Undiscovered (Unremembered #1.5) by Jessica Brody
Before the crash of Freedom Airlines flight 121…
There was a top-secret research compound hidden deep in the desert.
There was a girl held prisoner in a restricted sector.
And there was a boy who found her. And risked everything to set her free.
Romantic and action-packed, Undiscovered is sure to thrill fans of Jessica Brody’s Unremembered trilogy. In this 100-page novella, told from Zen’s point of view, more secrets are revealed about Seraphina’s forgotten past, the corporation that created her, and the boy who fell in love with her. Undiscovered also includes a sneak peek of Unforgotten, the anticipated second book in the trilogy.
In this novella, we get to see how life is inside the Diotech compound. This part interested me, as we didn’t get much information out of the first book. We learn that Zen is somewhat of a rebel. He didn’t just break the rules for Sera; he breaks the rules quite often if he thinks what they are doing is wrong.
I was hoping this novella would get me excited about their romance, but unfortunately that didn’t happen. I still get it, I just don’t get the feels from it.
There is not much more we learn to help better understand things. We just get to know Zen a little better, which is nice. I’m not sure this novella is necessary to the story, however. As usual (except the odd one), this in-between novella wasn’t worth the $2. But, it wasn’t bad either…just unnecessary.