Thanks for the memories

By Cecelia Ahern

This is the first non fiction book I have read in ages. With a death in the family, the title seemed appropriate to how I was feeling right now and I thought it might help put my jumbled feelings into words.

This was not the case. Instead, the book is about a woman who had an accident and then after her recovery, can remember things that has happened to someone else. She’s also gained an incredible amount of knowledge about buildings, art and the history of her home town. A chance meeting with a professor at the hairdressers starts the link with her new memories and finding out more about this professor.

It’s a great book and a beautiful love story and possibly just what I needed to feel normal again. I would definitely recommend it as an easy reading and a can’t put down book.

 

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Thanks for the memories

 

 

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