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Sunday, March 29, 2015

Take Me Tomorrow by Shannon A. Thompson

I was given a copy of this book for an honest review. Honestly, I enjoyed it. The idea behind the plot is simple yet intriguing. Below is my review.

Take Me Tomorrow is an exciting, quick dystopian read. The setting reminded me something of Hunger Games, in our world but different. A huge massacre changed society, the drug tomo center stage. The end result the government set up new stricter laws. Travelling is difficult to do, children can’t be out after a certain time in the late evening, and if child is caught with tomo in their system they are sent away. Tomo is a drug that causes its users to see the future. The side effects are its users appear older. It wears their bodies down.

Sophie is 16 years old and lives with her father who works for the government but is covertly a rebel. She meets “bad boy” Noah and learns of the ensuing war against tomo. Sophia is forced to make choices to protect her friends and family. She and her gang of teen rebel friends use their wits and courage to take a stand. The new war is only beginning. The end of Take Me Tomorrow begs for a sequel.

Shannon A. Thompson puts a unique twist on the battle of right and wrong. Each page of the novel is packed with explosive teen action as they forge onward. The characters full and vibrant are sure to be loved and hated. 

A YA read sure to be loved by many!

Find Shannon A. Thompson here:
Blog: http://shannonathompson.com/

Amazon- Take Me Tomorrow


  1. Thank you for reading Take Me Tomorrow!

  2. Sounds interesting! Thanks for posting. (I don't care if "no agents are taking on dystopian," I still enjoy reading it)