Published by Hollygrove Publishing Genres: Fiction, Suspense
Best-Selling Author, Wesley Paisley is on his way to an Awards ceremony when he loses control of his car – bumps his head and is left on the highway – with no memory & holding on for dear life. He is “saved” by a dysfunctional racist family who decides to keep his identity a secret because they are more concern about claiming the reward money. Will Wesley be able to regain his memory before it’s too late?
Anyone that has read a Brian W. Smith book knows you will be in store for some dramatic turns that will keep you guessing to the very end. When I read the synopsis for Amnesia, I was very eager to get my hands on the book.
The premise of this book is very good, but unlike other Brian W. Smith books I have read in the past, I wasn’t invested in these characters. I felt there were some parts of the book (Jacob/Malcolm) that should have been left on the cutting room floor. In my opinion, the story started off full blast, but lost some of its steam somewhere in the middle of the read.
In true Brian W. Smith style he did add a twist at the end of the story that I definitely didn’t see coming. Overall, Amnesia is not a bad read, and it will definitely have you talking.