About the Book

Title: Remember Me (Remember Me #1)
Published: 1989
Series: Remember Me

The Deal:

Shari Cooper goes to a party, stands on a balcony, and wakes up dead. The police are saying she committed suicide, but she knows she didn’t. And she’s not going anywhere until she solves her murder and clears her name.

Christopher Pike’s Favorite Literary Devices:

  • Arson
  • Baby Swap
  • Creepy Siblings
  • Detective
  • Diabetes
  • Dream Sequence
  • Drugs
  • False Identity
  • Illicit Sex
  • Incest
  • Ouija Board
  • Revenge
  • Secretly Related
  • Villain Monologue

Can I Guess the End?

You almost definitely can’t guess the end of this book.

How Fucked Up Is This Book?

It’s pretty fucked up, yo.

Does the Cover/Title Accurately Represent the Story?

I love this cover! It’s not in print anymore, but Shari totally wears that exact fug outfit. The title’s okay.

Should I Read (Or Re-Read As an Adult) This Book?

READ IT! It’s SO good! This was my favorite CP book and I’m so glad it didn’t disappoint. It’s the first one I re-read and because of it, I had unfair expectations of the books to come.

FTC Full Disclosure: I received neither money nor cocktails for writing this review (dammit!). Remember Me is available now.

Meredith Borders is formerly the Texas-based editor of Fangoria and Birth.Movies.Death., now living and writing (and reading) in Germany. She’s been known to pop by Forever Young Adult since its inception, and she loves YA TV most ardently.