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The Last Thing I Remember by Andrew Klavan
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Jan 14, 2011

it was amazing

This is an exciting book that keeps you turning the pages, from page one. It is intense, but I appreciated the lack of "graphicness" in the scenes. The author describes the situation, but doesn't go into too much detail when someone is injured... or killed. It is a book of living by higher standards, by faith, and believing in the liberty that defines the U.S.A. The only problem? I thought there were only three books... until I got to the last page of book three, and found there is a fourth to tie things up. I'm looking forward to the fourth coming out! This is a book written for young adults and I think young guys especially would probably like it. I'm a mom, and I read the series before my kids did just because they didn't take time to sit down with it. (Kids ages: 17 son, 19 daughter) They'll really like it once they take the time.

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