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He can always find something to eat," Sinek writes in the post. After Michael decided to order soup, he asked the server whether it was vegetable or chicken stock. She assured him that it was vegetable. When the soup arrived, Sinek writes that Michael asks, for a second time, whether the stock is really vegetable. It's actually something more positive," Sinek explains.
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Rate this book. Boxing Day, December I've always delighted in the free fall between sleep and wakefulness. Those precious few semiconscious seconds before you open your eyes, when you catch yourself believing that your dreams might just be your reality. A moment of intense pleasure or pain, before your senses reboot and inform you who and where and what you are. For now, for just a second longer, I'm enjoying the self-medicated delusion that permits me to imagine that I could be anyone, I could be anywhere, I could be loved. I sense the light behind my eyelids and my attention is drawn to the platinum band on my finger.
This is a tension-packed drama that unfolds with each page higher in intrigues than the preceding page. The story portrays a lady who suddenly wakes up on her sickbed with no memory of her past, but quite aware that her husband has something to do with her loss of memory.
Thank you! A pathological liar, a woman in a coma, a childhood diary, an imaginary friend, an evil sister—this is an unreliable-narrator novel with all the options. Now it's Dec. We won't learn what caused her condition until the end of the book, and the journey to that revelation will be complicated by many factors. One: She doesn't remember her accident. Two: As she confesses immediately, "Sometimes I lie. As Amber lies in bed recalling the events of the week that led to her accident, several other narrative threads kick up in parallel.