MEMOIRS OF A TEENAGE AMNESIAC BOOK

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Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. If Naomi had picked tails, she would have won the . muscpertastsunear.ga: Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac: A Novel (): Gabrielle Zevin: Books. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. *Starred Review* Contemporary realism, set askew, is the . In this book, the amnesiac high school senior wakes up to learn she has had a boyfriend and they have been intimate with each other.


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Lost memory leads to some honest soul-searching. Read Common Sense Media's Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac review, age rating, and parents guide. of a Teenage Amnesiac. By: Gabrielle Zevin Media of Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac Imprint: Bloomsbury Children's Books. Dimensions: x mm. Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac is a drama film starring Japanese actress Maki Horikita, Japanese actors Kenichi Matsuyama and Yuya Tegoshi, and American actor Anton Yelchin based on a book written by Gabrielle Zevin.

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The summer before their junior year of high school, Naomi Porter and her best friend Will, both co-editors of the yearbook, flip a coin to see who has to retrieve an expensive camera they left out. She loses, finds the camera, and trips on the stairs. The bump on her head takes away her memories of the past four years.

Along the way she and her boyfriend Ace break up and she connects with the boy who found her on the steps and rode with her to the hospital. His own dark past and journey in self-discovery help jump-start a romance between them.

Once Naomi reevaluates who she is, she makes important changes involving meaningful relationships in her life. Continue reading Show less Is it any good? Going back to school, she entered a whole new world and realized how much she had changed.

Everything she heard about herself seemed nothing like what she would strive to become and knowing this, Naomi completely changed the year-old her. She set out and along with finding new friends, she left her boyfriend, joined the play, quit tennis, decided to stop doing yearbook, and completely changed her appearance. But when Naomi gets back her memory, will she forget all this and become the old, selfish her or decide that the new her is better?

Maybe all that Naomi needed was an outside view, a realization from even her own self.

Review: High School is filled with followers. Have you ever thought of how many people actually want to stand out and be themselves?

The number is very low. Throughout the halls, most of the people you see are ones trying to be like everyone else because all they're striving for is to be liked and to fit in. The need to be "popular" causes some people to make decisions that they normally wouldn't or do things that the old them would never do.

Naomi Porter was at the top and these changes of attitude did happen to her.Read more. Community Reviews. Gabrielle Zevin Coming of Age This coming of age novel forces Naomi to deal with the normal and abnormal circumstances of being a teenager and making the transition into adulthood.

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Sure, it can be difficult to accept that you've forgotten things, but you don't have to be so whiny about it; it only makes it worse. Author Gabrielle Zevin has nailed this one for teens. And then she tries to make up for the 10 sick chapters using the last two remaining by making the story interesting, ha still no , by revealing the confusion Naomi felt before the incident happened, like Naomi kissing Will and that this was what Naomi was running away from all those times before.

However, she automatically assumes her dad is innocent in the whole matter.

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