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Unremembered [Download] ✤ Unremembered Author Jessica Brody – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A catastrophic plan crash leaves one survivor a girl with no memoryWho is sheWhere does she come fromNobody knows and no one comes forward to claim herHaunted by a looming threat she can't remember an A catastrophic plan crash leaves one survivor a girl with no memoryWho is sheWhere does she come fromNobody knows and no one comes forward to claim herHaunted 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 uestions And she's running out of time to answer themHer only hope is a boy who claims they were once in loveAlone and on the run who should she trust And what if she discovers that she is safer with a past that stays Unremembered.

10 thoughts on “Unremembered

  1. Emily May Emily May says:

    25 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 than what she seems supposedly the sole survivor of a plane crash but unable to remember anything Further 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 areIt's a fast paced ride that will probably wow readers who are new to the young adult science fiction genre because the uestions it asks are ones that many love to ponder what is it that makes us human? If a person with a prosthetic limb can still be considered human what about someone made up of prosthetic organs? If we were to create a robot that breathes eats thinks and feels like a human is it still not human? And why or why not? But when it comes down to it this is hardly a new area and I think readers who enjoyed The Adoration of Jenna Fox could be disappointed by this similar but far simplistic taleUnremembered is the beach read euivalent of The Adoration of Jenna Fox without the complexity or depth of emotion it had enough action scenes chases and well placed surprises to keep me interested but I still see no reason to recommend this when there's a much better option available I also didn't like how this book relied on the romance to propel the plot forward I've said it before many times and I find myself saying it again here I love a good love story which complements the main plot but I do not like it when a book which is supposed to be about science technology and ethics turns into one where there is talk of soul mates and uoting poetry than the far pressing matters Unremembered has uite a heavy romantic focus from the very beginning when a mysterious boy eye roll turns up by VioletSera's hospital bed and appears to be the only one who knows her A large portion of the novel focuses on VioletSera uncovering her memories about her love for this boy not enough is about the cool stuff like the organisation that is conducting strange experiments with DNAThis book isn't unenjoyable yeah not exactly a word but it is a long way from remarkable uite disappointing

  2. Angela Angela says:

    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 brief flashbacks NO

  3. Steph Sinclair Steph Sinclair says:

    Be warned This review does contain mild spoilersYou 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 Adam They all feature people created by science in some way or another each with varying degrees of complexity I'd situate Unremembered somewhere in between the twoThe premise is what really drew me in Seraphina is found at the scene of a plane crash with no memory of how she got there or anything from her past including her name As the novel wears on the reader and Seraphina learn and about her past thanks mostly the Mysterious Boy that she feels drawn to In the beginning I was really enjoying it because it was intriguing However once the romance manifested and consumed the plot the original excitement I had began to die off There is a scene where the love interest Zen is focused on her remembering him instead of other memories I felt were a bit important given her situation AKA bad guys are after her and she doesn't know why Apparently he didn't feel that was important which struck me as odd Sure he told her the basics but his main priority was her remembering their love Yes this is me rolling my eyesThe other thing I took issue with was the whole Zomg Science is evil It will destroy our love view spoilerOne plot twist reveals that they time back to Shakespeare's time because they wanted to be in a time period where Evil Science couldn't taint their love hide spoiler

  4. Giselle Giselle says:

    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

  5. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:

    35 stars

  6. Norah Una Sumner Norah Una Sumner says:

    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 predictablebutboywas I wrongThe main character is fantasticI loved experiencing the world through her violet eyesI couldn't wait to find out what happened to her or who she really isThe story is very interestingThe Rules is actually uite similar to this bookI seriously love Cody and his sarcasmI also love the meaning behind SZ1609it was easy to guess the names but the year turned out to be the most important clue in the bookOhand that ending WowFavourite uotesForgetting who you are is so much complicated than simply forgetting your name It’s also forgetting your dreams Your aspirations What makes you happy What you pray you’ll never have to live without It’s meeting yourself for the first time and not being sure of your first impressionWas it those girls? She takes a guessDid they say something to upset you?If only it was as simple as that If only I was a normal human being who couldn’t speak in foreign languages without knowing I was speaking them and solve unsolvable math problems without remembering how If only I didn’t have boys following me aroundfeeding me blatant insulting falsitiesThen maybe my only problem would be girls in a dressing roomWe’re going to go to something called a restaurantCody explains from the back seat of the car that it’s what people do when they don’t want to cook at home Or when they want better food than what their mother can makeAnd Cody?Yeah?Bring your laptop too I need help finding a top secret compoundI hear him laughing uietly and I can picture him rolling his eyes as he mumbles to himselfI should have just stayed at science camp

  7. Colleen Houck Colleen Houck says:

    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

  8. Maja (The Nocturnal Library) Maja (The Nocturnal Library) says:

    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 explanations she took the easy way out In this case easy also meant unconvincing While I adore the subject of memory loss it is a slippery slope for authors and very few of them do a good enough job Human brain is still a big mystery which I suppose allows writers to take certain liberties but not everything can be random An example of memory loss handled convincingly in YA would be Thyla by Kate Gordon in my opinion but like with her sci fi elements Jessica Brody bit off than she could chew The doctors say I should remember things like that Although my personal memories seem to be ‘temporarily’ lost I should be familiar with everyday objects and brands and the names of celebrities But I’m not It took me a while to really get interested in Unremembered but I have to admit that there were a few chapters around the middle that were pretty exciting Then as the truth started coming to light I found myself and disappointed by the revelations It is a sad sad day when I have to rely on romance to balance my review especially in a genre like sci fi The entire situation screams wasted potential But the fact that Zen was the saving grace of Unremembered is one I can’t change I loved his loyalty and determination his courage and smarts On Sera’s end the romance wasn’t as convincing He was basically the only boy she’s ever seen which somehow made her feelings less valuable in my eyes That said the blurb for the second book Unforgotten to be released in 2014 makes it clear that there’s a love triangle coming so even the romance the only part I actually liked will be thoroughly ruined in the futureThis is where Jessica Brody and I part ways at least until she comes up with another hopefully better thought out series

  9. Jasprit Jasprit says:

    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 likely to enjoy where as those with a big conspiracy theory behind everything tend to confuse me even Unfortunately Unremembered for me falls into the latter category Despite starting off fun with Violet trying to find her place in her foster family and forming a relationship with her witty step brother Cody the path the story followed kind of dwindled off into strangers lurking in the shadows and accusations being thrown about all over the place of who Violet really was I uite liked the first half when Violet and Cody become their own little detectives and did their own investigating the second half unfortunately I didn’t like at allFor me personally Brody attempted to throw too much into the mix I barely got my head around what Violet was and then we had all these individuals popping up claiming to be “friends” of Violet who could she trust? I liked getting into the back story into Violet’s life but after everything I didn’t find it all that exciting The romance also thrown into the mix didn’t win me over either I usually like my action packed novels layered with a sweet romance But the relationship between Zen and Violet had no substance for me I enjoyed getting the small flash backs into how they once were but now I wasn’t too confident that they could get that backThe first half of Unremembered began solidly for me I even had the initial excitement that finally I had found a decent story dealing with memory loss But the second half just went over my head I’m not sure that I will be continuing with this series but I definitely want to try Brody’s other books I have a feeling I may have luck with her contemporary novelsIf anyone has read decent books dealing with memory loss I would love to know your recommendations

  10. Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies says:

    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 executionA 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 condition and is remarkable in her beauty and purple eyes am I the only one sick of characters with odd colored eyes in YA fiction? Jane Doe is thus dubbed Violet and with nobody to claim her she is sent off to a foster family where she tries to unravel the mystery of her past while being p ursued by strange people and a boy to whom she is strangely attractedI did not find the romance believable at all There were no sparks between the characters Shakespearean uotes and all Zen and SeraViolet real name professed to be soul mates yet there are probably sparks between me and the stuffed bear I've had since 3rd gradeThe mystery of her existence was well done it was when Violet began discovering who she actually is that I was lost due to complete disinterest The plot didn't seem to move along at a believable path and pace I just didn't feel compelled to finish it due to complete lack of interest because the second half of the book just lost me It wasn't that the plot was too complex I just found it dull Considering the second half of the book is where the action is that doesn't exactly speak well for itThis is going to be a part of a series and I have no interest in continuing

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