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Lena, Flint and their unique family have discovered what created their extrasensory abilities and hidden memories. When a new opportunity arises to give them answers to a past they thought was lost, an entire world is reopened. Now, stronger than they were before, they venture to the heart of what created them knowing they may not all return.


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Lena, Flint and their unique family have discovered what created their extrasensory abilities and hidden memories. When a new opportunity arises to give them answers to a past they thought was lost, an entire world is reopened. Now, stronger than they were before, they venture to the heart of what created them knowing they may not all return.

30 review for Remembered

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gale Albright

    Ok book two in The Lost Children trilogy was better than book one. I have given it a solid four stars due to the storyline, writing and the focus being on their abilities. I really am looking forward to the last book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Hindermann

    Fast paced, high energy and drama Lots going on in this one and I was really excited to know what happened before the group all met each other. This is the book where questions gets answered, but more questions get asked. From page one to the last, I couldn't put it down. I kept NEEDING to read to know what happened next. The drama that unfolds after everyone gets their memories back definitely made it a page turner. Stakes are high and things go down. This is Krista Street's best writing yet. She Fast paced, high energy and drama Lots going on in this one and I was really excited to know what happened before the group all met each other. This is the book where questions gets answered, but more questions get asked. From page one to the last, I couldn't put it down. I kept NEEDING to read to know what happened next. The drama that unfolds after everyone gets their memories back definitely made it a page turner. Stakes are high and things go down. This is Krista Street's best writing yet. She's fantastic at drawing in the reader using all senses and creating characters that everyone loves. I can't wait for the last book to find out how things end. I'm ready for more!

  3. 4 out of 5

    dawn roper

    Such a let down This book did not really go anywhere. It could have been done in a couple of short paragraphs to the first book. The first one was so good. She didn't really have a plan to take the story forward so it fell flat. Such a let down This book did not really go anywhere. It could have been done in a couple of short paragraphs to the first book. The first one was so good. She didn't really have a plan to take the story forward so it fell flat.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth✨

    I was so happy that the book went into more detail of the family dynamic. All the different relationships and the details of their abilities. I was happy that the author wrote a few chapters about Lena’s memories before the drug! I am intrigued with these 3 new characters that were added near the end, they are definitely different, but I’m excited to know more. This series has been awesome from the beginning and I am so glad the second book didn’t disappoint (because sometimes the second book in I was so happy that the book went into more detail of the family dynamic. All the different relationships and the details of their abilities. I was happy that the author wrote a few chapters about Lena’s memories before the drug! I am intrigued with these 3 new characters that were added near the end, they are definitely different, but I’m excited to know more. This series has been awesome from the beginning and I am so glad the second book didn’t disappoint (because sometimes the second book in the series can be tough to read), the author did fabulous! Onto the last book! I am excited to see how the author completes the series!☺️

  5. 4 out of 5

    Candy Robosky

    I love the storyline between Lena and Flint and the background we get on the program that brought them all to this isolated existence. I unfortunately find myself not caring as much about Di or Amber. I don't know what it is about them but they are not very empathetic characters compared to the others in the group. I also am leery of Father but am not entirely sure why. Some people have had problems with what they term as casual sex in the book, but they seem to forget that a) the group have be I love the storyline between Lena and Flint and the background we get on the program that brought them all to this isolated existence. I unfortunately find myself not caring as much about Di or Amber. I don't know what it is about them but they are not very empathetic characters compared to the others in the group. I also am leery of Father but am not entirely sure why. Some people have had problems with what they term as casual sex in the book, but they seem to forget that a) the group have been together for over 15 years, b) they wait until both parties are 18, c) they wait until they have birth control, d) they are not given the birth control without a meeting with Father, and e) it is not done just to do it, they have been together for longer than it seems and both are adults. Enough of that, the story as a whole shows how they come together as a family, team, unit, whatever to try to save others that unfortunately could not be saved earlier with them. I appreciate how most of them take "honing their powers" so seriously and do not just say "Nope I already know it all." The characters show they are still maturing and growing. There is so much to learn about what is "Remembered" by the group that I think the title is perfect. Krista Street is a very talented writer and I can't wait to read more.

  6. 5 out of 5

    K. Lincoln

    4.5 stars, actually. If the first book, Forgotten, introduced us to the fascinating bunch of young adults who were experimented on by the mysterious O'Brien research facility with just enough tantalizing detail to hint at why they are broken and unlike any other youth you have met, this second book in the series fills in the details. Lots of details. We get cool glimpses of Lena and Flint's relationship as they were growing up in the Forbidden Hills. We get flashes of traumatic memories from Lena 4.5 stars, actually. If the first book, Forgotten, introduced us to the fascinating bunch of young adults who were experimented on by the mysterious O'Brien research facility with just enough tantalizing detail to hint at why they are broken and unlike any other youth you have met, this second book in the series fills in the details. Lots of details. We get cool glimpses of Lena and Flint's relationship as they were growing up in the Forbidden Hills. We get flashes of traumatic memories from Lena of what it was like in the facility, and we get a lot of Flint and Lena together (and there was much rejoicing.) We also get the gang exploring their new powers, and then putting them into use as they return to O'Brien for any remaining lost children. No spoilers here, but the end of the book has Lena in a seminal moment of coming into her own power and confidence, as well as the addition of a few intriguing new members to the gang. The story does start off a bit slow, and sometimes, despite Flint's sexiness, I wanted Lena to be so accepting of his overprotectivness, but all in all it's a minor quibble of personal taste. Off to read the next one!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Susan Harrowa

    Love this series! I was just as hooked from start to finish with this book as I was with the first. It's an excellent continuation of the story begun in book one. The dynamics of their relationships, both one on one, and as a "family" are both compelling and realistic. These characters are all brilliantly flawed, each in their own way, just still making the absolute best with what they were given and what they know. Best new stuff, and author, I've read recently. Love this series! I was just as hooked from start to finish with this book as I was with the first. It's an excellent continuation of the story begun in book one. The dynamics of their relationships, both one on one, and as a "family" are both compelling and realistic. These characters are all brilliantly flawed, each in their own way, just still making the absolute best with what they were given and what they know. Best new stuff, and author, I've read recently.

  8. 4 out of 5

    jamie sweeten

    Great characters This is a good easy read. I love strong female leads. And though Lena is still growing up and learning about her abilities , she’s a strong determined woman. This is a fun series . I love reading about each character’s abilities. If you like reading about people having powers, gifts or just being different than the norm then you will like this book! Can’t wait to read the last one!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jana Gundy

    A good sequel It’s very hard to make a middle book as interesting as the first or the last but I believe this author did it. We get to access Lena’s forgotten memories and even a tiny bit of what it was like for her in the lab as a child. The action was plenty and the romance was good.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Aizlynne

    I would recommend this book for readers 18+ as there are sex scenes. I have enjoyed the development of the plot even more this second time through the series. The development of the characters' powers and the information about Project Renata make this very engaging. The idea of the remaining lost children and what their possible powers could be is a great addition to the story. I would recommend this book for readers 18+ as there are sex scenes. I have enjoyed the development of the plot even more this second time through the series. The development of the characters' powers and the information about Project Renata make this very engaging. The idea of the remaining lost children and what their possible powers could be is a great addition to the story.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Willett-marion

    Disappointed First book was easy reading and adventurous. Story moved to slow in this 2nd book and just honestly got boring. I could only finish 73% of this book. I will not be moving on to next book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Phil Matthews

    Okay Drop in quality from the first one. Characters are very juvenile, more like early teenagers than twenty somethings. Even more than can be explained by their circumstances. Flint is way too protective and Lena is way too accepting of it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lydia Cost

    Not Awful I’m starting to realize that this series reminds me a lot of The Darkest Minds books; however, it’s not nearly as good. Kids with special powers forced on them by evil adults. I like that we have some new additions, so I’ll probably keep reading eventually.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Bkchick40

    Sigh...Flint and Lena are relationship goals. I enjoyed the flashbacks where we got to see them fall in love the first time around. The group is back together and plotting to break into the laboratories where they once were held in order to rescue the remaining lost children. First step is to recover their memories. Oh boy! This was a joyful experience for some and not so much for others. (I seriously wanted the POV's for Mica and Jasper once they recovered their memories!! Novella, anyone?) Onc Sigh...Flint and Lena are relationship goals. I enjoyed the flashbacks where we got to see them fall in love the first time around. The group is back together and plotting to break into the laboratories where they once were held in order to rescue the remaining lost children. First step is to recover their memories. Oh boy! This was a joyful experience for some and not so much for others. (I seriously wanted the POV's for Mica and Jasper once they recovered their memories!! Novella, anyone?) Once they recover their memories and train, they take off to the facility to take back the others. I love the relationships among the group and how they worked together despite personal conflict. Looking forward to the next book. Recommend this series to those wanting a engrossing light read.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Aiga

    I just can't believe that Jasper's and Mica's connection wasn't as strong as Lena's and Flint's despite their memory loss. It seems some of them had a full personality makeover after they woke up without their memories. Especially Amber. I don't know how Jasper, Mica and Amber were able to get over the relationship mix up. But kudos to the them for putting their fuck up behind them. Anyway, this book is full of new discoveries both good and painful (Jasper and Mica). They found out they had much I just can't believe that Jasper's and Mica's connection wasn't as strong as Lena's and Flint's despite their memory loss. It seems some of them had a full personality makeover after they woke up without their memories. Especially Amber. I don't know how Jasper, Mica and Amber were able to get over the relationship mix up. But kudos to the them for putting their fuck up behind them. Anyway, this book is full of new discoveries both good and painful (Jasper and Mica). They found out they had much more power than they thought, the reason their "father" blocked their memories, and they located and rescued three more lost children.

  16. 4 out of 5

    NanaShauna Joesten

    If your a fan of the Supernatural and plenty of intrique and mystery then this is definitely the read for you, as you follow along reading about lena and the other young adults that are involved in this story. I was very intriued it had me on the edge of my seat, this is a real page turner. Its riggt up there with the 100, divergent and the hunger games this is definitely a series I would love to see on a scene. A Fantastic read that I definitely recommend. Shauna Joesten

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    This second book fills in quite a bit of the background that was missing from the first book and addresses rescuing others that were left behind in the first rescue. I will be delighted to see how this story resolves itself in the last installment. This is not appropriate for younger readers due to sexual content.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Love where this story could go. I just jumped right into this series on this book. I feel I have a pretty good jist of what happened in the 1st book. I am a huge super power fan and love all things to do with super powers. Genetically enhanced or not. This series has the making to be remarkable and powerful. Interested to see where it goes.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Nona Herrington

    Another excellent book. The new characters were a little less believable but no less interesting. The escape had me holding my breath. Anticipation for 3 high but regret the series end as it is a favorite.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Steve Hall

    Riveting! I never use the trite phrase,"page-turner," but this series certainly is. A unique blend of fantasy and sci-fi, the plot is well-designed and each character is unique. Highly recommended. Riveting! I never use the trite phrase,"page-turner," but this series certainly is. A unique blend of fantasy and sci-fi, the plot is well-designed and each character is unique. Highly recommended.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dschaper54

    Intriguing Once again I kept expecting to find someone had a gps tracker in them but no. I need to stop guessing but this book intrigues me and I keep reading and trying to guess. Onward to book 3.

  22. 4 out of 5

    jimmie attaway

    This is great Will they live will they be normal? I live in my /your books.yes I recommend to all to read All Let's go to next book and see what happensi don't have the time to wait like thisetsget start ed This is great Will they live will they be normal? I live in my /your books.yes I recommend to all to read All Let's go to next book and see what happensi don't have the time to wait like thisetsget start ed

  23. 4 out of 5

    Michelle VanDaley

    My review is based on the audiobook - I am listening to Books 1-3 and reviewing as they complete. Book 2 allows us to get to know the other characters better. It is fast paced and I really like the storyline and world the author has created for the series. Looking forward to book 3

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sue Smith

    Loved it! Read the entire thing this morning, couldn't put it down! Loved it! Read the entire thing this morning, couldn't put it down!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Shannon B

    Really enjoyed this one. The ending left me intrigued. I'm looking forward to the next one. Really enjoyed this one. The ending left me intrigued. I'm looking forward to the next one.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cryogenic Fire

    Enjoyable A nicely paced read, that I read in one sitting. Characters and plot are enjoyable and I'm curious to see where book 3 will go. Enjoyable A nicely paced read, that I read in one sitting. Characters and plot are enjoyable and I'm curious to see where book 3 will go.

  27. 5 out of 5

    katy

    Fantastic Love these books. Easy reading and every bit interesting. I love the relationships that are made in these books and the stories of honeybee began. Would recommend.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sara Hiteshew

    Slow beginning but got better Slow beginning and not enough action but it picked up and I felt excited again. Good ending. I'll be readng the next Slow beginning but got better Slow beginning and not enough action but it picked up and I felt excited again. Good ending. I'll be readng the next

  29. 5 out of 5

    A Jacobs

    Next please Easy going evenly paced. Looking forward to the next book . Love the new characters love the old characters .

  30. 4 out of 5

    Pam Bellinski

    This series is the kind you cannot down Each book keeps you wanting to turn page to find out what happens.. I will review fly be saying you gotta read this series

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