When 17-year-old Ade Patience knocks himself unconscious, he can see the future. However, he's also addicted to the high he gets when he breaks the laws of physics.
When 17-year-old Ade Patience knocks himself unconscious, he can see the future. However, he's also addicted to the high he gets when he breaks the laws of physics. And while he's seen things he's wanted to change, Ade knows The Rule: You can't change the future, no matter how hard you try. His memory is failing, his high school grades are in a death spiral, and both Ade's best friend and his shrink are begging him to stop before he kills himself.
Luckily, the stunning Vauxhall Rodolfo recently transferred to his school and, just like Ade saw in a vision two years previously, they're destined to fall in love. It's just the motivation Ade needs to kick his habit. Only… things are a bit more complicated than that. Vauxhall has a powerful addiction of her own. And after a vision in which Ade sees himself murdering someone, he realizes he must break the one rule he's been told he can't. Ade and Vauxhall must work to overcome their addictions and find and consult others with powers like theirs in order to do the impossible: change the future.
Set in present day, but with sci-fi elements, K.Ryer Breese's novel "Future Imperfect" was extremely good, with non-stop twists and turns in the plot line, and a constant feeling of mystery, as if there was a a missing puzzle piece just out of reach.
This book had some mature content and language, and therefore, I recommend it for those over the age of 13. Those who liked the Hunger Games series will also enjoy this thrilling novel.