Book Review | Take Me Tomorrow by Shannon A. Thompson

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange of an honest review.

Title: Take Me Tomorrow

Author: Shannon A. Thompson


Age: Young Adult

Genres: Sci-Fi, Dystopian

Publication Date:  July 17th 2014

Publisher: AEC Stellar Publishing, Inc. 

Source: E-Book

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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. 

My Rating: 

My Thoughts

This is my first time reading any work written by Shannon A. Thompson and I thoroughly enjoyed this book.

Take Me Tomorrow is YA Dystopian novel that follows 16 year old Sophia Gray during a war between the state and supporters of Tomo, a clairvoyant drug. She is dragged into this along with her family and has to find a way to survive. She comes across a boy named Noah which is when things really pick up more.

Sophia was a very kickass young lady trying to survive in this "new world" during a war in which her family is dragged into. She was tough where some characters would grow weak.

Noah is a handsome yet dangerous young man who becomes the love interest in this story. He's on the run because he's against the state. He is an addict of the clairvoyant drug. I didn't like how he constantly put Sophia in harms way, especially her family.

The romance between Sophia and Noah took its time to brew and create something wonderful between them which I think is perfect for a YA dystopian novel.

This was a good read for me. I enjoyed the plot so much because it kept me interested in knowing more about Sophia, the war and the drug. This was a fast paced read which is always a plus for me!

The writing style and narration of this story are pretty good. There wasn’t a ton of world building but I still was able to get an okay feel of the world.

Definitely plan to read more from Shannon!

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  1. Thank you for reading Take Me Tomorrow!


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