- Title: Memento
- Author: Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
- Book Form: Physical
- Pages: 82
- Publisher: Knoph Books for Young Readers
- Genre: YA, Fantasy
- Rating: ★★★★★
December, 2574. Forty-three days before the BeiTech attack on Kerenza IV.
This is the story of my first friendship.
This is the tale of my first murder?
Some monsters are born.
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I was made.– Goodreads
Wow. I mean. How can a book wreck me in 82 pages?
Amie and Jay have done it again. I was instantly sucked in by the format, as it’s been with this whole series. I was so quickly engrossed and just cared about these people. I loved learning more about AIDAN and his backstory. Yes, the AI has a backstory and it’s insane.
What struck me most was the letter that was sent at the very end by AIDAN. I. Was. SHOOK. I think I just stared at the last page with my mouth open for five minutes.
Did I laugh? Yep. Did I cry? Yes. This book makes you care so much you cry in 82 pages. I’m still kind of in awe of that.
If you didn’t pre-order Aurora Rising to get this, I’m so sorry. It might be a decision you will regret forever. Sorry!
Until next time…
1 thought on “Memento Review”
Unfortunately, no matter how many times I really want to read this book, I know I can’t unless both authors change their minds and have this in full print instead of preorder incentive