A novel that grips from the very beginning and that will live long in the memory, The Last Thing I Remember is Deborah Bee's startling debut thriller.
Sarah is in a coma. Her memory is gone - she doesn't know how she got there. And she doesn't know how she might get out. But then she discovers that her injury wasn't an accident. And that the assailant hasn't been caught.
Unable to speak, see or move, Sarah must use every clue that she overhears to piece together her own past. And work out who it is that keeps coming into her room.
©2016 Deborah Bee, all rights reserved. (P)2016 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd
I listened to this audio book in one day, I could not put it down. Kelly is hilarious, despite the seriousness of the story. Brilliantly written and excellent narration. Very sad it had to end.
Probably not. Simply because I found the swearing excessive and think most of my friends would agree.
It's basically a good story, told from different viewpoints which I liked and it's not too long.
Yes, I'm open to listening to both. They were both good readers, it was the the swearing I didn't like but that was how the book was written.
An overall good listen and I'm obviously in the minority when I say I did not like the Kelly character. Yes, I know she's typical of today's generation but the excessive swearing was way too much for me. (But, I am an old fuddy duddy of 70)
The book is well written and funny. The twist at the end is a common commercial thriller twist but it's still good. Would have liked more action and suspense. Bit slow at times.
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