Thanks to Elle Boca for giving me this book to review.
Amy, along with her college friends Krissa and Lilly, are going to South Beach for a well-deserved girl’s weekend, but everything goes wrong when Lilly goes missing. Amy and Krissa pick up the trail from a nightclub to find out what happened to Lilly and to rescue her, but they had no idea they were entering a world of slavers and trafficking. Amy is helped by a group of people who are trying to stop the slavers but the leader is not someone she was expecting. Time is running out to save Lilly before she disappears and only Amy’s powers might be able to rescue her in time.
Unelmoija: The Mindshifter is the second book in the Weeia series and is a likeable novel. While still fast paced like the first book, it was much darker and has a more serious tone. However, also like the first book I felt Amy’s past was not fully explained and it was talked about like it was normal for you and your mum to be kidnapped and your sister to be missing.
Amy has grown since the first book as she is more sure of herself and comfortable with her powers but is still the same girl. I wish that Duncan was in this book more as he was my favourite character from the last book. The leader of the people fighting against the slavers (cannot say their name because of spoilers) annoyed my as they were just a bit too perfect and was good at everything. Another annoying thing with this book is the dissing of the police as the police, at least in the UK I cannot talk for other countries, try their best and while there are some bad ones, the vast majority want to help people.
Unelmoija: The Mindshifter was an enjoyable book and I would recommend to fans of the first book Unelmoija: The Dreamshifer.