Unrest (Unknown #2) by Wendy Higgins
New York Times bestselling author Wendy Higgins brings you the second book in this thrilling war-torn world… Being on the run in the desert means food and sanctuary are hard to come by, but Amber Tate and her crew are not about to give up. Not after having the things they love brutally ripped from them by an unknown enemy who sent their world into the apocalypse. Survival takes precedence, but once safe shelter is found, their guards fall and the emotions they’ve been holding in are finally released. Anger, insecurities…lust. In their tight quarters, Amber, Rylen, Tater, and Remy can’t escape it. The past must be faced, and passions run even stronger in the darkest of times. In the midst of unrest, their worlds are rocked again when they discover the truth about the war that’s ruined their lives. They thought finding out the enemy’s identity would give them the edge; instead it’s revealed terrifying dangers they never thought possible.
Noooo it can’t end like that! Seriously, Unrest ends with everything up in the air. I need Undone NOW!
Okay. Calm down. This book was good. It was so freaking good I can’t handle it! Wendy Higgins, you have done it again. You completely captivated me with this story and I am so invested in these characters. How do you do this to me time and time again? Gah! I love Wendy Higgins’ books.
So, as with the first book, Unknown, there are unfortunately quite a few grammatical errors/typos that really should have been caught. I know it’s self-published, but c’mon. Some were really bad. Like this one:
“[F**k],” muttered the older man at my ear. “How many of there are you?”
Or extra quote marks in the middle of a quotation. The mistakes seemed to get worse near the end of the book, too. I would say the last 20% of the book had the most errors. That just screams sloppiness to me. Okay, enough of that. I don’t mean to be disrespectful and I don’t like sounding as if I’m bashing anyone, but at the same time it needs to be said so that you understand why I didn’t give this book 5 stars (which the story sooo deserves).
The story. The characters. The romance. The tension. The intensity. The mysteriousness. Everything was sooo good. It was all just wonderful. (Other than the sloppy editing). You should read this series. This series does not feel like a self-published series. It is seriously good. And I seriously can’t wait for the third and final book. I’m so glad it’s coming in the Fall and I don’t have to wait a year! Ah, the joys of reading self-pubs.
Have you read Unknown yet? Do it NOW!
Best Aspect: Captivity/Story
Worst Aspect: Editing