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Remember Yesterday (Forget Tomorrow) by [Dunn, Pintip]
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Follow-up to the New York Times bestselling novel, Forget Tomorrow!

Sixteen-year-old Jessa Stone is the most valuable citizen in Eden City. Her psychic abilities could lead to significant scientific discoveries—if only she'd let TechRA study her. But after they kidnapped and experimented on her as a child, cooperating with the scientists is the last thing Jessa would do.

But when she discovers the past isn't what she assumed, Jessa must join forces with budding scientist Tanner Callahan to rectify a fatal mistake made ten years ago. She'll do anything to change the past and save her sister—even if it means aligning with the enemy she swore to defeat.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4552 KB
  • Print Length: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Teen (4 October 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0166RX44O
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #219,202 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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5.0 out of 5 stars She’s done it again. Knocked it out of the park this time. 14 March 2017
By Ann Shannon - Published on
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“The mouse pulls and tugs, but he can’t get his leg loose. As the cage empties, his movements become more frantic, as if he realizes this is his last chance to escape.” Pintip Dunham offers the perfect metaphor for the human condition when we aren’t given the freedom to be ourselves. We will self-harm until we are either free or dead, just like Jessa’s mouse.

Remember Yesterday is the second in the series, with Before Tomorrow being a fill in novella that offers you a separate point of view. I was impressed with Forget Tomorrow, Remember Yesterday left me slack-jawed and speechless when I finished it. I bow before her talent and the artful story she wove together and the plot twists she carefully braided in. I only wish I could return and read it again and again.

Remember Yesterday is set in a dystopian future where your future depends on the memory your future self has sent you. In Before Tomorrow, Callie Stone dealt them a severe blow by severing the connection between herself and her sister, a vital link the government scientists need in order to unlock the key to future memory and be sure it is invented. Now it’s ten years later and Callie’s younger sister is working to hamstring the scientists that experimented on her.

When she learns that the past isn’t what she thought it was she’ll be set on a path of discovery and adventure that will lead her places she couldn’t have imagined in her wildest dreams. She’ll discover that everything she thought she knew about the people around her is wrong and it will make her question her loyalty, resulting in a decision she swore would never happen.

The twists and turns of Remember Yesterday will have you jumping out of your seat, anticipating the next one and being surprised at every one. I can’t recommend this book enough. It’s strong enough to stand on it’s own but I highly recommend reading Forget Tomorrow first as a good foundation for the world and what Jessa is facing.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect! 4 October 2016
By MrsLeif - Published on
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"love is timeless."

I read Forget Tomorrow and I was looking forward to continuing the saga. Of course, I didn't read the blurb. I wanted to be surprised....and OMG...was I shocked. This book was Fantastic!

It has been ten years since Logan helped Jessa escape and Callie did what she thought was best for the world. Jessa is now a seventeen-year-old teenager. She passes her time with her best friend Ryder and doing what she can to save and free the mice from the lab experiments. She misses her sister dearly and she's trying to improve her relationship with her mother.

When Jessa is bitten by one of the enhanced mice, it seems to amplify her power. Jessa starts receiving a vision and she knows she must pursue it. To get to this area, she will enlist the help of Tanner Callahan, a boy her age but also a scientist making him her enemy. It doesn't matter that he seems to have a heart, has a fine body and makes her feel new things.

Tanner Callahan lost his parents when he was too young. The only life he knows is the one he was taught to care for. Science is his mantra. Enter Jessa and now Tanner is not sure what's right anymore.

"you matter too much for me to pretend what we had was nothing."

Remember Yesterday is so good! I was hooked to the pages. It was a thrilling ride that I didn't want to end. Pintip Dunn has created an amazing world building it with multidimensional characters. I love the action, the suspense and the romance in this novel. It had everything I want in a fantasy world.

Jessa was an extraordinary young girl. It was a piece of cake to root for her. She was smart and caring. She had her insecurities but they were all based on the information she had. Her love for her sister is strong and beautiful.

Oh...Tanner.. Sexy Tanner.. with great Abs Tanner and super Smart Brain Tanner. He was the perfect match for Jessa. He made me swoon for most of the book. I adored him.

“You stay the boy you were meant to be. I wouldn’t change a thing about you. You hear?
Not. A. Single. Thing.”

I need the next book ASAP. I hope I don't have to wait a year to read the next book.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Even better than the first book! Loved this one so much 3 November 2016
By Holly B. in NC - Published on
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I have been excited about this series concept since I first heard about Forget Tomorrow (”FT”) before it was published. I pre-ordered the book (as I did with Remember Yesterday (”RY”)), but I hadn’t yet read it, so this tour came at the perfect time for me to be able to read both books back-to-back. To be honest, I went into them thinking this was a duology and that I’d finish the series with these two, then discovered there is a third one coming out in October 2017! There is also a novella that basically tells the story of FT from Logan’s point of view, out 31 October, so if you love this series, make sure you get your hands on that, too!

A brief summary: RY takes place 10 years after FT, and the main character is Jessa Stone, Callie’s sister, now 16. I really liked Tessa’s character in FT, even though she was only 6 and not on the page too much, so it’s fun to get to see her as a teenager. She has had to live through a whole lot in her 16 short years, including what happened at the end of FT! Jessa was on the run with Logan for 6 years after the events of FT. She has spent the last 4 years living with her new Underground family in Harmony, which is now like a neighborhood of Eden City, following a truce of sorts between ComA and the Underground. Jessa is *very* important to the government, especially to the scientists of TechRA and the villainous Chairwoman Dresden. They are still determined to bring back what they see as the utopia that existed during the time of future memories, and they think Jessa is key, even without her sister around. Obviously Jessa wants nothing to do with Chairwoman Dresden or the scientists, especially not Tanner Callahan, the 16-year-old science genius who, you may remember, is the first person to have received a future memory (or to have figured out how to send future memories, depending on which version of the story you believe).

It was good to see some of the characters from FT, now a decade older, especially Logan, his brother Mikey and Mikey’s wife Angela, and young Ryder, who is now also 16 and is Jessa’s best friend. At the same time, it was kind of fun to get a sequel that is somewhat removed in time from the first part of the story and which focuses on different characters. You don’t see that much in series books (at least not the ones I read!), which tend to lead directly into the next installment. I love the issues of time travel, which also existed in the first book, albeit travel of memories and not physical beings. I’m a sucker for books dealing with time travel, paradoxes, and parallel-timeline worlds being spun off each time we make a decision and choose one path over another. If you worry about being overwhelmed with theories of time travel, though, don’t be concerned; it’s not delved into in quite the same depth I’ve seen in other books and is presented in a fairly straightforward and easy to grasp manner.

While I liked the first book, I rated it at 3.5 stars, because there were times I felt the story dragged, while conversely feeling that I wanted more depth to the characters and more world-building. Then there were some secrets revealed, and the shocking ending, which definitely bumped it up that half-star! With this second book, though, I feel like Ms. Dunn’s writing was more “mature,” and the story held more depth. Also, there was more action in this one, so it read faster for me. I also loved the exploration of the bond between sisters, as I was very close to my own sister until she passed away unexpectedly (and way too soon) almost 9 years ago. It can be a bit of torture to read books about sisters, as it makes me miss her more. At the same time, I find that reading about the sister bond can make me feel closer to her; I guess sometimes it serves as a stand-in since she’s not here with me. So that aspect of the book - Jessa and Callie’s love for each other and their connection to one another that seems never to break - made me very happy, even though it’s bittersweet for me. All that is to say, RY easily earned a 4-star rating from me! It is actually rare for me that I like a second book better than the first, but this is one of those times!

If you enjoyed Forget Tomorrow and are wondering if you should pick up Remember Yesterday, I would absolutely say you should! You’ll want to read about Jessa’s struggle to stay away from Chairwoman Dresden, the government, and the scientists of TechRA. You’ll also want to find out if she continues to hate the “stuck-up” Tanner Callahan, and if he’s really the villain she thinks he is. If you haven’t yet started the series, I do recommend it as having a really unique concept that gets you thinking about whether knowing what you’ll be doing in the future is a blessing or a curse. But know, going in, that it’s a trilogy and not a duology, so you don’t make the same mistake I did :) I’m eagerly awaiting book three now, though, and you will be too after reading these first two books!
5.0 out of 5 stars in order to really understand this book it is better to have read the first book 5 October 2016
By shawna - Published on
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I want to thank Netgalley, Entangled an Pintip Dunn for giving me the chance to read this book for an honest review

First off, in order to really understand this book it is better to have read the first book...otherwise it will be slightly confusing because Forget Tomorrow does lay the backstory for you....

I really really enjoyed this book! It kept me on my toes an by the time I got to the end I was shocked! The author left it open enough for a 3rd book (crossing my fingers on this one) which I am really really hoping comes out. Remember Yesterday starts 10 years after Jessa's sister saves her from FuMA, an throughout the book Jessa keeps feeling like the wrong sister lived but she finds out that wasn't the case. She is able to not only save her sister but find out what her purpose in the visions really is.
5.0 out of 5 stars Emotional depth that will take you by surprise 13 October 2016
By Anita - Published on
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This book took me by surprise - in a great way. I expected an exciting, young adult adventure and Dunn delivered in a big way with time travel, science, and rebellion. But, she caught me completely off guard with her emotional depth that dives into serious topics - typically reserved for adults - like healing the child within, allowing ourselves to feel instead of suppress, and the pain of not feeling loved. It even shows how powerful setting intentions can be. This book could be expertly paired with an adult course in leadership given how adept Dunn is at showing emotions we all feel...but are sometimes too scared to share. I can't wait for the next one in the series. These books would make great movies, too.