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Product Details

  • Series: Remember Me (Book 1)
  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Simon Pulse (November 27, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1416968199
  • ISBN-13: 978-1416968191
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (345 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #598,830 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From Publishers Weekly

Shari is dead, and she knows that she didn't kill herself. So rather than merging with the cosmos as other spirits do, she lingers near the world of the living, determined to find her murderer. Fortunately for Shari, she is not alone in the hereafter. She finds a kindred spirit in Peter, the ghost of a boy she went to high school with. The ethereal duo discover Shari's killer in time to prevent another murder. But their techniques are not typical: rather, they solve the mystery by spying on old friends, attempting to communicate through a Ouija board, entering people's dreams and confronting the darker aspects of their own souls. The novel's central mystery, though somewhat contrived, moves along briskly. Plenty of action combined with several creepy seance scenes keep the pages turning. However, although the novel makes it clear that both Peter and Shari would rather be alive, some may question the prudence of presenting young readers with such a seductive vision of life after death. Ages 12-up.
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About the Author

Christopher Pike is the author of more than forty teen thrillers, including the Thirst, Remember Me, and Chain Letter series. Pike currently lives in Santa Barbara, where it is rumored he never leaves his house. But he can be found online at ChristopherPikeBooks.com.

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Customer Reviews

A timeless mystery story.
Arlene M. Norman
It`s a very good story, lots of twists & turns to keep you intrigued and a good surprise ending!
Picky Patty
Couldn't put this book down once I started reading.
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32 of 42 people found the following review helpful By KMC on March 5, 2006
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Christopher Pike...I always wished I could meet this author in person to tell him how profoundly his books touched me. I am glad to see I'm not crazy and that 10-15 years later, I'm not the only one who will never forget his books and still remember the characters as vividly as the very first day I read about them.

I'm 28 years old, now, and still love re-reading this book. It's always been one of my favorites. What could be more intriguing than reading about a young girl, just like I was once, whose life ended too young?

Pike is the reason that I fell in love with reading. I hope that generations of teenagers since have discovered his stories. I'm now interested in reading his work for adults. Even this long after I first discovered his work, I still wish I could see some of his books made into movies.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ashleigh Kosniak on June 1, 2006
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The book Remember Me, by Christopher Pike, is a well written book about a young girl trying to solve a murder. Her murder. From beyond the grave. I thought the topic itself was very unique and intriguing itself. The concept of a girl struggling to prove herself innocent of suicide was originally and moving. I really liked how Christopher Pike didn't lower himself like most adult authors, but wrote as if young adults have a mind of their own, a brilliant mind at that.

Shari, the main character, is at a party and is killed. The police and her family and friends are all convinced it was suicide, but Shari knows she was murdered. Evidently so does one of the detectives. Shari finds an old friend of her's from school on the other side. Throughout the whole story Shari and Peter are stumbling upon some of the most unthinkable clues pointing to the one person that seems the most unlikely. Shari and Peter know they have to stop her murderer before she murders again. The one detective who doesn't believe in Shari's supposed suicide is the first to realize the true killer. He exposes the truth leaving Shari a form of a debt. In the end, Shari does the most she can for him and ends up giving him the most precious thing of all.

I would most definitely reccomend this book to anyone who loves mysteries. Especially mysteries that seem complicated and twisted, but have the simplest answer that's right in front of your face. If you want a good thriller with a hint of romance, read Remember Me by Christopher Pike.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bear on November 13, 2011
Format: Paperback
This book that reads a little like someone who has just read a 'how to' book on novel writing, which isn't a bad thing. All the plot strands are tied up and the story keeps moving until the end. The writing style can be a little stilted in places, but this didn't get in the way of the story. The 'whodunnit' element kept me guessing with a few double-bluffs and a nice touch at the ending.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "shoegalgracie" on May 13, 2002
Format: Paperback
Remember Me is a book that I pick up every so often and read the story is that powerful. Shari Cooper is dead. She doesn't realize it at first but when no one seems to see her it's the only thing that makes sense. But that's just the beginning of her problems everyone thinks Shari killed herself. They think she jumped off the balcony but Shari can't remember.
She knows she has to go into the light but how can she when everyone thinks that she killed herself. Shari has to clear her name and discovers secrets she could have never imagined. A book that will make you think of life and death in ways you never imagined. Christopher Pikes best book to date!
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 10, 1996
Format: Hardcover
I read this book while going on a vacation because I had
nothing else to read... Now I am extremely glad that I did!
I have read several of Christopher Pike's books, and I have
enjoyed all, but I find Remember Me to be the most
intriguing because of his individualistic look into death
and the life after.
It is a story about a young girl named Shari Cooper
who dies and meets her old friend, Peter, who had died
earlier. Together, they try to convince a cop who is
looking into Shari's death that she did not kill herself and
that she was murdered. She faces many dificulties while
trying to perform this task including her very close
brother's pain of losing her, old secrets about who she
really is, and the mysterious way of life after death.
Pike introduces many concepts of life and death,
especially in the sequals of Remember Me. This is one of
the things I enjoyed most about this book. Although it is
sad, it helped me realize all the things I want to do before
I die. Pike's aspects of life and death are overwhelming
but comforting in a way. I think, What if it were true that
we can go on and live after death?
I think that you should read this book because it
provides an excellent story as well as many concepts, ideas,
and a happy ending (if there ever was one) about death.
Shari Cooper is the perfect character for this book and
Christopher Pike is the perfect writer for the job.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "melissajean" on September 7, 2000
Format: Mass Market Paperback
If you have never been exposed to Mary Higgins Clark's enthralling brand of suspense, this is the place to begin. "Remember Me" contains what I believe to be her most ingenius plot device ever, right up there with Agatha Christie's "Ten Little Indians" and "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd." A real mystery buff's mystery combined with Clark's typical flair for weaving in a romantic yet not distracting subplot that helps you really care about the characters and what happens to them. This is one of the big differences between Christie and Clark, in my view. With Christie's mysteries you always hang breathlessly upon the outcome of the mystery itself; with Clark it is not only the solution that keeps you reading (often for far too long!) but a genuine attachment to at least the main character. And sometimes even to an engaging, highly likeable killer! The comely killer caper keeps the reader from noticing what in retrospect, always in retrospect!, are fairly well defined clues. We begin thinking with our feelings, glossing over the obvious, something that never befell a Hercule Poirot or a Miss Marple, but often misleads Mary Higgins Clark's heroine. And then when the awful, horrifying truth finally begins to dawn, sometimes suddenly ,sometimes bit by bit, we feel angry and betrayed by the killer, much like Miss Clark's protagonist often does. If only she would make her killers loathesome types it would be easier to keep an eye on them. Oh, she has her loathesome characters all right, and sometimes they turn out to be the killer, but you can never be sure. The rule I've found most useful: suspect everyone but the heroine. I wonder how I'd feel if one of Miss Clark's books tagged the female protagonist with the crime. It would be a nightmare.
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