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The Future of Us. Home · The Future of Us Author: Jay Asher | Carolyn Mackler The Future of Life and the Future of our Civilization · Read more. Josh and Emma are about to discover themselves—fifteen years in the future It's , and Josh and Emma have been neighbors their whole lives. They've. What if you could see how your life would unfold--just by clicking a button? It's , and less than half of all American high school students have.

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Upcoming SlideShare. They power up and log on—and discover themselves on Facebook, fifteen years in the future.

Everybody wonders what their destiny will be. Josh and Emma are about to find out. Josh and Emma are looking at themselves fifteen years in the future.

And every time they refresh their pages, their futures change. Everybody wonders what their Destiny will be. More about Jay Asher. Join Reader Rewards and earn your way to a free book! Join Reader Rewards and earn points when you purchase this book from your favorite retailer.

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Buy the Audiobook Download: Apple Audible downpour eMusic audiobooks. I don't know why the hell it was a Printz Contender. It's quite possibly the most disappointing book I've ever read. Even more disappointing than Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows. It takes an epic premise and fails on every mark.

And then it doesn't even give us an ending.

It trudges along, through the mud of false suspense, and dies before it even gets out of the sludge. Now, before I continue this review, I should let you know that I am a teenager.

I'm seventeen and I have friends who are just as, or even more, vapid than the teenagers in this novel.

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Problem is, I have no interest in reading about idiots, no matter how realistic they are. I want dynamic, well written characters, not whiny teenage girls who worry about old condoms their best friends keep in their wallets. Hell, that doesn't even bother me -- when it's done the right way. Sara Zarr does it well. Elizabeth Scott does it well. These authors, in this book, failed on every account. As a contemporary novel, it fails. As a science-fiction novel, it fails.

As a fantasy novel, it fails. As a snap-shot of the 90's, it fails.

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I'm calling Miranda Cosgrove and Nathan Kress to star in this because at least they'd make it interesting. And that's not saying much. I'm not even a real 90's kid, and this reads like a fake rendition of what the 90's were. I have so many issues with this novel, I have to make a list.

Emma If you're suddenly given a portal into your future Facebook account, what do you do? Once you've changed your future and you're happy with your husband, what do you do now? After you've generally screwed everything up to the point where you're depressed and living in an unhappy marriage, what do you do now? Now that you've really fucked up your future, you decide to kiss your best friend, who absolutely adores you, in the hopes of having a drastic change in your future.

What do you do when he calls you out on your bullshit? If you answered d to any of the above, please defriend me and stop reading this review.

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I have no patience for you in my social sphere. Emma is quite honestly one of the most shallow characters I've ever had the displeasure to read about.

Which guy is hot, which guy isn't, and who she's going to marry. Seriously, her big one chapter resolution was about how she never gave herself to her boyfriend completely and she resolved to be more committed.

Eh, no. Her real problem is that she was a shallow bitch who didn't really care who she used to get what she wanted.

And she didn't really have goals outside of getting a hot husband, unless you count her fleeting commitment to getting into a decent college, which is dropped halfway through the novel to focus on her relationships.

There's nothing wrong with a novel that focuses on relationships -- when those relationships are interesting. The character development here is barebones at best. Kellan The award for biggest hypocritical misandrist goes to Kellan, Emma's best friend. Honestly, I couldn't have cared less about her plot line.

And, strange enough, it's never resolved. Just remember this bit of wisdom -- if a girl is leading you on and jerking your chain left and right, don't ever think about moving on because she might want you back. And if you go on a date, she has the right to be pissy, especially when she decided, that very week, to break up with her boyfriend and go on a date with another guy she talks about constantly.The girl needs to do something to secure her future otherwise end is not going to well.

The two main characters who used to be best friends said friendship ended when he misread her and attempted a kiss, only to be rejected , discover their future via Facebook, years before Mark Zuckerburg created the program, in the not so distant past of Reto Book Challenge: Paperback —. Through the magic of Facebook editing, which he knows nothing about, his life looks perfect.

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