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Today I’m reviewing two books, Forget Tomorrow and Before Tomorrow (Forget Tomorrow) by Pintip Dunham. I don’t usually combine reviews but in this case, I think it’s appropriate since Before Tomorrow is a novella that expands on what you learn in Forget Tomorrow.
I want to start by telling you that I won a copy of Forget Tomorrow during the Facebook launch party for another book. I was not asked to leave a review for it.
It’s so good that I want to!
Forget Tomorrow is a Young Adult dystopian fiction that will draw you in and captivate you as Callie and Logan try to figure out how to fit in the world they’ve been born into. Even though I am far older than a “young adult” I greatly enjoyed this book and it’s companion book, Before Tomorrow (Forget Tomorrow).
Callie lives in a world where your entire future is determined by the memory you receive from your future self on your seventeenth birthday. The memory that Callie receives will change everything for her. She’s left with the choice to fight it or accept the consequences. First, she must decide if the hand of fate can be changed or if our futures are predetermined. With her childhood friend, Logan who is burdened by his own cryptic future memory, at her side, she faces the most difficult decision of her young life. Will she make the right one?
Before Tomorrow (Forget Tomorrow) is a novella that tells us the story of Forget Tomorrow from Logan’s point of view. It is not a recap, though, it offers us a fresh perspective on Logan’s struggle as he receives and learns to accept his future memory, tries to figure out his place in the world within that context and vows to help Callie when he realizes she is in trouble.
If you enjoy dystopian adventure then Forget Tomorrow and its series should definitely be added to your reading lists.
Forget Tomorrow is available at Amazon in hardcover, paperback and kindle editions. Before Tomorrow is available in paperback and kindle. At the time of this review, the kindle version is free.
The next book in this series, Remember Yesterday, is already on my TBR list.
I have a Web novella that will begin on Jan 6th and be posted a chapter a week called Divorced White Female, click the title to learn more.