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Memento Nora by Angie Smibert
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Feb 07, 2012

really liked it

So this was a really good book. It was short, easy to read with an original dystopian plot line. It is set in the future in America. Instead of America fighting terrorists, they drug their citizens into forgetting the terrorism that they witness. People are happy and the drug-business is booming. Then the main character follows the example of the mysterious boy and spits out her pill which plunges her into a new consciousness of the world around her. She learns about things that she refuses to forget, and she and this boy work together to make others aware. It is fresh and interesting. I hope there is more! This has some bad language, but nothing too offensive. There is no sex and only brief kissing between boy and girl. So I would rate this clean for anyone over the age of 16.

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message 1: by Cindy (new)

Cindy I liked this one a lot more than I expected to!

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