The Adjustment by Suzanne Young
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Suzanne Young only gets better and better with the world of The Program - and by that, I mean that she makes the Program ever more sinister, especially in the books that both precede and succeed the original duology. Even with the Program gone, the world in this latest novel still suffers from having ever had it in the first place - especially the teenagers who are still too afraid to not only express their emotions, but to emote, period. And while there's the promise of a memory-retrieval method called the Adjustment, if you know this series, you know it's too good to be true. But you don't know just how mind-screwy this book really is until you read through it all.
I should warn you - whatever you do, do NOT read the diagram of the books in the series that precedes this book. It reveals the title of the upcoming sixth novel, The Complication, but gives just enough info about it that it kinda spoils this one. Avoid that diagram at all costs and you'll get Suzanne Young's best book yet.
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