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Unrest (Unknown Trilogy Book 2) by [Higgins, Wendy]
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  • File Size: 1007 KB
  • Print Length: 240 pages
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01NCSKPN5
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I really loved the first book in the series but Unrest is even more tantalising. It demanded and held my attention. Fabulous!

Amber,Riley,Remy,Tater and their newly found allies and friends continue on their journey to seek refuge with a group which could be friends or foes. They won't know until they get there and they carry on regardless. It really doesn't matter at this point but hope and survival are great drivers.

This journey gets harder with every step of the way. Everything is getting scarce and they face one disappointment after another. When they find somewhere where they might find something to ease their way, they have to face yet another scare. Amber finds herself in danger and the knock on effect turns disastrous for Tater who is already in a dark place.

They reach their destination after going through more than they could endure. Amber and Riley continue to dance around each other until Linette, a newcomer sticks her oar in. Amber realises that she has to do something but doesn't take the best approach. Desperation? Once they get together, sparks fly and it becomes apparent that they both had similar reservations. Phew!

After what happened at the end of the first book and what Amber recently encountered, Tater is no longer the happy go lucky lad that he was. As for Remy, she too is a different person. Their interactions are interesting and intriguing.

Unrest is fast paced and very well balanced. It's full of action, suspense, heartache and love. It's a great concept with a nice flow and palpable emotions. I fell even more in love with the characters and I am completely hooked. I can't wait to see what transpires next.
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3.5 Stars in my Sky!

*Note* Unrest is the followup to Wendy Higgins' Unknown and isn't a standalone story. For review purposes I'm going to presume you've read book one.

The action in Unrest picks up right where it left off and we're instantly thrown back into the drama with Amber and Rylen.

I'm a big fan of Amber and her family. Amber is just as sweet, smart sassy as ever. I particularly loved her devotion to her friends and family. Although I did find myself getting a little stressed about Amber's unwavering obsession with Rylen. However, this was also what I liked about the story - it's a tricky thing to balance. I really appreciated the drama a lot more this time round and the increased pace.

There's lots of action and drama but in a different way to we saw in Unknown. The story had an almost road-trip feel in places and was an all out war in others (don't worry no spoilers). It was nice to meet lots of new characters, as well as catching up with Remy and Tater.

Wendy Higgins really upped the suspense in this one, but more importantly, she ups the romantic tension - oh the drama. There's a whole random tangent involving Remy which I didn't really get at all - to be honest it had me questioning the ages of the characters ,because they suddenly seem much younger than reported. BUT overall I enjoyed the story and have just about recovered from that flipping cliffy!!!

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An awesome middle book. Had me glued to my kindle till it was finished. Fantastic plot and well developed characters. So pleased bk 3 is out later this year.
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