Unwept really grabbed me to begin with. After about 100 pages I thought I was going to stop, but I ended up continuing on. It just became one messy story where nothing made sense. I understood that they were trying to give us bits and pieces of what was really going on. But the execution of it was boring and uninteresting. The characters however were very interesting to start. But during most of those first 100 pages they were all over the place. For me this was just one very odd read. I will not be checking out book two.
Go Into This One Knowing
This book has very slow plot development and almost no world building.
Unwept -- the beginning of a spellbinding new trilogy by Tracy Hickman and Laura Hickman bestselling co-creators of Dragonlance and RavenloftGamin, Maine, is a remote seaside town where everyone seems to know Ellis Harkington better than she knows herself—but she doesn’t remember any of them.Unknown events have robbed Ellis of her memory. Concerned individuals, who claim to be friends and loved ones, insist that she simply needs to recuperate, and that her memories may return in time. But, for her own sake—so they claim—they refuse to divulge what has brought her to this state.Ellis finds herself adrift in a town of ominous mysteries, cryptic hints, and disturbingly familiar strangers. The Nightbirds, a clique of fashionable young men and women, claim her as one of their own, but who can she truly trust? And what of the phantom suitor who visits her in her dreams? Is he a memory, a figment of her imagination, or a living nightmare beyond rational explanation?Only her lost past holds the answers she seeks—if she can uncover its secrets before she falls prey to an unearthly killer.