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The Last Thing I Remember author: Andrew Klavan

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Gabriel Zamora

on 21 October 2013

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Transcript of The Last Thing I Remember author: Andrew Klavan

The Last Thing I Remember author: Andrew Klavan
He travels around a lot in this book, but never leaves America. He goes to a lot of places including prison and New York, which is where he ends up spending most of his time.
The protagonist is Charlie West. He is about 18 years old, has blonde hair, and stands at about 5'11. He is very faithful in God and a very good student in school. He is a black belt in karate and is a very honest and kind young man.
The main antagonist in this book is a detective named Rose. Rose is chasing Charlie throughout the book because Charlie had been convicted of murder. He isn't very tall, maybe 5'6 and he is African American. He is muscular and always has a very serious face.
The theme is to always be faithful to God.
When he is getting shot at by terrorists, he starts praying for a way out of it.
When he is starving and hasn't eaten for days, he prays and ends up finding a church that is feeding the homeless.
The major conflict is an internal conflict that Charlie has with himself. He begins to wonder if he really is a murderer and if he really did kill his best friend. He just doesn't know who or what to believe.
My favorite quote is "never give in, never, never, never give in", a famous quote by Winston Churchill. Its my favorite quote because every time Charlie is put in a hard spot he says this to himself over and over and it somehow helps him find a way out.
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