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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 24, 2013

    Nooooppe

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    Posted October 6, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 13, 2014

    Memory's Past~ Things Waiting to be Forgotten

    Memory was born to Muse, a mad lone wolf with one eye, and Savara. They met by accident and agaist pack laws, but Savara was drawn to him. Muse left her after he learned she was going to bear his pups, for he knew her pack would kill him and worse. Savara was demon possessed from the first week of her pups' life until her death. She was prophecied to have 2 pups of a loner's kin, both a light to the world. Yet a third pup was misplaced by the Great Eternal Pack, and he was horrifying. A pest since his first breath, Savara named him Asio, meaning evil in the ancent language of all of the greatest birds. From them moment Asio opened his eyes, he hated everything and everyone, and no one ever knew why. He seemed to whisper "Death, darkness, and destruction" everywhere he went. Once strong enough and after being secretly trained by his father to kill, he was ready. Asio killed both Savara and Mira, his blind sister. Memory hardly managed to escape, and ran for his life. He entered a time of deep depression and dispair. He lived alone for a year before stumbling upon MacMoon Pack. He adored Luna at first sight, and eventually became her mate. She later had their first small litter of 4 pups: Kolo, Trodden, Neka, and Moonlight. Memory lived happily with his pack until one day, Asio showed up. He attacked with threateningly accurate skills and vowed to destroy the pack, Memory, and everything he loved. The battles raged back and forth for a long while until Luna bravely killed Asio. Asio had one son whom he never met, who gave him grandchildren later on. After that, Memory never regained his full strength. He went on long trips to far away places meant to help him increase his knowledge. But every time he returned, he became older and older... and weaker and weaker. One day, Memory returned and was at his very worst. He died that day, but the Great Eternal Pack preserved his soul into a pup's body, and the pup was named Remember. But later, MacMoon Pack died out, and Remember dissappeared along with Memory's soul. He lived in the Great Eternal Pack until they decided he was to return as Memory again. To this day, Memory's soul is back in his original healed body as he leads the reforming MacMoon Pack once more, hoping to see Luna, the love of his life, very soon. <p>
    •~Memory~•

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2009

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    nice read

    I picked this book up at a very unique neighborhood bookstore where they only carry 1-2 copies of each book. I wondered through the alphabet to J authors & stumbled on Ward Just - & am so glad that I did. Forgetfulness is a very thought provoking story about love, sophisticated personalities, revenge, solitude. I enjoy stories that keep you reading but also keep you thinking. Nice read. I will pick up a 2nd Ward Just book soon.

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  • Posted July 18, 2009

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    A challenging read

    This is the second book I have read by Ward Just. I find there is a lot to think about in his novels. Some other observations: the stories don't end the way you expect them to and setting and description are very important to the novels. If you are looking for an author with a different style, try a novel by Ward Just.

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