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Sequel 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.
"Once again, Dunn masterfully sets the stage for another series entry. An epic, futuristic tale continues with proficient, zestful writing." - Kirkus Reviews
5 stars: "Remember Yesterday is freaking amazing. I really enjoyed Forget Tomorrow, and this second installment of the trilogy is even better -- fascinating, twisting plot, a swoon-worthy romance, and so many new questions! Anyone wondering what happens with Callie and Logan, don't worry -- you find out and then some, as the plot deepens. It's hard to discuss anything about this book without spoilers, so I'll just say prepare to be surprised from beginning to end!" -- Meg Kassel, author of BlackBird of the Gallows
5 stars: "Dunn is such a wonderful storyteller. The scenes and characters she writes are vivid and full of depth. You should totally mark this as'must-read' this year!" -- Brenda Drake, author of Thief ofLies, Guardian of Secrets, and Touching Fate
5 stars: "Overall, this is a perfect sequel to ForgetTomorrow, if not even better. Dunn brings her A-game, and her characters are still the strongest feature of the text. Still a fun read. I loved it." -- Hristina Petrov, I'll Be Fine Alone Reads
5 stars: "I really really enjoyed this book! It kept me on my toes and by the time I got to the end I was shocked!" -- Shawna Cramer, SeaShells and Puppy Tails
5 stars: "Remember Yesterday is so good! I was hooked to the pages. It was a thrilling ride that I didn't want to end. Pintip Dunnhas 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. [...] I need the next book ASAP." --Sheyla Hopkins, Mrs. Leif's Two Fangs About It
5 stars: "I really liked this, even better than the first book. While book one ended on a surprising note, book two has even more twists and surprises.The series is classed as dystopian, and, while it has many of the traits of all the many dystopians I've read, it also has sci-fi elements. [...] I'm excited to see where the third book takes us!" -- Kristy Petree, Goodreads Reviewer
5 stars: "While I vastly enjoyed Callie's story, I think I almost found Jessa's story a little more enjoyable/ informative. I learned a lot more about Callie's story through Jessa's story, 10 years later. It amazes me how strong and smart both girls are, but they are different in one simple way...they each think the other will better serve the future than the other. This surprised me in ways I didn't think possible. They are both very giving, loving, courageous, and smart, but it's their love for each other that makes that strength shine so true in both of their stories. I simply can't WAITto see what happens when their stories really collide in the next book!" -Janelle Childers, Book By Night, Mommy By Day
4 stars: "THE FEEELLSSSSS! When you know what happens in the first book, some thoughts of the characters or what they say to each other, just makes you gasp in a wave of emotions that are either so super sweet or heartbreaking. Dunn really knows howto make people's thoughts feel genuine." -Caroline, Just Another Bookish Blog
4 stars: "One of the things I loved about this book and the previous one was the super adorable romance. I'm totally a sucker for the whole we pretend to hate each other romance. And boy is there tons of that here. The sharp come backs, the swoony kisses...ahhh!!!! My heart just exploded with happiness. Seriously! [...] I can't believe I hadn't heard of the series until last month. I was really missing out. The series deserves a lot more hype than it has received. You really need to read these books ASAP!" -Jacquie Atamanuk, Rattle the Stars
Read my interview with Pintip Dunn here.
This review is also on my blog illbefinealone reads.
Challenge of the day: write down thoughts on this book without any spoilers. Here goes nothing.
I've had this series in mind all year long. Mrs. Dunn's stories is quite a memorable read. I jumped on the cha... ...more
Remember Yesterday is the next instalment in the Forget Tomorrow series by Pintip Dunn. I liked the first book and after that horrific ending I was excited to get stuck into the next book. However, I felt an immediate disconnect when I opened my Kindle to discover this book was narrated by Jessa... ...more
I really enjoyed Forget Tomorrow, but Remember Yesterday was even better. Seriously. The first book really set the scene, and now readers will find themselves 10 years later into a world that just doesn't hold back. Many of your questions from the first book are solved and new questions are broug... ...more
I had the pleasure of getting an early read of the draft for Remember Yesterday. It's such a great sequel to Forget Tomorrow. I loved this as much as the first book in the series. Dunn is such a wonderful storyteller. The scenes and characters she writes are vivid and full of depth. You should to... ...more
MY HEART CANT CONTAIN ALL MY EMOTIONS. THAT IS ALL I’M GOING TO SAY.
The book was on fire from the very first pages- figuratively. I don’t like it when sequels are slow paced in the beginning, and that book was definitely fast paced. The thing I love the most about Dunn’s writing is that she doesn... ...more
“I can’t shake the feeling we’re meant to be in each other’s lives.”
Wow. Holy Fates, I loved this book! This was a very successful sequel. After the crazy, cliff-hanger ending of Forget Tomorrow, I had some ideas on how this sequel would pan out. I was so very wrong, and I am... ...more
Jessa is against scientists. After what she's been through she thinks all of them are bad. Her psychic abilities are rare and very special, so they've treated her like a study object in the past and Jessa never want this to happen again. Her past experiences traumatized her and she doesn't think... ...more
The End, Mind BLOWN. I pretty much want to leave it at that but give me a second to gush without giving anything away. Our suspicions about a certain character in the last book turn out to be true and the result is nothing short of perfect. The memories and events are tied together in perfect syn... ...more
A big 'Thank you' goes out to Entangled Teen, Pintip Dunn, and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review an E-ARC as well as Chapter by Chapter for allowing my participation in the blog tour!
"You can change your future all you want, but you will never get away from walking certa... ...more
Splendid, Exciting and Excruciating. Yes, excruciating or intense pain because, at the very first line of the book, it brought back some feelings that don’t mean to be felt. However, as painful as it is. Readers like me who will never move on from the first installment will remember the yesterday... ...more
Thank you to Netgalley and Entangled Teen for a copy of the eArc in exchange for a fair review.
Remember Yesterday picks up 10 years after the end of Forget Tomorrow. If you haven't read Forget Tomorrow I highly suggest you start there and stop reading. Jessa is now the same age Callie was when sh... ...more
This was such an epic read that I honestly don’t know where to begin. My greatest wish right now would be to see these books turned into movies. So, where do I start? First, let me say that I am in awe of Pintip Dunn’s plotting skills. This whole time travel thing can get pretty complicated, but... ...more
Much as I enjoyed Forget Tomorrow, this has to be a case of the sequel being even better.
When Callie takes her life to prevent Jessa being the subject of experiments I wondered where book two would pick up. The answer is ten years later, with the focus on Jessa as she adjusts to life without her... ...more
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-ba... ...more
This review and many more can be found on my blog: Feed Your Fiction Addiction
Remember Yesterday picks up ten years after Forget Tomorrow left off and is told from Jessa’s POV. Jessa is now about the age that Callie had been when she sacrificed herself for her sister, and she’s trying to live up... ...more
Review in Italian: https://lalibreriadij.wordpress.com/2...
4 and a half stars
I requested an early copy to Netgalley.
I loved this book! At first I couldn't understand anything because of all the changes that happend in the story and to the characters, and the different pov didn't exactly help.
I was lucky enough to read an advance copy of Remember Yesterday. As a fan of Pintip's, I have to say, Remember Yesterday is freaking amazing. I really enjoyed Forget Tomorrow, and this second installment of the trilogy is even better––fascinating, twisting plot, a swoon-worthy romance and so man... ...more
As always, I love a good Pintip Dunn book. In her sequel to Forget Tomorrow we get to see what has become of Jessa after she loses her sister. I feel like I want to talk about so much of this and everything I say is going to be a spoiler, so Im going to refrain, but suffice it to say that it was... ...more
A little disappointed with the romance but the rest was excellent! This is such a great seriess ...more
I was eager to pick up this book after the horrifying cliffhanger in the first book. The second book didn't disappoint at all!
This sequel picks up ten years later and is told in Callie's sister, Jessa's point of view. I won't go further than that so that I don't spoil anyone, but trust me when I... ...more
“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... ...more
I was so excited when a copy of this book showed up in my mailbox. I had reviewed the first book in this series for Entangled Teen and hadn't expected them to send me the second book as well. After the ending of the first book, I was definitely excited to see what would happen next and read from... ...more
Updated linear review (much more thought-through btw!) is updated on the blog here:
While book two starts off in a much more milder manner ( Jessa btw, is a wilder fun character than Callie) this one pulls out all stops when it comes to the exhilarating fun... ...more
I received an Advance Reader Copy at no cost from the publisher/author.
I enjoyed Remember Yesterday even more than Forget Tomorrow! This book sucked me in even more than the first book did. The second book takes places ten years after the first books ends.
The plot in this series is so intricatel... ...more