This was a nice book. It wasn't as spectacular and dramatic as 13 Reasons Why, it was just nice. The writing was a little bit boring, but I do like the plot and how creative it is.
Its 1996, and Emma gets a new computer and CD-ROM. She and her friend Josh use the computer and find themselves on Facebook, and what happens 15 years from now. Josh and Emma see their future, and find that it's better not to mess with the future.
See, this book sounded really creative, but........ It just fell flat. The characters were too ordinary, and I didn't learn a lot about them. The Future Of Us, writing wise, felt average. Why I gave this book a 3.5 stars is it was creative, but the writing wasn't amazing enough to wow me.