Unremembered Jessica Brody

Meet Sera, the 16yr old sole survivor of Airlines flight 121’s crash into the Pacific Ocean.
Yet her name is not on the passenger manifest.
Her fingerprints and DNA do not show up on any database…..anywhere…..in the world.
She has no memory of who she is, where she is from, she can’t remember her favourite food….yet speaks fluid Portuguese and Russian without even knowing she can.

Then there is Zen, a boy she can’t remember even though he says he is her soul mate.
He also says she is part of a top secret science experiment.
That she is on the run.
That she should trust him.

Can Sera work out who she is, where she came from and who to trust before its too late?
Will remembering her past be worse than forgetting it?

Brody’s Unremembered is a seriously slick and fast paced read that will keep readers gripped, the first in a trilogy, that I devoured in one sitting, and will be counting the days until book 2 is released!

A must read for all fans of YA fiction!

A proof copy of Unremembered was kindly provided for review purposes by Macmillan Children’s Books.

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