Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Best Forgotten by: Paula Vince Book Review

Best Forgotten will NEVER be forgotten!
 
 
When a young man gets hit by a car and flung on the side of the road it’s a miracle he even survives. But upon awakening he remembers nothing, not even himself.
As he is rehabilitated to his family and loved ones he can’t help but to feel out of place, and most disturbing is the feeling that something is right on his heels.
His mother is highly un-approving of everything he does, he’s had nothing to do with his dad in the past, and his previous appearance baffles him. How could he like skulls, goth, and a band that calls themselves Satan’s Angels? As he begins to learn more about former self he begins to hate the person he was, and starts on the path of reinventing himself. As tidbits of memory comes back to him he can’t help but wonder if he would be better off without knowing his past. After all why would he want to become someone he now hates?
Even his so called girlfriend seems to be hiding something from him, and he can’t pry from her whatever it is.
As he learns more about himself he can’t help but wonder if everyone wouldn’t be better off if he never recovers from his amnesia. In particular he is afraid of what he may find out about himself if he does.

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This book kept me fully intrigued and interested from the beginning to end. This book doesn’t at all lag, and the writing style flows very easily. I want to say it’s a relaxed read, but it will keep you on the edge of your seat with a turn of any event.
It has action, mystery, faith, romance, suspense, family issues, identity crisis, and thrill all woven together under one cover. I love how you only get tidbits here and there throughout the story and you will be amazed at how many different conclusions you will draw. I found myself thinking that I knew what was going to happen and then promptly finding myself in the wrong with another twist of events. It definitely kept me excited to turn the pages.
It touches base on troubled families and troubled youth, and shows how faith can change everything for the better. It doesn’t make you feel as if you are being preached to, but gives undemanding examples of faith that you can‘t help but to admire. It will draw you closer to God and make you second glance your own relationship with Him.
All of the characters are very well prepared, and almost every character will touch your heart in some way.
My favorite part of this is how thrilling of a read it is. It will keep you guessing, trust me on that. It is one of the most unpredictable books I have EVER read, and I LOVE that rarity.

I HIGHLY recommend this read to everyone!


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Disclosure of Material: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookCrash.com book review program, which requires an honest, though not necessarily positive, review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s CFR Title 16, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

6 comments:

  1. Ok, just the fact that you said "unpredictable" inspires me to read it. AND! I have a gift card for Amazon....so I'm gonna go check it out!!!

    Sharon from VB

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  2. Oh I promise you won't regret it. It truly was one of the most unpredictable reads I have ever had the pleasure of reading. Usually I can pretty much figure out what happens by mid book, but not with this one. It will keep you on your toes. :) If you do read it please let me know what you think of it. And thanks dearly for the comment.

    Sincerely,
    Tori

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  3. Hi Tori,
    Thanks for your fantastic review! I was delighted to be directed to your blog and then to find out that you found the plot unpredictable and page-turning made my day. "Best Forgotten" is my most recent book and very fun to write. If you don't mind, I'd love to share a link to your review on my website and FB page. Aussie Christian fiction authors are prolific but we sometimes find it a challenge to find outlets to promote our work.
    Mrsmomx6, thanks for your interest and I hope you enjoy the story too :)
    Blessings,
    Paula V(www.appleleafbooks.com and www.justoccurred.blogspot.com)

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  4. Great write up! Exciting to see that the author thought so too! Congrats!

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  5. What a great review of Paula's book, and well deserved. We're all hoping she's well on the way with a new novel. Lots of people will be waiting.

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  6. Thank you all for the wonderful comments. It means a lot and I am very pleased.

    Paula- I would be honored if you shared my review link. It truly was a fantastic novel, and it was my pleasure to write a good review. I was pleased not to be able to predict what was going to happen at any point! I look forward to many more of your books, and I am telling all I come across about Best Forgotten. Also I am looking forward to visiting your sites. Thank you dearly for your comment. :)

    Sincerely,
    Tori

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