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Jeffrey Minucci's debut novel.

Night after night, Adam dreams of a woman he has never seen. She is beautiful, but sad, and has a name Adam seems to know, but only in the depths of the night. As a leading scientist working under a totalitarian regime in a not too distant future, Adam will soon learn that his dreams are memories, and the world’s bleak future exists with no me
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Published November 22nd 2013 by Double Dragon Publishing (first published 2011)
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Romina
Mar 04, 2013 rated it really liked it
Adam keeps having strange dreams. Dreams about the same woman. Her name is Marie.
The more these dreams are happening the more he begins to think they could be memories.
Adam is a top scientist, working for a regime he doesn’t agree with. A brutal dictator is ruling the country.
He is about to learn his dreams are just as he suspected. Memories of a former life he had been forced to forget.
He embarks on a journey to discover his past.
Although this book seemed a little short to me it had a good plot
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