Imagine whole chunks of your memory disappearing. Imagine your dad died with the same symptoms. Scary, huh? Now imagine your dad died 8 years ago at age 49. Imagine yourself spiraling into this abyss when you’re only 25. Cameron Vaux doesn’t need to imagine it–he’s living it.
When Cameron’s dad died 8 years ago he warned him that this day would come. He also told him about a book of days where God records every moment of every persons life. He told Cameron that if he can find this book it may cure him. Six years later, on her deathbed after a tragic accident, his wife Jesse tells him the same thing.
Although quite agnostic, Cameron is determined to try anything that may spare him. Jesse’s foster-sister Ann, and Cameron have a cold distant relationship, but she is an investigative reporter so he contacts her for help. She reluctantly agrees, and the story takes off.
James Rubart is one of the best new authors to come onto the fiction scene in quite a while. His meaningful, gripping tales are the product of superb storytelling. His exciting tales contain that extra twist that makes the difference between a good book and a great book.
5 Star Worthy