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Teen review: Remember This by S.T. Underdahl

My name is Jenna. I go to a high school where I’m part of the marching band and the cheerleading squad. I’m pretty busy, but I always find time to read. I’m also very creative and I like doing little crafts out of random things I find.



Remember This by S.T. Underdahl

The book, “Remember This”, is a story about a teenage girl named Lucy. Lucy has a best friend named Sukie and a family that she loves; specifically, a Nana that she’s become extremely close with.

Lucy has to deal with the embarrassing news that she didn’t make it for the cheerleading team, but her best friend did. Lucy’s nana, Nana Lucy, is now coming to live with her family, because of the Alzheimer’s Disease that’s taking over her health.

Lucy’s life seems to be getting worse and worse in every possible way. Sukie and Lucy stop being friends because of a boy. Nana Lucy’s memory is declining and she seems to be truly losing her mind. Lucy seems lost when the two people that she thought she knew the most are leaving her life in one way or another.

This book was actually really good and it had a great storyline. This book should definitely be read by anyone that has seen a loved one go through Alzheimer’s Disease, and even people that haven’t, because this novel proves that you shouldn’t take anything for granted, especially your mind-power, because it could be taken away from you. When you read this novel, you will experience Lucy’s love and heartbreak, and also her ability to just care.

One Response

  1. Thanks for the nice review, Jenna, and thanks for reading REMEMBER THIS. You made my day! Have a great summer!

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