Pages no: 388
, Young Adult
, Mental Health
, Mental Illness
The Unquiet is cool, creepy, and kinda messed with my head. Normally I don't like that but it worked for me this time. I liked how people changed in this book, how nothing was black or white but people's choices were still good and bad, and how it kept me guessing right to the very end. If you're lo...
There were shadows when there was no solid object. There were voices that told them to do the unspeakable. Words were written that no one recalls being wrote down. People were acting strange but why only a selected few. Rinn knew she had to figure it all out before she became the next victim since...
If you are looking for a really creepy novel where ghosts are not the benign Caspers that populate kiddie cartoons, The Unquiet is for you. It’s supernatural elements are truly frightening and the atmosphere evoked does a lot to create a sense of fear and hesitation as the narrative hinges upon the ...
rating-> 3.5“Can Aa-a-ana-liese come out and play?” I'm usually a fast reader , so to take a week to finish this book is a shocker for me . Now as you may notice , I have given this book a rating of 3.5 which in my opinion is pretty huge . When I had read the synopsis of this book , I was hooked ont...
This book did not sit well with me. For nearly the whole book I felt like giving it only one star. The beginning is so outrageously boring and really quite needless. I think a good 100 pages could have been cut and the book surely would have benefitted from it. Character wise no one is well devel...
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