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Siri, Who Am I?

3.43  ·  Rating details ·  21 ratings  ·  10 reviews
Mia might look like a Millennial but she was born yesterday. Emerging from a coma with short-term amnesia after an accident, Mia can't remember her own name until the Siri assistant on her iPhone provides it. Based on her cool hairstyle (undercut with glamorous waves), dress (Prada), and signature lipstick (Chanel), she senses she's wealthy, but the only way to know for ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Expected publication: May 5th 2020 by Quirk Books
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Nenia ⚡ Aspiring Evil Overlord ⚡ Campbell

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The preliminary reviews for this book are pretty mixed, which I totally get. If you go into this expecting a serious mystery, you're not going to be happy. SIRI, WHO AM I? is pure fluff. I'd describe it as a cross between American Dreamer (1984), Legally Blonde (2001), and Memento (2000). The premise is basically this. An airhead wakes up in a hospital (no, that's not the introduction to an off-color joke), only to find that she's
Jen (from Quirk Books)
Nov 09, 2019 rated it really liked it
This book is 100% Veronica Mars meets Peter Gallagher's character from While You Were Sleeping, and is candy for those of us who love to poke fun at ourselves and our Instagram-obsessed, Kardashian-loving culture. (It's ok to be serious about IG filters and backdrops as long as we're self-aware, right? RIGHT?) Anyway, there's tons to love about this book, including our protagonist, Mia—impulsive, funny, difficult, stubborn, and always falling head-first into self-created messes, but most ...more
Tanishka Luhia
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Plot : 4/5
Characters : 3/5
Writing : 3.5/5

Genre : Fiction, Contemporary Romance, Comedy

Date of Release: May, 2020

"No one knows how to get anywhere. Google is the only one who knows anything anymore. My brain is irrelevant."

Memento gets a Millennial makeover by debut author Sam Tschida in this smart and edgy comedy about a Kardashians-obsessed woman who wakes up in an LA hospital with amnesia, a
Jessica C
Jan 03, 2020 rated it really liked it
Siri, Who am I was a delight to read! It was part mystery and part drama with a slew of entertaining, hilarious and enlightening characters. Mia wakes up post head injury in the hospital with only her cracked phone to give her clues about her identity. With no lasting physical trauma, she is thrust back into the real-world and forced to use technology to piece together what she is sure is a fabulous life. I enjoyed following along with Mia, in her party dress that she recycles as she discovers ...more
Kerry Beth
Jan 17, 2020 rated it liked it
I won an Advanced Reader Copy of this novel in a Goodreads giveaway, thank you!

A fun romp, it traces the story of a young woman who wakes up in the hospital after a head trauma, having lost any personal memories, but remembering all pop culture and other references. Armed only with her trusty iPhone, with no email and text message history, she uses Siri and her Instagram history to try to figure out who she is and what happened to her, and maybe finds a new romance along the way. Lighthearted
Jan 24, 2020 rated it it was ok
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Mia wakes up in a hospital in a couture dress and a head injury. She doesn't know who she is at all. She has her purse, but it has no information inside. But she does have her phone. Unfortunately she's one of those people that deletes everything, so she has no old emails or texts. But she does have Instagram and she's trying to use her selfies to figure out who she is.

Mia is a fun character. She's impulsive, flirty, and motivated. The writing here is compelling and Tschida does a great job
Jan 13, 2020 rated it liked it
Siri Who am I, alternately annoyed and delighted me. Memory loss makes for an interesting situation: points for that. However the author had to create a convoluted plot line in order for the story to take place so be prepared to overlook Mia not making some of the obvious choices to find out who she is. Also, do hospitals just let people with head trauma and complete memory loss just waltz out of the place with no counseling? See ya, wouldn't want to be ya! Anyway, leave all your disbelief at ...more
Jan 10, 2020 marked it as abandoned
I always wonder who are we without our memories and how much of ourselves do we show to other people. Sadly, I think no one knows me well enough to tell me who I really am and my instagram feed would not help (not even barely) scratch the surface of my true self.
So yes, I think this title and description speak volumes and I would be love to dive into it.

Oh, not another rich-wanna-be girl fantasy with no substance whatsoever!
Sorry, I am not sorry for abandoning this.
Jessica Nock
Jan 26, 2020 rated it really liked it
Thoroughly enjoyed; a laugh out loud, quirky delight!
Allison Van Rhee
Jan 05, 2020 rated it liked it
I felt like this book wanted to say something profound about love and relationships and knowing ourselves but I think the execution fell a little flat. That said, it was a really fun read and I read it pretty quickly because I wanted to know what had happened to Mia (and I wasn’t disappointed with the “reveal”).

Mia was immature and annoying and had startlingly true and honest epiphanies almost ~too~ often but she somehow managed to still be relatively likeable.

This is definitely one of those
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Sam Tschida (pronounced cheetah) is a rom-com author. She lives with her gang of children, a couple of poorly behaved dogs, and one handsome man. When she’s not writing she is probably making lasagna. Just kidding. Who knows what she’s doing, least of all Sam. The only guarantee is that she is actively brainstorming her next book. And if we’re being honest, it’s pretty likely that she’s not making ...more