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Price
$15.99  $14.71
Publisher
Agora Books
Publish Date
Pages
320
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781947993686
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About the Author

Patricia Shanae Smith was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. She wrote REMEMBER, her debut novel, after dealing with depression, cutting, eating disorders, addiction--she wanted to be part of the author club where you can save lives with words. She always says, writing is not what I do, it's who I am. You can always find her at pop punk shows and coffee shops. Follow her on Twitter at @pssmith92 and Instagram at @patriciashanae. She also hosts an open community where people who are going through a hard time can submit their troubles, secrets and express how they're feeling without judgement at www.tell-patricia.tumblr.com.

Reviews

Outstanding Praise for Patricia Smith
"Smith's empathy for her characters makes for a supremely relatable take on mental illness. REMEMBER is an emotional rollercoaster of a debut, culminating with a twist that will leave you reeling. "--Alafair Burke, NYT bestselling author of THE BETTER SISTER
"Patricia Smith's work feels necessary. She's as honest in her writing as she is IRL, and that is very honest indeed."--CrimeReads (October's Best Debut Novel Pick)
"REMEMBER is a thought-provoking character study and intriguing mystery rolled into one. Patricia Shanae Smith is a welcome and much needed addition to the psychological suspense genre. In this search for self in a city filled with many voices, Smith's Portia is one character you won't forget."--Kellye Garrett, Anthony, Agatha and Lefty award-winning author of HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE and HOLLYWOOD ENDING
"Having survived depression and addiction, Smith has chosen to give herself over to writing in order to use words to save lives. And we should all be grateful."--Matt Coleman, Book Riot
"[I]ntense...an earnest treatise on mental illness."--Publisher's Weekly
"Smith's debut heralds the entrance of a writing talent to be watched...its discussion of unreliable memories and a toxic father-daughter relationship based on forgetting, should please fans of Ottessa Moshfegh's EILEEN."--CrimeReads