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    Unexpected twists

    It's been awhile since I've read a military science fiction novel, so I was looking forward to diving into this one. Darren wakes up screaming in a hospital bed, his memories gone. Those around him are injured severely, men who were supposedly part of his team on a mission to Mars. Unfortunately, he's told that time is of the essence and must work immediately on regaining his memories by starting as far back in his life as he can remember and working his way forward. As he recounts his life, the memories flow back one by one, and he realizes that he might be part of a dangerous plan of intrigue which dates back far longer than his mission. The beginning pages grab right away as Darren finds himself confused, in a hospital and injured. The author does a great job at setting a convincing scene, and then allowing the story to flow bit by bit as the mystery unfolds. A lot happens, and the twists and turns are hard to see coming, making it a tense read the entire way through. There are several familiar tropes in these pages, which give it the flair a solid military scifi needs. And yet, there are enough refreshing changes to keep it from becoming cliche. It's a great mix true science fiction fans are sure to enjoy. Everything happens through Darren's memories and the scenes unfold as he recites them to the doctor. The moments are believable and it's easy to sympathize with his situation, but on the other hand, it places a distance between the characters/events and the reader. While I would have preferred to have experienced the situations head-on, there is also something intriguing about adding this new dimension. I won an ARC copy and am giving it 4.5 stars and rounding up.
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    Great

    Everything and yea I met the author before and he is the best with kids you could even call him a kid
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