Forget Me

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If there is anything worse than witnessing a death, it has to be witnessing the death of a loved one. Unfortunately for Morgan Tulley, she knows exactly what that feels like. It’s been three months since she watched her boyfriend, Flynn Parkman, get hit by a black SUV. She’s finally following her best friend Toni’s advice and posting a farewell photo of Flynn on FriendShare to try and get some closure. At least that was the plan. But FriendShare wants to tag Flynn’s photo as Evan Murphy—a guy who looks exactly like Flynn. Now determined to find out the truth about her boyfriend and his death, she finds out that everything is not how the world makes it out to be.

The story started out a little slow, and I wasn’t sure I wanted to continue, but when Morgan started finding out more strange things about Flynn and Evan, it got a lot more interesting. I wanted to know more about how everything connected. So I ended up really enjoying the book and I’m glad I gave it a chance.

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Author K.A. Harrington
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 288 pages
Publisher Putnam Juvenile
Publish Date 07-Aug-2014
ISBN 9780399165290
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Issue October 2014
Category Young Adult


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