Blog Tour: Remember – Shervin Jamali
This blog is proud to participate in the Remember – Shervin Jamali Blog Tour.
As Daniel watches the life ebb from her body, he wishes they'd had more time and knew each other when they were young. His wife surprises him by insisting that they did. And then she’s gone.
Daniel knows this can’t be true. Can it? They only met later in life, so why would Grace’s departing words hint at a shared youth? Haunted by this notion, Daniel journeys into the past to discover the truth.
‘Remember’ is a unique love story with a dark twist. Find out how it really began...
‘Remember’ is dedicated to the brilliant Scottish author Brendan Gisby and his late wife, Alison. Here’s what Brendan Gisby says: “Well, you bugger, ‘Remember’ made me cry. The one word I'll use to describe it is: Magnificent!”
Shervin Jamali has been writing for as long as he can remember as he had so many stories “locked away” but it wasn’t until he completed the first draft of ‘The Devil’s Lieutenant’ (2016) that he decided to turn his writings into books. His books are the perfect outlet for his daytime job as an IT consultant and he looks forward to the day he will be a full-time writer.
After having lived in sunny Florida, Shervin Jamali now resides in Knoxville, Tennessee. In his spare time, Shervin likes to put together jigsaw puzzles whilst contemplating plots for his next book.
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From Amy's Bookshelf Reviews:
Remember by Shervin Jamali
The prologue brings you in, and makes you grab for the tissues. I've read other works by Jamali, and this is totally different, but it shows the abilities of this fine writer. This is definitely one powerful love story, as Daniel searches for answers to his wife's deathbed insistence. Jamali has a remarkable way of painting this story with his glorious journey. I thoroughly enjoyed this emotional and yet, adventurous unique romance. It shows a depth of destiny and how its embedded into our souls. It is absolutely magnificent! Truly.
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