Memento Nora

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Marshall Cavendish, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 184 pages
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In the future, it doesn t pay to remember.

In Nora s world you don t have to put up with nightmares. Nora goes with her mother to TFC a Therapeutic Forgetting Clinic. There, she can describe her horrible memory and take the pill that will erase it. But at TFC, a chance encounter with a mysterious guy changes Nora s life. She doesn t take the pill. And when Nora learns the memory her mother has chosen to forget, she realizes that someone needs to remember. With newfound friends Micah and Winter, Nora makes a comic book of their memories called "Memento." It s an instant hit, but it sets off a dangerous chain of events. Will Nora, Micah, and Winter be forced to take the Big Pill that will erase their memories forever?

Angie Smibert s remarkable debut novel takes readers on a thrilling ride through a shadowy world where corporations secretly rule and wish you d just keep shopping.

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User Review  - Jami_Leigh - LibraryThing

Plot: 3 stars Characters:4 stars Style: 4 stars Pace: 4 stars Great concept, a bit predictable in parts, but otherwise pretty enjoyable. It's a pretty quick read, too, which was nice during a very busy week. Read full review

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User Review  - emmyson - LibraryThing

*Won ARC through a giveaway hosted by the author. This book will be released April 28, 2011* When I first heard about this book, I was intrigued. There have been so many dystopian books published ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Angie Smibert is the author of Memento Nora, as well as fiction and nonfiction articles for teens and adults. She blogs about dystopian fiction at the League of Extraordinary Writers blog: www.leaguewriters.blogspot.com. She lives in Virginia. Learn more about Angie and the Memento Nora series at www.angiesmibert.com and www.mementonora.com.

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