Remember Me was a refreshing change from Forget Me Not. By far the better of two. After my annoyances with Forget Me Not, I was pretty sure I wouldn’t try for Remember Me. But when the chance sprang up, I, out of loyalty and curiosity, requested it. I was pleasantly surprised. Someone once said that you don’t pick at books unless you like them. I will confess to renaming Remember Me “Amnesia and Love Triangles”, like, twenty or thirty percent in. 🙂 But SERIOUSLY. Don’t read this book unless you like amnesia. Or love triangles.
Yes, he gets his own paragraph. He’s just my favorite character. Well written and dynamic, he jumps right off the page.
Waaaaaaay better plot than the first book.
Okay, supersecret spies fighting off evil with tech and martial arts? Yeah. I like it.
The is a slight amount of cursing. The d-word, and mentions of the f-bomb(not written out). And maybe a few others.
the love triangle
Bleh. And I always vote for the guy the girl probably isn’t going to end up with(except in extreme cases(i.e. The Selection Series by Kiera Cass)). And love traingles are a bit cliche.
He was a bit more likeable in this book, but still annoying.
Three and a half stars for this book. And enjoyable read, but not my favorite.
* I recieved a free ebook copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.