The Book Mark

Books that make the grade.

If I Forget You

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Book Browse allowed me the opportunity to read If I Forget You (C) by Thomas Christopher Green as one of the First Impression Choices.

Henry Gold was a student at Bannister College in Providence where he met and fell in love with Margot Fuller. He was poor and she was rich. He was Jewish while she was not. Given these age-old circumstances, you can imagine how this would turn out.

This novel is a cliché. The characters are stereotypical and the story reads likes an ordinary soap opera. There are several scenes, which could have been better delivered but instead were obvious and predictable.

I would not recommend this book to the serious reader who likes to dig into a story and stay there till the final pages. Unfortunately, I found If I Forget You simply forgettable.

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