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  • A must-read for thriller lovers!

    4.5 stars You Will Remember Me has all the twists and turns you come to expect in a good thriller. Told from multiple points of view and multiple time periods, the reader is riveted to learn the factual events of what has happened in the past to lead to the current events. There is definitely a theme of how secrets can come back to haunt you in this book which will make the reader think twice about keeping their own secrets. The characters are well developed and interesting. The conclusion of this book was absolutely mind-blowing!

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  • A Page Turner

    A book that draws you in and doesn’t let go until the last page! This suspenseful book centers around Ash who suffers from Amnesia after waking up on a beach injured. Will he be able to figure out who he is? Will he be able to reconnect with his girlfriend, Lily and stepsister Maya? This book will keep you guessing until the end. A perfect book to read at the pool or beach where you can read for hours because you won’t want to put it down. Be sure to add this book to your Summer TBR list!

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  • No sweetness here, excellent read.

    Deeply disturbing, unputdownable read. The reader catches on early to the dark, wrecked mind and sharp intelligence, rolled into this intoxicating story. This is an excellent read and expect this book to mess with your mind. No sweetness here.

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  • Read it RIGHT NOW

    This book blew my mind. All 3 main characters have something to hide and the secrets come to light with an explosive bang. Throughout I was never sure who to believe and what would happen next. The ending was jaw dropping. Hannah will surprise you time after time, read it RIGHT NOW!!

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  • Great ending

    I’ve read a few books recently that use fugue states and memory problems as a main plot device. It’s one of those convenient techniques that means the author doesn’t need to necessarily lie to the reader in order to give them a good twist. However, if not done well it can make for a very frustrating read. You Will Remember Me focuses on a man who wakes up with no memory and travels to his hometown to find out who he is. However, after learning a few home truths he realises perhaps he was right to forget himself and make a new start. Throughout the book I was thinking I would give You Will Remember Me three stars; it’s a solid read with engaging writing and the plot is quite interesting. I liked the change in perspective between Lily, Maya and the mystery man, however my main criticism was just how predictable the book is. By 30% I had already worked out the ‘bad guy’ in the story and nothing changed my mind or made me doubt this throughout. The plot has a severe lack of red herrings to push blame on anyone else – there aren’t many fleshed out characters to start with and the only antagonistic one is related to one of the girls that went missing and so unlikely to be the perpetrator. There’s also a flashback from one character’s point of view very early on which gives too much away in spelling out their motivations. To keep readers engaged I really feel like an addition of a red herring in a character that was fully fleshed out would have made all the difference and convinced me this was a 4 star read from the outset. However, you may have noticed that I have given this 4 stars despite thinking throughout reading it that it wasn’t worth more than 3. The reason for this is the ending of the book which, without giving any spoilers is brilliant. There’s a great twist and a lot of things I didn’t not see coming and it also ends on a great cliff-hanger (but not one requiring a sequel if that makes sense!) Major props to the author for this and it certainly bumped my review up a star rating for it! Overall, You Will Remember Me is a predictable read but the ending certainly makes up for it! Thank you to NetGalley & Harlequin – Mira for the chance to read the ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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