The Song Remains the Same

The Song Remains the Same

Book - 2012
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Waking up in the hospital as one of two survivors of a horrifying plane crash, Nell struggles to recover from her ensuing amnesia with the help of family, friends, and memory-jogging music before realizing that the stories she is being told do not feel accurate.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2012.
ISBN: 9780399157585
0399157581
Branch Call Number: FICTION Scotch Allison 04/2012
Characteristics: 306 p. ;,24 cm.

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ehbooklover Aug 13, 2012

What would it be like to have no memory of your entire life, forcing you to be dependent on what people told you was the truth? Unfortunately, despite this very promising premise, I felt that this book fell a bit flat. The main character's family and husband were very unlikeable and my frustration with them kept me from really enjoying the book.

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anne54
Jul 17, 2012

A good beach read, but not great.....

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BarbaraA
Jun 10, 2012

The start of this book is promising but the end becomes too self-obsessed and indulgent. I was disappointed to find it typically "chick lit" with a character that supposedly has an epiphany but leaves the reader bored.

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