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The ForgettingParents children love life and self – are lost Unless they have been writtenIn Canaan your book is your truth and your identity and Nadia knows exactly who hasn't written the truth Because Nadia is the only person in Canaan who has never forgottenBut when Nadia begins to use her memories to solve the mysteries of Ca Review posted on The Eater of Books blogThe Forgetting by Sharon CameronPublisher ScholasticPublication Date September 13 2016Rating 5 starsSource ARC received from tradeSummary from GoodreadsWhat isn't written isn't remembered Even your crimesNadia lives in the city of Canaan where life is safe and structured hemmed in by white stone walls and no memory of what came before But every twelve years the city descends into the bloody chaos of the Forgetting a day of no remorse when each person's memories – of parents children love life and self – are lost Unless they have been writtenIn Canaan your book is your truth and your identity and Nadia knows exactly who hasn't written the truth Because Nadia is the only person in Canaan who has never forgottenBut when Nadia begins to use her memories to solve the mysteries of Canaan she discovers truths about herself and Gray the handsome glassblower that will change her world forever As the anarchy of the Forgetting approaches Nadia and Gray must stop an unseen enemy that threatens both their city and their own existence – before the people can forget the truth And before Gray can forget herWhat I LikedOH MY GOODNESS I don't even know how I'm going to write a coherent review of this book I'm no stranger to Cameron's books I've been following her publications as they publish and I feel like they get better and better as she writes and This is uite possibly my favorite Cameron book By rating it must be I've given her other three books four stars each and I think I indeed like this one the mostEvery twelve years the Forgetting occurs in which one day people forget everything And so everyone must keep a book on them at all times and write down everything so that when the Forgetting occurs every twelve years each person will know their lives by their memories But Nadia the dyer's daughter remembers everything She remembers when the last Forgetting occurred when she was a little girl She remembers the chaos that fell on Canaan She remembers her life and she remembers that her book after the Forgetting was taken and a forgery was left in its place Now on the eve of the next Forgetting Nadia is determined to understand the Forgetting and make this one different She wants to know why Canaan is walled and no one is allowed out why the Forgetting occurs why her father left and her mother and sisters She and Gray the glassblower's son uncover a history of truths that are nothing like what is told to the people of Canaan Nadia only has so much time before everyone including Gray forgets everythingWhat an incredible book I'm going to be honest I knew very little about this book before reading it I didn't even read the synopsis I saw that it was a Cameron book and I added it to my to be read list without a second thought I loved The Dark Unwinding A Spark Unseen and Rook and I knew I would like this book too And I loved itNadia is so different from the YA heroines of late She's so uiet literally She just doesn't say much When she and Gray first interact you can see how it sometimes frustrates Gray how Nadia is so tight lipped I love this uality of Nadia's She has many secrets because she remembers and if she tells the wrong person or misspeaks she and her family would be in danger Nadia is such a kickbutt girl but not in a high action way She's a uiet rebel who likes to climb the wall and go to the other side and is never in bed before curfew Nadia is inuisitive and intelligent clever and determined But she is subtle and uiet a force you don't see coming until it's upon you Nadia's character growth is subtle but you can see the difference in her from start to finish Gray is someone Nadia did not expect to catch her climbing back from the other side of the wall He demands that she take him with her next time or he'll turn her in There is something about Gray that doesn't add up to Nadia He's always had a way of getting everyone to love him and Nadia is determined not to be one of those people Gray is charming and funny charismatic and just as stubborn as Nadia He's also just as clever and protective in a way that isn't over the top Add Gray to the list of Cameron heroes I adore All three of them are the perfect book boyfriendsWhen I said I knew nothing about this book before reading it I meant that I only knew that it had a vibe similar to that of The Purge or so I thought This book is not fantasy or paranormal or whatever I thought it was it's science fiction I love science fiction YA does not see nearly enough science fiction in my opinion I don't want to spoil things but guys the science fiction aspect of the book ie basically the book is SO cool It's comes as a plot twist hence why I don't want to spoil much but it's awesome and a little mind blowing All of the answers are right in front of our faces and we don't know it Neither did Nadia and Gray EpicI love how Cameron weaves this story There are so many sub stories that tie back in to the main story and everything meets at the climax This book is told from Nadia's POV in first person but you get a clear sense of the subplots in this book Nadia's older sister's dalliance Nadia's crazy mother Nadia's father's behavior Rose's significance there are so many little seeds that Cameron plants everywhere that spring forth towards the climax of the book BrilliantHave I said anything about the romance yet? In classic Cameron fashion the romance is sweet and subtle and yet powerful and strong The romance was present in this book than her other three meaning it has of a presence it impacts the story I didn't mind this Gray and Nadia are great together It's somewhat hate to love with lots of banter kind of? Nadia doesn't talk a ton yet somehow there is back and forth between her and Gray and it is great And then the romance is also a tiny bit steamier than in Cameron's other books Still not super steamy but so than her other books I love the romance in this bookRelationships are so important in this book and not just the romance which was lovely Nadia has two sisters an older and a younger The older sister suspects that Nadia is not her sister since the last Forgetting jumbled everything as they usually do Nadia has a hard time connecting with that sister even though she knows the truth the sister doesn't But Nadia has such a wonderful relationship with her younger sister It's very positive and sisterly and I loved seeing them interact Nadia barely has one parent her mother is a little lost in the brain so her parental relationships aren't great But Gray has a beautiful relationship with his parents You'd have to read the book to see what I mean It's very special and heart warmingThe last one hundred pages or so seemed like truth after truth reveal after reveal I could not read fast enough There was so much happening not overwhelmingly so though and several heartbreaking events occurred and I was sure Cameron was going to break my heart But then she didn't I love how this book ended It is an amazing ending and I could not have asked for What I Did Not LikeI don't think I have anything to say hereWould I Recommend ItI feel like I could gush about this book for days And knowing me I probably will I highly recommend this book to science fiction fans but I feel like anyone who likes YA books with a lot of depth would enjoy this story Cameron has such great writing and all of her stories are so perfectly woven and fashioned I recommend all four books of Cameron'sRating5 stars I rarely dish out the 5 star rating but I couldn't not give this book 5 stars How amazing was this? Very amazing Definitely one of the most impressive YA books for the yearPre read sueesI CANNOT WAIT

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What isn't written isn't remembered Even your crimesNadia lives in the city of Canaan where life is safe and structured hemmed in by white stone walls and no memory of what came before But every twelve years the city descends into the bloody chaos of the Forgetting a day of no remorse when each person's memories – of All smirks aside because there was a ton of smirking I ended up loving this one Nadia does begin the book in an annoying fashion but by the end her character has completely grown The world was pretty interesting with wondering why these people forget everything every twelve years The villain was a real piece of work Loved it Full review on my blog

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Download The Forgetting doc Ô 403 pages á reflectionslisburnltd ☆ What isn't written isn't remembered Even your crimesNadia lives in the city of Canaan where life is safe and structured hemmed in by white stone walls and no memory of what came before But every twelve years the city descends into the bloodNaan she discovers truths about herself and Gray the handsome glassblower that will change her world forever As the anarchy of the Forgetting approaches Nadia and Gray must stop an unseen enemy that threatens both their city and their own existence – before the people can forget the truth And before Gray can forget h 45 5 starsFour letters S H I P Also what a gripping story Loved this book to pieces