Who can you trust when you don't even know who you are?
It was just a story. A set of anonymous tapes in the mail, an unknown man's tall tale about waking up with no memory of who he was. A story in which everyone has their own explanation as he pieces together his identity. But amnesia machines? Criminal gangs? Secret messages and evil experiments by a ruthless doctor? It can't be true.
When the ruthless doctor turns up and demands magazine editor Henry stops printing it, Henry decides to find out the truth behind the story. But after his assistant disappears, Henry soon finds himself wondering whether the Amnesia Project is just a story after all.
The Amnesia Project is a gripping psychological thriller that you're sure to find unforgettable.
|Publisher:||Andrew D Williams|
|File size:||6 MB|
About the Author
Andrew Williams was born in 1978 in the exciting metropolis of Luton, Bedfordshire. He holds a degree in Mathematics from the University of Sussex, the most important part of which was the realisation that he didn't want to study mathematics any more. He now works for a local council in the IT support department, which mostly involves thinking up creative new ways to swear at computers.
He currently lives in Leicestershire as one of the cat's human slaves. She doesn't understand what he does all day on the weird machine in the study, but she has no objections as long as it brings in the cat food.