Two years after the massacre, the State enforces stricter rules and harsher punishments on anyone rumored to support tomo – the clairvoyant drug that caused a regional uprising.
But sixteen-year-old Sophia Gray has other problems.
Between her father’s illegal forgery and her friend’s troubling history, the last thing Sophia needs is an unexpected encounter with a boy.
He’s wild, determined, and one step ahead of her. But when his involvement with tomo threatens her friends and family, Sophia has to make a decision: fight for a future she cannot see or sacrifice her loved ones to the world of tomorrow.
I loved this book. I’ve read Shannon’s other 2 books, and they are a completely different genre, the way this book ended, I am rooting for more?
I would like to thank Shannon, for kindly providing me with a copy of Take me Tomorrow to read and review.
Take Me Tomorrow is set in a dystopian era, although I will admit this, little detail was a little slow in becoming our knowledge, nevertheless, I still enjoyed the storyline behind it.
“Someone who doesn’t know if tomorrow will come would rather live every day twice than live it once.”
A drug called tomo has been created and the hallucinogenic effects it creates has caused a life long war between people and government
Sophia has to find the truth behind secrets that have been kept for years by those closest to her; she pushes forward, even when there is danger, even knowing that the truth could drastically change her life, because her conscience will not allow her to just walk away.
“No one knows if tomorrow is coming,” I argued, but he stepped outside. He stretched his arm above his head, and his back rose as he sucked in a deep breath. “Tomorrow can take me,” he said. “I don’t need today, anyway.”
Once the action starts it doesn’t stop. There are twists and turns that will keep the reader engaged
“We hadn’t won the war, but we had won the battle”
Thompson always creates likeable and believable characters in her books, she unravels the mystery slowly for us, never giving us enough information when we want it, and then hitting us with a BAM load!
About The Author:
At sixteen, Shannon A Thompson became the young-adult author of “November Snow.” In 2012, Shannon became a published poet. Both of her published works are dedicated to lost loved ones, her mother and her roommate. Her latest novel, “Minutes Before Sunset,” released May 1st by AEC Stellar Publishing. The award-winning, young-adult, paranormal romance is the first novel in A Timely Death series, and the second book is expected to release in March of 2014. Her first short story, Sean’s Bullet, was published in an anthology in October of 2013.
She recently graduated from the University of Kansas with a bachelor’s degree in English. She also works as a Social Media Marketing Manager.
Shannon spends her free time writing, but she loves spending time with her father and brother. She also has one black cat named after her favorite actor, Humphrey Bogart.