Book Review

YOU WILL REMEMBER ME by Hannah Mary McKinnon

I received a complimentary copy of YOU WILL REMEMBER ME by Hannah Mary McKinnon as part of a Let’s Talk Books promotional tour! Thank you to Harper Collins and the author!

Rating: 4 / 5

YOU WILL REMEMBER ME begins with a man waking up on a beach in Maryland with no memory of who he is and how he got there. He winds up in Maine where people know him and soon he’s back home with his step-sister Maya, attempting to recover his memories. Not everyone is happy to see him, though, and he is left to question what exactly he has done in his past.

Back in Maryland, Lily has been searching for her boyfriend Jack who disappeared during a storm. As far as she knows Jack has no family, but the search quickly begins to uncover secrets that Jack was keeping for unknown reasons.

This book is one that is really hard to review because I’m still trying to wrap my head around it. I really enjoyed how the author handled the amnesia story line. The way the characters draw upon memories, true and false, was really well done. This kept me questioning things throughout the book and it was a very hard book to put down.

The ending brought quite the twist and it is the main area of the book that I’m still questioning. It is hard to say a lot about this without spoilers, but I think the ending made a lot of sense for the story. Still, I’m not entirely sure how I feel about it! I did really appreciate that it managed to throw some surprises my way!

This is a dark and twisty ride and an absolute page turner! This was my first book by Hannah Mary McKinnon, but this definitely has me wanting to pick up more. YOU WILL REMEMBER ME is out now!

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