Tell me who I Am by Alex and Marcus Lewis, chronicles the long journey of Alex who tries to recover from memory-loss due to a car accident. With the help of his twin brother Marcus, he tries to get back the memories of his past life, but Marcus is hiding a dark family secret. Tell me who I Am explores in detail themes like complex family ties, lost memories, secrets, and brotherhood. I was in awe of these characters, their strength to overcome the past together, and their unusual life story. I’m glad I got the chance to know more about them. Read on for community reviews and my thoughts about the book Tell Me Who I Am.


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In 2021, Lisanne recommended “Tell Me Who I am” by Alex and Marcus Lewis and said…

“It is an interesting idea how a seemingly great solution – losing all your bad and traumatic memories – isn’t a solution to the problems at all. As this documentary implies, emotions cannot be controlled, and by hiding certain emotions or painful experiences they aren’t cleaned up at all.”

Reviews from Insiders:

Intriguing coming-of-age story

This is an intriguing coming-of-age story, that reads like a psychological thriller. I have to say that I loved the book more than the documentary, but the story is either way very upsetting yet beautiful. I admire their courage of putting a story that’s so deeply personal out there.


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