So, currently I'm in a small town out West, and thought I'd pop in for a sec to post a quick review. (Sorry for no image, but I'll come back later and upload one. And also foe the abruptness of the review )
In Remember to Forget from Watty Award-winning author Ashley Royer, Levi has refused to speak since the tragic death of his girlfriend, Delia, and can't seem to come out of his depression and hindering self-doubt. Desperate to make some positive change in Levi’s life, his mother sends him to live with his father in Maine. Though the idea of moving from Australia to America seems completely daunting, Levi passively accepts his fate, but once he lands faces personal struggles and self-doubt at the same time he and his dad battle through resentment and misunderstanding. And then, while at therapy, Levi meets Delilah, a girl who eerily reminds him of someone he lost.
I really enjoyed this book more than I thought I would. The author did a good job writing the story in first person. The characters seemed real, and I liked having the two different perspectives of the two main characters.
As for the characters themselves, Levi and Delilah were both wonderful. I loved how when Levi moved, his old and new friends still stood by home even though he kept pushing them away. Delilah was sweet and kind, and I like how she just wants to help people. Caleb and Aiden were some of my favorites as well. The story itself was good. There were some things that could have been added in, but overall I liked it.
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.
I received this ebook free from the publisher for an honest review.