When seventeen-year-old Jenna awakes from a year-long coma she doesn't even remember her name. At first she is in a daze, unable to think clearly about anything, but as she gradually recuperates memories and questions begin to surface in her mind. Not only are the memories that are coming back to her strange, but so is her parent's behavior. Why did they move to an old home in a remote country location just days before she woke up? And why are they so hesitant to let other people see her?
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Review of "The Adoration of Jenna Fox" by Mary E. Pearson