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ISBN:
074345040X
Author:
Andrew Neiderman
Category:
Thrillers & Suspense
Language:
English
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster; First Thus edition (September 1, 2003)
Pages:
352 pages
EPUB book:
1595 kb
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1215 kb
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1609 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
255


Amnesia - Andrew Neiderman. People looked away or returned to their books and newspapers. Only a young woman, homely with brown hair chopped short about her pale face, looked in his direction.

Amnesia - Andrew Neiderman. suddenly he stopped walking. The realization that he didn’t know where he was going struck him like a blow to his head. She started to smile. He was about to acknowledge her when the smile turned into a melting of skin at the corners of her mouth, revealing more and more teeth and gums and then bone. He gasped and closed his eyes. He kept them closed until he could feel the train slowing down.

Mr. Neiderman keeps the interest of the reader throughout the novel, with clues and innuendos, only to discourage the reader with useless information that didn't lead to a conceivable conclusion. What a disappointment.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. What would you do if you couldn't remember who you were, where you lived or what you might have done?

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. What would you do if you couldn't remember who you were, where you lived or what you might have done? Rush hour.

Andrew Neiderman is the author of over 44 thrillers, including six of which have been translated onto film, including the big hit, 'The Devil's Advocate', a story in which he also wrote a libretto for the music-stage adaptation. One of his novels, Tender Loving Care, has been adapted into a CD-Rom interactive movie. Andrew Neiderman became the ghostwriter for . Andrews following her death in 1986.

Andrew Neiderman became the ghostwriter for . Andrews following her death in Andrew Neiderman is the author of over 44 thrillers, including six of which have been translated onto film, including the big hit, 'The Devil's Advocate', a story in which he also wrote a libretto for the music-stage adaptation.

Amnesia by Andrew Neiderman - What would you do if you couldn't remember who you were, where you .

Amnesia by Andrew Neiderman - What would you do if you couldn't remember who you were, where you lived or what you might have done? Rush hour, Grand Central. Andrew Neiderman is the bestselling author of a number of suspense novels including THE DEVIL'S ADVOCATE which was made into a major film starring Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves. He lives in Palm Springs, California with his wife.

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What would you do if you couldn't remember who you were, where you lived or what you might have done? Rush hour, Grand Central Station. Aaron Clifford stops dead in his tracks - but he doesn't know he's Aaron Clifford. He doesn't know who he is at all. No matter how hard he tries, he has no memory of why he's there, where he came from, or where he's going. The clues come slowly: from his surroundings, from his wallet, from the taste of dry martini still on his lips. Eventually, Aaron Clifford will piece together the keys of his life. With that relief will come cold-blooded fear - as he learns more than he ever knew before. Things he shouldn't know. Things he doesn't want to know. Things that could get him killed . . .
  • Braswyn
In search of the occasional light read, I picked up Neiderman's Amnesia not long ago. I have to say that it was a far better reading experience than Neiderman's Neighborhood Watch. The premise - commuter Aaron Clifford `wakes' in Grand Central Station with no clue who he is, where he's headed and why he's there - is simple but manages to play on irrational fears we all harbor. While Mr. Clifford does eventually make it home and adjusts to his `new' wife, home, daughter and job, he senses that something just isn't right. While he feels guilty for questioning it, there's something too perfect about his marriage, his daughter, the town of Driftwood and the people who populate it.
Amnesia is a satisfying, quick read. It's pure, fun entertainment, Check it out.
  • Cozius
i never read through this, but i still feel competent to review this, and i'll tell you why. a man suddenly forgets his whole life. stuff begins to come back to him. the writing style isn't that bad. but...it's too slow and in an annoying way. the wife just continues to tell him details for over at least 100 pages. no you don't like that. your family died in a car accident. neiderman, you could just write "she told him about his life, but the details remained unfamiliar to him". no. the author has to go on and on about this. every little detail. in addition, the family moves. and now the man has to learn about this new place. so AN goes on and on about that. new persons, about the community, etc. i'm giving it a 1 because any writer should really be able to avoid going on and on about every petty detail.
  • Roram
I found the book's premise (and introductory chapters) to be somewhat intriguing. However, the plot became more implausible with each chapter until it lost its integrity altogether. What could have been an interesting novel turned out to be a far-fetched tale that left me shaking my head in confusion and disappointment.
  • Abywis
Mr. Neiderman keeps the interest of the reader throughout the novel, with clues and innuendos, only to discourage the reader with useless information that didn't lead to a conceivable conclusion. What a disappointment.
  • Ffyan
The book was interesting to start, but it became pretty obvious that it was just edging along to resolution that when it finally came was obvious and disappointing. It also left a huge number of aspects raised in the story with no resolution at all, pointless or otherwise.
  • Tujar
The beginning of this novel hooked me. I kept guessing and being wrong and then when I reached the end, I was delighted at the way the author continued the story into the future. It gave me a delicious sort of creepy feeling hard to describe. Not only was the story great, but it was vividly done. It would make a great movie.
  • Kale
I picked this up because I thought the cover was interesting and read the first few pages. I almost read the whole book in the store. It never stopped and kept my interest up until the surprise ending that left me thinking, and I don't mind saying, looking behind my back.