Review for Chapter I of "Stranger's Memory"
As I had previously been ponderously scouring as I do on short occasion throughout Inkitt, I happened to come across this story on a rather curious matter of coincidence within my notifications (made such a interesting event simply by the fact that I tend not to journey to Inkitt much as to not obstruct from my own writings); and as such because I instantly recognized the author from two of their previous stories (both of which I joyfully discovered to be rather marvelous, to which I both certainly recommend), AXIS and Awakening: The ALPHA Generation, I dove headfirst into the first chapter of this story and relatively-speaking, frantically tore through it (much to the point that I had to relook over the text multiple times as to completely comprehend it to the best of my ability). Upon concluding my reading of this 'demo' chapter, I can safely say that it is just as intriguing (and perhaps even more so than the previously mentioned works to an equivalent standard); as it includes the base-plate for seemingly deep and interesting characters within a fascinating plot that may perhaps expand into a wonderful puzzle of events (to which I undoubtfully hope) while retaining a sturdy and professionally concise frame/style of writing which is delightfully simplistic and gracious to the reader whilst providing enough extra layers (or entire dimensions) of unfolding story yet to be beheld; and the writer indefinitely demonstrates a talent for in-depth physiological analysis of their characters which (for the time being) presents the opportunity for an intricate series of mental conflicts within the main-characters head, which for the same matter provides even more intrigue to the tone of the novel and leaves a profoundly strong sense of mystery and curiosity lingering within the mind of the reader. The main characters ability to recollect and even experience 'flashbacks' and images of happenings to which might not even be in his own memory in surmountable detail are incredibly supernatural and provide a unique abundance of opportunities and spine-tingling suspense to experience as we (as the readers) receive glimpses of an utterly horrible event and senses the profound disturbances of unease that they carry are led almost into a new dimension of horrors and fantastical mysteries, and for that alone; Stanger's Memory is already quite the exciting (and recommendable) read, to which I certainly hope will eventually receive the attention it deserves, and to which I will as well undoubtedly look forward to continuing.
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*(Please excuse how unnecessarily tedious and unfinished this early review is, I was simply trying to regurgitate as much of my thoughts as possible and it turned out to be (at least in my opinion), quite overwhelming, but besides that remark; fantabulous job so far, and I will of course be prepared to continue whenever you happen to publish a new chapter. Otherwise than that, good day and happy holidays!)*