Future Lost (Future Shock #3)

Future Lost (Future Shock #3)

It?s been a year since Elena and Adam were first recruited by Aether Corporation and six months since they destroyed the accelerator, finally putting an end to Project Chronos and their involvement with Aether. Now they?re trying to move on with their lives. Elena?s in college and Adam is working on making genicote, his cure for cancer, safe for the public. But genicote has It?s been a year since Elena and Adam were first recruited by Aether Corporation and six months since they de...

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Title:Future Lost (Future Shock #3)
Author:Elizabeth Briggs
Rating:
Genres:Science Fiction
ISBN:0807526894
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:256 pages pages

Future Lost (Future Shock #3) Reviews

  • Laura
    Mar 21, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

  • Sarina
    May 05, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

  • Katie
    Dec 08, 2017

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

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  • Jenn
    Dec 02, 2017

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

  • Darcy
    May 13, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

  • Shelley
    Mar 16, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

  • Carien
    Mar 18, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

  • Elizabeth Briggs
    Feb 20, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

  • Amy A
    Mar 29, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

  • Meli
    Oct 23, 2017

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

  • Shane
    Apr 04, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

  • Becky
    Apr 04, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

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  • Amy
    Apr 11, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

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    The final book in the trilogy has Elana and Adam once again going to the future and finding out terrible things. Can they finally stop it once and for all? ARC from NetGalley. ...

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  • Lorna
    Mar 03, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

  • Monique
    Mar 31, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

  • Kate's Corner
    Oct 17, 2017

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

  • Rachel
    Oct 21, 2017

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

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    The final book in the trilogy has Elana and Adam once again going to the future and finding out terrible things. Can they finally stop it once and for all? ARC from NetGalley. ...

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  • Sabine
    Apr 03, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

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  • Rita
    Apr 09, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

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  • Laurie Covington
    Nov 19, 2017

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

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    The final book in the trilogy has Elana and Adam once again going to the future and finding out terrible things. Can they finally stop it once and for all? ARC from NetGalley. ...

  • Stephanie
    Jun 12, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

  • Sharon
    May 30, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

  • Aly
    Apr 15, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

  • Deborah E Kehoe
    Apr 07, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

  • Peyton
    Mar 22, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

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    ...

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    The final book in the trilogy has Elana and Adam once again going to the future and finding out terrible things. Can they finally stop it once and for all? ARC from NetGalley. ...

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  • Cassie James
    Nov 03, 2016

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

  • jelly_ace
    Apr 19, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

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    The final book in the trilogy has Elana and Adam once again going to the future and finding out terrible things. Can they finally stop it once and for all? ARC from NetGalley. ...

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  • Catalina
    Jun 10, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

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  • Bryan Alkire
    May 25, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

  • Allie
    Jun 03, 2018

    This is just my opinion. I was stoked when I got this book and I think that my expectations were just too high. I don?t really know what to say about this book. The plot is solid with the Black Friday virus but see my mini rant below. It is well written but there was too much...

    Third and final(I think) book of this trilogy, Future Lost brought the series to an end with an exciting and edge of your seat at times adventure. But then, I could say the say the same thing about each of these books. Just a heads up, spoilers concerning book one are coming up. I t...

    Hay sinopsis y no puedo aceptarla, no, no. No tolero que Adam actúe como un idiota. Él es un bebu, brillante y lo amo. No un Gary Stu de turno, ¡qué es esto Elizabeth! *esto no cambia que voy a leer y amar el libro* *tengo la esperanza de que todavía se pueda salvar a Trent y Zoe...

    I have not read the first two books in this series. But I didn't feel too bad, because I didn't feel too lost. I think I would've benefited from reading the first two books first, though. I don't usually like a lot of time travel and Sci-fi but this book not bad. Elena and Adam were ch...

    Future Lost had my emotions all over the place. I was switching between excitement and frustration. One minute I'm annoyed with Adam for still keeping secrets from Elena and acting foolishly when he's not even good at taking care of himself or helping anyone else for that matter. The n...

    When I learned there would be FUTURE LOST, I was ecstatic! And to my utter astonishment, while it is book 3 in the Future Shock trilogy, Elizabeth Briggs does such a outstanding job at recapping what happened previously in such a concise and crystal-clear manner, that a newcomer to the...

    Arggg, I wanted to scream for so much of this book. I hated how no one talked to each other, which then caused them to keep going back to change things, but each time they fucked up things worse than before. By the end it was a cluster!! I was surprised that things were fixed so easily...

    I loved the first two books in this trilogy, so pre-ordered this book so I could get my trotters on it as soon as it released. And this is a really cool conclusion to the trilogy. The time travelling is again not perfect. The way they travel through time is only possible if they'...

    The final book in the Future Shock trilogy! ...

    Thanks to the publisher for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review, This doesn't in any way influence my opinion on it. Future Lost is the last book in this thrilling and exciting series. It's really amazing reading Future Lost as it's so clear that they are not the sam...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* YA / Science Fiction / Time Travel / Dystopian *Rating* 3.5 *Thoughts* Future Lost, by author Elizabeth Briggs, is the third and final installment in the author's Future Shock trilogy. Elena Martinez thought she was done with time traveling, Aether Co...

    Originally posted at Vampire Book Club Note:This review assumes you've read the two previous books in the trilogy. Read at your own risk if you haven't. It?s been a full year since Elena first got involved with the Aether Corporation and agreed to go into the future under the g...

    Elena and Adam have traveled to the future several times, initially as part of a team hired by a tech firm, Aether Corporation. Each time they have traveled, they have seen different visions of what their future would be like, and those future?s keep getting more and more grim. After...

    AW Teen and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of Future Lost. I was under no obligation to review this book and my opinion was freely given. Readers of the first two books of the trilogy, Future Shock and Future Threat, will have few surprises regarding the plot of Futur...

    I never thought one of my favourite sci-fi series would get a deus-ex machina sort of ending, or such an untwisty villain or unravelling of plots! It's sad, really. I would've loved getting this sort of ending in the first book, maybe even in the second book, but this third and final b...

    I received this as a digital ARC from Edelweiss for an honest review. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Future Shock series. I flew through all three of these very recently. This series, as a whole, has a little bit of everything. There's love, friendship, time travel, scienc...

    3.5 stars Pretty solid if somewhat predictable finale (bonus points for not going quite where most of these time travel romances seem to go) to a pretty solid series. ...

    Good characters but cliche plot ...

    The book failed the "can you get away without reading the first book?" test. Had I read it, I might have cared about the characters but as it was... DNF. Plus, the multiple timelines part? Just didn't make sense. ARC provided by publisher ...

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