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False Memory by Dan Krokos
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Aug 16, 12

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Read from August 07 to 09, 2012

False Memory is an expressive and beautifully written novel that encompasses all the best qualities of the science fiction genre for young adults. Dan Krokos' debut is a prime example of what keeps readers reading. . . period!

Miranda North is seventeen years old and missing memories of her life before waking up alone on a bench in an unfamiliar place. Nothing could be worse than amnesia, but when amnesia turns out to be a complete loss of memory caused by her genetic makeup Miranda has more reasons to worry. Discovering the dangerous psychic power she has and the loyal team that comes along with it, Miranda gets back pieces of who she may have been.

The journey that takes Miranda and her team of Roses into the fight for their lives is believable and filled with action, action, and yes, more action! Krokos delivers explosive revelations and thought-provoking themes along with demanding suspense and adventure. False Memory has a plot that will invade dreams and make impossible to forget the world Krokos draws readers into with effortless precision.

*Novel provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review*
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Reading Progress

08/07/2012 page 162
48.0% "Action, action, and guess what? More action! :P"
08/08/2012 page 292
87.0% "Wish I wasn't so sleepy; otherwise I'd just finish tonight! :)"
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