The Last Thing I Remember

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Harper Collins, Jun 7, 2010 - Young Adult Fiction - 352 pages
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Charlie West just woke up in someone else's nightmare.

He's strapped to a chair. He's covered in blood and bruises. He hurts all over. And a strange voice outside the door just ordered his death.

The last thing he can remember, he was a normal high-school kid doing normal things--working on his homework, practicing karate, daydreaming of becoming an air force pilot, writing a pretty girl's number on his hand. How long ago was that? Where is he now? Who is he really?

And more to the point . . . how is he going to get out of this room alive?

 

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User Review  - L. Wallo - Christianbook.com

I read this book to see if it was ok to put into my church library. At first the story started out slow and hoped that the pace and story line would pick up a bit. Then the story got exciting and did ... Read full review

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This is the best book i have read! I love mystery's and so when i started reading the first chapter online i immediately knew that i had to order the book. When i got it could not put it down until i ... Read full review

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Contents

PART TWO
209
READING GROUP GUIDE
337
CHAPTER ONE The Killer in the Mirror
342
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Andrew Klavan is an award-winning writer, screenwriter, and media commentator. An internationally bestselling novelist and two-time Edgar Award-winner, Klavan is also a contributing editor to City Journal, the magazine of the Manhattan Institute, and the host of a popular political podcast on DailyWire.com. His essays and op-eds on politics, religion, movies, and literature have appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the LA Times, and elsewhere. He lives in Southern California.

 

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