Nell Slattery is one of two survivors of a plane crash that
killed everyone else on board. When she wakes up in the
hospital, she does not remember who she is or anything about
the plane crash. She wakes up to find her husband, Peter,
and her mother sitting at her bedside. Rory, her sister,
also makes an appearance, as well as her friend, Samantha.
These are the people that help her piece together the way
her life used to be. However, it becomes evident quite
quickly that there are plenty of evasions if not outright
lies in what is being told to Nell.
It is Nell's discovery of the truth and her methods of going
about doing this that make THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME such an
tantalizing story. As she charges through the facts that are
shared with her, she realizes that people do change and that
she has changed drastically through her experience. There
will be hurt and rage along this path, but there will also
be reunions and caring.
THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME takes a plot that may sound
familiar and turns it into something unique and thought
provoking. Allison Winn Scotch takes her readers on Nell's
journey of self-discovery and lets us peek into her most
personal moments as she starts to realize that things are
not exactly the way that they have been portrayed to her.
Since no one seems to be willing to tell her the total truth
about her former life, she must go about it in her own way.
What she finds along the way will change her in a very
THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME is a story to be reveled in as
Nell moves along her
path to the truth, both past and present. The emotions will
carry you away and make you a part of Nell's search, her
sorrows and her triumphs. Dig into THE SONG REMAINS THE SAME
and you won't be able to put it down until you have reached
that final page where everything comes together. The plot
is a bit different, which only makes it that much better. If
you want a book to become involved in, THE SONG REMAINS THE
SAME is the one for you.
She’s a wife, a sister, a daughter…but she remembers
nothing. Now she must ask herself who she is and choose
which stories—and storytellers—to trust. One of only two
survivors of a plane crash, Nell Slattery wakes up in the
hospital with no memory of it, or who she is, or was. Now
she must piece together both body and mind with the help of
family and friends who have their own agendas. Although Nell
can’t remember all that came before, something just doesn’t
sit right with the versions of her history given by her
mother, her sister, and her husband.
Desperate for a
key to unlock her past, she filters through photos, art,
music, and stories, hoping that something will jog her
memory, and soon, in tiny bits and pieces, Nell starts
remembering. . . .
From the New York Times
bestselling author of Time of My Life comes a
novel that asks: Who are we without our memories? How much
of our future is defined by our past?