The Meme Plague

By Angie Smibert
(Amazon Childrens Publishing, Hardcover, 9781477816608, 234pp.)

Publication Date: August 13, 2013

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Description
You, my friend, have been hacked. It begins with the name JONAS W. on the side of a cardboard coffin right before the funeral procession blows up. Then it's the whisper in the back of Micah's head: Your father betrayed his country. You can t always trust your own brain. Not when you have one of the mayor's mandatory chips in your skull. Micah knows that the chip developed by TFC (the corporation that runs the Therapeutic Forgetting Clinics) does more than just erase unpleasant memories it implants new ones. The MemeCast warns citizens to fight the hack. Micah and his friends have each lost something a parent, a relationship, a home, maybe even their own identities as they remembered them to be. But, together, they can make sure some things are never forgotten. Election Day is coming, and Mayor Mignon is set to be elected to Congress. It's time to build a new electronic frontier, one that's not controlled by the mayor and his cronies. It's time to get out the vote and shake up the system. It's time to finally say enough.



About the Author
Angie Smibert is the author of Memento Nora, as well as fiction and nonfiction articles for teens and adults. She blogs about dystopian fiction at the League of Extraordinary Writers blog: www.leaguewriters.blogspot.com. She lives in Virginia. Learn more about Angie and the Memento Nora series at www.angiesmibert.com and www.mementonora.com.
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