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Forget to Remember

Forget to Remember

3.3 8
by Alan Cook

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6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)

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Forget to Remember 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book. Likable characters. Lots of twists and turns to keep you guessing.
Wildbriar More than 1 year ago
The first book of the Carol Golden series finds Carol without an identity or memory of her past when she is hit on the head and left in a Dumpster to die. Rescued by a young man named Rigo, she has many ups and downs while attempting to find out who she is. She even tries DNA matching, which is getting to be more and more popular, and travels to England. This is an exciting book with a number of twists and turns.
MSWPwriter More than 1 year ago
Amnesia, DNA, genealogy. Who is Carol really and who is trying to kill her? She will travel across the country and on to England before she finds the answers. Since government is no help to her, she has to survive on her own wits and deal with people who want to use her for their own purposes. A good read.
readerbynight More than 1 year ago
A very intriguing and entertaining mystery, the first I've read by this author, though he has written several books. Alan Cook knows how to engage his readers and keep them guessing. The plot opens with the discovery by a restaurant kitchen worker of a naked bloody body of a female in a dumpster behind the restaurant. There is a slight pulse and she is transported to the hospital. Once she comes back to consciousness, she has amnesia, no memory of either her past or what happened to her. And so the mystery begins. Rigo, who found the girl, feels a need to become her protector and feels responsible for taking care of her once she is released from the hospital. Because he lives with his parents, they invite her to stay with them, she has nowhere else to go and no identity. In fact, because she has amnesia and no one has reported a girl missing, no ID was found at the scene, she has become a non-person. This is significant because as a non-person she can not become a "person", not a citizen of anywhere, no fingerprints on file, she can not get proof of birth, driver's licence, can not travel anywhere, and literally has no record of ever existing. This particular subject of the plot made me wonder how many people in the world are "non-persons" for whatever reason. She decides to go by the name of Carol Golden for the time being. Little by little she comes up with a thought that makes her wonder if it's a memory. Playing a game with Rigo she finds herself thinking in binary and realizes she must have been proficient at math. California doesn't feel right as where she lived, she feels more drawn to the east. I was fascinated with this process in the book. I think Alan Cook was very diligent in dealing with this process. I don't think I found any anachronisms overlooked as hidden memories, that is to say I don't think anything was said or thought of out of context. A few searches for missing people do not turn up any leads, but a friend of Rigo's family has more connections and ideas and locates a possibility in North Carolina. The lawyer for that case sends Carol papers so she can fly out east. However, the missing girl's grandmother says no, this is not Cynthia. A dead end. But she now has a feeling she was recently in England. Especially when she rents a car and finds herself looking for a standard gear shift on her left, and feels she should be driving on the right. Carol is determined to follow her feelings, and follow them she does. With the papers and money the lawyer has supplied her with, she heads to England. Memories begin to become more cohesive though the mystery deepens as she struggles with the fact that her attack was not a one-time thing and she is still very much in danger. Will she find out the truth of her identity? Will she find her attacker or worse, will he find her? Or is he stalking her even now. This book has a lot of interesting detail, the unraveling of the mystery of Carol's identity and the final outcome bring the book to a fast-paced, exciting and surprising conclusion. A well plotted story I really enjoyed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book did flow smoothly. Some events had no signifigance to the story. I kept reading hoping it would all come together in the end. It did not.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was disappointed in this book. It starts out as a light read but just drags on. I dont think that sleeping with guys and nude modeling added anything to the story. I dont plan to read other books by this author
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My vision requires a black background with white print. This book refuses to change to white print.