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High Season: The Learnings of Mohammad Wang by [Patel, Chazzy]
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Reviewed By Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite After a brutal incident that left him for dead on an island in Mexico, a man wakes up with no memory of his past or who he is. He decides to go by a new name, Mohammad Wang, that just happens to be in his wallet, and build his new life around that new identity. He is not completely comfortable in his new identity, but he is not eager to bring back the old one either. However, at his therapist's insistence and due to the brief clips of his past life that keep flashing in his mind, he is forced to dig deep inside himself for the buried memories of his previous life. How can he continue to just live as Mohammad Wang when his old and real identity is strongly beckoning him to remember the past. And it is only by doing so that he will solve the mystery of the night Charles King disappeared and Mohammad Wang was born. High Season - The Learnings of Mohammad Wang by Chazzy Patel is an exciting read with a very fascinating plot that lures you into the quest of solving the mystery together with the central character. Chazzy Patel created a memorable setting, an intriguing plot, and engaging characters, all of which he blended into one captivating mystery. I enjoyed following the story of the two-in-one character as he rediscovered himself and began to live again. High Season - The Learnings of Mohammad Wang is, from the very start, set to be an interesting read and at several points it delivers on that promise. Reviewed By Stephen Fisher for Readers' Favorite High Season: The Learnings of Mohammad Wang by Chazzy Patel is a story that begins with how Charles King's memories come back to him in brief flashes. For now he is going by the name that feels right for him; Mohammad Wang. Mo for short. Currently his fondest memories, and pirating around with his best friends, are on Isla Mujeres, Mexico, just off the coast of Cancun. At first the only memories of his past that he has are when he joined the army at age 19, and that he has a daughter named Thea, which explained the tattoo on his left shoulder bearing the same name. In between his escapades, Wang makes attempts to use the internet and Google for answers to the momentary flashes of King's memories, or as he puts it, CK 1.0. Mr. Patel does a lost memory justice, while replacing it with a new identity. When one of Mohammad/Charles's friends suggests he call his daughter, he finds it easier not to be tied down to his memories by his phone, especially since he lost it. For him, that in itself gave him a sense of sympathetic relief. When Mr. Wang began taking interest in the University of London's online classes, Chazzy cleverly wrote, "I was soaking up things like a sponge into the space that was once filled with another man's life." Charles King's family is trying to find answers to help restore his memory. High Season by Chazzy Patel is brilliantly written account of what could happen to a man that survives an attack, and allows himself to lead an alternative life through eyes that have just opened for the first time, and to a life style that is far more appealing. Just when you think you have it all figured out, High Season pleasantly surprises you in the end. Well done!

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Mohammed Wang lives an idyllic and relatively uneventful life. Lounging in the sun on one of Mexico’s premiere beaches and drinking the night away has left him as the posterboy of carefree living. So it is all the more troubling when he learns a terrifying and alarming truth from his therapist and closest friends—he isn’t Mohammed Wang.
Beaten and left for dead in Isla Mujeres, Charles King disappeared into the recesses of his own mind after dedicating his life to uncovering the lost treasure that is rumored to be buried somewhere nearby. Now identifying as Mohammed Wang, Charles’ memory of the treasure—or even his own identity—are lost to those who remember Charles and deeply miss him. Encouraged to explore his lost memories and the events of his past, Mohammed struggles to come to terms with his split identity. Torn between the man he knows and the man he truly is, Mohammed must make a difficult choice: remain the ghost of a missing man or unlock the secrets of Charles King’s life.
Uncertain and afraid, Mohammed must unwittingly answer the call of the missing Charles King and aid him in his quest to locate the missing gold as well as the truth behind the fateful attack that split the man in two...

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  • Print Length: 220 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01NC3F4UJ
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