Book Review: Six Months Later by Natalie D. Richards

Review : 4.2 stars out of 5six months

Age recommended : Tweens and up

Six Months Later is an amazing book.  I couldn’t put it down because each page brought new realizations and Natalie Richards kept me guessing throughout the book. She combined normal high school life with the difficulties of SAT prep and  the intrigue of memory loss. Who else can better relate to that than us teens.    🙂

Chloe’s life was working out great with her friend Maggie but one day, everything changed. Maggie’s speech impediment brought a trouble upon Chloe that changed her life forever. She fell asleep in study hall and when she woke up, she had no recollection of the past six months. The calendar said November and there was snow falling outside instead of the forget-me-not’s that were supposed to be blooming.

Chloe was a mediocre student who passed the SAT’s with an exceptional score. There was only one problem; she didn’t remember taking the SAT’s. Although, every time she touched something familiar she would have a flashback.

The rest I’m not going to tell you because I just know you’re going to read the book and find out what happens.           🙂


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