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Has gone missingSoon Jack is pulled into the search for Tony but the only one who seems to know anything is Tony's last patient a paranoid boy named Cole Jack must team up with Cole to follow Tony's trail and maybe save the world Their journey will lead them to Manhattan and secret facilities buried under the What starts out as an intriguing mystery novel eventually turns into a devilishly wild ride of conspiracy theory SF and this simple statement does nothing to explain just how CRAZY it ll get I m a very big fan of cross genre fiction and this one really fits the bill in a big big way The mystery is clever and engaging and fascinatingly strange but what really struck my fancy was just how good the characters are So much has happened in their lives and just getting to the point of the next reveal kept me glued to the page These aren t even big reveals just character reveals and yet because Jack kept digging this

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Jack Felter a history teacher returns home to bucolic Franklin Mills Ohio to care for his father a retired pilot who suffers from dementia and is uickly losing his memory Jack would love to forget about Franklin Mills and about Sam the girl he fell in love with who ran off with his best friend Tony Except Tony When Jack Felter returns to his home town to help care for his dementia stricken father he winds up looking for his missing childhood friend Tony the friend that stole his high school girlfriend Jack meets Tony s last patient a kid named Cole with a very compelling delusion that everything we think we know about history is wrongAfter reading The Man from Primrose Lane and True Crime Addict How I Lost Myself in the Mysterious Disappearance of Maura Murray I just had to read James Renner The Great Forgetting made him rise even higher in my esteemThe Great Forgetting is a mind bender of Phillip K Dickian proporti

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Catskills and eventually to a forgotten island in the Pacific the final destination of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370When Jack learns the details about the program known as the Great Forgetting he's faced with the timeless uestion Is it better to forget our greatest mistake or to remember so it's never repeated I m so remiss in my reviews of late but I really wanted to make sure I wrote something for this one to draw your attention to it A because it s a whole lot of wacky weird and wild fun something I ve come to expect from this author and B said author was generous enough to send me a copy in the mail so the very least I can do is tell the reading world what I thought of it James Renner is the author of the mind bending genre mashing The Man from Primrose Lane and you really must read that one if you are looking for something that is wholly unlike anything else There was some buzz a few years back that Bradley Coop


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  1. says:

    The thing is memory is about trust We have to trust that what we remember is fact And we have to trust what other people remember fo

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    Find all of my reviews at this came out yesterday and it's amazing so it gets a bump Don't like it “Life is long Longer than we allow ourselves to remember” Understatement of the year I motherf ing LOVED this Holy hell Where do I begin Okay so The Great Forgetting grabs you right from the cover So appealing

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    When Jack Felter returns to his home town to help care for his dementia stricken father he winds up looking for his missing childhood friend Tony the friend that stole his high school girlfriend Jack meets Tony's l

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    What starts out as an intriguing mystery novel eventually turns into a devilishly wild ride of conspiracy theory SF and this simple statement does nothing to explain just how CRAZY it'll get I'm a very big fan o

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    Friday afternoon in the psych wardMan am I glad to see you again I was starting to go a little stir crazy in here Seriously these idiots are just impossible to talk to I’ve tried you know really tried to get through to them but they think I’m delusional They’re too far gone to realize that I’m the only sane one

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    I almost forgot to write this review ba dum buma complex fast paced scifi tinged thriller that often feels like a lighthearted romp despite the heavy themes and upsetting deaths on display great artists will continually revisit their pet subjects and themes; Renner clearly a great writer does the same in this s

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    I'm so remiss in my reviews of late but I really wanted to make sure I wrote something for this one to draw your attention to it A because it's

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    Judge for yourself its believability and then try to tell yourself no matter where you may be it couldn't happen here Carl Kolchak from THE NIGHT STALKER movieHoly Cowwhat did I just read THE GREAT FORGETTING blew my mind Author James Renner r

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    Almost a 4 star but I cannot round it up It was at least 4 star in entertainment value until the last 13rd of the book Then it was notThe time conundrums and other facile interconnections of gradients as this book defines gradients did not make sense by then and the outcomes became cartoonish as a result This author has immense skill in in