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Remember Yesterday

(Forget Tomorrow #2)

4.19  ·  Rating details ·  842 ratings  ·  210 reviews
Follow-up to the New York Times bestselling novel, Forget Tomorrow!

Would you change the past to protect your future?

Sixteen-year-old Jessa Stone is the most valuable citizen in Eden City. Her psychic abilities could lead to significant scientific discoveries, if only she’d let TechRA study her. But ten years ago, the scientists kidnapped and experimented on her, leading to
Hardcover, 400 pages
Published October 4th 2016 by Entangled: Teen
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Ben Alderson
Dec 06, 2016 rated it really liked it
wow wow wow.
what is this magic...

I literally could tear up thinking about how amazing this book was tied up and how it took into consideration for book one and really connected them together. Its so clever of Pintip! She's a genius!
I really enjoyed this novel!

Read my interview with Pintip Dunn here.

This review is also on my blog illbefinealone reads.

Challenge of the day: write down thoughts on this book without any spoilers. Here goes nothing.

I've had this series in mind all year long, Mrs. Dunn's story is quite a memorable read. I jumped on the chance to read part two (I obsessively checked for a NetGalley e-mail until approval arrived).

Part one ended on such a sad note, and I was really hoping that it would be taken back at the beginning of the seq
Melissa (YA Book Shelf)
Oct 03, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed Forget Tomorrow, but Remember Yesterday was even better. Seriously. The first book really set the scene, and now readers will find themselves 10 years later into a world that just doesn't hold back. Many of your questions from the first book are solved and new questions are brought up in this twisty, YA sci-fi in which the past, present, and future collide.

Told from 16-year-old Jessa Stone's perspective, Remember Yesterday has the story of a set of close sisters that you came to
Siobhan Davis
Remember Yesterday is the next instalment in the Forget Tomorrow series by Pintip Dunn. I liked the first book and after that horrific ending I was excited to get stuck into the next book. However, I felt an immediate disconnect when I opened my Kindle to discover this book was narrated by Jessa ten years later. Now, this does make sense on one level (don't want to spoil the story so I'm being vague on purpose) but I still felt let-down. Not sure the author could have written it any other way th ...more
Oct 28, 2017 rated it really liked it
4 stars

Ohmylord why is this series so underrated, Im crying

Brenda Drake
Jan 26, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I had the pleasure of getting an early read of the draft for Remember Yesterday. It's such a great sequel to Forget Tomorrow. I loved this as much as the first book in the series. Dunn is such a wonderful storyteller. The scenes and characters she writes are vivid and full of depth. You should totally mark this as must read this year! ...more
Sep 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I'm loving this series. The first book was Callie's story, which I would recommend you read before and remember yesterday is her sister's instalment.

Jessa has always felt like she has an impossible position to fill. Callie gave up everything so Jessa could have her own life, but finding your own way in the world isn't easy especially when everyone has high expectation of you. Jessa just wants to do her part even if it's only freeing laboratory animals. When on a rescue mission she is bitten by o
Oct 10, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: dystopia-sci-fi
Up until 60%, I was really enjoying it. But then, the author decided to throw time travel in (which I should've seen coming), and then I got lost. I still managed to finish the book, though I haven't understood all the details. (view spoiler)

It's pretty clear that there will be a third book. However, I don't think my brain can take it.
Nov 10, 2016 rated it it was ok
I think I tried no less than three separate times to start this book. I'd sigh, open the book, read the first paragraph, stop, put the book down, and then sigh again. Aaannndd repeat.

I'm a huge proponent of giving authors and book series a second chance. I'm almost notorious for it. For the most part, unless I find an author/book to be hugely offensive, I'll come back for another round. I've bought sequels to books I hated. Because I always think, this could be like Shatter Me. This could be a
Sarah Swann
Nov 13, 2017 rated it liked it
3.5 Stars. Definitely didn’t like it as much as the first book, but I still love the overall story of this. All of the technology and science is very interesting. I also really liked Tanner. My major issue is some of the repetitive phrases throughout the book. Excited to see how the series wraps up with the last book.
Paula  Phillips
Dec 16, 2016 rated it liked it
You know how often when you read books; the first one is always amazing and then you have high hopes that the next one will be just as great. Then when you read it, you feel a little letdown as it just isn't measuring up to the greatness of the first book. That's how I felt with Book #2 of Pintip Dunn's series Forget Tomorrow. I loved the first book with Callie and Logan's story and their rebellion against the world of Future memories after discovering that it could lead to genocide. We also wer ...more
Laila Tarek
Sep 27, 2016 rated it it was amazing

The book was on fire from the very first pages- figuratively. I don’t like it when sequels are slow paced in the beginning, and that book was definitely fast paced. The thing I love the most about Dunn’s writing is that she doesn’t write aimless sentences or whatever. Everything has a point and is interesting to read, and many authors, talented and all, neglect the fact that they have impatient readers who don’t tolerate the 3 p
Shelley Lawrence
Oct 09, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2016, dystopian
I decided to read book two of this duology, despite finding the writing in book one quite poor, to see how the story concluded. I found the premise in book one intriguing and I wanted to see the plot to it's fruition. However, this book, which is billed as book 2 of 2, ended on yet another cliff-hanger. This story is clearly not the conclusion I was hanging on for.

In this book, the writing was better than book one, but still lacking. The overall tone of writing feels quite juvenile. The charact
Jessica {Litnoob}
Jun 15, 2017 rated it really liked it
A solid 3.5 that broke my whole heart gave me all kinds of anxiety and made me so happy all at once. The only think that felt different here compared to book one was how certain things where explained to other characters. It was glossed over so we got limited reactions and I wanted to see more because Pintip does nothing If not shatter a soul with how emotional she can make you and her characters. Over all I loved this story though and I can't wait for book three. ...more
Jan 22, 2016 marked it as to-read
Well, I really did not see this coming... The next book is from Jessa's POV?? Yeah, I read Forget tomorrow and I'm aware of what happened at the end of the book, but still....I did not see that coming! ...more
Sep 28, 2016 marked it as to-read
Suze Lavender
Oct 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Jessa is against scientists. After what she's been through she thinks all of them are bad. Her psychic abilities are rare and very special, so they've treated her like a study object in the past and Jessa never want this to happen again. Her past experiences traumatized her and she doesn't think science can ever fascinate her. That changes when she gets to know Tanner. Tanner is a brilliant scientist and knows it too. Though Jessa finds him arrogant and unlikable she's interested in him as well. ...more
4.5 Stars!

A big 'Thank you' goes out to Entangled Teen, Pintip Dunn, and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review an E-ARC as well as Chapter by Chapter for allowing my participation in the blog tour!

"You can change your future all you want, but you will never get away from walking certain paths."

It's rare to find a sequel that's just as addicting as the first, but here it is! Remember Yesterday is every sci-fi lover's dream and fans of Forget Tomorrow will not be disappointed! Jes
kelly {BookCrushin}
Oct 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
“I can’t shake the feeling we’re meant to be in each other’s lives.”

Spoiler-Free Review

Wow. Holy Fates, I loved this book! This was a very successful sequel. After the crazy, cliff-hanger ending of Forget Tomorrow, I had some ideas on how this sequel would pan out. I was so very wrong, and I am so glad I was! I was not prepared for a jump in time of 10 years and basically a whole different set of characters, and definitely a different narrator. AND I couldn’t be more thrilled with how it played
Nov 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Splendid, Exciting and Excruciating. Yes, excruciating or intense pain because, at the very first line of the book, it brought back some feelings that don’t mean to be felt. However, as painful as it is. Readers like me who will never move on from the first installment will remember the yesterday. Okay, Rafael. Breathe. Inhale. Exhale. Just going to fix myself first.

So, I wanted to talk about Pintip Dunn’s book covers first. Who wouldn’t get attracted to those amazing, colorful, and captivating
Oct 04, 2016 rated it really liked it
Thank you to Netgalley and Entangled Teen for a copy of the eArc in exchange for a fair review.

Remember Yesterday picks up 10 years after the end of Forget Tomorrow. If you haven't read Forget Tomorrow I highly suggest you start there and stop reading. Jessa is now the same age Callie was when she sacrificed herself to change the future. All of her life Jessa has felt a little less than and she has been okay with it because she loved Callie the best too. When she receives a vision she is a littl
Oct 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This was such an epic read that I honestly don’t know where to begin. My greatest wish right now would be to see these books turned into movies. So, where do I start? First, let me say that I am in awe of Pintip Dunn’s plotting skills. This whole time travel thing can get pretty complicated, but she pulls it off flawlessly. Every piece of the puzzle falls perfectly in place with no loose ends whatsoever. It’s amazing how every little detail has a purpose and is there for a specific reason.

The bo
Karen Barber
Oct 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Much as I enjoyed Forget Tomorrow, this has to be a case of the sequel being even better.
When Callie takes her life to prevent Jessa being the subject of experiments I wondered where book two would pick up. The answer is ten years later, with the focus on Jessa as she adjusts to life without her sister.
Initially I was unsure about this decision, but as the novel developed I could see just how precise the plotting was for this. Without giving too much away, Jessa has to find a way to fulfil her f
Oct 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Review in Italian:
4 and a half stars
I requested an early copy to Netgalley.
I loved this book! At first I couldn't understand anything because of all the changes that happend in the story and to the characters, and the different pov didn't exactly help.
But then I got a gist of Jessa mentality and her feelings, and I was compelled to end the story (after future memories to the past we got time travels, OMG!). I needed to know how it all ended and how the pl
Marine's Books
Apr 26, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
First, I’d really like to thank Lumen, the French publisher, for sending me this review copy. I had absolutely loved the first book of this dystopian trilogy and I just couldn’t wait to read this second book. For those who haven’t read my review of the first book, this is about a futuristic society in which your life depends on a memory you receive when you turn 17 and which is sent by your future self. By the way, if you wish to, you can read my full review there. In the first book, the technol ...more
lacy white
Aug 25, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A special thanks to Entangled Teen publishing for allowing me to read this! You guys rock! All thoughts and opinions are my own!

And just when I thought my heart couldn't hurt anymore by this series, Pintip Dunn just takes it and rips it up some more. I mean, my god, my heart can only take so much breakage.

There is going to be some spoiler tags in this review. It's hard to review this book without spoiling some things from the first book. So if you haven't read the first book yet, read this re
Oct 21, 2017 rated it liked it
I put this on my to-read list after reading (and enjoying) the first book in the series, but even though it's only been a year since I read that, I couldn't remember anything that happened in the first book! I reread my review of that, which didn't jog my memory, and then dove into this, hoping it'd fill in the blanks for me. And it did - the author did a good job recapping the relevant information from the first book without dwelling on it. This picks up years after the first book ended. Jessa ...more
Jun 07, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I liked that book, i have exactly the same feeling i felt with the first book of this series.

Pintip Dunn's writing is so fluid and great. Her characters are enjoyable even if i'm not really attached to them, as usual. And the romance as always, is cute but overwhelmed.

I liked Jessa character, she's strong, sweet but can be annoying when she thinks about Tanner's skin or muscles.

The plot twist is well-written and i enjoyed the end so much.

Of course, i will read the next book. Pintip Dunn's tal
Mar 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Another amazing book. This book packed a punch with all kinds of twists and turns. I love when one twist might be predictable but then another twist is thrown in you never saw coming. Pintip Dunn is amazing and I can't wait to read more from her. I will not write spoiler reviews because I hate when a book is spoiled for me but Forget Tomorrow was all about Callie and Logan and 6 year old Jessa . Remember Yesterday is all about 16 year old Jessa and Tanner with Callie and Logan in the background. ...more
Melissa Jacobson
Actual rating 3.75

This was such a fun sci-fi/dystopian read. I flew through it and I really enjoyed the characters and I especially loved the time travel aspect. I liked this one just a tiny but more than the first one as well which is always a bonus. There was no filler and it certainly didn't suffer from second book syndrome. Totally recommend this series for people looking for a quick and easy, and not to mention fun read.
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Pintip Dunn is a New York Times bestselling author of young adult fiction. She graduated from Harvard University, magna cum laude, with an A.B., and received her J.D. at Yale Law School.

Her novel FORGET TOMORROW won the 2016 RWA RITA® for Best First Book, and SEIZE TODAY won the 2018 RITA for Best Young Adult Romance. Her books have been translated into four languages, and they have been nominate

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