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Forgotten by Cat Patrick
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Aug 11, 11

bookshelves: paranormal, young-adult
Read on August 11, 2011

London can't remember the past - she leaves notes for herself that she rights before she falls asleep, and at 4:33 her memory resets. To help her get through the day, she ways up, reads what she wrote the night before, and relies on the future memories that haunt her, until they happen then disappear with her past. This is until she meets a boy, who somehow keeps showing up even though he isn't in her future. After Luke starts becoming the forgotten yet constant person in her day to day life, things start changing for London as memories haunt her dreams and she chooses to investigate her life, leaving more mysteries of her past to be uncovered.

I really loved Forgotten and the characters in it. I wish there was another book so I could get to know them better (and the ones that are to come). The story was really unique idea and I have always wondered what life would be like without your memory.
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“For me, reading is remembering.”
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