The Bourne Identity is one of my favorite movies ever. Sure, super-spy with amnesia sounds a bit cliche, but there's just something about that kind of plot that is just so gosh darn cool. So of course, I just couldn't resist reading False Memory.
I was ecstatic to find that it wasn't just some cliche plot. Yeah, it started out sounding a bit familiar, but the further I delved into this book, more originality and complete awesomeness was found. The pacing was fantastic. There was not a single moment in this book in which I was not entirely engrossed. Krokos has a serious gift for his narrative. Every action scene (There are many, I assure you) is explained in such satisfying detail, each fight sequence so intricate that you will never want to put this book down, even after you've finished it.
With some more mature content in this book, I wouldn't recommend it to anybody who isn't at least an older teen. However, if you're comfortable with this material, you are in for one heck of a ride.