I think, that after reading the ending of Unraveling, many readers would want to read Unbreakable. Me? I'm one of those readers, LOL. (Bet you didn't expect that.)I'm loving this series so far, and I can't wait to see what happens in the next book. So, this whole multiverse thing is really cool, and I think Unraveling is the only book that I've read with a multiverse.. SO FAR. Well, if you haven't read Unraveling, don't read this review, and if you'd like to, then please read my review for Unraveling first. Because if you don't then I don't think this review would make much sense.When I cracked open this book, I think my initial thought was GET ON WITH THE PLOT ALREADY! Mainly because my definition of 'plot' happening is Ben coming in and kissing Janelle to death and then taking her to live happily ever after. But of course, things don't just happen like that. The romance between Ben and Janelle is still there, definitely, but somehow I think that little misunderstanding there got a little weird. Also, Janelle was fairly annoying in this book. I just couldn't help but roll my eyes at her..Elizabeth Norris is a very good writer and she's got this plot very well organized.. except she made us wait FOREVER for Ben to come in! So many false alarms.. Really, I have nothing else to say! Except-- if there's any reason to read this book, it's Barclay! Man, I love that guy now! All I really had to say about Norris's writing style and characters and plot twists were included in the review for the first book.