Before I Go to Sleep
A NovelBook - 2011
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Christine has amnesia. Every day she wakes up not knowing where she is or who’s sleeping next to her. As the day unfolds, she learns that she was involved in a horrific car accident. And, although she has no recollection of him, the man in her bed turns out to be her husband Ben, who has patiently stuck with her throughout her lengthy ordeal. (more)
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Christine has amnesia. As each day unfolds, she re-learns that she was involved in a horrific car accident, and the man sleeping in her bed is her husband, Ben, who has patiently stuck by her throughout her lengthy ordeal. To build up a bank of memories, a therapist encourages Christine to keep a... Read More »
A rare form of amnesia means that Christine remembers nothing from day to day. The journal she keeps to compensate makes her believe her life may be in danger.
An amnesiac attempts to reconstruct her past by keeping a journal and discovers the dangerous inconsistencies in the stories of her husband and her secret doctor. - See more at: http://librarypoint.bibliocommons.com/item/show/581282072_before_i_go_to_sleep#sthash.9t16mbZE.dpuf
An amnesiac attempts to reconstruct her past by keeping a journal and discovers the dangerous inconsistencies in the stories of her husband and her secret doctor. (Catalog summary)
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Christine has a rare type of amnesia. She can function throughout the day making short-term memories perfectly fine, but at night when she goes to sleep, each day vanishes. She cannot convert her short term memories into long term memories. As she begins keeping a journal at the encouragement of a new doctor, Christine slowly starts to untangle a web of truth, and deceit, but remains unsure what or whom to trust
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