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That's a book that drives you to several "what if?" Questions.
Guides you from grieving to hope.
Keeps you sad and wondering.
Beautiful, couldn't put it down. A poignant memorable story about memory & identity. Can't wait for more from the author!Published 6 months ago by Michael Stoller
I kept reading thinking something more was coming. But it just didn't happen. It was still a good book and I enjoyed story but was expecting more d suspense.Published 10 months ago by Belle
Lacked passion. Perhaps that was the intent. To describe his emptiness. It was hard to empathize with the hero. Liked the uncle. Read morePublished 12 months ago by s.k.bass
I had high hopes for this book based on the back cover text. It doesn't achieve what it set out to do. Read morePublished 14 months ago by RT
This book tackles some fascinating questions - are identity and memory the same thing, or are they different? Who would you be without your memories? Read morePublished 22 months ago by Book Lady
This was a painful quest. From a personal point of view almost intolerable. Painful. Perhaps I'm not introspective enough. It makes me so very sad. Without any answersPublished on November 7, 2013 by same