Unleashed (Unremembered #2.5) by Jessica Brody
Seraphina has escaped the compound.
The president of Diotech has fallen gravely ill.
Now Dr. Alixter rests his last hope on a genetically enhanced soldier.
A boy designed to apprehend Sera. A boy incapable of failure…
Set in the thrilling sci-fi world of Jessica Brody’s Unremembered trilogy, this sinister and suspenseful novella recounts the untold story of what happened on the Diotech compound after the shocking ending of Unremembered. Told from Kaelen’s point of view, Unleashed also includes a special sneak peek of Unchanged, the long-awaited conclusion to the series.
I’m not sure why I always feel the need to read these novellas. I almost always regret spending the money on them. I mean, even if they’re not bad, they rarely actually add anything to the overall story.
I thought I would like this one better than Undiscovered because I found Kaelen to be a more interesting character than Zen. However, it really wasn’t any better.
We did get to see more of the Diotech compound. It was nice seeing it from Kaelen’s point of view (POV), as it gives a bit of insight as to what Sera may have gone through when she was there, though not exactly the same, of course.
Other than that, and just seeing things generally through Kaelen’s POV, we don’t learn anything more about anything of substance.