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Saturday, April 7, 2012

Review: The Forgetting Curve

Title: The Forgetting Curve
Series: Memento Nora # 2
Genre: Young Adult-Dystopian
Author: Angie Simbert
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
Release Date: May 1, 2012
Book: ARC sent by publisher

"Aiden Nomura likes to open doors—especially using his skills as a hacker—to see what’s hidden inside. He believes everything is part of a greater system: the universe. The universe shows him the doors, and he keeps pulling until one cracks open. Aiden exposes the flaw, and the universe—or someone else—will fix it. It’s like a game.

Until it isn’t.

When a TFC opens in Bern, Switzerland, where Aiden is attending boarding school, he knows things are changing. Shortly after, bombs go off within quiet, safe Bern. Then Aiden learns that his cousin Winter, back in the States, has had a mental breakdown. He returns to the US immediately.

But when he arrives home in Hamilton, Winter’s mental state isn’t the only thing that’s different. The city is becoming even stricter, and an underground movement is growing.

Along with Winter’s friend, Velvet, Aiden slowly cracks open doors in this new world. But behind those doors are things Aiden doesn’t want to see—things about his society, his city, even his own family. And this time Aiden may be the only one who can fix things... before someone else gets hurt."

This is another great series with an awesome plot. The Forgetting Curve picks up where it left off from Memento Nora, only this time, on the other side of the world. If you have not read the first book, I suggest you do. There are several reference and some characters from the first book that show up in this book.

One reference I really adored in the comic book Momento Nora. This book has found its way across the world. Others are reading it and taking hold of what the government is doing. I loved that the characters all decide to take a stand in what they believe. They were brave and fast lots of obstacles.

There really wasn't a love interest but more of friendships building. I like how loyal each character are to their family as well as their friends. They gather together forms plans even solve cryptic codes to save each other.

The Forgetting Curve is an charmingly story that keeps the reader on the edge of their seat. The reflection of what  simple comic book can do is amazing! The Forgetting Curve is a great sequel.

I give it 4 BITES!

Happy Reading!

1 comment:

  1. Hadn't heard of this series before. I love coming across new books out there!


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