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A passionate but ultimately tragic love affair starts when two students - one French, one English - meet at university at the beginning of the 60s. From its tentative, unpromising early stages, the relationship develops into a life-changing one, whose profound impact continues to reverberate 40 years later.

Remember Me takes one of the oldest stories in the world and gives it renewed, visceral force. Here are characters who spring from the page, brought to vivid life with exceptional empathy and insight into the workings of the heart and mind.

And here, captured in intimate, telling detail, are the emotions that bind two people together, and the subtle shifts in thought and feeling that can prise them apart. This is a novel of great emotional intensity, which leaves an unforgettable impression.

©2008 Hodder & Stoughton Audiobooks; (P)2008 Melvyn Bragg

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  • Joan
  • WatfordUnited Kingdom
  • 21-07-08

A very dull romance....

I persevered for an hour with this, before deciding life is too short. The characters were strangely wooden and charmless and I just didn't care what happened to them. A bit of humour would have helped!

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  • Simon
  • Ashburton, Devon, United Kingdom
  • 15-06-10

Dull

It's not often that I don't get to the end of an Audiobook that I've paid good money for, but this was one such occasion.

My chosen adjectives would be dull, pretentious, self-indulgent and b******s. All in the same sentence and in that order, if you so choose.

I tried, but I couldn't get beyond half way. Maybe I'm shallow, but really .... I listen to Audiobooks to help me stay awake while driving.