Book Review: Forget Me by K.A. Harrington

Forget Me
Author: K.A. Harrington
Reading Level: Young Adult
Genre: Mystery
Released: August 7th 2014
Review Source: Putnam Juvenile

An edge-of-your seat psychological thriller with a romantic twist

On the three-month anniversary of her boyfriend Flynn’s death, Morgan uploads her only photo of him to FriendShare to get some closure—but she’s shocked when the facial recognition software suggests she tag him as "Evan Murphy." She’s never heard of Evan, but a quick search tells her that he lives in a nearby town and looks exactly like Flynn. Only this boy is very much alive.

Digging through layers of secrets and lies, Morgan is left questioning everything she thought she knew about her boyfriend, her town, and even her parents' involvement in this massive web of lies

I remember seeing the cover of this book last year and I loved the creepy vibe I got by just looking at it. It felt hunted. And I need to read it. When I saw the copy available on Edelweiss, I had to get it. Unfortunately, I was denied. Come upon this year, I see that Yara receives the copy and I immediately asked her to send it to me. Thank you, Yara - I freaking adored this book. I loved it to pieces.

I felt in love.

I was hooked.

Yes, hooked. This is the correct word to describe how I felt about this book. I was hooked within seconds of reading. I couldn’t put it down. At all. It was 10pm at night and I didn’t care. It demanded my full attention. I was on edge trying to put the puzzle together because that is what I do. But with the crazy plots and reveals, I decided to let it drive me to the madness and surprise me. It. Was. Worth. It. Ah, the suspense was incredible. When things were getting all crazy, I seriously had the chills. I had to hold my breath because I was freaking the hell out.

I love reading mystery books. But to be honest, in the Young Adult world, most of these lose its focus on the mystery and focus on the romance, or something else. The mystery is completely forgotten. Don’t get me wrong, I love romance novels, but when I want to read a mystery book, I want to read a mystery book. I want to break my head to come up with the correct answer. Anyways, Forget Me focuses on the mystery throughout the entire book. Freaking finally… and I loved every minute.

Forget Me begins when Morgan unexpectedly runs into Flynn, her mysterious boyfriend. Morgan is worry because Flynn looks anxious and asks him to open up. But Flynn has other things in mind and to keep her safe, he breaks up with her. Within seconds of breaking up with Morgan, Flynn is hit by a car. Crazy right? After months of his death, Morgan is unable to move on. Until one day Morgan’s best friend, Toni, encourage Morgan to post a picture of Flynn to a social media site as a step of moving on. With tagging software, Flynn is tagged as Evan, a guy that lives 3 hours from her town.  The fact that Flynn is tagged is crazy because Flynn never liked Morgan posting any pictures of him while they dated. Not even one. He was very secretive. So why is this software tagging him as someone else? Why was Flynn so mysterious? Who is Evan? Is this the real “Flynn”? Did Flynn really get hit by accident or not? Was their relationship real? These are only few of the many questions Morgan thinks of and when she tries to investigate, she runs into serious danger.

Forget Me is full of secrets, revelations, and traps. Seriously, I loved it! Even thought I tend to try to come up with theories, I was glad I gave up with this one. I wouldn’t have guess right. I was completely off. It was too crazy to even think of such theory. Ah, I loved it. So yes, I cannot wait for the final copy because this is a must buy!  And my friend, I highly recommend that you pick a copy as well!

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