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  • Why?

    Why? Why would someone NOT want to know memories he will be losing when he gets life saving brain surgery? Why? Why would the woman who loves him agree to NOT tell him? Told from both points of view, Will's and Ava's, the book at times is heartwarming and then heartbreaking. I liked the fresh (different) story line, but I was not fond of the thought that these two were essentially lying to each other. Will when he asked Ava to not fill him in on the years he's missing, and Ava when she made promises post surgery that violated the pre-surgery promises. Gosh... I think there were other ways for them to get through the memory loss, rather than just blocking those years out! Both characters had me wanting to grab them and talk some sense into them at times. The writing was good, although there were issues in the story that just hit my WHAT?? buttons. But, I was engaged. Three stars because I just don't like the thought of someone having to lie to their partner about anything.

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  • Great Arc

    I volunteered to read this book, through netgalley in exchange, for an honest review. This book is well written and the characters are described well. My favorite character is Will Tyler. All the characters are enjoyable. This book has mental health representation. The friendships and the relationships within this book is good. This author's writing style is incredible. You feel like you are the characters in the book. The relationships and the friendships in this story is good. I highly recommend this book to anyone and everyone. This ebook is in stores now for $1.99 (AUD).

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  • The Girl You Forgot

    In The Girl You Forgot, you meet Ava and Will, and the question is, is their love strong enough to overcome the effects of brain surgery where Will loses his memory? Will is diagnosed with a tumor and the only way for him to survive is to have an operation in which he loses his memory of the most recent years. The premise to this story intrigued me and overall, I liked the story. Though. there were events with Ava that made me question her true love for Will. and some of Will's actions were a bit childish. But it was nice to see the characters grow up by the end. Thank you #Netgalley for this ARC.

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  • Eh, a little flat

    This was an emotional read, and I was so excited because the description sounds amazing. While it was a good read, I did find that it fell a little flat for me. Still worth a read,but not a five star.

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