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False Memory by Dan Krokos
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Aug 22, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: dystopia
Read from August 22 to 24, 2012

False Memory is written from the viewpoint of Miranda North, who has lost her memory and cannot remember who she is. In her fear, she accidently releases a strong wave of energy at a mall. The only person who isn't affected by it is a boy named Peter, who says that he is Miranda's friend. Miranda follows him to a home she doesn't remember and there discovers that there are more like her and Peter.
I have to admit that I was slightly disappointed with this book. I still enjoyed it, but there were parts that made me angry. I hate how there's this love triangle between Miranda, Peter, and Noah and I also hate the fact that the Roses are clones. I have only read one book with clones that I really enjoyed and it reminded me of the movie The Island, which I really didn't like.
On to the good parts. Miranda's character was easy to sympathize with and you felt as confused as her at the beginning of the novel. The other characters are very likeable (<3 Peter and Rhys) and I found myself wanting to read the book in one sitting. There was plenty of action and plot twists to keep you on your feet and I was never bored with this book. All in all, I recommend this book, but I wish Miranda and the others weren't clones.

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