Thanks for the Memories

by Cecelia Ahern | Women's Fiction |
ISBN: 0007233698 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Karen-H of Birmingham, West Midlands United Kingdom on 12/29/2012
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Journal Entry 1 by Karen-H from Birmingham, West Midlands United Kingdom on Saturday, December 29, 2012
A compelling and perceptive tale of intimacy, memory and relationships from the No.1 bestselling author.

How can you know someone you’ve never met?

Joyce Conway remembers things she shouldn't. She knows about tiny cobbled streets in Paris, which she has never visited. And every night she dreams about an unknown little girl with blonde hair.

Justin Hitchcock is divorced, lonely and restless. He arrives in Dublin to give a lecture on art and meets an attractive doctor, who persuades him to donate blood. It's the first thing to come straight from his heart in a long time.

When Joyce leaves hospital after a terrible accident, with her life and her marriage in pieces, she moves back in with her elderly father. All the while, a strong sense of déjà vu is overwhelming her and she can't figure out why …

Journal Entry 2 by Katweeble at Wolverhampton, West Midlands United Kingdom on Saturday, December 29, 2012
Picked up at the December 2012 Birmingham Bookcrossing meeting to add to my massive mount TBR

Journal Entry 3 by Katweeble at Towcester, Northamptonshire United Kingdom on Wednesday, December 16, 2015
A story about unexpected consequences after Justin Hitchcock an American specialist is art and architecture gives blood while guest lecturing in Dublin. At the same time Joyce Conway has a transfusion after an accident.

It is something of a comedy of errors - with a great supporting cast from Justin's family and Joyce's father and girlfriend. I laughed out loud when reading about Joyce taking her father on his first flight - the things those of us who fly regularly take for granted are shown as really confusing for someone in his 70's. Loved it.

Journal Entry 4 by sandyundead at Hartwell, Northamptonshire United Kingdom on Wednesday, December 30, 2015
I found this book great escapism, and despite knowing the twist I couldn't stop reading. It made me laugh various times, particularly in scenes with Joyce's dad. An interesting idea explored in an entertaining way.

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