Aaron Soto doesn’t quite buy into the Leteo Institute’s claim of changing, or altogether erasing, your memories; it can’t be that easy, right? What would Aaron want to forget; he has a great girlfriend, friends that he can pass the time with, and a mother and brother that are there when he needs them. Yet, after befriending a boy named Thomas, Aaron is forced to confront the truth about himself, the fact that he is gay. This changes the way everyone looks at him, and suddenly the Leteo Institute doesn’t sound so bad. Adam Silvera ripped my heart out (and made me shed more than a few tears) with this stunning novel that makes us think of what we want to remember, and what we should remember.