- By Tom Pawlik

Recollection

  • Title: Recollection
  • Author: Tom Pawlik
  • ISBN: 9781414374970
  • Page: 182
  • Format: ebook
  • Recollection In each installment of Hours a character is visited by the enigmatic Thomas Constant who makes a heart stopping statement You are about to die But you may choose from one of three options Live sev

    In each installment of 7 Hours, a character is visited by the enigmatic Thomas Constant, who makes a heart stopping statement You are about to die But you may choose from one of three options Live seven hours, travel back in time and relive seven hours, or accept the inevitable and die now New York City cabdriver Adrian Colfax awakens one night muttering a mystIn each installment of 7 Hours, a character is visited by the enigmatic Thomas Constant, who makes a heart stopping statement You are about to die But you may choose from one of three options Live seven hours, travel back in time and relive seven hours, or accept the inevitable and die now New York City cabdriver Adrian Colfax awakens one night muttering a mysterious string of numbers and with the fragments of a bizarre dream in his head He can t shake the feeling there s something he s supposed to do Something very important He just can t remember what it is.Through a series of haunting visions, Adrian comes to believe he s been transported back in time to prevent the violent murder of the girl he loved But he also learns that saving Kate could result in something even catastrophic.The clock is ticking What will you do with the time you have left

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    1. "Nine-Three-One-One-One-Seventy-Five-Seventy Seven."These were the same numbers that New York taxi cab driver, Adrian Colfax heard himself mumbling each time he drifted in and out of consciousness. But no matter how hard he tried, he couldn't remember what they meant and why they were continuously on his mind. At 1:01 a.m. he ventured inside Java Cove, a coffee shop he used to frequent every night for a cup of joe back when he was a cabdriver in Manhattan. Back when he was working through the ni [...]

    2. WOW!Let me warn you, this may not be for everyone. It brings up questions about faith, God, and the chance to change the past.Well written. But this WILL STAY with you. You may not like where this goes, at all. But it will make you think.

    3. Recollection was a really interesting read. The ending was unexpected and very thought-provoking. I look forward to reading the rest of the collection!

    4. Gee I enjoyed reading this story. I so wish it was a full length novel.This is the fourth of the 7 Hour series that I've read and Pawlik approached it quite differently from the other authors. As an aside, I understand all 7 authors met and consulted on each other's stories to ensure different approaches to the concept. Yes, Pawlik deals with the idea of changing the past, hence, the title, however, I particularly liked Thomas Constant's expanded role in this one. And for the first time, I had s [...]

    5. FROM : In each installment of 7 Hours, a character is visited by the enigmatic Thomas Constant, who makes a heart-stopping statement: "You are about to die. But you may choose from one of three options: Live seven more hours, travel back in time and relive seven hours, or accept the inevitable and die now."About the book:In Recollection Adrian Colfax awakens from a vision with a string of numbers running through his head. He can't remember what the numbers are for but there is an urgency for him [...]

    6. Adrian Colfax wakes up muttering a string of numbers. He's just had a crazy dream that doesn't add up. Something feels off once he wakes up.Adrian believes he's supposed to do something important if only he could remember.I absolutely loved Tom Pawlik's addition to the 7 Hours world. His book reads like an episode of Lost. You have the main character who can't remember while having small pieces of memory to string together and we are trying to solve the problem right along with him. You have the [...]

    7. Have you ever wondered about what you would do if you were given only seven hours to change something in your life? What would you go back and change? Would it make your life better? Would it make it worse? Would you find redemption or only bring yourself more agony? Seven authors set out to tell seven unique stories of seven people who were faced with such a choice. Recollection is one of these seven stories, written by Tom Pawlik. The main character in this story, named Adrian is faced with th [...]

    8. Recollection by Tom Pawlik is a fantastic story that will keep you on the edge of your seat. This book is in the 7 Hours series, a character is visited by Thomas Constant, who makes a heart-stopping statement: “You are about to die. But you may choose from one of three options: Live seven more hours, travel back in time and relive seven hours, or accept the inevitable and die now.” This is another book that I listened to as I ran on my treadmill. Very interesting. It tells of a cab driver an [...]

    9. Tom Pawlick takes an interesting angle on Mr Constant's offer to relive seven hours of life, put death off by seven hours, or to pass on either offer. The story begins with the protagonist, Adrian, who finds himself sixty years younger and not sure how or why. The reader takes an increasingly intense ride with Adrian as he struggles to figure it all out.Overall, I really enjoyed the story. A couple of things didn't quite sit well with me, though. The palm reader made me uncomfortable. That is pr [...]

    10. Review on : amazon/review/R2G54M5MReview on my blog: christianbookshelfreviews.4.5 starsRecollection was a wonderful story! I was surprised by a lot of things in this book - especially what all the numbers meant.Overall thoughts on the series:All in all, this was a very interesting series that I extremely enjoyed reading! I loved how so many of my favorite authors came together with this series and I really enjoyed all the installments, though my two favorites were The Last Night of Alton Webber [...]

    11. I particularly enjoyed this instalment in the 7 Hours series. Tom Pawlik adds an extra level of mystery as we find our character Adrian Colfax waking up in the past with little to no memory of Thomas Constant or the deal he has made. This is explained because Adrian has travelled so far back, from the point of his death as an old man. Adrian begins to understand that there is something very important that he has to prevent here in the past, but he cannot remember what it is. The mysterious numbe [...]

    12. This is another book on the subject of changing history. If you could go back in time and change something that you thought would make world better, you may discover the impact of that discision wasn't what was best for mankind. The author spins an interesting tale. But at the end, I thought, "Well, duh!"

    13. I did not like the ending!I am liking the series and the concept of different authors tackling a common theme of What If we could 'undo' a bad choice. I was enjoying this story right up to the epilogue. No happily ever after this time. Oh well, 3 sevens down, 4 to go.

    14. This book really made me think. If I had the chance to go back and change one thing in my life, would I do it? What would be different in my life if I did change things? Tom Pawlik did an excellent job with this novella. I can't wait to see what the other authors did with the idea.

    15. Excellent. Short, sweet, and full of mystery. It all comes together at the end. Very well written. After reading both Vanish and Recollection by Pawlik, he is proving to be an outstanding author. Looking forward to reading more by this author.

    16. Of all of the books in this series, Recollection, has been my favorite. I was unsure where it was going at the beginning but I was shocked, surprised, and really enjoyed this storyline. Made me think the most of the books so far.

    17. A great short story by Tom Pawlik. As a fan or his other works I had to check this one out. The story is part of a collection called the 7 hour series. Which includes seven stories by 7 authors that revolve around a central character and 7 hours. I am now on my way to read the other 6

    18. An exciting, quick read. A good bit of intensity packed into a tight space. Packs quite the sobering punch. Pawlik is an author I'd highly recommend to any fan of thoughtful suspense.

    19. Pawlik writes an interesting story that explores how changing the past can have unexpected results in the future. The twist at the end caught me by surprise (in a good way; I like to be surprised).

    20. A very interesting read. Very fast, but thought provoking. It takes you in a direction you don't see coming.

    21. I highly recommend this book! Original, mysterious, and suspenseful with a plot twist you are unlikely to forget.

    22. THought provoking and brilliantly laid out, this free read is definitely worth checking out. I could not put it down.

    23. I really enjoyed this story! It developed the characters well, gave a message without being over the top with it, and makes you think. It also had quite a twist at the end!

    24. Recommended!! An easy, quick read that provides some food for thought. Encouraging, in an odd sort of way. If I recall correctly, this was a freebie I picked up for the Kindle.

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