The Memory Shop by Ella Griffin

The most important things in life . . . are not things at all.

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Published: October 5th 2017
Page Count: 384
I was slightly confused with the first few chapters in this book as there were more characters being introduced at random times. However as the book continued, the characters fell into place. Nora was a very likeable character and I loved the idea of the memory shop portraying the story of her grandmother and mother. It was a very intriguing and enjoyable read. There were however a few proofreading errors in the book. Very enjoyable…

Nora is fleeing London for her childhood home in Dublin after her heart is suddenly torn apart. Back home, she learns she has inherited all of her grandmother’s worldly belongings – a feather shrug, a Tiffany mirror, a gold locket, and many more precious things besides.

With no means of keeping them, and not able to bear auctioning everything off, Nora decides to open The Memory Shop so each object is matched to a perfect new owner.

Soon Nora begins transforming the lives of those around her through the items she pairs them with, helping them find new happiness in unexpected ways. Now if she can only let go of her own past, she might just surprise herself…

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