Unspoken: The Lynburn Legacy

Unspoken - Sarah Rees Brennan Unspoken is the first book that i read by Sarah Rees Brennan, and it was fantastic! i really liked this book even though i didn't finish it. I didn't finish it because while reading it i got so many books and it just kept being put on the back burner until i was at the point where i didn't even want to read it anymore, but this book will definitely get a second chance and hopefully before the second one comes out. I loved this book probably for the simple fact that i loved Kami! God, she was amazing! There is nothing that i love more than a strong female protagonist. Kami was strong-willed and funny,and didn't take no for an answer. I mostly loved the relationship she had with her friends, she is of course the ring leader and whether they liked it or not they had to follow her around or else she would get into some serious trouble. Now onto the Lynburn's, the family that owns Sorry-in-the-vale (what a name for a town) the mysterious and elusive family. to say the least they where fucking weird (pardon my french)and i wasn't the only to think that, the whole town did too! i loved how Sarah just had me guessing what the Lynburn's were it was interesting to find out but in retrospect kind of predictable i guess, because when i did i was like "WTF how did i not think of that!" the only good Lynburn in my opinion was none other than Jared! *Que fan girl squeals* he was perfect in a way that i can't explain,he was a jerk like all the time and flinched and pulled away anytime Kami reached out to him, and had a bit of a short temper, but when it really mattered he was always there which is amazing! but then he went and ruined it in the end, totally killing all the previous love i had for him. (when i realized i wasn't going to finish this i skipped and read the last couple of pages *shakes head in shame*) even though i am absolutely sure there is a logical and considerate explanation for the decision he made i won't find out until i either finish this book or read the second one and until then, Jared you are dead to me, DEAD!But anyway Unspoken is a magical book that will make you Laugh and want to scream out of frustration, and keep you on the edge of your seat with anticipation. Recommended to everyone!