“The Future of Us” by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler

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What would you do without Facebook? In 1996, the year Josh and Emma first encounter the Internet, there is no Facebook. But for some mysterious reason, when Emma sets up her new computer given to her by her father as a “guilt gift” after her parents’ divorce, she is able to log on to Facebook. There she is able to see her future and the future of her friends and family.

This is a story that is compelling, but also starts the reader thinking: What would you do if you could see the future? Would you want to know your future? Would you change your destiny? Co-authored by Jay Asher (“Thirteen Reasons Why”) and Carolyn Mackler (“The Earth, My Butt, and other Big Round Things”), it’s part historical fiction (readers find out what life was like way back in the 1990s), part romance, and part science fiction.

Check out this book or put it on hold.

–Lori Kerce

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