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by Judy Mercer
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Thrillers & Suspense
  • Author:
    Judy Mercer
  • ISBN:
    0671899619
  • ISBN13:
    978-0671899615
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  • Publisher:
    Pocket (June 1, 1997)
  • Subcategory:
    Thrillers & Suspense
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  • Rating:
    4.1
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Awakening bruised and bloody, with no memory, in a ransacked house, Ariel Gold begins a stubborn quest to reclaim her past.

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The dream jolts her awake. A woman wakes up in a ransacked house, alone with a german shepherd, and a face and body she doesn't recognize as her own because she has amnesia.

Her memory has vanished-all "Ariel" knows in her panic is that she is injured in a ransacked house in . lying near a blood-caked shirt and a gun.

The book I mentioned, see above, turned out to be quite good. It's "Fast Forward" by Judy Mercer. A woman wakes up to a wrecked apartment and can remember nothing about her life. All she knows is, she's literally not herself. She has awakened in another woman's body. What does this have to do with phrases? This "new" person in conversation frequently uses quotes and proverbs.

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Fast Forward by Judy Mercer (1995, Hardcover) 1st/1st Pocket Books. The Forward Book of Poetry 2014 by Poets, Various (Paperback book, 2013). A Journey Forward, Mazhar Khan, Good Book.

Published by Pocket Books. ISBN 10: 0671899600 ISBN 13: 9780671899608.

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Awakening bruised and bloody, with no memory, in a ransacked house, Ariel Gold begins a stubborn quest to reclaim her past, searching through a stranger's unknown life to find herself, but her investigation is leading her into the sights of a killer. Reprint.

Agalen
Ariel Gold wakes up in a body that she swears isn't her's and not a clue as to who she is. Even though Ariel doesn't know who she is or who is trying to kill her, I liked her from the start. Obviously a smart, independent woman used to fending for and taking care of herself, she makes a great character for the first in a series of books. By the end of the book Ariel has made herself into a better person that she was before the amnesia and along the way we get to enjoy a great mystery story. Thanks Amazon for introducing me to this author. I eagerly look forward to the other books in the series.
Doulkree
it is rather worn and I was expecting a hard back.
Fearlesssinger
Ariel Gold wakes up, beaten up, and in a destroyed house, and she can't remember what happened. Of course, she also can't remember who she is--except that when she sees herself in the mirror she knows that that HAS to be wrong--that is NOT HER!!

She has no idea who broke in and assaulted her, and no idea why anyone would. Since she doesn't know who to trust, she tries to hide the fact that she has complete amnesia. When a coworker, Henry, calls to see why she's not at work, she claims to be sick. That night she is attacked again and ends up shooting--and killing--the intruder.

Ariel gradually starts to trust her neighbor, and Henry, and reveals the fact that she doesn't know what she did or who she angered. She is pulled back into the world of television as her natural talents assert themselves, even though she having to improvise her entire life at this point. She starts interacting with other coworkers, interviewing crime victims, and even dating--all the while trying to seek her past and determine her future.

There were a surprising amount of major characters in this book (enough to be slightly confusing at times) but everything was nicely tied together at the end, with some good twists in the plot.
Bys
Ariel Gold wakes up, beaten up, and in a destroyed house, and she can't remember what happened. Of course, she also can't remember who she is--except that when she sees herself in the mirror she knows that that HAS to be wrong--that is NOT HER!!

She has no idea who broke in and assaulted her, and no idea why anyone would. Since she doesn't know who to trust, she tries to hide the fact that she has complete amnesia. When a coworker, Henry, calls to see why she's not at work, she claims to be sick. That night she is attacked again and ends up shooting--and killing--the intruder.

Ariel gradually starts to trust her neighbor, and Henry, and reveals the fact that she doesn't know what she did or who she angered. She is pulled back into the world of television as her natural talents assert themselves, even though she having to improvise her entire life at this point. She starts interacting with other coworkers, interviewing crime victims, and even dating--all the while trying to seek her past and determine her future.

There were a surprising amount of major characters in this book (enough to be slightly confusing at times) but everything was nicely tied together at the end, with some good twists in the plot.
Oghmaghma
I immediately got into this book, a real page turner from the very first page with lots of interesting characters (just who is going to be the love interest -- for once it is not painfully obvious). The plot line itself unfortunately got more and more implausible as it was unraveled. But that didn't detract too much from the story.
It was wonderful to read about a woman who was of independent financial means and to learn how she got there. But would that it would be so easy to lose weight simply because you don't like the way you look and you decide not to eat so much! I didn't quite get that whole aspect of the plot and it seemed to get A LOT of unnecssary play. In addition, that strong independent woman is also portrayed as being rather unnattractive and socially isolated as well as being chunky. Such unfortunate and untrue stereotypes. How refreshing if that had been turned on its head.
Still, this is a definite add-to-the-beach-bag book. Don't expect anything deep or heavy -- think Die Hard with amnesia and you get the idea. Fast and easy reading!
Wnex
I can only rate this book an okay. I read a lot and was put off immediately when I learned it was about memory loss. Such and old premise for a mystery. As a woman who weighs 156 and wears glasses (but usually contacts) I was highly offended about her reference of weight as 142 being fat and glasses meaning plain at best, if not ugly. And the child abuse angle of the father's discipline only added to the sterotype. Fortunately, she was called Ariel and not Jane. Plain Jane. For someone described as so dumpy and boring she seemed to have good male friends and allies. An inconsistency at best. I wanted to know more bout the men in her life. Why bother to introduce them if they were not to be developed?

One more thing. Ariel killed the intruder and seemed to feel no remorse. That was really strange to me. No way could I sleep in that house, especially with a loss of memory and a fractured wrist. And why didn't that make the local news or come to the attention of her colleagues at "Open File"? They specialized in unsolved mysteries!

This book may have worked better as a supernatural story. I love sci-fi and could see some kind of mind/body switch between Ariel and Jane. Or even better, both souls captured in Ariel that were in partnership to solve the crime and improve Ariel's life. This story had just too many coincidences that the "Open File" investigative reporters failed to explore. The same restaurant, the same car, the same night, the physical similarities. Rework the story a bit with the supernatural angle and it would be a lot better.

I am reading Double Take now. I hope it pulls all the loose ends from Fast Foward together. Maybe it will explain the title at least. No sex, no daydreaming about sex, no violence, no bad language. Rated PG-13.