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He gave up on writing years ago, around the same time he thought love gave up on him. For years he tried to live a normal life, to work a normal job, and to forget about his dreams. He tried to believe they were only dreams.

Then out of the blue he is struck with the sudden compulsion to write a novel, and discovers a group of people who share that same goal, but who attemp
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Paperback, 252 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Modern Evil Press (first published February 1st 2004)
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Lise
Feb 24, 2009 Lise rated it really liked it
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Teel
Feb 26, 2009 Teel rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
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In the seven years (so far) since I first wrote this novel, I've read it quite a few times. Until I finished writing Forget What You Can't Remember, it was my favorite of the books I'd written. Around the same time my opinion about it began to shift, I was re-reading it aloud as an audiobook. This week I'm going through the entire text again line-by-line to create a cleaner eBook for kindle users and for Smashwords, and I find I'm increasingly frustrated and disappointed with the quality of the ...more
James Brown
By far, the best thing I've had the pleasure of reading (or in my case, hearing) in a very long time.
Robert C
May 13, 2009 Robert C rated it really liked it
An interesting and daring book which doesn’t seem to follow the normal conventions of fiction.

The story changes in plot and pace a bit throughout the book, with an almost intentional plodding right in the middle. This slow portion of the book just helps build the the eventual change in the main character, and leads him to the path of the truth he’s always known.

A great story, with the author taking a refreshing, and much needed risk in his writing.
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May 23, 2012 Suzanne Earley rated it did not like it
This was like a weird existentialist version of the movie "Hook". The whole end of the book made NO continuous sense.
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