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The unexplained event which changed the world at the end of Lost and Not Found is just days away, and Paul thinks he's found the perfect place to hide; the high-tech flying city of Skythia. Meanwhile, Lorraine, Mary, Lance, and Brady are attending the Sergeant's zombie-readiness training camp when word comes in that there's been a major zombie outbreak in Denver - and the ...more
Paperback, 296 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Modern Evil Press
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Greg
A strange book. It shifts gears quite a few times each time jumping traditional genres and twisting around the way that I was reading and understanding the story. The story itself is pretty interesting, an event happens that brings an 'end' to the world, zombies attack, there is a utopian city and then some more stuff that would make as much sense as just rambling out the things that have ever happened in Lost with out any kind of context.

My big problem with the book is the style it is told in.
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Teel
Jan 08, 2009 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: wrote, zombies, five-star
Forget What You Can't Remember is a book that has zombies in it, but it is not a zombie book. It is not a horror book. It is not a science fiction or a fantasy book, either, despite the existence of a flying city, robots, and elves in the world where it takes place. It is not an action book -- in fact, it may be the antithesis of an action book, when you step back and look at the whole experience. What is Forget What You Can't Remember, if it is not these things?

It is a novel about people. Some
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Jackie
A super-villain bent on destoying the solar system, a super-hero who is as ethical and moral as they come, zombies attacking Denver and obliterating the population, a writer who is obsessed with the impending end of the world, and a flying utopian city...these are just a few of the elements in the book, Forget What You Can't Remember. Since the superhero, Job, stopped Brady (the villain) and in the process destoyed his lab, held him against his will, and crushed his Mark III to pieces in the att ...more
Chris
Feb 04, 2009 rated it it was ok
Shelves: giveaways, the-worst, what
I agree with everything an earlier reviewer, Greg had to say about this book. A strange, strange read. I don't normally read sci/fi fantasy, so this is an unfamiliar genre to me. I give the author high marks for originality. It's like nothing I've ever read before. I especially agree with Greg that I would have like to read more action sequences, instead of having them explained after the fact in dialogue. I had a hard time with some of the dialogue. An entire chapter would consist of nothing bu ...more
Aviv
Mar 16, 2009 rated it did not like it
Shelves: fiction
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Savanna Rose
Mar 19, 2010 rated it liked it
This book had a lot of cool twists and turns, a fresh take on the end of the world as we know it, and some interesting moral and political stances.
I loved the ideas presented in this book, however I wasn't the biggest fan of the delivery.
The characters and relationships felt flat, which was my biggest problem. I really wanted to like the characters, but I couldn't find anything to really like or dislike.
The story skips around a bit, which isn't usually a problem, but it felt like a bunch of shor
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Angela Mcclanahan
Sep 20, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fiction
This is by far my favorite book by this author! This book does partially come from a previous book "Lost and Not Found" but I would still recommend this as a first read to anyone trying out this author. Thumbs up all the way!
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