Book Review: Unmarked by Kami Garcia

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Kami Garcia has masterfully continued her Legion series with a second book that stands up to – perhaps even surpasses – the first book, with Unmarked. The stakes are higher, the dangers increased, and emotions more intense then ever.

unmarkedThe heart-pounding sequel to the instant New York Times bestseller, Unbreakable, by New York Times bestselling Beautiful Creatures co-author Kami Garcia.

He is here… and he could be anyone.

Kennedy Waters lives in a world where vengeance spirits kill, ghosts keep secrets, and a demon walks among us–a demon she accidentally set free.

Now Kennedy and the other Legion members–Alara, Priest, Lukas, and Jared–have to hunt him down. As they learn more about the history of the Legion and the Illuminati, Kennedy realizes that the greatest mystery of all does not belong to any secret order, but to her own family. With the clock ticking and the life of someone she loves hanging in the balance, Kennedy has to ask the question she fears most: what is it about her past that has left her Unmarked?

Kennedy and the other members of the Legion find themselves facing demons on all fronts — both their biggest, most evil foe yet, and their own inner demons. Unmarked sees the teens facing the unexpected and dangerous consequences of the events that took place in Unbreakable. As they race to stop the end of the world — and stop a potentially unbeatable foe — the Legion finds itself struggling to stay strong, with plenty of inner turmoil taking its toll as much as outside forces.

Garcia has masterfully upped the ante for her characters, and revealed new mysteries and challenges for the Legion — all the while giving readers startling new revelations and shocking twists that will keep them on the edge of their seats as they read each heart-stopping page.

Unmarked proves, once again, that Garcia is a New York Times bestselling author for a good reason. Masterful storytelling, compelling characters, and topsy-turvy plot twists abound within the book’s pages.

Much like ever-popular TV shows “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “Supernatural,” Garcia shows a true gift for combining snark and sass with original paranormal mythology, and agonizing drama.

Unmarked is in stores now.

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