BOOK REVIEW THE MEMORY SHOP BY ELLA GRIFFIN

Will every treasured possession find its perfect home?

Nora’s world has been turned upside-down. Escaping heart-break in London, she returns to her childhood home in Dublin where her grandmother’s beloved house is being sold. Nora has been left with an inheritance of treasured belongings, but no home of her own in which to keep them.

Unable to bear auctioning them off, Nora resolves to stay in Dublin and open The Memory Shop, a very special business which matches each gorgeous object with a perfect new owner. It’s not long before these objects begin to transform the lives of those they touch, creating new stories and new chances at happiness.

As Nora lets go of a lifetime of treasures, she unlocks tantalising clues to her grandmother’s mysterious past. But can she finally let go of her own…?

Firstly a big thank you to Elaine at Orion for my copy to review . The cover is absolutly striking and after reading the book it really sets the scene .

What a beautiful uplifting emotive read.

Each charactar with their own story to tell is woven into Noras life through the memory shop .

Nora is one strong independent woman with her own heartache but she is force to be reckoned with when it comes to getting a job done.

Full of history ,hurt, love and promises for the future .

There was one chapter regarding a relationship that wasnt that healthy and it really struck a chord for me . Thank you to the author for capturing the emotions perfectly !

Grear charactars great premise .. loved every page.

I look forward to reading more from this fantastic author

Published 22nd March

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