Friday, July 18, 2008

Review: The Adoration of Jenna Fox

The Adoration of Jenna Fox

Mary E. Pearson

Jenna Fox has just woken up from a coma. Her parents told her that she was in an accident about a year ago. However, Jenna doesn’t remember. She doesn’t remember what her name is, her family, or anything from her life. She can figure out from the way her parents act around her that she’s the center of their world.

They try to help her remember who she was by showing her home videos from her past. Slowly, she begins to remember little pieces. But she knows enough to realize that something’s not right. She has memories of her grandmother being kind to her, but now it seems as if she hates Jenna. Her fingers don’t lace together quite right. What’s wrong with her? What really happened with the accident?

The Adoration of Jenna Fox was such a moving novel. Jenna’s struggle to find out who she really is was interesting. I really enjoyed the views I got into Jenna’s character since a good portion of the novel are Jenna’s thoughts. I would have loved to hear more about some of the other characters, but overall it was an amazing novel.


Adamgv said...

Women need to be empowered more in general. They need to use their looks for good rather than use them for personal selfish persuits. That's why I like Megan Fox. She shows that women can do things besides just look good. When you get a moment check out: .

Lenore said...

I so need to read this!!

The Book Muncher said...

i'm getting this book soon and i am way excited. it looks really good :D

Reviewer X said...

I LOVED this book. So amazing! Mary E Pearson was officially placed on my Authors To Watch list soon as I finished it.