Disremembered by S. A. Ellis (Book Review #43)

Faith Roden has recovered from a horrific incident. She was abducted and beaten to death. I’m not sure how you could survive such an ordeal, but she recovers. Luckily amnesia assists her to carry on with her life and moves on without the normal setbacks one gets enduring such an incident.

As life progresses, she starts experiencing flashbacks. Questions begin to arise, and her curious mind wishes to understand the reasons behind them. Feelings begin to resurface, and Faith has no choice but to face the reality of what happened in her past.

The tale consistently moves between the future, the past, and the present. Faith’s father refuses to pay the ransom that could have prevented all her agony. Ben, the hero, also plays an important part in Faith’s life and fate. The story has a surprise and many twists and turns alongside the expected drama.

The Author does mention at the beginning that the book contains adult material. That is for the sexual content and some scenes that are not suitable for any audience. I think there needs to be praise give here as most writers do not warn you and the unpleasant surprise is not welcoming afterward.

S. A. Ellis takes you on a delightful journey through this book. The story has a bit of everything, love, romance, betrayal, psychological issues, drama, and much more. It is beautifully composed, and the author’s background in writing does provide her credit for the literary standard the book comprehends.

The added mystery to the whole tale was very intriguing, and the characters were captivating and relatable. I highly recommend this book and look forward to seeing more from this Author.

Written by Jeyran Main

This review was kindly requested by the Author, S. A. Ellis

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