Authentic premise, worth one’s while!
Realistic yet episodic an adventurous sci-fi with a superbly proactive twisty plot, ‘The Persistence of Memory Book 1: Deja Vu’ is a cleverly constructed character driven saga.
Battling the Deja Vu situation and striving hard to make sense with present day lives, author Karen Janowsky’s character Daniel Hecht and Nina Asher are flawed yet charismatic superheroes whose romance and attraction is laudable amidst action, grit and enigma.
Engaging readers on many levels with supernatural undertones saturating the intriguing narrative, author Karen Janowsky immaculately weaves and wraps together seemingly distinct plot strands that are unpredictable yet engaging with over flowing leaps of scientific logic unfolding a compelling world building embedded with freshness and fluidity.
Brimming with peril and intricately fascinating details of the world around characters, ‘The Persistence of Memory Book 1: Deja Vu’ is an absorbing and entertaining 1st in the series that is a pleasing original contribution to the genre of contemporary fantasy and romance that tackles and sharpens readers appetite for the upcoming installments. With thrilling twists and a purely authentic premise, this 5 star read is definitely worth one’s while and highly recommended.