I was so excited to read this book when I first saw it. I've read lots of good reviews pertaining to this book and I can't wait to see what it has for me. So here's what I thought:
A girl who forgot her past once she fall asleep is quite an interesting idea for a story. I'd say it's unique though some other compare this to the movie, 50 First Dates (which I loved). This, however have different twist since she sees and remembers her future--from what she's going to wear to school, whom she's going to talk to, and even what will happen to the people around her. I can't say I love London, though I admit she's extraordinary despite her condition. There are times I found her a bit annoying, and sometimes insensitive. Also, her relationship with Luke seemed too fast for me and not well-developed. On the other hand, I admire Luke a lot. He's handsome and hot, and he's a really nice guy. But I didn't feel the connection or the attraction between them, it felt like something is missing or lacking, which I still can't figure out yet.
The story is a fast read and I enjoyed it, though halfway across the book I wonder what the real mystery is about. I also felt that the heroine was more focused on her bestfriend's situation rather than her own. There are times that I thought it was all about her bestfriend Jamie. There are mysteries that suddenly unfolded and I was surprised with some of the revelations. But it seems that I had missed the climax of the story and I'm still wondering right now about some unsolved issues. Don't get me wrong, I like this book and I'm sure lots of the readers especially those who are fans of psychological drama and mysteries will enjoy it. I'm not just fully satisfied with the ending, nevertheless, I still recommend it, and I hope that if you read this book, you'll enjoy it more than I did.