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Unraveling Eleven (Eleven Trilogy #2) by Jerri Chisholm
Publication Date: November 16, 2021
Publisher: Entangled Teen
In Compound Eleven, freedom from tyranny is impossible.
My name is Eve Hamilton, and I’ve managed the impossible.
I am free.
Until just like that, it is wrenched from my grasp. And this time, the corridors of the dark underground city are even more dangerous than ever before. But my brief taste of freedom has left me with something useful, something powerful, something that terrifies the leaders of Compound Eleven.
And now I have a monster inside.
One I’ll need to learn to control, and fast, or I’ll lose everything and everyone I hold dear. Starting with Wren Edelman. The one boy who has taught me that anything is possible if we stick together.
But will that matter if I become the very thing he fears the most?
And then I go still. My smile is gone. Because I can hear something outside my door and down the hall, something that doesn’t belong. A knocking, louder than a fist could make.
“What’s wrong?” Wren asks. He pulls back and stares at me. Silently I get to my feet and open my cell door a crack.
Deep voices, loud and authoritative. They are at Hunter’s cell. Stand aside, they say. Turn out your pockets. Guards.
But Hunter isn’t a rule-breaker. He isn’t a risk-taker. And so the guards must be there for another reason… Stand aside. Turn out your pockets.
I shove the door closed, because suddenly I know why, and all at once there’s a pounding between my ears. “Shit,” I mutter. “Shit.”
Quickly I retrieve the gun I lifted from the guard, and my knife, gifted from my father. Two items that I’m not allowed to have. Two items that could get me in a lot of trouble.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jerri Chisholm is a YA author, a distance runner, and a chocolate addict. Her childhood was spent largely in solitude with only her imagination and a pet parrot for company. Following that she completed a master’s degree in public policy and then became a lawyer, but ultimately decided to leave the profession to focus exclusively on the more imaginative and avian-friendly pursuit of writing. She lives with her husband and three children, but, alas, no parrot.