Free E–pub (The Great Forgetting) BY James Renner

  • Hardcover
  • 352
  • The Great Forgetting
  • James Renner
  • English
  • 10 August 2020
  • 9780374298791

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The Great Forgetting Free read È E-book, or Kindle E-pub Jack Felter a history teacher returns home to bucolic Franklin Mills Ohio to care for his father a retired pilot who suffers from dementia and is uickly losing his memory Jack would love to forget about Franklin Mills and about Sam the girl he fell in love with who ran off with his best friend Tony Except Tony. Find all of my reviews at this came out yesterday and it s amazing so it gets a bump Don t like it Life is long Longer than we allow ourselves to remember Understatement of the year I motherf ing LOVED this Holy hell Where do I begin Okay so The Great Forgetting grabs you right from the cover So appealing to the eye so understated so perfect Then you open it and discover it s totally un put down able and that it s also one of those books where anything you say about it might be considered too much Which leaves a Kelly and Mitchell combo who have looked pretty much like this ever since finishing the book on Saturday The basics are our MC Jack is a history teacher who plans to spend his summer vacation giving his sister a much needed break from dealing with their father who is uickly fading away due to dementia It doesn t take long for Jack to catch up on small town gossip mainly that his old bestie Tony who also happens to be his high school sweetheart Sam s husband has gone missing Reluctantly Jack agrees to help track down his old friend which leads him to one of Tony s former psychiatric patients a boy named Cole who will attempt to open Jack s eyes to the truth of The Great Forgetting Then Sometimes I get the feeling that none of this is right So much mindblowing Annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd that s all I can tell you Okay well maybe not alllll This book is smart Like wicked smart But don t let that intimidate you Renner has done a great job of providing a cast of characters that are all Average Joes While they find themselves put in spectacular circumstances they are people with not genius Is so you never get lost in the crazy that is being thrown at you Renner also does something that normally I hate he inundates the reader with the present Now this may end up being a novel that doesn t uite stand the test of time but for today Right now This sonofabitch WORKS If you re into conspiracy theories and a story that stays on eleven for the duration The Great Forgetting is not one to be missed Be prepared to uestion everything Oh and make sure to get your foil hat fitted before even beginning Every star there is to starAlright Review over now for the full disclosure BS I never had contact with James Renner until he personally messaged me and asked if I would like to review his new book Turns out he saw my review of The Man From Primrose Lane which all of you should immediately read because the man ain t no one hit wonder and didn t despise my giffy style SUCK IT GIF HATERS Upon receiving said message I was very grateful to have stocked up on my supply of and proceeded to run around the house screaming about how awesome I am to my non book loving family who haven t yet figured out that I m kind of a big deal I should probably float my reviews all day every day freuently in order to break into the Top 5 of the fake popularity contest Whatevs Anyway to make a long story even longer endless thanks to Mr Renner and to Trudi who turned me on to his work in the first place I can t wait to see what your crazy brain comes up with next

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The Great Forgetting Free read È E-book, or Kindle E-pub Catskills and eventually to a forgotten island in the Pacific the final destination of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370When Jack learns the details about the program known as the Great Forgetting he's faced with the timeless uestion Is it better to forget our greatest mistake or to remember so it's never repeated. In the immortal words of Jack Black from Tenacious D this book is my Cream Dream Supreme I fell in love before I was done with the first page The story is right up my alley with conspiracy theories and government cover ups and it is about as original a book as I have ever read The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins and The Gone World by Tom Sweterlitsch come to mind in terms of just how uniue this one was and it will have a place among my favorite reads ever There was a part in the beginning where the main character is at a county fair and notices a girl for the first time that is among the most beautiful things ever written it had such an impact I forgot I what I was reading for a minute and was fine if it had morphed into a straight up love story But enough with the suishy stuff I sincerely had a ton of fun reading this and at times sat back and marveled at the scope of the author s imagination I mean where does he come up with this stuff The pacing was perfect the characters so real it hurt and I was praying he stuck the landing and I would not be stuck with an awesome 78 of a book only to be disappointed with the ending Happy to say the conclusion was satisfying appropriate and my only gripe was the damn book wasn t five hundred pages longer This book spoke to me I dreamed about it while sleeping and it consumed my attention while awake Love is not a strong enough word for my experience reading this and I cannot recommend it enough I d give it 6 stars if I could shit probably even 7

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The Great Forgetting Free read È E-book, or Kindle E-pub Has gone missingSoon Jack is pulled into the search for Tony but the only one who seems to know anything is Tony's last patient a paranoid boy named Cole Jack must team up with Cole to follow Tony's trail and maybe save the world Their journey will lead them to Manhattan and secret facilities buried under the. Friday afternoon in the psych wardMan am I glad to see you again I was starting to go a little stir crazy in here Seriously these idiots are just impossible to talk to I ve tried you know really tried to get through to them but they think I m delusional They re too far gone to realize that I m the only sane one in here You mind closing the door These walls have ears if you know what I mean and I don t wanna add any fuel to their fire Pull up a chair time is of the essence The situation grows desperate by the day The alarming rate at which things are progressing is untenable man You have got to get me out of hereFirst things first though have you started boiling your water Good Thanks for humoring me Your eyes do seem to be a little bit clearer today so let me ask you another uestion Do you know what a gradient isYeah it s sorta like an incline in a road I suppose but that s not exactly what I was getting at You see the truth about what s really going on out there is so inconceivable that your mind would never be able to accept it if I told you everything all at once So we ll use a gradient instead or a system of baby steps little truths if you will that ll help to ease your mind into realizing that ultimate truth What I ve developed is a seven step gradient comprised of seven impossible facts Each one progressively harder to accept than the one before Don t worry though the proof is out there and I ll show you where to look But you ve gotta be patient it s gonna take some time to work our way through all the steps And you ve gotta be willing to do your part meet me halfway Do a little research of your own evenIf you re ready let s beginImpossibility 1 The earliest anomaly can be traced back to a man known only as the Maestro who s radio cuts in SUAWK SUAWK SUAWK BEEEEEEEEEEEEEP THIS IS A TEST OF THE EMERGENCY BROADCAST SYSTEMOh shit Nooooo Damn it not againview spoilerThis was well written imaginative and meticulously researched novel The first part was interesting but it eventually became a bit too much Sorry I m just not a fan of kitchen sink conspiracies I didn t care for the payoff and the 911 tie ins were off putting to say the least There also wasn t nearly as much action as one would expect from a story like this So there you have it I like the author really enjoyed his first book The Man from Primrose Lane but this one not so muchFinal Verdict Dan Brown s done better hide spoiler Ostende 1936 Sommer der Freundschaft pulled into the search for Tony but the only one who seems to know anything is Tony's last Die Entwicklung des Sozialismus von der Utopie zur Wissenschaft patient a Ist dieses Buch ansteckend? 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Friday afternoon in the Magic Platina psych wardMan am I glad to see you again I was starting to go a little stir crazy in here Seriously these idiots are just impossible to talk to I ve tried you know really tried to get through to them but they think I m delusional They re too far gone to realize that I m the only sane one in here You mind closing the door These walls have ears if you know what I mean and I don t wanna add any fuel to their fire Pull up a chair time is of the essence The situation grows desperate by the day The alarming rate at which things are Enemy on the Euphrates progressing is untenable man You have got to get me out of hereFirst things first though have you started boiling your water Good Thanks for humoring me Your eyes do seem to be a little bit clearer today so let me ask you another uestion Do you know what a gradient isYeah it s sorta like an incline in a road I suppose but that s not exactly what I was getting at You see the truth about what s really going on out there is so inconceivable that your mind would never be able to accept it if I told you everything all at once So we ll use a gradient instead or a system of baby steps little truths if you will that ll help to ease your mind into realizing that ultimate truth What I ve developed is a seven step gradient comprised of seven impossible facts Each one The Epilogue The Selection #31 progressively harder to accept than the one before Don t worry though the Children of Wrath proof is out there and I ll show you where to look But you ve gotta be Lukes Cut Hells Eight #8 patient it s gonna take some time to work our way through all the steps And you ve gotta be willing to do your The Liberation of Sita part meet me halfway Do a little research of your own evenIf you re ready let s beginImpossibility 1 The earliest anomaly can be traced back to a man known only as the Maestro who s radio cuts in SUAWK SUAWK SUAWK BEEEEEEEEEEEEEP THIS IS A TEST OF THE EMERGENCY BROADCAST SYSTEMOh shit Nooooo Damn it not againview spoilerThis was well written imaginative and meticulously researched novel The first The Adventures of Tom SawyerAdventures of Huckleberry FinnThe Prince and the Pauper part was interesting but it eventually became a bit too much Sorry I m just not a fan of kitchen sink conspiracies I didn t care for the Le Dernier des Justes payoff and the 911 tie ins were off Midnight is a Place putting to say the least There also wasn t nearly as much action as one would expect from a story like this So there you have it I like the author really enjoyed his first book The Man from Primrose Lane but this one not so muchFinal Verdict Dan Brown s done better hide spoiler