We follow the adventures of our hero who has lost his memory. Unfortunately, he finds this out and sorts out his life with remarkably little trauma and ease. He has a history of course, but even this colourful past is pat and unbelievable.
This is quite a weak story that kept me entertained enough to finish the book, but no more. I was frankly disappointed.
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"I wonder if I'm honest?" Maybe it was foolish, he thought, to pour out his heart to a whore on the street, but he had no one else. "Am I a loyal husband and a loving father and a reliable workmate? Or am I some kind of gangster? I hate not knowing."But he does, and it's that firm interior moral compass that keeps him on track through the novel's most fascinating pages as he solves the puzzle of who he really is: Claude "Luke" Lucas, a renowned rocket ...
"Honey, if that's what's bothering you, I know what kind of guy you are already. A gangster would be thinking, am I rich, do I slay the broads, are people scared of me?"
That was a point. Luke nodded. But he was not satisfied. "It's one thing to want to be a good person--but maybe I don't live up to what I believe in."