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Double Trouble: Book Reviews of Forget Tomorrow( #1 & #2) by Pintip Dunn

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I have to say that the concept behind this book is amazing !! Maybe I am being biased , since my WIP is based on a similar world.

This is a book that will grab your attention right from the start, then leave you wondering what is going to happen next with every chapter you finish.

My favorite thing about this book is the world that it is set in. In a world where (who you become in the future, affects what happens to you in the present), a lot of things could go wrong. Which is exactly what happened to our protagonist.

I got some Delirium vibes, which is more than okay because that book is amazing !

I found the romance to be very rushed, especially when it comes to Callie. She didn’t show any signs of affection towards Logan until he started talking to her again, after 5 years of no communication what so ever.

I don’t want to mention any spoilers, but some of the revelations towards the end of book didn’t click for me. I am counting on the sequel to clear these up because the main story has great potential . There is too much that must be explained !!
The Cliffhanger at the end was simply, perfect !
I received an eARC in exchange with an honest review.

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A spellbinding sequel that will leave you begging for more with every chapter you consume!

​I liked reading Forget Tomorrow, but I LOVED Remember Yesterday !!!! Once I finished the 1st 20% of the book, each chapter ended with me yelling “What !” & “OMG! “

Not only does the plot thickens, but also the way how everything lines up by the end of the book is incredible. Anything that seemed vague by the end of book one played an important role in the events that take place in book 2.

The romance in this book was very refreshing. The author switched how the typical girl likes boy, boy likes girl is represented in YA Literature.

Every single character in this book has a great role to play, a chance to become more mature, a hard decision to take, and a memory to fulfill or let go off. All of that was shown perfectly . I really enjoyed reading it from Jessa’s perspective

Here are some of my favorite Quotes:

1) These people have lost their minds to a riot. We have no idea what they’ll do, or not do !

​2) These are the casualties of War .

3) Time Passes. You take one breath, and then the next. The moment disappears and the next one arrives,and you’re still here. There’s an Honor in that. Simply enduring.

I honestly can’t wait for book 3. I am still hungover over this amazing book !!! Pintip Dunn is killing it with this kick ass sequel. I can’t wait to see how many awards this book is going to collect.

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13442212_3.jpgAbout the Author:

Pintip Dunn is a New York Times bestselling author of YA fiction. She graduated from Harvard University, magna cum laude, with an A.B. in English Literature and Language. She received her J.D. at Yale Law School, where she was an editor of the YALE LAW JOURNAL.

Pintip is represented by literary agent Beth Miller of Writers House. Her debut novel, FORGET TOMORROW, won the RWA RITA® for Best First Book. Her other novels include THE DARKEST LIE and the forthcoming REMEMBER YESTERDAY.

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