609,it was eas [...]

Love the foster brother. He's so cool. Would love to hang out with him and his group of friends. The mysterious opening was so riveting! How crazy to wake up surrounded by bodies. Can totally picture that in a movie.

Call it a character flaw if you will, but I have a desperate need for things to make sense, or at the very least, I want to be tricked into thinking they do. This is especially true with sci-fi – obviously not everything is possible, or even probable, but there are ways of making even the most unlikely things seem real. (Authors, if you don’t know how, just ask Mira Grant.) This is where Jessica Brody failed: her ambition was bigger than her skill, and when the time came to offer explanation [...]

Books dealing with memory loss is my biggest pet peeve, I enjoy the entire concept; of for whatever reason a protagonist loses their memory and spends most of the story trying to discover who and what they were before the accident. But I’ve never found a novel which deals with memory loss which has totally wowed me. I’ve found that novels which take a light hearted approach to this such as What Alice forgot, I’m more likely to enjoy, where as those with a big conspiracy theory behind every [...]

Despite a few scattered patches in the writing, this turned out to be a really great read. I love the story line concept. It was delivered with a great mix of mystery and intrigue and even gives us something more then what's typically expected. But I think it's the love story that really made this one standout. I've always been a sucker for undeniable love and Sera and Zen really made a dent in my heart. The way Zen never gave up and is willing to do what ever it takes took my breath away.This w [...]

Like so many books I've read lately, this one had a promising premise, a good beginning, but ultimately fizzles in its execution. I have no complaints about the writing style, but the characters were flat and uninteresting, and it ultimately becomes a wannabe sci-fi that is both unoriginal and uninteresting in its execution.A girl is found amidst a plane wreck; she is not on the passenger manifesto and nobody can recall her being or getting on the plane. She is found unharmed, in good physical c [...]

This book started out so promisinglyd was such a disappointment in the end.For quite a while now, the trendy thing in young-adult novels is the first person, present tense point of view. I personally think this POV is a bit problematic; I've written stories using it, but it's very easy to go over the top. There's a reason the past-tense POV is pretty much universal: it stays in the background and allows the story and characters to take over, rather than focus the attention on the author's hip, p [...]

Writing this review gives me no pleasure because, even though I don’t have many nice things to say about Unremembered, on a technical level Jessica Brody has done all the things required that this should have been pretty great. But it’s not, because the one positive thing I can say about Unremembered is also its greatest flaw - it’s well planned and well thought out, but to the point that it’s too well planned, too well thought out. And when the blueprints of a book are so obvious and fo [...]

Read it in one sitting. It wasn't bad at all. It was quick, and interesting. Sometimes I feel like I'm falling out of love with YA, but I'm hoping it's just because books like this are younger. Like, the words used and alls that. Yeah.2015 READING CHALLENGE: A trilogy. (1/3)

There is this website online, one I’m sure very few of you know about (or at least that’s my hope) called Experienceproject. To be blunt, it’s a public avenue for those who have suffered from (or are currently in the throes of) amnesia to share their stories with like-minded individuals.Now, I’m going to lay all of my cards on the table here and say that, until I read roughly 70 of these stories I thought amnesia was a big ol steaming pile of elephant poop. I mean.ally? You can’t remem [...]

I'm beginning to really enjoy books where the main characters have lost their memories and Unremembered is about just that. This book was another fun addition to the whole memory loss, government agency group but it does have a twist that will blow you away.Violet (that is the name given to her by a nurse) wakes up with no memory of who she is or where she came from. She is found in the middle of a plane wreck and is the only survivor. Nobody understands how she survived and unfortunately no one [...]

Loved it! This may be the most underrated book I've listened to this year. Although the actual broad theme was not unique- (view spoiler)[ girl has no memory and needs a guy to unlock a secret (hide spoiler)]- the delivery was unique. The big reveal was interesting as were the twists. One I did not see coming at all. I nearly finished in one sitting. If sleeping hadn't got in the way I would have. I even put my Saturday plans on hold to finish and it was worth it. I would start book 2 now, but s [...]

Unremembered starts with a shock of cold water and a slew of questions and from there barely gives us a moment to breathe, catapulting us forward as a young woman with a blank canvas for a mind struggles to fill it once again with color. What's instantly noticeable and infinitely more intriguing than the amnesia alone is that Sera doesn't simply struggle to remember her past, she struggles to understand her environment as well; technology, slang, food and so many other things utterly foreign to [...]

Hmm, well this was weird. It was fast-paced and turned quite sci-fi at the end! I liked that it managed to surprise me, but there was just some things missing. Like emotions. And yeah. It was okay. But not great.

BOOK REVIEW by Michelle 13TH APRIL 2013:RATING : 5 EXCITING STARS!! I like numbers. I have a tattoo. I like grilled cheese sandwhiches. And supermarkets. I have long brown hair and purple eyes. I survived a plane crash. A plane crash I have no memory of. I REALLY liked this book. It grabs you with intrigue from the get go.'Unremembered' , has a sci- fi element to it that is very clever. Now I saw a few reviewers on were stating this story has been done before. It depends on what genres you read [...]

Unremembered is that book that you read and you feel like you are on the verge of the story being really great, and you can sense that the shift into epic territory is just around the next corner but it never really gets there. I’ll admit I had fun reading this one and I breezed through it pretty fast but I can’t honestly say that I ever really cared for it aside from just wanting to know what happens next just so that I would know. We meet our MC, Violet/Seraphina/Sera, just as she is wakin [...]

*Genre* Young Adult, Science Fiction*Rating* 3.5*My Thoughts*Unremembered is a young adult, science fiction story that is filled with love, an evil corporation, conspiracies, and a protagonist who knows nothing of the world she finds herself in. The only apparent survivor of Freedom Airlines Flight 121, 16 year old Seraphina finds that she can't remember anything about her life before the crash. Her memories are gone, she has no idea how she got on the plane, nor how she managed to arrive at the [...]

BookNook — Young Adult book reviewsUnremembered has everything I love in a sci-fi: genetics, evil corporations, love, technology, and conspiracy. It's almost like it was made for me! However, I have to warn you. This story isn't exactly original. It's awesome, and I loved it, but it is one of those things that has been done many, many times. It just so happens to be a "cookie cutter" that I adore, so it didn't bother me in the slightest. But if that WOULD bother you, then this book is not for [...]

I just heard about this book yesterday, when it arrived in the mail. And I wanted to read it right away. So I did. And I enjoyed this book very much. Found the writing to be very good. And I liked the characters a lot. And the plot is just amazing, really. I even liked the ending. Yeah. This book was pretty amazing :) While I can't find anything I didn't like about it, it's still a four star for me. Because while I loved it a whole lot, there were a few things that could have been better for me. [...]

Unremembered is the kind of book that is really difficult to review. For one thing, Brody relies heavily on twists, which means that the less you know going into it, the more fun it's going to be for you. I would actually recommend not reading the blurb first. I didn't know anything when I started except that she survived a plane crash, and that was about ideal. The other thing that makes this tricky is that, while Unremembered is a fun read, I don't have all that much praise to give it, so it's [...]

Read This Review & More Like It On My Blog!To go along with the title of Jessica Brody's latest novel, here are a few words and phrases that work to describe my impressions of Unremembered: Unlikely. Unnecessary. Unmet-potential. Unsatisfying. Unemotional. Unsubtle. Underachieved. Uncanny. Unadorned. Unamused. Unbelievable (and not in a good way). Unimpressive. To say the least, I expected so much more from this read, and I got flat, one-dimensional characters acting out a plot that has been [...]

Sci-Fi book to be made into a movie. Yes a movie is in the works people. A plane crashes down over the Pacific ocean one survivor lives. A 16 yr. old girl is discovered alive. She is unharmed and has no memories of boarding the plane, she has no memories at all. The doctors say she has severe amnesia. She wasn't on the passenger manifest. Also they are unable to find a match with fingerprints and DNA to any government database. Who the hell is this girl and where did she come from? A boy named Z [...]

UnrememberedBy Jessica BrodyPublication Date: 14th March 2013Reviewed by me for bookswordAs soon as I read the summary of Unremembered , the first in a new trilogy by Jessica Brody, I knew I would enjoy reading it, and I wasn’t disappointed. This intriguing sci-fi has likable three dimensional characters , an enthralling plot and a dash of romance. Don’t get me wrong, I’ll read most books, but romance isn’t my preferred genre and the level of romance in this book for me is perfect and I [...]

1st read - March 20132nd read - May 2015When Sera wakes up in the ocean, floating amidst the wreckage of a plane crash and surrounded by bodies, it is obvious she is the only survivor. What she doesn't know is how she survived such a horrific accident and why she has no memory of who she is or why she was on the plane in the first place. She has no physical injuries so why is her memory a blank hole? Who is the mysterious boy who visits her in hospital claiming he loves her and can she really tr [...]

Un premier tome très prometteur. L'auteur a su me captiver dès les premières pages. On rentre directement dans le vif du sujet et on se demande ce que signifie toute cette machination dans laquelle semble être empêtrée l'héroïne.Ma chronique : unjour-unlivre/2015/05/jess


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