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    review æ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó L.J. Cohen [PDF/EBOOK] Future Tense L.J. Cohen Ó 7 Read I received a copy of this book through a Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest reviewThe premise of this book was interesting and the story was easy to read with its simplistic writing style Readers of any age will be able to get through it uicklyThe plot had an interesting concept with Matt seeing bad things before they happen but having no control or ability to change the outcome I did find that the story dragged in places and s

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    [PDF/EBOOK] Future Tense L.J. Cohen Ó 7 Read Free download Future Tense Matt has a superpower and he hates it Not only does it show up randomly he can't control it or direct it or change it Knowing the future leads to heartbreak and fear feeling helpless It's a superpower he wishes didn't existWhen he

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    [PDF/EBOOK] Future Tense An action packed and heartfelt young adult novel Cohen balances multiple conflicts with grace and does not steer clear of

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    review æ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó L.J. Cohen L.J. Cohen Ó 7 Read Free download Future Tense Really awesome concept great characters Main character deals with a lot of real emotional problems while having a supernatural gift or curse depending on how you view it Well written and well developed Only reason for four stars There was a part in the middle where the story dragged a little bit as Matt came into his own F

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    [PDF/EBOOK] Future Tense review æ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó L.J. Cohen I received this through First Reads GiveawaysOverall I liked it The plot was a bit slow and draggy in places and at times the main character's self loathing and constant second guessing of himself really annoyed me But overall it was a fun book to read

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    [PDF/EBOOK] Future Tense review æ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó L.J. Cohen Matt is 17 going on 18 and haunted by visions of the future As a kid he'd had a vision of a fire and soon after his parents had died leaving him an orphan in and out of foster homes Mr and Mrs Powell who foster other children than Matt as well are good people but Matt worries that his visions of death and pain would envelop anyone he cares for—and they would die horribly and so all he looks for is to 'graduate' foste

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    L.J. Cohen Ó 7 Read [PDF/EBOOK] Future Tense This review is for the Kindle edition ebookDisclosure I was given my copy of this book by the author as a review copySuspen

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    L.J. Cohen Ó 7 Read [PDF/EBOOK] Future Tense A great novel is one that guides you along while giving your mind enough space to not only fill in the spaces but also personalise the story Future Tense does that in its terse and minimalist but clean and precise style It shows a hard situati

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    [PDF/EBOOK] Future Tense I absolutely loved this book The characters felt real there were no unnecessary kissy mc kissing scenes to populate the pages and the plight of the main character made total sense I loved the diversity of characters and the gritty feel to some of it It was very well done

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    review æ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó L.J. Cohen [PDF/EBOOK] Future Tense L.J. Cohen Ó 7 Read This book was on my kindle for month I'm glad I read it now I liked the characters and love building I wanted I was not so happy with the open ending I'm hoping there will be a seuel

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review æ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó L.J. Cohen review Ù Future Tense ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB In the ten years since his parents died in a fire he predicted but couldn't prevent seventeen year old Matt is trying to stay out of trouble biding his time until he ages out of foster care All he wants is for the world to leave him al. Matt has a superpower and he hates it Not only does it show up randomly he can t control it or direct it or change it Knowing the future leads to heartbreak and fear feeling helpless It s a superpower he wishes didn t existWhen he sees a future event for a girl Amara he s desperate to stop what he sees happening to her but everything he does seems to push her closer to the disaster rather than awayThat s a lot of weight on a 17 year old boy in the foster car system When he meets Amara s grandmother Rose he s baffled by her ability to see the future like he does but with far less detail she only gets a fortune teller s vague visions One thing Rose can teach Matt is how to read the clues of what leads to an event Maybe that little bit of foretelling will help Matt control his visionsFuture Tense is an absorbing YA read adult language warning Matt is a good kid We readers are rooting for him throughout We also hope he gets the girl and learns how to use those Tarot cardsMy only complaint and it s small is that I felt too much time was spent in Matt s head While he s tortured by re runs of events he saw but could not prevent we readers don t need to go through them every time Yes we know what the smell of smoke means after the first three or four mentions Leave the fifth through umpteenth in Matt s head and show us what s happening to him in the moment The action is well done and easy to visualize Like YA paranormals with tortured teens trying to overcome obstacles You ll like Future Tense The end is satisfying but does allow for additional books in the series I d love to see Matt learn to control his visions and begin to use them for good

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Future Tense

review æ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó L.J. Cohen review Ù Future Tense ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB To push her away he can't ignore the connection they've formed That's when glimpses of Amara's dangerous future start to invade the present a future he fears is his fault Now Matt has something to lose again and something to fight f. This review is for the Kindle edition ebookDisclosure I was given my copy of this book by the author as a review copySuspense crime and visions of the future combine to create a good story in this coming of age book about trying to do the right thingHis parents died in a fire he could not stop 10 years ago Now he is trying to keep people he knows from dying If he could stop seeing things he would The visions are worse then anything could ever be and pretty soon he can get out of the foster care system He just needs to stay out of trouble which appears to be impossible this yearI really liked this story I like the way the author was able to explain the visions the hero has I was glad to see adults take up the side of a good kid who appears to turn troublesome This coming of age story gives a good two sided view of how life can go topsy turvey when someone is really trying to do the right thing LJ Cohen writes because teens and young adults need books to read The better those books are the they want to read them This is one of the bestI recommend this book to teens young adults and other readers that enjoy a good book It is a coming of age story that might help the reader understand that not every wrong thing a teenager does is necessarily wrong I look forward to reading from this author

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review æ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó L.J. Cohen review Ù Future Tense ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB One so he won't be tortured by seeing someone's future he's powerless to change anyway But his plans for keeping himself aloof fail when he interrupts a vicious attack on Amara a girl he recognizes from school Despite his best attempts. I received this through First Reads GiveawaysOverall I liked it The plot was a bit slow and draggy in places and at times the main character s self loathing and constant second guessing of himself really annoyed me But overall it was a fun book to read

  • Paperback
  • 290
  • Future Tense
  • L.J. Cohen
  • English
  • 10 January 2018
  • 9780984787043