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Review: Twin brothers Alex and Marcus Lewis tell their hauntingly strange story in 'Tell Me Who I Am'

If you lost all memory of a deeply painful experience, could you say you had never experienced it? Would your ignorance in that situation count as a blessing, a curse or both?

Though I have never (I think!) been in a position to answer those questions, I am surely not alone in having turned them over in my head as part of an idle brainteasing exercise. The mind sometimes likes to play these games with itself, to question the boundaries of its own perception and retention.

But those boundaries turned out to be anything but a game

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