Official Review: Memory Thieves by Tayma Tameem

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Re: Official Review: Memory Thieves by Tayma Tameem

Post by Tayejim1 »

The writer certainly possess descriptive ability. But as a lover of humor, I would pass on this one. Great review
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A technological ability to take memories of people and sale them sounds unusual, and this intrigues me. I hope Vincent gets lucky in getting his memories as a soldier back. Amazing review.
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Post by Pluma »

This seems like a unique, exciting and interesting story. It sounds like the author did an amazing job. It’s a pity there isn’t any humour, though; I find it always makes a story better. Thanks for your detailed review!
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Post by ria246 »

Very interesting. Every time I hear about these kind of stories I wonder how much of it is actually happening in real life. It would be nice to get rid of a few bad dreams.
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The plot is so fascinating and intriguing. Sci-fis like this one generally leave me very anxious and I look forward to getting just as engaged with the story.

Great review!
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Wow, this book has such an interesting concept about taking away bad memories to induce sleep. I'm curious about how it will progress.
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This book sounds amazing. Definitely a must-read for me.
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Post by tarafarah7 »

Today's BOTD is about a company who steals memories from those who have trouble sleeping and sells them to billionaires to experience them for themselves. The vivid descriptions and details will keep readers turning of SciFi and action-packed thrillers are in for a treat! Thank you so much! Great review! :-)
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Post by Maddie Atkinson »

it's great that the author is able to create an image in your mind of exactly what she is describing!
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Post by Pamela Bianca Mas »

Memories are very private and personal and upon reading the review for this book, I want to join his quest in taking back what is his!
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Post by Mmg8464 »

Intriguing to have selected memories erased from a person. I wonder what the millionaires do with them though? I guess this is where the suspense comes in. Thanks for your review.
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Post by ankushavhad »

A rare concept in the medical revolution? Attempting stealing typical memory from volunteers head and resale it to billionaires. The practical catch when Vincent is willing to sleep can’t leave his memory Nice review, That Reviewer. Thanks.
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Post by Ferdinand_otieno »

This is a captivating science-fiction novel highlighting the human brain, stealing memories, revenge, determination, and justice. The book is temporarily free on Amazon Kindle and as an inciteful and perfectly descriptive OnlineBookClub review. Congrats @TaymaTameem on the BOTD.
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Post by Marxell »

Sounds very interesting to read. Good job on the review
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Post by Amy+++ »

I love the concept but at the same time I also don't. I think I skip this one, to me, it's just not something that I would read.
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