Remember Me stretches the core values of decency and love in the most unlikely of circumstances. Andrew Johnson is unexpectedly whisked back through time to 1985 on the eve of his fiftieth birthday. The story setting is in Iowa. Left behind are his new wife and a life he always dreamed. He is an outsider with no way back to his own time. He uses the technology in his cell phone to make him rich beyond his wildest dreams, but a brief encounter with his ex wife causes a ripple effect that erases his daughter from existence. Andrew must try and survive the 25 years and hope the black hole that ripped his life apart will reappear so he can travel back once more to save his daughter, and all that he corrupted.
Die Motivation das vorliegende Buch zu schreiben gaben mir einerseits die gut 20 Kurse und Schulungen an technischen Fachhochschulen wie auch bei Firmen während der letzten drei Jahren: Für einem 3-Tageskurs oder 5-Tageskurs in Photovoltaik wurden dicke Ordner mit Kursfolien an jeden Kursteilnehmer verteilt. Diese Folien werden…
Remember Me will make you think twice about, "What if I could do it over?" It is part love story, part science fiction, and part suspense. Andrew is faced with the choice of intervening in the lives of those he loves or walking alone. When chance reunites him with the younger version of the woman he loves, he chooses to help her, and the consequences are dire. With every good deed Andrew attempts to do, a worse outcome seems to happen. His final test of morality and humanity is the hardest test anyone could face, the terrorist attack of 9/11.
Remember Me has a cross-genre audience appeal. Science fiction fans won't be disappointed with the theories expounded on time travel and the intense build-up to the surprise ending. Romance enthusiasts will feel for the timeless love of Andrew and Amy, and anyone who has ever wondered "What if" will feel for the dilemmas facing Andrew at every turn.