"In the concluding entry in the highly addictive Memento series, the major characters ... are fighting against the new identity chip being forced on everyone as the tendrils of a massive conspiracy change life as we know it. ... 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? " - 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." - Bookreviews.com
A futuristic novel kids will enjoy." - KidsBookshelf.com
About the Author
A frequent contributor to Odyssey Magazine, Angie has published many, many short stories for both adults and teens.