A Darker, Grittier Side of Miami

Soon after completing Unelmoija: The Dreamshiter (see her review at Author gives Dreamshifter another five star review)  S.A. Molteni read Unelmoija: The Mindshifter. Here’s what she had to say when she finished:


Unelmoija: The MindShifter by Elle Boca is written with a dramatic and suspenseful flair, exposing the darker, grittier underground world of human trafficking in Miami.

Although this second book in the series stands on its own, it is helpful to read the first book before this one. This second book in the Weeia series picks up right where book one leaves off.

Amy is taking it easy in Miami and spending a weekend with two of her friends (Krissa and Lily) to celebrate the end of classes for their latest college term. That is is until Lily is drugged in a bar and is kidnapped by traffickers. With Krissa’s help, Amy is determined to find Lily and what is uncovered is more than both Krissa and Amy bargain for in this fast-paced, thrilling drama.

I especially liked the character development of Amy’s sister, Kat and the back-story behind what happened to her during the kidnapping and subsequent captivity when Kat and Amy’s mother were kidnapped in book one. The author does a great job in filling in the blanks and answering the questions from the first book.

I would recommend this book to those readers who like urban fantasy novels. This one is certainly a good read and perfect to read right after the first one.

S.A. Molteni, author of several award-winning short stories including Fade to Gray, Her Name Was Half Calf and A Special Bull