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False Memory (False Novel) Hardcover – August 14, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
The writing and plot suck me in from the first page, and then I was hooked! The author has an amazing way with words, that just captivated me, and glued me to the pages, craving more. Even when their wasn't that much going on in the plot (Which wasn't Often) I was still glued to the pages, lost in this amazing adventure! It had so much action that I couldn't keep up with it! I couldn't turn the pages fast enough to keep up with my racing mind! This is truly an original and amazing book, that anyone who loves Sci-f and even dystopia will love, I have no doubt, it was sensational!!!
Miranda wakes up alone on a bench and doesn't remember anything. She doesn't know who she is, where she came from, or what she's capable of. She only knows her name is Miranda and she's seventeen years old, that's it, that's all she can remember. So she strolls into a mall looking for answers, only to find trouble! She decides the best thing for her to do is to find help. So she seeks out the malls security guard, and for some reason she knows he's the one you go to if you need help. So that's what she does, she approaches the mall's guard and tells him she lost her memory and that she doesn't remember anything. The security guard thinks its just a big ol' high school prank that she's trying to pull, so he dismisses her and tells her to leave, but she insist that she's not lying.Read more ›
The world of cloning is new to me, especially when it comes to YA books (or books in general, I should say) so to read something like this had me slightly nervous. At times, I don't like to steer too far off from what I'm used to but you know what? I'm really loving all the Sci-Fi type of books I've read lately. I certainly may be adding more and more to my TBR list after so many good ones! The cover of False Memory is just amazing, absolutely amazing! If you were to judge a book by it's cover, I'm sure seeing this is a store would certainly grab your attention.
I would like to thank the author, Dan Krokos, for graciously signing an ARC copy at BEA and being a great guy. I'd also like to thank Hyperion for giving away these books (and giving us the opportunity to meet Dan) while at BEA. You'll be happy to hear that this book was #2 on my 'MUST HAVE' book list. (Followed by Prodigy by Marie Lu)
I'm so used to see love triangles that seeing this love...I'm not even sure what you would call this, but regardless, I enjoyed it.Read more ›
From brain wave manipulation to rogue agents to a tonally genuine romance, this book includes a lot of different elements, and manages to present them all in a surprisingly engaging way. The author understands how to balance tension and levity, as well as how to up the ante both physically and emotionally as the story builds to its climax. It's rare to find a YA action novel that is this well-paced, especially since most of its protagonists are also well-developed. Miranda's blind panic and fight or flight adrenaline practically leaps off the page with her POV, but her observations about the other characters also allow us to know them as well.
This novel is notable for:
--an original, well-plotted story with exciting, unpredictable twists
--a believably conflicted, responsible heroine
--well-choreographed fight sequences
--scientific science fiction.
I had a really great time reading this story because it was just so much fun, but what I appreciate most about it is an interesting sensitivity in its heroine that I frankly find rather unusual coming from a male YA author.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What a wild ride! From the very beginning you are thrust into Miranda's life without a clue as to what is going on. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kristy
Fast and fun read. Halfway through the second in the trilogy. Highly recommendPublished 8 months ago by Movie Lover in NJ
This one is a suspense novel. No science fiction or horror included. However, it is action from beginning to end, with a surprise twist at the end. Well worth reading.Published 21 months ago by Jack R.
It's been a while since I read this...and I don't recall a lot of it, which tells me that I probably thought it was okay, but it didn't leave me with much. Read morePublished 21 months ago by junebug61753
False Memory was one of those read where I wasn't sure what to expect when I started the book, and I hate to say it but the synopsis was wrong. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Ryan Grooms
Simply, a good read with interesting plot twists. If this is how things sets up the 2nd book, then I can't wait for it and the 3rd book. Read morePublished on July 21, 2014 by ParadoxTremors
Review originally posted on The Book Addict's Guide
Completed: July 26, 2013
Publishing Info: August 14th 2012 by Hyperion
Source: Purchased from Anderson’s... Read more
This review was originally posted on my blog: brandonblogsbooks.blogspot.com
Today I'm going to be reviewing False Memory by Dan Krokos. Read more
What a fun ride!!!
This books is written from the POV of Miranda North. A seventeen year old girl who wakes up in a park-bench without any memory of her past. Read more