Sunday, July 6, 2014

COYER Book Review: Unknown

Unknown (True Identity #1) by Chris Martin

A man wakes up in a restaurant walk-in freezer with no memory of what happened, how he got there, or even who he is. All he knows is that strange flashbacks seem to hold some clue to his past... and that a lot of people seem to want to kill him.

Unknown is a breathtaking ride through the first few days of the nameless man's struggle to find a safe refuge and learn who he is. The storyline kept me guessing - is each person he runs across a friend or an enemy? What about the protagonist - is he one of the good guys or a bad guy? He doesn't even know. I liked the characters, and the story is written in a clear, easy-to-follow style.

Unknown is a novella-length work, the first installment in what looks like a four-part story. More questions are raised than answered, and this installment ends with a shocker. I really really hope the next book is available soon!
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