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Siri Who Am I? by Sam Tschida [book review]

Siri, Who Am I?

Book: Siri, Who Am I?

Author: Sam Tschida

Published: January 12, 2021

Publisher: Quirk Books

Pages: 343

Genre: Romance

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About Siri, Who Am I?

Siri, Who Am I? follows Mia who wakes up in a hospital. She has completely forgotten who she is. If it wasn’t for her phone she would have no idea what her name is. Along the road, her phone helps her figure other things out but not a lot. Her past self was really vague about a lot of things. As she follows her instincts she starts to slowly realize who she is…or was.

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Rating: 3 out of 5.

What I thought about Siri, Who am I?

The idea of Siri, Who Am I? Sounded really good. Romance isn’t usually my genre but every once in a while I do like to read them. Siri Who Am I? caught my attention because I love the idea of a character forgetting about themselves and trying to figure out exactly who they were.


A part of me likes Mia and a part of me doesn’t. I think the part of me that doesn’t like her is because of her past and how she was. Another part of me wishes she would have thought about going to the police as soon as she got out of the hospital. The fact that she doesn’t think about certain things kind of bothered me in a way. My first thought would have been to go to the police from the get-go. The fact that she blindly trusts people she doesn’t know or didn’t know before she lost her memory is crazy to me. There are other aspects I liked about her though. She’s strong and knows what she wants. She’s an awesome businesswoman even if she goes about things the wrong way. On top of that her business ideas are a little unconventional. 

The Plot

The plot of the story is part of the reason I didn’t enjoy the story. The story follows Mia and at the beginning of the book, she’s in the hospital. She tells the nurses and the doctors that she can’t remember who she is or where she lives. What kind of doctors and nurses would send someone out on the street without a clue as to who they are or where they live? It’s something that doesn’t seem plausible with a story that could potentially happen in real life. On top of that why is she more trusting of people she didn’t know before her memory loss and less trusting of people she knew before. It just seems a little backward. Also, why was there no police at the hospital when she was there? You’d think the police would want to file a report and could help her figure out who she is.

The story has potential but I think a lot of things weren’t really thought about very well.

Do you like romance books where the main character has memory loss?

If you like this review then make sure to check out my review for It’s the First Day of School…Forever!

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