The Forgetting Time

51+F2IMp2-LThe Forgetting Time by Sharon Guskin is a fascinating story that pulls you in right from the start. No matter what your belief in reincarnation, The Forgetting Time certainly makes you believe it’s possible. Noah, four, is being raised by Jamie, a single mom. He won’t take baths, has terrible nightmares, and insists that Jamie returns him to his other mother. Psychiatrist after psychiatrist tell her there’s nothing wrong with Noah, but she knows something isn’t right. Enter Jerome Anderson, who studies children who have had past lives. He and Jamie work together to help Noah and, in doing so, solve a crime. It’s good reading that will keep you on the edge of your seat. My only complaint is that everything is solved long before the end of the book and it kind of fades out until the last page. On the whole, however, this was an enjoyable read.
four-stars

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