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Memory Man (Amos Decker series) by David Baldacci (Review #2)

Reviewed by Allen Hott

memorymansmAnother great story from Mr. Baldacci. He really puts together some many things, places, and people into one great story. This has to be one of his best.

Amos Decker is a savant that became one because of an earlier football hit wherein he survived but his mind was completely altered. He had very little feelings left but he had memories galore. He is able to tell people who were around him where and when they were to the exact minute regardless of when they were in fact with him. His memory for the past is completely incredible but also completely accurate. He also has picked up some type of anomaly in that he often remembers numbers as colors and vice versa. This is sometimes a help and sometimes a hindrance. Read the rest of this entry »

Memory Man by David Baldacci (Audio Book) Narrated by Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy

Memory ManReviewed by Caryn St. Clair

Amos Decker died twice on the football field in his first and last professional game, but was revived both times. As a result, Amos sees numbers as colors, sees people’s moods as colors and literally remembers everything. The remembering everything served him well as a cop until his own family was slaughtered in their home. Amos wasn’t able to recover from his grief and his life quickly slid downhill. Read the rest of this entry »