Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac

June 16, 2010

By: Gabrielle Zevin Reviewed by: Aly Maxian Rated: 4 out of 5 stars

Going to get a camera, falling down the stairs, meeting him, was all an accident that shouldn’t have happened. Just because of a stupid coin toss, Naomi, a good girl with good grades in the year book committee, picks tail off a coin toss with her friend, Chief, co-editor to the yearbook. After the incident happened she meets James, who is her boyfriend? Naomi, going through a lot of trust issues, goes through a lot of trouble with her friends and her boyfriend, Ace, who thinks everything is ok between them. Naomi has to pick between many choices in her life. Sometimes Naomi thinks that losing her memory was the best thing that ever happened to her. But she is in French class and she can’t remember any words. Also, her Mom left her and has a new family but will she remember who her dad’s fiancée is? What if she doesn’t get her memory back? Will Chief be mad at her? Will James still be her friend?

          “Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac” is an interesting book that will want you to keep reading. It does get really boring toward the middle. I think the book is a good book to read if you really don’t care about a good ending. Don’t get me wrong but a lot of good things happen in the book that will want you to keep reading just the end will surprise you.

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