by Gabrielle Zevin
If life had gone differently, Naomi may never had been adopted and grown up on the streets of Russia. If life had gone differently, Naomi may never have tripped, hit her head, and woken up with amnesia. Now she can’t remember a single thing about the last four years of her life. She has a boyfriend, but she can’t remember why she likes him, or why she would want to work her fingers to the bone for yearbook. As Naomi struggles to fill in the blanks, she discovers this just might be an opportunity to live her life differently.