Remember to Forget: Revised and Expanded Edition

Remember to Forget: Revised and Expanded Edition

by Ashley Royer


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ISBN-13: 9780310751717
Publisher: Blink
Publication date: 04/05/2016
Edition description: Revised
Pages: 304
Sales rank: 418,103
Product dimensions: 5.60(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

Ashley Royer is a seventeen-year-old high school honor student who lives north of Boston, Massachusetts. She works at a local retirement community, where she is part of the wait staff and serves the residents. Ashley has been publishing her writing on Wattpad since she was thirteen years old, and has over 30 million combined reads on her stories. Remember to Forget is her first published book. Ashley also has a YouTube channel, callmeashley98, where she posts videos and covers of songs. You can follow her on twitter: @singsongash and @RTFbook.

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Remember to Forget: Revised and Expanded Edition 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book when it was still in the works on Wattpad. I remember the post on the book that it was getting published and being extremely happy that so many other people could get to read this book. By far one of my favorite books/fanfics.
BookWorm221 More than 1 year ago
This is a book about loss and the way we deal with it. Levi lost his girlfriend in an accident; he goes into a big depression that he just can’t seem to get out of. After trying many treatments Levi’s mother decides to send him to his father in Maine, there he meets a girl who resembles his girlfriend a lot, so maybe the move wasn’t such a good idea? Levi’s journey was extremely well written, it obvious that the author put a lot of thought into her characters and didn’t take the issue of depression lightly, I liked that the emotions that Levi was going through weren’t swept under the rug, they were talked about and I particularly loved how Levi started wanting to get better, to talk about what was in his mind, to not bottle it up. The author also did an amazing job with the secondary characters in this book and in giving Levi a safe environment, even though we don’t get to really know the characters we do get to see much of them and see how they are all trying to help. I truly appreciated that this wasn’t a love story, I mean it was a love story in the sense that they all loved each other and love helped Levi get better, but the story wasn’t solely focused on the romantic aspect, yes, there was romance and it was very cute and on point with the story, but Levi’s journey was so much more than that. Great book!
JCMorrows More than 1 year ago
I can easily see where this book would appeal to fans of "The Fault in our Stars" or the book which I presume was the inspiration for the fanfiction portion of this work; "If I Stay"... It's not the sort of experience I typically seek out. I tend to gravitate toward hopeful stories. Love and loss may be part of many of those stories, but I much prefer an underlying current of hope - rather than despair. Readers who enjoy this more EMO brand of fiction will find a story they can cling to with whatever equates as enjoyment for them. It's just not for me. I was given a copy of this book free in exchange for my honest review - which I have given.
swimreadbreathe4JC More than 1 year ago
Remember to Forget by Ashley Royer is published by Thomas Nelson. As a reviewer, being the same age as the author, I say kudos to her and her success. While I could tell that she wasn't as "polished", if you will, as professional writers, I thought that she did a good job, and many teenage girls will enjoy this story. This was originally written as a fan fiction for a band called 5 Seconds of Summer (which I will admit that I'm not familiar with their songs, but was still able to enjoy the story). Levi recently lost his girlfriend and is not only grieving, but is suffering emotionally and mentally. His mom sends him from his Australian home to his dad's house in Maine. It is there that he begins to heal as he meets a girl who reminds him of the one whom he lost. Delilah's curiosity is piqued by the new boy in town, but is put off by his rude ways (as was I). As she slowly gets to know him, she begins to feel sympathy for him and a desire to get to know him better. As a young adult novel, I thought this was fairly good. I read it while recovering in bed from a surgery, so it's not like I had much better to do, otherwise I may have lost interest earlier. I did think it was a sweet story and it helped to pass the time. I found a handful of typos, but I believe I received an advanced copy, so they may have been changed by the time a copy is purchased. Thank you so much to Thomas Nelson and their Book Look bloggers program for providing me with a copy of this book to read and review. All opinions are my own and were not required to be positive.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. For a young author, she did a fantastic job creating a lot of emotions throughout the book. I cried, laughed and got angry. Deals with teenage loss, love, anxiety and depression. Read this prior to giving to my teen daughter to read. She heard about this book from social media but I wanted to read it first. I loved it and know my daughter will too. Highly recommend.
Holly More than 1 year ago
Remember To Forget is the story of how losing someone close to you can change you in ways that you never thought was possible until someone comes along that will make you see everything in a different light. Levi is your average 17 year old Australian boy but due to his girlfriend Delia getting killed in a car wreak, he doesn't talk to anyone. As his depression gets worse, his divorced parents make the decision to move from his Mother's house in Australia to his Father's in Maine. As Levi gets settled in America and still not talking with anyone, a visit to the therapist will make him cross paths with a girl named Delilah who remarkably looks like his dead girlfriend. When Delilah and Levi start hanging out, all it takes is Delilah's younger sister to make Levi start talking again until he starts forgetting his dead girlfriend, Delia and makes him regress back to his old self until a talk with his dad that will bring them closer together and Levi opening up more. It's not until Christmas Day when Levi receives a letter that will make him see things in a different light and glad to have meet Delilah in a bittersweet ending! All I can say is WOW! This is one of those books that will draw you in and at times, will make you cry over what Levi is feeling, yes it's that good people. You would think that the Author is older and not in high school by the writing style and maturity that is in between these pages. I can truly say that I'm a Ashley Royer fan now and I can't wait to see what is to come from her in the future! Thank You to Ashley Royer for writing such a fantastic debut novel that will make everyone want more books by you!! I received this book from the Publisher via NetGalley in exchange for a honest review. I received this book from the BookSparks Remember To Forget Blog Tour.