Unspoken  - Sarah Rees Brennan *Genre* Young Adult, Paranormal*Rating* 3.5-4*First Thoughts*I must say that after reading some of my fellow bloggers reviews and comments, I was a bit hesitant about reading Unspoken. Because of that, I borrowed the book from the local library. I shouldn't have worried since I really enjoyed Unspoken, and absolutely can't wait for Untold to be released later this year. I am actually turning into one of those readers who firmly believes that I need to wait for all three books to be released, and then do one massive readathon so that I don't have to wait so long for the sequels!"I keep all sorts of things in my bra, actually, Kami told her. "It's always a bit of a shock when I've forgotten my phone is in there and it vibrates."I really liked the lead character Kami Glass. I thought SRB blended the perfect amount of sarcasm, with witty comments, and the ability to be funny and serious when necessary. I was surprised at how little her own mother told Kami about why she had the ability to speak to a person who was thought to be non-existent. I appreciated the family aspect otherwise. I liked her two brothers Tomo and Ten as well as her father. It's not often you find a nice family connection that seems to genuinely care about each other in YA Paranormal releases."Is this true, Kami? Are you going out on a date?" Dad asked tragically. "Wearing that? Wouldn't you fancy a shapeless cardigan instead? You rock a shapeless cardigan, honey."I liked her friends Angela, her brother, and Holly Prescott and was glad to see how well they all got along without a bunch of teen angst and drama. There's a short story that features both Holly and Angela that SRB released as teasers. You should definitely check out her blog for further information. "Your soul is like the souls of a thousand monkeys on crack, all smushed together." Angela to KamiI'm not entirely surprised by who turned out to be the villain(s) of this book. In my updates you can tell I was getting warmer as the book progressed. When you look at certain factors closely, you could see it coming from a mile away. The thing I'm most shocked about is the ending and how utterly awful I feel for Kami right now. Sometimes you make a smart decision that ends up being a bad choice. As for the so called love triangle between Kami, Ash and Jared, I honestly don't have any emotional baggage in regards to hating it, or loving it. It is what it is. Personally, by the end, I didn't much care for either brother and would definitely push Kami towards Angela's brother who she is definitely more attuned to and familiar with.Published September 11th 2012 by Random House Books for Young Readers