Remember Me Like This - Prologue Summary & Analysis

Bret Anthony Johnston
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Summary

In this section, the setting that occurs most commonly throughout the novel is established. The Port of Corpus Christi is located near the town of Southport, Texas, in which the main characters live and suffer from the disappearance and subsequent return of their oldest son, Justin Campbell. The Harbor Bridge crosses over the Port of Corpus Christi which is where an unknown body is discovered. This section describes the construction, the materials, the naming, and the many uses and events associated with the bridge. It also pinpoints the time of the discovery of a floating body in the water below the bridge as the first weekend in September. Although no one thinks of the disappearance of Justin “years before” or any possible connection, this body will have a profound effect on Justin and all of his family.

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