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A year ago I had woken up with no memory of who I was. No one seemed to know anything about me and for months the police investigated only to find nothing. The only thing I had was a necklace with the name Angela Starr.

The government gave me an ID with that name and let me enroll in a community college to get my GED. All the psychologists that they had examine me thought that would be best and going to school might jog some memories since they figured I was in my late teens. Well, it did, as I ran into a boy my age that I felt I knew, but before I could fully recover those memories, we found ourselves being chased into a portal that led to the other side of the universe.

But why did this other planet seem so familiar?

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A lighthearted and fun stand alone YA Sci Fi book!

This has a fun and interesting beginning of the story in Portland Oregon and feels like a slice of life as we follow Angela's story. Angela and Emerich (sp? because Audiobook) are both great characters and there is some interesting world building that develops in the story. a definite recommend for ya space opera readers!