The Adoration Of Jenna Fox by Mary Pearson

October 3, 2008 at 1:50 pm Leave a comment

Jenna can touch her fingers together but can not make them criss-cross. Her feet drag on the floor as she tries to walk and her memory is full of nothing except enormous encyclopedic information. Nothing feels real about who seventeen year-old Jenna Fox should be. Her family tells her it is because of the accident she had over a year ago. She has just awoken from a coma with perfect skin, a brilliant mind void of any knowledge of her past and living as far away as possible from her original home. She is without a prince to help her awaken from her surreal world until she meets him at her new school. Slowly she begins to unravel the truth behind why she is not disfigured, why she is two inches shorter and why everyone hates her. Jenna doesn’t remember much of her former life and wonders if the faint voices she hears in her memories belong to her or someone else. Fiction, 12 ā€“ 16 (Science Fiction). (Review by Kate Colquitt, Greenburgh)


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