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The Memory Box

SUMMARY The Memory Box

A young woman leaves a sealed memory box for her baby daughter before she dies Years later as a. Catherine's birth mother Susannah died when she was just a young baby leaving her with no memories of her at all Her father remarries shortly afterwards and Catherine is only too happy to accept this new woman into her life as the only mother she will ever need Throughout her childhood she manages to block out all references to Susannah and refuses to hear of any traits they may have in common when family members speak of herIt is only years later when she stumbles across a box of objects Susannah had carefully selected for her when she knew she was dying that Catherine becomes intrigued But what starts off as a hunt for clues about her dead mother and her past may end up revealing just as much about Catherine and her present I was hoping that Catherine would discover something huge about Susannah In this case I was totally disappointedThe book is effectively Catherine's internal monologue about her feelings towards her mother aunt and stepmother with no dialogue and virtually no interaction with other people The character of Catherine however I feel is not one you immediately warm to She comes across as spoiled and than a little self absorbed something the first person narration only emphasizes in my opinion The basic premise of this book is a great one however and you can't help but wonder what you would leave loved ones to help them get a sense of the person you really wereI think one of the things the book captures really well is how elusive and fragile memories can be Our sense of those that have died is an amalgamation of so many things our memories of them if we have any but also what we have been told about them good and bad and our judgement of the way they lived their lives At the end of the book you will be left wondering how well we can ever really know those that have gone before us The Nightingale knew she was dying that Catherine becomes intrigued But what starts off as a hunt for clues about her dead mother and her past may end up revealing just as much about Catherine and her present I was hoping that Catherine would discover something huge about Susannah In this case I was totally disappointedThe book is effectively Catherine's internal monologue about her feelings towards her mother aunt and stepmother with no dialogue and virtually no interaction with other people The character of Catherine however I feel is not one you immediately warm to She comes across as spoiled and than a little self absorbed something the first person narration only emphasizes in my opinion The basic premise of this book is a great one however and you can't help but wonder what you would leave loved ones to help them get a sense of the person you really wereI think one of the things the book captures really well is how elusive and fragile memories can be Our sense of those that have died is an amalgamation of so many things our memories of them if we have any but also what we have been told about them good and bad and our judgement of the way they lived their lives At the end of the book you will be left wondering how well we can ever really The Polaris Protocol (Pike Logan, know those that have gone before us

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Young woman herself Catherine finds her mother's box full of unexplained even weird objects Find. Really great story about what happens when a daughter opens a memory box from her dead mother This is not the story line from my perspective it's about finding herself in some surprising placesBrilliantly written and a great read

Margaret Forster ½ 1 READ & DOWNLOAD

Ing out what the objects represent is her only chance to find out about the mother she never kne. Absolutely loved this book so well written 1Q84 kne. Absolutely loved this book so well written