Dystopian Action, Excitement, and Romance! │ Forget Tomorrow by Pintip Dunn

 

Forget Tomorrow by Pintip Dunn
Young Adult, Dystopian, Sci-Fi
Hardcover/eBook, 400 pages
Published November 3rd, 2015 by Entangled Teen

 


Note: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

 

 

 

Each person on their seventeenth birthday makes their way to FuMA, or, The Future Memory Agency. 

 

Here they gather and await their future memory. 
 
This is a sort of vision sent back in time to them from their future selves. It functions to show people who they are meant to be, and help them become that person. It also works as a reference—for future employers, future mates, etc.
At FuMA, you’re hooked up to machines. These machines help deliver your future memory to you, and then record it. The recording, in the form of a microchip, is implanted in your wrist. Anyone can scan it and view your memory.
However, in Callie’s case… her future memory shows her committing a crime—murder. She must run to save herself…and her sister. But FuMA has other plans…
 
It had been a while since I had read a dystopian, and I was pumped to get back into the genre! It can be so fun and exciting. I was really looking forward to picking this one up.
 
I know in the Hunger Games/Divergent craze a lot of people got burnt out on dystopians. It seemed like there might not be a ton of new stuff to bring to the table. And while I’m not sure that Forget Tomorrow brings anything particularly new, it is incredibly fun. 
 
I flew through Forget Tomorrow, loving every minute. It’s exciting, action-packed, and swoon-worthy! To me it felt like the perfect blend of Divergent and Delirium. I loved the characters, pacing, and the romance.
 
If you are a fan of those books and/or enjoy a good YA dystopian, I’d definitely recommend giving this one a go! I loved it! I cannot wait for the next one.

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Here’s the book trailer!
 
 

Will you be picking up Forget Tomorrow? Do you have any other YA dystopians that you would recommend? I’m really in the mood for another!