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Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Review: Forget Tomorrow - Pintip Dunn



Forget Tomorrow (Forget Tomorrow, #1)


Review: Forget Tomorrow - Book #1 Tomorrow Series - Pintip Dunn - November 2015

One of my favourite genres to read is Dystopian novels especially when the lead characters are female. Forget Tomorrow had a similar feel to Sophie Jordan's Univited Series and the Divergent series by Veronica Roth with a touch of The Maze Runner series by James Dashner. What happens in Forget Tomorrow is that when each teen turns 17 years old, they are injected and are to recieve their memories of their future self. This shows what they will become in the future and to prevent any danger in society. Callie has always been interested and a natural at cooking, so hopes her future will show her as a Master Chef. However, life has a way of showing us and handing us what we least expect as Callie's future shows her killing her younger sister. This can't be as Callie would never harm her sister, in fact she would do anything to protect her . Soon Callie finds herself arrested and sitting as a Criminal , but she knows that something is off about her future as there has to be a reason why it would show it. With the help of an old friend - now come back into her life Logan , he will help Callie escape to Paradise - the Garden of Eden and doing so , she will discover that her vision and everything she has ever known is in fact - a secret worth keeping and that her sister and herself are the Key to the Future memories programme and that in life we sometimes can be born for greatness even before we know it ourselves. This was quite a fast-paced book and I found myself in fact enjoying it more than I thought I would and I now can't wait to read Book #2.



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