Title:Future Shock
Author : Elizabeth Briggs
Release date:01 Apr 2016
Rating : 3 Stars
Blurb :

Elena Martinez has hidden her eidetic memory all her life–or so she thinks. When powerful tech giant Aether Corporation selects her for a top-secret project, she can’t say no. All she has to do is participate in a trip to the future to bring back data, and she’ll be set for life. Elena joins a team of four other teens with special skills, including Adam, a science prodigy with his own reason for being there. But when the time travelers arrive thirty years in the future, something goes wrong and they break the only rule they were given: do not look into their own fates. Now they have twenty-four hours to get back to the present and find a way to stop a seemingly inevitable future from unfolding. With time running out and deadly secrets uncovered, Elena must use her eidetic memory, street smarts, and a growing trust in Adam to save her new friends and herself.

Review :

With “Future Shock” Elizabeth Briggs proves to be talented author and she has written a unique take on time travel.

Most of the time I avoid time travel books. But I thought that I would make an exception for this one as it sounded different to the others that I had given a try.
Elena Martinez is asked to take part in a ‘research project’ at Aether Corporation as she is a foster kid and requires a lot of money to be able to ease out of the system she takes this opportunity. Elena along with four other teenagers travel to future.
But not is all as it seems, where secrets and lies are discovered and where you don’t know who you can trust. As I said it is promising but there were just too many strange things for me in the future and in some parts I felt as if there was some information being repeated.
All in all I’m glad that I read the book but I don’t think that I will continue with the series.
3 ‘Not bad for a time travel but still not for me’ stars
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