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I've read more than one novel in which the hero suffers from amnesia, in one form or another, but this is the first to have severe brain damage become such a gripping third character, as Nick is actually quite different in the early parts of the book than he is in the rest of the story. I applaud the author for this concept and on the follow-through. It wasn't difficult to see who the real murderer was, although Nick took a long time. Brain damage will do that, sometimes.
Sadly, the narrator seemed to have some problems with pronunciations. In all fairness, I did not see the words, so Nick's former partner may have actually have been named Joo-an, but I suspect it was just a mangled pronunciation of Juan.
I know that the written word gets proofed. Maybe Audiobooks need proofreading, too.
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This is an intriguing tale from Peter Abrahms which delves into the question of both character and memory. This first trek into a novel that entwines medical trauma and mystery takes us on a journey of discovery.
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