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With Little Means



“We all have dreams and aspirations when we are young, but how many of us follow through with them? Not many. For most of us, life just seems to get in the way. But what if you had a second chance at it, would you take it?


A new reality show called Remarkable, uses advanced memory-based technology to give everyday people an opportunity to tell their story and relive their dreams. We follow Rai Starr, as he struggles with the decision to give up his family life, for a second chance at rock stardom. As he journeys back, he meets actress Amy Strong, and soon finds out that fame comes with dangerous consequences.”

- Summary from Goodreads


With Little Means is a novella written by Raimo Strangis and was released in November of 2020.

I received a copy from the author, and in return will be giving an honest review. Thank you so much for the opportunity!



I finished the book in one sitting and was so in the story that I was disappointed that it ended. It was thought-provoking and I can see myself reading time and time again.


I loved how real all of the characters felt and how the fast pace of the book made me want to read more about them. This book had an amazing message that I think will stick with me for a very long time.




I would absolutely love to read more about the memory/reality simulator as well as more about how the other band members. I think that reading about how they react to the way that the show portrays them would have been amazing. I also think that knowing more about how Rai's wife and children react to the show would be just as good.


I think anyone who is a musician or loves music would love this book. Even with that, I think that anyone would find this to be a great read.

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