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For fans of Divergent The The Unknown eBook #10003 Hunger Games and Stranger Things who want to discover something new EIGHT CHILDREN WERE KIDNAPPEDBUT WHYEight kids ages nine to seventeen awaken to find that almost everything they have ever known has been stolen from them They were ripped from their beds in the middle of the night and transported to an unfamiliar and unforgiving new world where there are strict rules and they are punished if they refuse to obeyAs the kids grapple with their mysterious The Unknown eBook #8608 new reality they struggle with disconcerting uestions Where in the world are they Why were they taken away from their families Will they ever get to go back home And the most frightening uestion of all Will this be the place where they dieCYBILS AWARD NOMINEEWhat readers are saying about THE UNKNOWNI have read hundreds of books and it is extremely rare for me to be surprised or give stars I almost always anticipate the plot twists I thought I had this Unknown The Unknown ePUB #8608 one all figured out from the very beginning I couldn't have been wrong An exhilarating emotional fast paced read that I couldn't put d. I was given this book to read in exchange for my honest opinions and due to a shared love of dystopian fiction This is the first book I ve read from J W Lynne and as an avid bookworm The plot was engaging gripping and very well writtenMy initial thoughts on this book was that it may be fan fiction of the Gender Game series but I could not have been wrong as the story is uniue and very much a stand alone series that I can t wait to explore and learn aboutThe book begins with eight children of varying ages being kidnapped They do not know why they have been taken or selected and they have no idea why they have woken in coffin pod beds in little compartments As the story develops you learn about each individual child and about their situations upbringing and fears You also learn about the small common room area where they are being held captive and join them on their journey of discoveryIf you think it ll be hard to remember the names of each child think again for the way in which they are each portrayed is very clever and they all became very easy to distinguish The book is structured into chapters about each child and their differing perspectives you read of them forming close bonds over their situation and watch as close friendships blossom Like all dystopian fiction there is lots of mystery and intrigue and that comes in the form of a Star Room a room in which each child must dare to enter but what they experience is all completely uniue to them and testingI absolutely loved Goat as a character I had some laugh out loud moments of how he responds to things and he just seems so honest and adorable I just know there will be a character for everyoneThere was lots of twists and turns in this book and due to the mystery and suspense I formed a lot of uestions uestions which were slowly answered in clever ways and for the ones that didn t I just hope there is a second bookI could not recommend this book enough it s one of my favourite genres but I haven t seen it written so well in a very long time This is only the start of an amazing writing journey for J W Lynne with this series and I am so pleased I have gotten to be such a small part of it I finished reading this book in awe and just wishing to have and I know any reader who buys this book when published will feel the same It has all the potential for a very popular series

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Ken from their homes in the middle of the night and wake up in a frightening and mysterious world full of secrets Author JW Lynne delivers an intriguing imaginative cinematic experience filled with shocking twists and turns THE UNKNOWN is a must read book for teens and adults who enjoyed THE HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins DIVERGENT by Veronica Roth LEGEND by Marie Lu READY PLAYER ONE by Ernest Cline ENDER'S GAME by Orson Scott Card THE GENDER GAME by Bella Forrest CONFIGURED by Jenetta Penner THE MAZE RUNNER by James Dashner THE GIVER by Lois Lowry or ABOVE THE SKY by JW Lynne This addictive book will have you hooked from the first few mysterious chaptersIf you like fast paced thrillers with mystery suspense unexpected twists and turns and a surprise ending that brings everything together don't miss this gripping new releaseBeware of spoilers in reviews that are without spoiler alertsTHE UNKNOWN is available as a Kindle ebook and in paperbackKindle Unlimited members Read THE UNKNOWN ebook for FREE Prime members who own a Kindle e reader Fire tablet or Fire phone Borrow THE UNKNOWN ebook for FREE from the Kindle Owners' Lending Library. I received this book for Christmas and I knew that I had to read it as soon as possible I knew pretty much nothing about the story or the author going into it All I had done was read the back of the book and I was immediately very intrigued I learned that it was a dystopian novel one of my favorite genres and that it was about a group of kids This book is about eight kids ranging from nine to seventeen who have been kidnapped They know very little about each other and are thrown into a very unfamiliar place The story follows three of these kid s perspectives as they learn what s going on Throughout the story many of the kids become curious about the situation and learn to take matters into their own hands The different personalities of the different kids also become uite apparent as they each handle the issues differently I really loved this book and read it in about two days It was the type of book with a very engaging introduction so I didn t find myself searching for a reason to keep reading I also loved how the story was told from the first person but from three different perspectives The first page of the book lists the names of all the kids and their ages and when I first started reading I thought it would be really difficult to keep track of all of them But the way the author chose to focus on three of the characters is really helpful for the reader because it allowed me to learn a lot about those characters but while also still learning about the other characters around them Overall I really loved this book and had a very difficult time putting it down It was very attention grabbing and interesting making it an overall great read There were very few things I didn t like about this book but there were times I found it somewhat repetitive A large portion of the book focuses on the kids individually facing their fears Since we were following three different character s perspectives there were times where I felt like I was reading the same thing over and over again Other than that my only other complaint is that I hope for there to be a seuel because I still have some unanswered uestions

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Own This story was utterly uniue Justine Book Catharsis ★★★★★Gripping Uniue Lots of mystery and intrigue Dystopian is one of my favourite genres but I haven't seen it written so well in a very long time I finished reading this book in awe Carly Goodreads ★★★★★I love dystopian novels but I have to admit after a while they tend to follow the same plotline and twists This is TOTALLY not the case here I was shocked Gail Goodreads ★★★★★I read A LOT and this book had lots of surprises which I didn't see coming I definitely could not put this one down I truly loved this book Michelle Goodreads ★★★★★Lots of suspense twists and turns I never saw the ending coming It was a total surprise and explained everything Karon Goodreads ★★★★★THE UNKNOWN is a young adult dystopian science fiction mystery thriller with captivating suspense unexpected twists and turns and a dash of romance The story is told from the alternating points of view of three kidnapped children seventeen year old Unpleasant twelve year old Tiger and nine year old GoatTHE UNKNOWN tells the tale of five girls and three boys who are ta. My husband surprised me with this book after he had gone to the store and i m glad he had I am a true dystopian lover and this was so individual compared to all the other ones i had read You will never expect the ending


10 thoughts on “The Unknown The Unknown #1

  1. says:

    I was given this book to read in exchange for my honest opinions and due to a shared love of dystopian fiction This is the first book I’ve read from J W Lynne and as an avid bookworm The plot was engaging gripping and very well writtenMy initial thoughts on this book was that it may be fan fiction of the ‘Ge

  2. says:

    I purchased this book for my library after a friend's daughter read it and loved it As far as I know she has read it twice So I also purchased a copy for myself I didn't guess anything correctly Usually I suspect

  3. says:

    Mind BlowingI have pretty severe ADD and am somewhat new to reading due to a deep hatred at reading brought on by school but ive learned that reading can be fun anyways this book was amazing so many plot twists and they were amazingly well written Definitely worth a read

  4. says:

    I loved it so much

  5. says:

    My husband surprised me with this book after he had gone to the store and i'm glad he had I am a true dystopian lover and this was so individua

  6. says:

    Waking to find themselves grouped together in an unknown 'bunker' eight children are about to fear for their lives Not kno

  7. says:

    Once again I was impressed with Lynne's books This one had me non stop reading and I loved it When I looked at the cover I thought it was going to be one of those mildly scary with how it looks Then I read the blurb and automatically started reading it I didn't put my kindle down at all during reading this book because I was so interested If you have never read this you better clear your schedule because you are I for a treat

  8. says:

    I received an ARC of this book from the author and once I started I couldn't put it down I love dystopian novels but I have to admit after a while they tend to follow the same plotline and twists This is TOTALLY not the case here JW Lynne's style of writing and the world she creates with her words is a refreshing

  9. says:

    I received this book for Christmas and I knew that I had to read it as soon as possible I knew pretty much nothing about the story or the author going into it All I had done was read the back of the book and I was immediately very intrigued I learned that it was a dystopian novel one of my favorite genres and that it was about a group of kids This book is about eight kids ranging from nine to seventeen who have been kidnapped Th

  10. says:

    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion feedback and review I am a huge fan of the dystopian genre and I can easily say this book is better than The Maze Runner Series It kept me on edge with my im

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