May 21, 2017

Remember To Forget by Ashley Royer

Published Date : April 5, 2016
Publisher : Blink YA
Genre : YA Fiction / Social Issues
Rating : 5 Star

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Remember To Forget is the story of how losing someone close to you can change you in ways that you never thought was possible until someone comes along that will make you see everything in a different light. Levi is your average 17 year old Australian boy but due to his girlfriend Delia getting killed in a car wreak, he doesn't talk to anyone. As his depression gets worse, his divorced parents make the decision to move from his Mother's house in Australia to his Father's in Maine.

As Levi gets settled in America and still not talking with anyone, a visit to the therapist will make him cross paths with a girl named Delilah who remarkably looks like his dead girlfriend. When Delilah and Levi start hanging out, all it takes is Delilah's younger sister to make Levi start talking again until he starts forgetting his dead girlfriend, Delia and makes him regress back to his old self until a talk with his dad that will bring them closer together and Levi opening up more. It's not until Christmas Day when Levi receives a letter that will make him see things in a different light and glad to have meet Delilah in a bittersweet ending!

All I can say is WOW! This is one of those books that will draw you in and at times, will make you cry over what Levi is feeling, yes it's that good people. You would think that the Author is older and not in high school by the writing style and maturity that is in between these pages. I can truly say that I'm a Ashley Royer fan now and I can't wait to see what is to come from her in the future!

Thank You to Ashley Royer for writing such a fantastic debut novel that will make everyone want more books by you!!


I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from BookSparks : YA Summer Reads 2016!

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley!


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