Someone to Remember Me: The Anniversary Edition

Brendan Mancilla
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“In our future is our past…” 

A young man named Seven awakens on a deserted street, stricken by an amnesia that he can’t explain. When he discovers other survivors that share his affliction, among them a woman who stirs his dormant memories, they embark on a deadly journey across a ruined landscape. 

Haunted by the mystery of their city’s apocalyptic demise and hunted by a malevolent beast, Seven and his companions discover the dark truth of their past. 

What awaits the survivors at the crux of myth and legacy is a story of love, loss, and triumph that defies even death itself.
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About the author

Brendan Mancilla lives in San Diego, California where he studied English at San Diego State University.

Someone to Remember Me is his first novel.

Learn more at his website: www.bmancilla.com

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Publisher
Brendan Mancilla
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Published on
Jul 22, 2014
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Pages
307
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ISBN
9780985001605
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Science Fiction / Action & Adventure
Fiction / Science Fiction / General
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