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Remember Me: Volume Two: The Return Part II and The Last Story (Remember Me (Paperback)) Paperback – 7 Oct 2010
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All of Pike's big-hitters re-issued as bind-ups for a new generation of horror fans.
About the Author
Christopher Pike is the pseudonym of Kevin McFadden. He was born in New York, but grew up in Los Angeles, where he lives to this day. Prior to becoming a writer he worked in a factory, painted houses and programmed computers. His hobbies include astronomy, meditating, running and making sure his books are prominently displayed in his local bookshop!
As well as being a bestselling teen horror and thriller writer, he is also the author of numerous titles for adults. Other well-known works include: 'The Last Vampire' series and the 'Remember Me' series.
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20 October 2016
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
I decided to re-read this series after a long time and now I remember why I forgot the second part of the story. Where the first book was a good read, the second just didn't have the same feel to it and I ddn't like the characters too much. It felt more superficial than supernatural. I think if you want to read the complete set then fine, but the first book is perfectly good as a stand alone. The second and third parts of the story make references to other works by Pike, and I would recommend reading those books rather than this one.