Wow! Sometimes you read a book and think, “I would love to see some character growth down the road.” I felt that way with book 1, The Diseased Ones. With The Unseen Ones, Harrington took her main character, Hollis, and knocked it out of the park. We continue where book 1 left off, and we left with a doozy.
“They accepted me without question, and I was so blinded by my past that I couldn’t see it.”
Things have changed yet again for Hollis, and she must help her friends navigate the repercussions of her actions. Everyone deserves a second chance, a chance to correct their mistakes. This book, and series, draw you in with a super fun, dystopian storyline, and characters with incredible abilities. It’s imaginative and addicting, and once you start reading, you don’t want to put it down. I can’t wait to see where we go from here. Wonderfully done!
About the Book:
After the government’s brutal attack on the Diseased Ones, Hollis Timewire must wade through the carnage of her treacherous mistake.
The survivors want justice, and now Hollis faces impending execution. Each day, she must prove herself to be a model community member. But chopping firewood for the new camp in the forest isn’t enough.
Hollis longs to redeem herself, and this sparks an idea to rescue the little boy from the Testing Center. Stealing the government’s secret weapon might just be the perfect way to destabilize the system – enough to bring the whole thing crumbling down. But unseen forces are at work.
The world is not what it appears to be, and society has a dark secret that not even Hollis is prepared to face.