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Sixteen-year-old London Lane forgets everything each night and must use notes to struggle through the day, even to recall her wonderful boyfriend, but she "remembers" future events and as her "flashforwards" become more disturbing she realizes she must learn more about the past lest it destroy her future.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown, 2011.
ISBN: 9781742736426
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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NicoleAgar Oct 23, 2015

I really enjoyed this book. The story line was excellent, I love how it all plays out in the end.

Jun 27, 2015

This book had a good storyline but no real character development. The ending was a bit underwhelming.

Apr 05, 2015

I really like this book. It's actually nicely paced and planned out. The romance in this book is also nice- even though it has a tragic cheesy twist to the end.

Nov 26, 2014

An incredibly sweet book and one of the few teenage fiction books that I actually like. I recommend to not judge this book by its cover (or its title).

Dec 27, 2013

I finished Cat Patrick's Forgotten a few days ago. For the audience it is going for, it was surprisingly really good. She takes sort of cliche teenager stories and puts the sci-fi twist on them. It may not be the best if you want to see a lot of character development, although it's still a super great pass time book.

Krajzel Oct 08, 2013

Weird book very unusual story line, as are most of Ms. Patricks books. The first few chapters are boring. Not sure what is going on. Almost put the book down and pick up another one, but by chapter 3 you start to get it. Just an okay book.

Sep 18, 2013

Loved the book and fell in love with the characters, a must read for anyone who loves a little mystery with a mix in love story :D

Maddison Schmidt
Jul 13, 2013

Forgotten is an amazing book that left me always wanting to read more! It's probably one of the best books I have ever read!

May 15, 2013

Forgotten was just the a great book. It's the first book of Cat Patrick's book series and I must say it's the best. This book is full of wonder, romance, and drama. If you want a good book then read Forgotten.

L_Easterly Oct 24, 2012

I just finnished reading this. And it was amazing! One of the best books i've ever read! Loved it, it was so origianal and completely unexpected.

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London goes to sleep each night knowing when she wakes up she will forget everything that happened that day. At 4:33 am every morning her memory resets. She writes detailed notes of her day so she can remember what she wore to school and what tests to study for. While she has no recollection of her past, she clearly remembers her future. When London meets Luke she takes thorough notes so she doesn't forget their relationship, but she also doesn’t see him in her future. In an attempt to regain some form of memory London begins to question traumatic events from her past, including her parents divorce and the kidnapping of and apparent murder of her baby brother. With Luke’s help she begins to uncover the pain she suffered, the mystery that puts them all in danger, and may answer the question, “Why isn’t Luke in my Future?”. Sometimes it’s better to leave things buried and unanswered. Will uncovering these secrets save Luke? Will the answers cure her selective amnesia, or is she doomed to continuously forget?

Grades 9-12, 288 pages


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