Memory Loss

Nope, this is not a a tech tip blog posting on how to fix memory issues on your computer!  There are lots of examples of books that have to do with issues of memory loss, either temporary or permanent.  But what if you remembered in reverse?  You can remember what happens tomorrow and all the days after that, but cannot remember today or the days past.

Forgotten by Cat Patrick features London Lane who is a great note taker.   Every night before she goes to bed, she writes out a detailed list for herself, things she needs to remember because tomorrow when she wakes up, she won’t remember that day.  Things get more complicated when this new kid shows up at school but she doesn’t remember him from the future.  Then she starts having vivid nightmares which don’t seem to fit in with anything else she does remember.  London might need to start asking questions about the past to understand what is happening to her now.

You also might like Rosebush by Michele Jaffe or The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson.

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Beth is a Librarian at the Gaines Township branch of KDL. She really loves reading, especially all the wonderful teen books, but also enjoys genealogy and crafts!

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