Memory Walker by Carly Marino

Memory Walker by Carly Marino
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Young Adult
Length: Full length (341 pages)
Age Recommendation: 16+
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Chamomile

Imagine having the power to view someone’s past at the briefest touch of their skin.

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Cole unveils out-of-this-world dangers she never imagined existed. Even worse, her own past is her greatest fear. The deeper she falls, the more turmoil and heartbreak she crashes into. Dreams of fitting in dissolve when she must protect herself from things far more terrifying than high school rumors.

Having the ability to see (and experience) the memories of anyone who touches you really sucks…At least that’s what Thea Scott thinks at first. This story starts out interesting, and as we get to know the mysterious boy that Thea meets, it gets even better!

I loved the characters in this story, and learn about their abilities as we unravel the mystery surrounding Thea. This story is unique and well written, plus easy to read, and hard to put down! I got a little bit of ‘I Am Number Four’ vibes, plus some ‘Whisper’ by Lynette Noni while reading this, but since I enjoyed both series, it makes me all the more excited to read more of this series too!

If I had one complaint, and the reason this isn’t 5 easy stars, it that there’s one point where things become slightly rushed, making it hard to follow the action and who was friend and who was foe for a short time. It clears up, but that one part does disturb the easy flow the read of the book had. It does lead to an interesting ending though, and after reading this, I was excited to read the next book, always a good sign!

Overall this story was full of steam and mystery, with action and supernatural abilities that served to add even more to the story. If, like me, you enjoy YA romance with a dash of Sci-fi and characters with super-powers, you won’t want to miss this one!

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