The year is 1996 and Josh and Emma are neighbors. One day, Josh's family receives a free AOL CD-ROM that allows him to access the internet and they stumble across a website called Facebook. But Facebook hasn't been created yet and they have no idea what is going on when they see their very own Facebook page 15 years in the future. With this power, they can tell what they become, who they marry, and where they end up. Very neat as long as you're happy with what you see. But what they soon discover is that even the smallest life change they make now can have a huge impact on where they end up.
This was a very fun read. Quick, fast-paced, and not too thought-provoking, this story flows nicely and keeps the reader guessing whats going to happen next. This book is geared towards YA so keep that in mind when the writing seems a bit juvenile but don't let that stop you. I had this baby read in about a day and a half because I honestly have never read any book like it before or after.
I love to read and to discuss books. My preferred genre is sci-fi but I like to read mostly anything.