Author: Robin King
Publisher: Walnut Springs
Published: October 2014
Paperback: 240 pages
FTC FYI: Received a PDF copy in exchange for an honest review.
Alexandra Stewart doesn't just walk down memory lane, she lives on it. Her eidetic memory records her experiences and plays them back, DVD style. It's great when she wants to ace a test, but not so great when she topples over a cute boy in the hallway and the humiliation plays back over and over and over . . . Brown University seems like the perfect place for the seventeen-year-old to forget her past. Hope for a normal life comes in the form of a handsome new running partner who makes her heart race and body perspire even before she laces up her shoes.
When her Russian professor gives her a puzzle that seems impossible to solve, Alex discovers that he has a secret - one that will catapult her into a world of cryptic codes and covert missions. As she tries to find a balance between the two different worlds vying for her attention, Alex wonders if she can have relationships with the ones she cares about while hiding a clandestine life, uncovering the truths of an underground enemy.
One thing is for certain, whatever happens will be forever etched into her memory. And some things are better left forgotten.
I really enjoyed this book. Alex is an amazing girl. I was fascinated by her eidetic memory and all of its possibilities. This book has one adventure after another. I loved how Alex was a strong young woman, who could literally think her way out of anything. I thought the author did a great job of introducing Alex's back story with her mom and brother. Her father teaches at Brown. I did love how she had a great support system in her roommate and her professors. All the characters are fantastic and entertaining. William especially. He's a doll. Alex's adventures are very page-turning and I can't wait to see what is next for her.
4 out of 5 stars. I can't summarize anymore without giving it all away. Hold on for a great adventure!