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by J.M. Snyder
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ⓂⓂ NERD
ⓂⓂ NERD rated it 7 years ago
this was quick but an emotional read that was very beautifully written, you can feel the connection and the love between Joah and Tobin form the first encounter, and that happy ending just sealed deal to make this book amazingly perfect, I really loved it and enjoyed reading it.
JustJen
JustJen rated it 8 years ago
3.5 starsI don't usually like this genre all that much, but was pleasantly surprised by this story. It was an interesting fast read that was very sweet, despite the bad stuff going on.I would have liked to have seen a little more surrounding what led up to Joah's escape and thought it was a bit coi...
elizabetta
elizabetta rated it 8 years ago
3.5 starsThe author manages to build a futuristic dystopia in just a few pages, fleshing out a world at war, seen through the eyes of one of its programmed soldiers. Joah was culled, taken from his family, his husband, Tobin, and forced into the army. His memories are then stripped away in order to ...
bookishlyanna
bookishlyanna rated it 9 years ago
It was perfect. I'm gonna try writing a review when I can put into words how amazing this was.
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer rated it 9 years ago
Three for three when it comes to JM Snyder who uses a stylized story telling that sucks me in and holds me tight. I got misty more then once simply due to the intensity of the trust and passion on each page. Oh goodie what next!
MLE's Porn and Ponies
MLE's Porn and Ponies rated it 9 years ago
A short, but interesting, and well developed story. I felt like I was able to build such a clear picture of the state of the world, and the lives of the people there without any sort of info dumping. The plot is interesting, and well developed. I enjoyed the struggles of the characters, and seeing t...
Eve
Eve rated it 10 years ago
Aww, this really was a sweet tender little love story. It doesn't go overboard with wrapping everything up neatly, and it's not entirely logical, but it packs an emotional punch for its thousand or so kindle locations.
Mandy, I read obsessively
Mandy, I read obsessively rated it 10 years ago
4.5For a relatively short book this is a very powerful story.It's heartbreaking and sad, but the love conquers all is so uplifting and beautiful it makes it all worthwhile.Recommend !
Simsala`s Abracadabra
Simsala`s Abracadabra rated it 10 years ago
4,5 starsReleased in January 2007 Persistence Of Memory is a m/m-Methusalem.I never gave it - or every other book by J.M. Snyder - a second glance due to the authors preferred writing style in first person-present tense narrative.So not my thing...What a mistake.Thanks to the gentle push of a friend...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it 12 years ago
For five years, Joah is culled and trained as a soldier. A chip embedded inside of him, to make him forget everything. But Joah remembers his name, he hangs on to that, and escapes the facility. He thinks he will find someone who at least remembers him and helps him. Then, the first man that he meet...
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