Unwritten


Children - Fantasy/Sci-Fi
397 Pages
Reviewed on 02/10/2017
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Reviewed by Teah Mist for Readers' Favorite

Unwritten by Kendrah Molnar is a novel whose design is to keep the reader guessing. It will appeal most to young adults who enjoy plots where not everything is as it seems. Elanor is an intelligent young woman with a determination to match. Her life undergoes a huge change when she ends up at a mental hospital where the staff will not allow her to leave. Elanor believes that Fletcher is holding her against her will in order to get at her father’s wealth. Along the way, she meets Freddy, who is also a captive of Fletcher, and appears at first glance to be brainwashed by him. Yet it quickly becomes clear that nothing is what it seems to be, and it is up to Elanor to seek out the truth amid the deception, lies, and brainwashing.

Move over Nancy Drew and Sherlock Holmes; there is a new mystery solver in town and her name is Elanor! I have to say that I enjoyed the way that Kendrah Molnar kept me in suspense about whether Elanor was truly the victim of a kidnapping ring who desired her father’s wealth, or if the staff at the mental hospital’s crazy story about who she was and where she came from was the truth. The overall feeling of the book reminded me of the movie Inception, where the line between reality and fiction become blurred together. The amount of time and effort Kendrah Molnar put into the book in order to create such well-developed characters and such an elaborate plot must have been substantial. I would love to see a future sequel or spin-off of Unwritten!