Remember Me

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Andrew Johnson is pulled back through time by a strange storm that leaves a black hole in its wake. He leaves behind his new wife and the life he always dreamed of, and with no way back, he tries to create a life in the year 1985. He uses the technology in his cell phone to become rich, but a brief encounter with his ex-wife causes a ripple effect that erases his daughter from existence. More

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Words: 146,920
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301947140
About Brian MacLearn

Brian L. MacLearn is lifelong resident of Iowa, currently living in Waverly. He graduated from the University of Northern Iowa. During his life he has published poetry and written song lyrics that have been recorded in Nashville. Brian's first novel, "Our Heart," was published in 2010 and was a Reader's Favorite finalist in 2011. "Remember Me" won a bronze medal in the Reader's Favorite 2012 contest. His current work, "Against the Current," won a silver medal in the Reader's Favorite 2013 contest for Fiction/thriller

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Review by: Colleen Robinson on July 28, 2013 :
This was the most amazing read I've read in a long time. I enjoyed it immensely. Some scenes made me tear up and others made me laugh out loud. I thoroughly enjoyed the "Back to the Future" references. Stayed up until 2:00am reading it last night until i couldn't keep my eyes open. Finished it mintues ago.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Sheri Nolte on May 19, 2013 :
I fell in love from the very beginning. I found that I could disappear from life and get lost in this book. The characters are interesting and the story was fascinating. Andrew at age 50 is pulled back through time during a strange storm. I found myself daydreaming about what I would do if I was transported back to 1985! You know it is a good book when you think about it even when you are not reading it! Oh, and the love story is wonderful. Andrew "lost" his wife Amy when he went back in time. Knowing I have never experienced love like this before, made my heart flutter and also hurt imagining it all. "Remember Me" has touched my spirit and is truly one of the best books I have ever read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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