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I Remember You

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Hallie Evers has just had one of the worst days of her life and after partying a little too hard, her heart stops and she "dies". But she is revived by a doctor who happens to be at the same party. The trouble is, now she is having vivid memories that aren't hers and it seems there are people following her that want to harm her.

Brian Freeman is in my top 5 favorite authors. I particularly love the Stride series. He has been venturing into some new territory with his non-Stride novels and I am always on the fence about whether I want to read them, because I do not like anything that ventures anywhere close to sci-fi, or things that could not happen in real life. In fact, I never would have read this book if it was written by someone else. So, I am glad it was written by this author, otherwise I would have missed out. I really enjoyed this book and it didn't go so far outside the realm of possibility to turn me off. There were 2 mysteries, what happened to Hallie, which was answered midway through and then what was happening in the memories she was having, which was an intriguing mystery. I thought it was great.

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Hallie Evers is dead. She died at a wild party in Las Vegas. Some time later, she comes to in the hospital , where she has obviously been revived. Strangely there is no sign of the doctor who saved her life, but even more worrying, Hallie has memories of people she has never known and places she she has never visited. Terrified and confused, she sets out to find the places that are so vividly alive in her mind. Has she been reincarnated? How can she have another person’s memories along with her own? And is the murder she recalls real? I enjoyed this story about the possibility of soul transference, cellular memory and a host of other tantalizing possibilities

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This book is a slow burner, but once the action begins, I started liking it. The audiobook version will be even better. If you're looking for a more immersive experience, I'd suggest you to get the audiobook. A good afternoon read it was. Overall a good read.

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