Nameless

Nameless I live in a world where freedom doesn t exist and life is a battle for survival Most people aren t even allowed to have names But I had a name once I was Allura until the Wardens captured me They tol

  • Title: Nameless
  • Author: Jessica Sorensen
  • ISBN: 2940152847451
  • Page: 151
  • Format: Nook
  • I live in a world where freedom doesn t exist, and life is a battle for survival Most people aren t even allowed to have names.But I had a name once I was Allura until the Wardens captured me.They told me I was a Nameless That I was no one, and my sole purpose was to obey them And, for a while, I believed them.I spent years living underground in the channels beneath thI live in a world where freedom doesn t exist, and life is a battle for survival Most people aren t even allowed to have names.But I had a name once I was Allura until the Wardens captured me.They told me I was a Nameless That I was no one, and my sole purpose was to obey them And, for a while, I believed them.I spent years living underground in the channels beneath the city, dreaming of being outside again I never thought it would happen That I d die in the darkness of my cell.But then three guys show up in the channels and my fate suddenly changes.Blaise, Ryder, and Reece are part of a secret group working to take down the Wardens and help rescue the Nameless For the first time in a long time, I feel like I might survive.But the outside world isn t like how I remember The city has become even dangerous, especially for the Nameless To survive, I ll have to learn how to trust the guys and live in a world full of crime where almost everyone is hunting for me.

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      Jessica Sorensen is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author from the snowy mountains of Wyoming When she s not writing, she spends her time reading and hanging out with her familyssicasorensenfacebook pages Jessica

    345 thoughts on “Nameless”

    1. 4.5 Stars!!Well…I think this was one of the best book I’ve read by this author. I honestly was a little reluctant to start this one since it’s a dystopian/fantasy novel. While I enjoy from time to time watching a dystopian movie, I can’t say the same when it comes to reading this book genre. Jessica Sorensen surprised me in a very good way with "Nameless". She delivered an intriguing, unputdownable story that not only held me captive the entire time, but left me wanting more. ”What if [...]


    2. 5 STARS”What if the world I dream of doesn’t exist? What if what’s out there now is all that’s out there? What if this world is just the channels and the wardens and violence and emptiness?”Wow this is a completely engaging story that I couldn’t read fast enough. Jessica Sorensen has a stellar plot with this book and I highly suggest she stay with these characters and flow their lead to whether they take her. This has the makings of an EPICseries and I could totally see this book pla [...]


    3. RATING: 4.25 Hearts!! :)Nameless is a fast-paced, enthralling read, plunging us into a dangerous world alongside heroine Allura as we discover her memories—as they come in flashes—and elude the Wardens and the Grim on a suspense laden and thrilling journey. Allura is a young woman, a “Nameless”, captured and caged for use by the Grim. She’s clueless as to why she’s special to them, but no matter how dire her thoughts in captivity, her actions prove her to be brave and strong-willed a [...]


    4. It had promise, but it just didn't quite get there. Since the book ends at 118 pages and just drops off in the middle of the story, I would rather have waited until a whole book was written than to read the partial story we were given. Just call me when it's done.Yeah, she left us hangingSo, we have Allura, considered a "nameless" and locked in a cell for who-knows how long. We never find out what a "nameless" is, so don't expect to find out what the book title means. We know that Allura was one [...]


    5. She's done it again! Jessica has pulled me into another world that I love and need to know more about! I couldn't read this book fast enough!! LOVE! LOVE! LOVE!Nameless is the first book in Jessica's newest series. It's a world like we have never known or read about it. It's a world where humans are the bottom of the food chain and The Grim rule everything.Allura is a Nameless. She is clueless to what is happening around her. She is rescued by three men but she is very hesitant to trust them. He [...]



    6. This was a great start to a new series by Jessica Sorensen. There was a lot of world and character building in this one and I am left wanting more! Can't wait for Forsaken!


    7. Jessica Sorensen is a well-known author for her works in New Adult Romance, such as The Coincidence of Callie & Kayden and The Secret of Ella and Micha but this isn't romance. Nameless is a dystopian YA and I was a little reluctant to start this but it didn't disappoint in the least. This story starts with a girl trapped in a cell with no view to the outside world, she has been there for so long she doesn't know if the vague memories she has are actual memories or simply her imagination. She [...]


    8. Allura is stuck in a cell.Nope, not one as tv-friendly as that (and definitely vodka-free!). She's stuck in a practically bare cell, stripped of her dignity, her past, and her name. Allura is a Nameless and her #1 job is to be a feeding source for the visitors who pay to suck her life force from her.Soundseasant. Right?It also sounded vaguely familiar. Now, I'm not saying that it's 'stealing', or 'copying' from another book. But there were some surprising similarities between this bookd Tahereh [...]


    9. 5 STARSMY FIRST 5 STAR of 2016!This was a great start to this new dystopian series by Jessica Sorensen. I, absolutely, loved it! I was engaged from the very moment I started and I couldn't put it down until I was finished. I was sneak reading at work! The pacing of this story was spot on. Everything was set up perfectly. I agree with another reviewer about this book playing out like a movie. I could visualize everything as I was reading. I felt like I was right there with Allura. I really enjoye [...]


    10. NAMELESS is the first instalment in Jessica Sorensen's latest YA series. The best way I can describe the book without giving anything away, is as a 'dystopian urban fantasy supernatural' crossover.Allura is a Nameless. In her dark world Nameless are people with no freedom or control over their lives. They live in fear of the Wardens and are often trapped inside their own minds. When she is rescued she suddenly finds herself liberated but confused and frightened.Allura has to learn who to trust a [...]


    11. My 5-Facts Review ('Cuz I'm lazy busy reading):NAMELESS BY JESSICA SORENSEN ★★★★☆ (4 stars) ________________________________✔ Aside from a few typos, the writing was exceptionally good! The author certainly knows how to engage the readers and keep their attention.✔ I loved the characters! Allura is one of the strongest heroines I've ever met and I couldn't have wished for better heros than Ryder, Blaise and Reece! ✔ There wasn't any romance in the book, and it was perfectly fine [...]


    12. The synopsis sounded interesting so I jumped right into this one. here's my breakdown:The pros:* Creative apocalypse/paranormal world created* Well written and fast paced plot* Offered as a kindleunlimited* I really liked the heroine in this book -little things about her, for instance how she'd never seen a mirror and had no idea what she looked like - her character just came across as humble and almost innocent despite this horrible worldThe cons:* It was too short - I get that it was only the [...]


    13. A great start to a new series! There's a lot of suspense and mystery that had me needing to know more. I like how different the characters were. The serious one, the flirt, the mysterious one, and then the girl who is thrown into their lot.I just want to know what's going on!



    14. This was a fast paced and engaging start to a new series. The ending was definitely a to be continued sort of deal and few questions are answered. I'll want to read the next book when it's out.


    15. Pants, and other inconsistencies. But seriously, pants.So, by reading the description of Allura's living conditions, I had an idea of what she looked like, smelled like, etc I imagined her being absolutely filthy, based on her treatment. We're talking caked in dirt, human waste, and blood. I doubt she ever had her hair brushed, resulting in tangled and matted hair that would probably have to be shaven. Oh, and her teeth! I figured the malnourishment and lack of hygiene would give her rotten teet [...]


    16. Nameless by Jessica Sorensen is an exciting, suspenseful, and intoxicating story that will own you from the very beginning. As soon as I started I couldn’t put it down. I was captivated by the characters and their journey. There isn’t one dull moment in the whole book, it’s exhilarating. Allura is such a wonderful character. I love the fact that regardless what is happening to her and what has happened, she still has fight in her. She never gives in to the darkness pulling her under; she g [...]


    17. Such a promising beginning, and such a disappointing developmentThe first several chapters, in which the main hero, Allura, is a prisoner of some aliens, are totally cool -- the atmosphere is filled with dread, suspense, Allura's inner strength, wardens' evilness. But then enter three "dashing heroes" who save the girl and everything goes to hell. After the guys explain the situation (which they do very vaguely) and Allura recovers from her years-long imprisonment (which she does in a matter of [...]


    18. I looooooove Jessica's books. I've read most of them and enjoyed every one. This book would have been given a five star review but I feel lately that her books get shorter and shorter. I felt like I was three chapters into the book when this one ended. I know that there are normally 3-4 books in every series but they used to feel like three full books each and now they feel like reading one normal sized book split into three. Despite this I will continue to read her books because she is a great [...]


    19. MY OPINION of Nameless. Great start to what promises to be a good series. Looking forward to reading the continuation. As with just about all Ms. Sorenson's bookswell written and with a good plot. I am just hoping that this doesn't turn out to be a love triangle or with horrible cliffhangers. Will continue the series


    20. Nette Einleitung in die Geschichte und interessante Idee, aber mehr war es nicht. Es ist einfach nichts passiert in dem Buch. wenn das eine Reihe ist, rechtfertigt das nicht die fehlende Handlung in Band 12,5 Sterne


    21. The story just got started when I reached the end of the book. I am intrigued and will continue reading when the rest is released but it seems it is not a series but a single book split up and released in stages. This is more of a teaser. Full review pending more of the story.







    22. I'm going to have to go with 2.5 stars on this and I feel like I'm being generous. There wasn't really anything overwhelmingly terrible about this, it actually had an interesting bit of uniqueness to the setting. At the opening of the book, we are introduced to Allura who is kept in a cell for what has been an undisclosed but most likely really long period of time where she basically serves as dinner for a group of beings known as the Grim. No one is sure what the Grim actually are - possibly al [...]


    23. Pretty GoodReally liked the story line and the characters. The book ended VERY abruptly. I mean, I was wondering if it didn't fully download - that's how abrupt it was. I'm not a huge fan of cliff hangers to start with, but this one just seemed to have no warning. Like somebody ripped out the last few pages.


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