Amnesia

When Max opens his eyes, he remembers nothing He cannot remember who he is He cannot remember where he is or how he got there He cannot remember why he feels so much pain and why there is so much blood.And he cannot remember why he is sharing his space with the dead body of a man and another s severed head
Amnesia When Max opens his eyes he remembers nothing He cannot remember who he is He cannot remember where he is or how he got there He cannot remember why he feels so much pain and why there is so much bloo

  • Title: Amnesia
  • Author: Adam Patterson
  • ISBN: 9781476429557
  • Page: 413
  • Format: ebook
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    1. A man wakes up on a floor, in pain and confused. We slowly, very slowly witness him detailing what he feels as he tries to move and understand what happened. Then he finally starts getting flashbacks about what had taken place.I didn't like the writing, there were a lot of at firsts and mispellings, it was slow paced (never thought I would say this about a short story) and the ending was predictable. There are better short stories out there.Oh and the cover was completely ridiculous and speaks w [...]

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