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False Memory by Dan Krokos
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Aug 24, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: reviews-completed, dystopian
Read from August 17 to 23, 2012

False Memory was a great sci-fi adventure. In the first ten pages there is a disaster that happened at a mall that left me completely captivated. It had me hooked. I had to keep reading to find out why it happened. It's odd, I usually hate science fiction novels, but I loved this one. My favorite part was when Miranda, the main character, discovered that she was beginning to have feelings for one of the guys on her team. This book has a little bit of a love triangle in it, which I know quite a few people are getting tired of reading in young adult novels. However a little bit after the middle of the book, the love triangle gets solved. The book had no grammar or spelling errors. I like that False Memory was an original novel for the YA genre. So many books recently are very similar. I have never read anything like it before. The characters get a bit confusing at times. I had trouble figuring out which clone was which at times. Peter was my favorite character. I liked that he was a very responsible leader. That always did what was best for the group. I'm counting down the days until the sequel comes out.
I give False Memory 5/5.

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Reading Progress

08/17/2012 page 16
08/18/2012 page 102
31.0% "I've been reading a lot of books lately where the setting takes place in Cleveland. hmm..."
08/19/2012 page 130
40.0% "I am addicted to this book. I LOOOOOOOVE it!♥"
08/20/2012 page 202
62.0% "I should be able to finish this sometime tomorrow. I love it!"
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