• OMGOSH, I mean teenagers having sex *waves away*. But teenagers having sex and only having education from porn… He’s a SENIOR in high school. WHERE WAS HIS SEX EDUCATION???
  • Well Aaron might say sex was incredible, I wonder what Genevive says?
  • She’s going to the art camp bimbo. She’s not breaking up with you.
  • I mean duh.
  • I love their family day, it reminds me of block parties I went to when I was really little.
  • I can only assume Aaron has been talking to Genevive during this time she’s away at summer camp, even though we only see him talking to Thomas.
  • This jump feels a little unnatural. Like one minute Aaron is straight/bi and now he’s full gay? Not against anyone/thing, just the pacing feels really off. Like it’s such a surprise to the reader it doesn’t feel natural or cohesive.
  • I really like that Silvera thought of consequences and other problems/ethical questions people would have regarding erasing memories.
  • Well I mean Aaron can’t expect Genevive to be over the moon about him breaking up with her. But I’m a little confused, because it sounds like she knows he’s gay from her words, “Are you…You are. Aren’t you.” *Aaron nods* but now he told Thomas she doesn’t know?
  • OMGOSH. HE’S ALREADY HAD THE PROCEDURE??
  • HOLY CRAP THE SET UP ON THIS BOOK IS STUNNING! I keep thinking back to all the parts Aaron is referring to in his memory and they all match up with his lost memories and the set up for this twist is the most amazing thing ever.
  • So he really never had a babysitter named Evangeline then?
  • 3/10 I wanted to like this book so badly. I really did. I love the concept and idea, I had had real issues with the execution. The only character arc that was fleshed out was Aaron’s, but I loved the discussion and messages it portrayed. I did enjoy the writing and I feel like even though Aaron and I are so completely different, I could relate to him on many levels.
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