The Last Thing I Remember by Andrew Klavan

Genre:  Action/Mystery

# of Pages:  346

2011-2012 High School Award Winner

RAC:  Yes

High school student Charlie West wakes up in a prison cell where he is being tortured for information.  Charlie has a difficult time understanding why he is in this situation because he cannot remember anything since he went to bed in his own house.  As he begins to put the pieces together he realizes that there is a lot of stuff he does not remember, but he does know he is currently in danger.  Can he escape in order to find out where the last year of his life went?  Can he find out why he is being tortured?

This story is full of action and suspense right from page one.  Any reader will not be able to help getting pulled into the story because the story is so compelling right from the beginning.  Where is Charlie?  What do they want from him?  Who can he go to for help?  The plot twists are surprising and yet believable.  Fans of espionage novels such as the Bourne trilogy, the Cherub series, or the Sleeper Code will love this book.

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2 Responses to “The Last Thing I Remember by Andrew Klavan”


  1. 1 Jenny May 18, 2011 at 4:34 am

    Man, this one does sound like it would grab you from page one! I love those stories; they make great, quick reads, perfect for when I need to escape just for a little bit.

  2. 2 Jessica Vitalis May 18, 2011 at 1:23 pm

    As always, thanks for the review. I especially appreciate that you compare it to other books we might enjoy so we can get an overall feel for the book. Keep up the good work!


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