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Remembering
     

Remembering

3.7 9
by Mac Zazski
 

When her best friend's daughter Tara becomes the victim of terrifying nightmares, Doctor Melissa Banner is called upon to unlock the mystery. As she delves more deeply into Tara's dreams, Doctor Banner must face the frightening realization that Tara may not be imagining, but instead, "Remembering".
With the help of her new boyfriend, Vance,Doctor Banner hurries

Overview

When her best friend's daughter Tara becomes the victim of terrifying nightmares, Doctor Melissa Banner is called upon to unlock the mystery. As she delves more deeply into Tara's dreams, Doctor Banner must face the frightening realization that Tara may not be imagining, but instead, "Remembering".
With the help of her new boyfriend, Vance,Doctor Banner hurries to unraveling the mystery of what happened to Tara. Together can they stop another tragedy from occurring or will another young woman fall victim to the same fate?
From Mac Zazski, the author of "The Return", we invite you to spend some time, "Remembering". This is the first book in the "Remembering" series, followed by "In Memoriam". We hope you enjoy them all!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044468030
Publisher:
Mac Zazski
Publication date:
04/11/2013
Series:
Remembering
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,132,612
File size:
274 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Mac Zazski was born in the beautiful borough of Brooklyn, New York in 1962. Currently a resident of Mount Joy, Pennsylvania, Mac continues to enjoy writing on a wide variety of topics and in multiple styles. Happily married for over 14 years to his wonderful wife, Mac is grateful for those who enjoy his work and who take the time to let him know how they felt about it. He looks forward to your comments and encourages you to share them with him via email at maczazski@hotmail.com .

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Remembering 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This 730 page, free book was fairly good, but it seemed to drag slowly by. The characters seemed to get stuck on one topic and then work or discuss it to death for chapter after chapter. Near the end, the pace picked up and it became a better book. This book is filled with kidnapping, sex slavery, drugging the victims, beatings, murder, underage victims, pornographic movies, prostitution, violence and sex everywhere, by all possible means and partner(s) combination, in every position imaginable. There are some editing mistakes, such as passed for past. The main characters are likable, the landlady is a hoot, she added much needed levity to this novel. I think adult men and women, with a strong tolerence of sexual predators of tweens and young teens and violence, would enjoy this mystery. It will hold your interest and the pace does pick up. But be warned, it is disturbing. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story was really good! Enjoyed it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was quite good! The characters flowed, and I loved the nosy Landlady!!! She lightened up a serious read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just loved this book! I laughed out loud on the funny parts. The book held my interest until the end! Thanks for writing it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Poorly developed characters. Desperately needs proofreaders and editors. Storyline bogs down repeatedly due to lack of talent in the art of storytelling. Fantasy under the guise of crime fiction. Kitt
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Chapter 7 Virginia goes to Kevin's office and is at the elevators. All of a sudden the text says Beverly got on the elevaters then the paragraph referrs to Beverly twice more then continues on referring to the same person as Virginia. I read this over several times and the paragraph is definitely about Virginia going to her husband's office. Beverly is Tara's mom (Tara one of the rape victims). Beverly does not even know Kevin. Story needs to be better edited. Places where past tense of word should have been used. What's with Mr. Phelps? Virginia uses him as her lawyer, then he is referred to as Mr. Phelps for most of the book then he is Dr. Phelps. Was the author just changing his role to fit the story?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago