Remember Me

May 14, 2015

Psychic Madelyn Rose is asked to help solve a missing children case on a Navajo reservation in Arizona. Although she foresees her own death (along with other disturbing visions) when she touches the detective in charge of the case, Bronx Daniels, she stays to find the missing boys. Will she also find love, or will she lose her life?

Overall, I really liked this book. The storyline was new and intriguing, if slightly predictable, and the characters (both reincarnations) were likeable and easy to connect with. I also found Gallagher’s use of various spiritual tools and practices to be, with my limited knowledge, appropriate and accurate.The one thing that keeps me from rating this book more highly is the overwhelming presence of grammatical errors. I found the frequent misspelling, misuse of words (the one that stands out is the use of “unrequited” to mean “unfulfilled”, rather than it’s true meaning “unreturned”), sentence structure issues, and mixing up “their” and “there” to be highly distracting.

As far as the storyline itself is concerned, I was pleased with this novel, and the author, Maggie Mae Gallagher has a lot of promise.

If it sounds intriguing to you, you can pick up your copy here!

*I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review, but all opinions are my own.*

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