Remember The Time

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Have you ever wished you could go back in time- do it all over again?
To know then what you know now. What if you weren't expecting it? What if you grew up with a father who was an abusive alcoholic? What if the Government found out about you? It happened to John Stockwell... More

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Words: 60,910
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476019437
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Review by: Patrick Worden on Feb. 06, 2013 :
**I wrote the below before I finished Mark Hawk Smith's book, Remember the Time. I stand by everything I said, but wish I could have spent less time commenting on the mechanics of Smith's writing, and more time praising the story. Now that I've read it, I can't praise it enough. Suspenseful, intriguing, plausible- watch out James Renner, here comes another NEO writer tackling time travel, and tackling it perfectly.

by the way, when's the next Remember the Time novel coming out?
**

This is, to the best of my knowledge, Mark Smith's first novel. I also understand it's the first of a trilogy. I heartily recommend this book and I join the rest of Mr. Smith's fans in looking forward to volumes 2 and 3.

One of the first things that struck me about this book is its excellent presentation. E-book consumers are all too aware that the "major" releases from established publishers are often shoddily formatted, usually while costing 3 or 4 times the price of Remember The Time. It's hard to understand how indie author-publishers like Mr. Smith provide spot-on formatted ebooks for the freshman efforts.

Probably the only thing that kept Remember The Time from the full five stars, for me at any rate, was something on page 3. No way the author could know this, but it's a violation of one of my writing pet peeves: the protagonist, in a bit of inner-dialogue, "thought to himself." Well who the heck else would he be thinking to? **updated: I've decide to increase my rating to five stars. The author deserves it because it's a great read**

That, obviously, is a quibble. Easy to overlook when an author presents an intriguing, well-wrought story, told engagingly and with verve. That's what you get with Mark Smith's Remember The Time, and you'll no doubt get it with the remainder of Mr. Smith's trilogy.

Final note: 60k words! A nice long novel @ 3.99 = excellent value.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Patrick Worden on Feb. 06, 2013 :
**I wrote the below before I finished Mark Hawk Smith's book, Remember the Time. I stand by everything I said, but wish I could have spent less time commenting on the mechanics of Smith's writing, and more time praising the story. Now that I've read it, I can't praise it enough. Suspenseful, intriguing, plausible- watch out James Renner, here comes another NEO writer tackling time travel, and tackling it perfectly.

by the way, when's the next Remember the Time novel coming out?
**

This is, to the best of my knowledge, Mark Smith's first novel. I also understand it's the first of a trilogy. I heartily recommend this book and I join the rest of Mr. Smith's fans in looking forward to volumes 2 and 3.

One of the first things that struck me about this book is its excellent presentation. E-book consumers are all too aware that the "major" releases from established publishers are often shoddily formatted, usually while costing 3 or 4 times the price of Remember The Time. It's hard to understand how indie author-publishers like Mr. Smith provide spot-on formatted ebooks for the freshman efforts.

Probably the only thing that kept Remember The Time from the full five stars, for me at any rate, was something on page 3. No way the author could know this, but it's a violation of one of my writing pet peeves: the protagonist, in a bit of inner-dialogue, "thought to himself." Well who the heck else would he be thinking to? **updated: I've decide to increase my rating to five stars. The author deserves it because it's a great read**

That, obviously, is a quibble. Easy to overlook when an author presents an intriguing, well-wrought story, told engagingly and with verve. That's what you get with Mark Smith's Remember The Time, and you'll no doubt get it with the remainder of Mr. Smith's trilogy.

Final note: 60k words! A nice long novel @ 3.99 = excellent value.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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