Thursday, 3 December 2015

Review: MemoRandom by Anders De La Motte


MemoRandom (MemoRandom, #1)In the first of two new action-packed thrillers by the internationally bestselling author of the Game trilogy, MemoRandom takes you deep inside the world of police intelligence—where secrecy, betrayal, and deadly competition reign supreme.
David Sarac is a handler at the Intelligence Unit of the Stockholm Police Force, identifying, recruiting, and wrangling anyone who can support the police in their battle against organized crime. And David is very good at what he does: manipulation, bribes, and threats—anything goes, so long as he delivers. Other agents can do nothing but watch jealously as his top-secret, high-level informant, Janus, rockets David to success.
But after David suffers a stroke during a high-speed car chase, crashing violently into the wall of a tunnel, he wakes up in a hospital with no memory at all of Janus or the past two years of his life. David only knows that he has to reconnect with Janus to protect himself and his informants before outside forces bring the whole network crashing down. Fortunately, he has his supportive friends and colleagues to help him rebuild his life…or does he?

From the award-winning Swedish author who has worked as a police officer and IT security consultant, MemoRandom is a stunning thriller and look inside the secret intelligence community, where you never know who’s on your side.

Clare's Review 5 of 5 stars.


I hadn’t read anything from Ander De La Motte before but I have heard good things and I was keen to read this book. Straight away it was obvious that it was going to be something of a rollercoaster and the storyline is very intense!

David Sarac is a police officer who needs to protect someone and that’s all he knows. After waking up from a car accident with no memory Sarac must team up with Natalie in order to put the pieces together before someone else does and finds the informant first. I enjoyed the interaction between both of these characters and the twists and turns the story provided. It is full of dark and scary moments that can leave you hanging off the edge of your seat. There are a few moments when the story feels so complex it makes you dizzy but don’t give up on it, the ending is a perfect edge of your seat thriller finish.




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