Get Adobe Flash player

Reviews

 

Not since the extremely popular Maze Runner series has a plot been so intense. Quill says: Exhilarating and intense. The author weaves feel-good fiction with suspense to give readers a triumphant victory.”  

— Feathered Quill Book Reviews

 

In the concluding entry in the highly addictive Memento series, the major characters Nora, Micah, Winter, and Aiden are fighting against the new identity chip being forced on everyone as the tendrils of a massive conspiracy change life as we know it. Nora has forgotten much as she is torn between her parents’ two very different homes, Micah learns more about his parentage, and Memento is reborn as a web comic. Smibert’s break neck pacing and the jumping from character to character make this an un-put-downable book complete with rallies and riots. This series features a beautifully conceived paranoid future where change is hard because every memory can be easily expunged. Is it better to forget or to be miserable because something bad happened? Looking forward to sharing this with teens, especially Jack whose review of Memento Nora was “OH. MY. GOD. I loved this book! this is probably the most suspenseful book i have ever read!” 

— Genrefluent.com

 

 

Another futuristic novel for young adults is The Meme Plague….In an era when we now know the government is capable of knowing all our phone calls, emails, and other activities, this novel is a cautionary tale that is well worth reading.”  

— Bookviews.com

 

 

“A futuristic novel kids will enjoy.” 

— KidsBookshelf.com

Share

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CAPTCHA Image

*

"...a gift for both reluctant and regular readers.”

- Booklist

“…the themes of inquiry and fighting back will resonate
with young and old.”

-School Library Journal

“The novel is taut and lean; Smibert’s prose is quick and fluid…”
–Horn Book Magazine

“Engaging, spirited characters and a plot that can stand on its own…This story could provide great fodder for discussions about the relative roles of government, business and the individual in a world of increasing consolidation and conformity.”

—Children’s Literature