Book Review: Forget Tomorrow by Pintip Dunn + Giveaway

Forget Tomorrow

Okay, I was browsing on goodreads when I came a crossed with Forget Tomorrow by Pintip Dunn, it has a magnificent cover that literally caught my eyes who are attracted to gorgeous covers, I went on twitter to find out if there are any social media platforms that I could find to connect and surprise as I may, I found out that there’s an author page on Facebook and never knew that I will discover that this interesting underrated dystopian novel is one of the fantasy literature that we could find.

What I really noticed on Forget Tomorrow is that the connection between the author’s dedication in the book and the our protagonist love for his sister, that she wanted to protect her and to give her all the love that she could be beyond love, it was like a dedication of oneself to another. And it was both amazing and touching at the same time, being loved is something but being loved back is surreal.

The story set in futuristic where the government determine and find out what your future memory tells you and from there, it will be your access to everything, its greater than a degree, it serves as a recommendation to have a job and stable life in the future. What sets in this books is that Callie, a young girl whose only wish is to protect her sister from any danger because of the transparent psychic powers of her sister and the her genetic history with her parent — to be specific her dad makes the story intriguing, questionable and fascinating all at once with the mix of curiosity and interest.

Callie waits for 17 long years to received her future memory, a memory that will define her for who she is and for what she will be in the future, but not everything went on how you wanted to be, a young chef at heart was crushed by the system’s prediction made Callie a devastation and only to found out that in the future, she will be the one who will kill her sister.

Emotions reeked out of her, the systems interrupt with her life and detained her into the jail until she commit the predicted future, all else comes into a brief and narrow point of escape, which brings us to Logan, her childhood friend, which she loses years of friendship in the past. The fast-paced book of Pintip Dunn makes me want more, yearn for more and read for more, you may wanted to look for everything and continue reading the book. What I felt in this book is a mixture of anger, longing, romance, sadness and a lot more of adventures. I wanted to see how will they work, what will happen next and what are the possibilities that will lie ahead.

Pintip Dunn is such a good storyteller that makes her readers devoted to read her book, continuously, in one sitting. Forget Tomorrow is a good book that deserves any readers attention. With the outstanding novel, from the plot to the unwavering anticipated character development, to the relationship building, I need to emphasize that Pintip Dunn is such an amazing writer that made me feel goosebumps and chills. I love her writing, her approach in the environment of her story. It is definitely worth reading!

My ratings: 5 stars

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Pintip croppedPintip Dunn graduated from Harvard University, magna cum laude, with an A.B. in English Literature and Language. She received her J.D. at Yale Law School, where she was an editor of the YALE LAW JOURNAL. She also published an article in the YALE LAW JOURNAL, entitled, “How Judges Overrule: Speech Act Theory and the Doctrine of Stare Decisis,”

Pintip is represented by literary agent Beth Miller of Writers House. She is a 2012 RWA Golden Heart® finalist and a 2014 double-finalist. She is a member of Romance Writers of AmericaWashington Romance WritersYARWA, and The Golden Network.

She lives with her husband and children in Maryland. You can learn more about Pintip and her books at www.pintipdunn.com

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