Available: August 16, 2016 | ISBN 9781631630620 | paperback | 340 pages | 5.5 in. x 8.25 in. | World (translation, audiobook, media rights) | $17.99 US (trade paperback), $8.99 US (e-book)
The Unseen, Book 3 of 3
In the thrilling final installment of the acclaimed Unseen trilogy, Eleanor is determined to end the destruction that follows her strange powers by disappearing forever. But as she returns to a home that believes her dead for one last visit, what she finds may be hard to let go. Can Eleanor pay the price of survival?
After learning her past and seeing the terrible and tragic history of her kind, Eleanor must conclude she is toxic, a cause of pain and destruction. For everyone’s own good, she will disappear forever. But first, one last visit to Jamesford.
Eleanor returns to find the little Wyoming town mourning for its lost child. The unremarkable girl, who in life wanted only to be ignored, is a celebrity in death, a tourist attraction, a legend. A mystery.
But not everyone thinks Eleanor’s dead. While some wait in hope for her return, others wait in ambush.
“I connected instantly with Eleanor and wanted her to achieve her goal. I wanted the happy ending with David. Worthen created characters you can invest in. They are real and likable. His writing is dark and gritty with the depth of his descriptive narrative." —5-Star Review from Debby Foulkes of the Paranormal Romance Guild
“Johnny Worthen delivers a fast-paced and intense conclusion to the UNSEEN trilogy with DAVID ... Bravo to a perfectly satisfying ending!" —Cynthia Reeg, author of From the Grave
“. . . brilliant . . . captivating, and mind blowing." —Elisa Hordon, Girl-Who-Reads.com
“Layered with mystery and intrigue, magic and drama, as well as romance, The Unseen trilogy has everything a reader could ever want.The messages that Worthen painstakingly hides between the lines are so relevant today, it’s unbelievable that he was able to work them into a YA series. And considering how watered down some YA books are these days, this trilogy is a breath of fresh air … Every bookcase should feature this trilogy in a collection. Period." —Tentacle Books
“The story is very good and draws readers into it. Worthen does an excellent job describing her feelings of loneliness. The Navajo mythology and language make it a richer story." —Deseret News
“. . . this increasingly frenzied story is told with clarity and rhythm, never slowing down, but the imagery is so strong that you don’t get muddled." —The Book Bird
“Worthen stimulates readers’ interest, starting with a crisis in Eleanor’s life; moving from that crisis and its resolution to its shattering consequences; placing Eleanor in progressively more dangerous situations that cogently lead from one to the other; and noting always that her increasing power and awareness are themselves among her greatest enemies. At the end, he provides a satisfying conclusion to that which has gone before and an intriguing introduction to the next segment in the story: David.” —Hellnotes.com