Memory of Water

Memory of Water

Stuart Wakefield / Jul 11, 2020
Memory of Water Following the events of Body of Water disgraced Army Medic Shaun returns to London where his life dramatically spins out of control Drinking heavily he eventually decides to end his life Planning to
  • Title: Memory of Water
  • Author: Stuart Wakefield
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 221
  • Format: ebook
  • Following the events of Body of Water, disgraced Army Medic Shaun returns to London where his life dramatically spins out of control.Drinking heavily, he eventually decides to end his life Planning to drown himself in the River Thames, he discovers the body of his old flame Leven.Shaun sees this as a sign and takes Leven back to his flat to nurse him back to health, tryinFollowing the events of Body of Water, disgraced Army Medic Shaun returns to London where his life dramatically spins out of control.Drinking heavily, he eventually decides to end his life Planning to drown himself in the River Thames, he discovers the body of his old flame Leven.Shaun sees this as a sign and takes Leven back to his flat to nurse him back to health, trying to retrieve what he once discarded Thankfully for Shaun, Leven remembers nothing and Shaun uses this to his full advantage, constructing a history between the men that never happened.But when Leven starts to exhibit power over water, and Shaun is attacked by strange creatures, both men realise that their mutual deaths might have been preferable to the suffering their future holds.
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    About "Stuart Wakefield"

      • Stuart Wakefield

        Stuart wants to live in a world where toys are free, washing machines never break down, and everybody gets a happy ending.As an author, he s written Kindle best sellers, been nominated for the Polari First Book Prize and People s Book Prize, and experienced the all consuming fear of reading his work at London s Southbank Centre.He holds a Masters Degree in Professional Writing from Falmouth University, and when he s not writing you can find him thinking about writing.


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    1. I d read and liked the previous book in this series, Body of Water, and was very much looking forward to reading this sequel It tells of Shaun, who appears in the first half of the previous book as the first lover of Leven At the beginning of this book, Shaun is nineteen and has recently been released from a mental health hospital His life has hit an all time low as he struggles with being estranged from his parents, and from the regrets of his past, especially in relation to Leven He decides to [...]


    2. I think I must have been reading a different novel to every other reviewer here.Seeing that I d already purchased Book 1 in this trilogy, but hadn t reviewed it, I purchased Book 2 Memory of Water Strangely I couldn t remember Book 1 as I started to read, so downloaded from my Cloud Kindle Paperwhite Body of Water to re read after I d completed Book 2 Needless to say, as I read further into Book 2, memories of Book 1 began to surface so I will not be re reading Body of Water The writing style is [...]



    3. Let me start with saying this book is stunning in every possible way, there is one slight hint spoiler in here but not such much that you know what happens exactly.In such a short book 202 pages the way Stuart describes each scene is impeccable This story should be a movie or a series TV not collection of books , there is so much depth to this book, both clearly written and background meanings that you ll feel this book is than 300 pages In a great way.The way he described each scene in the fir [...]


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