Undying Book Review

Undying is the sequel to Unearthed by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner.


Earth’s fate rests in their hands.

Mia and Jules are desperate to warn their home planet about the impending invasion from the Undying. After a perilous escape from the Undying’s ancient spaceship, they crash-land on Earth’s surface, only to realize the awful truth: No one believes in the alien threat in orbit. 

With no choice but to take matters into their own hands, Mia and Jules must escape the custody of the powerful International Alliance in order to discover the true mission of the Undying. On the run, fugitives among their own people, they must journey across Europe to stop an alien invasion, prevent a horrific plague, and save the people they love …


Undying is definitely different to Unearthed. While Unearthed is full of adventure and puzzles, Undying is all about Mia and Jules getting back to Earth and preventing the Undying from taken over.

I loved that I still got to read from both Mia and Jules perspectives as they had different thought and came across information differently.

Escaping the Undying spaceship on a shuttle, Mia and Jules find themselves with two Undying, Dex and Atlanta. However, not is all as it seems when Mia and Jules need the help of his cousin Neal and the three work together to try and stop Dex and Atlanta.

Help comes from a surprising source as Dex is on their side and the trio realise that the Undying aren’t aliens, they are humans that have been lost in time for centuries.

This book is extremely well written and paced perfectly that I didn’t want to put it down. The ending was perfect especially as you can see how the Undying and the humans of earth and coexisting and working together to find another planet.

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