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I discovered uthor Margaret Forster when I swapped for this book Fortunes Flames at our Lumburn Court campsite near Tavistock The Memory Box was in book box in the shower roomI was interested to see how Forster would develop her premise of woman discovering her lost mother some thirty years later through the contents of gaudy hat box Catherine s mother Susannah died when she was just six months old Her father remarried nd Catherine had lways rejected the idea of her birth mother instead insisting that her stepmother Charlotte fulfilled that maternal role perfectly Knowing she was dying Susannah carefully chose wrapped nd boxed eleven items instructing that the box be given to Catherine However through various circumstances Catherine didn t get the said box until fter her father stepmother nd grandmother had died too With prickly unt being the only person left who ctually knew Susannah Catherine is left unravelling the myth of her perfectly happy mother s perfect life single handedlyThe Memory Box is n incredibly introspective nd introverted novel which is uite unusual Claiming Her and I thoroughly enjoyed the book Catherine examines her own life seeing her choices differently in the light of what she learnsbout her biological mother Forster uses her characters to develop fascinating discussion of motherhood in its many forms nd influences Did Charlotte s constant presence mould the young Catherine to greater extent than Susannah s genes Is Catherine s rejection of close friendships nd of motherhood for herself result of her early bandonmentFor me this novel was page turner ll the way through nd I never lost interest in Catherine s uest Some of her intuitive jumps were too convenient to be believable which "Why I Have Only Awarded "I have only warded stars however overall I very much enjoyed The Memory Box Murder Go Round and look forward to discovering of Forster s workSee of my book reviews on my blog Stephanie Jane Irritating readEventually I became irritated by her conjecturesbout people s motives I thought her emotional responses unconvincing I was intrigued How Foreign Policy Decisions Are Made In The Third World: A Comparative Analysis at the start by her story but lost interest by the last 25% of the book I d never heard of Margaret Foster before I camecross this book Alcohol Fuels: Policies, Production, And Potential at charity sale but I ll definitely look up some of her fiction in the future She reminds me lot of Margaret Atwood specifically Cat s Eye both in style nd content I ve seen reviews where readers disliked the lack of huge ending but I think that s what makes the plot so interesting through the exploration the plot so interesting Through the exploration the memory box the narrator goes on journey of discovery not only of her birth mother but The Heart Of The Hawk (Book 1) also of herselfnd gradually she begins to understand her personality Spices, Saints, and Saracens: The Egyptian Wanderings of a Dominican Friar, 1483 and her behaviours Inddition she grieves the death of the mother who she knew nd the mother who she didn t nd comes out of the other side of the process Empire of the Waves: Voyage of the Moon Child accepting of her childhoodnd life experiences If you The Object of Performance: The American Avant-Garde since 1970 appreciate the gentle self discovery of characters rather. A young woman leaves sealed memory box for her baby daughter before she dies Years later s ,

Than lways needing bug reveal then I think this is definitely one to try I was hoping that Catherine would discover something huge bout Susanna In this case I was totally disappointed I do not fancy people who seem to enjoy wallowing in their unhappy states nd clearly Catherine is one of such she cuts off people "who try to reach out to her dmits she has no friends to speak of ignoring them till they "try to reach out to her dmits she has no friends to speak of ignoring them till they the hint nd leave her lone Edging out Tony who clearly loves her then digging deep into her to find fault with Charl Really great story bout what happens when DAUGHTER OPENS A MEMORY BOX FROM HER DEAD MOTHER opens memory box from her dead mother is not the story line from my perspective it s Choice of the Cat about finding herself in some surprising placesBrilliantly writtennd Three Cups of Deceit a great read Whatn interesting writing style Margaret Forster has She takes Sparrow Road anwfully long time to get to A Banner With a Strange Device: A Novel of Boston any point but it s really engaginglong the way I liked the way this book gradually revealed information bout both the main character her dead mother nd some of the other characters in the book The book like Margaret Forster s writing is slow burn The characters were well described nd empathetic I loved the way Rory was Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World a very selfish yet sensitive character He was completely believablend I m sure everyone knows someone like himCatherine though was slightly harder to get your head The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavors around but that is I think the point of the book the learningbout peopleThis is not Yoga: The Art of Adjusting a hard read but it is slownd not gratifying for someone who likes ction I did enjoy it nd the concept of The Neural Basis of Free Will a box of memories from beyond the grave was well thought out however I think it promised little in the way of reveals than it delivered Clearly this is Margaret Forster s style nd she has written it well but I think the same premise could have been n ctionmystery novel with nother writer nd unfortunately but I think the same premise could have been n Locked and Loaded (U.S. Marshals, actionmystery novel withnother writer Past Destinies and unfortunately premise is so compelling that it disappoints in the execution Catherine s birth mother Susannah died when she was just young baby leaving her with no memories of her Travels: Collected Writings, 1950-1993 atll Her father remarries shortly If Wishes Were Horses afterwardsnd Catherine is only too happy to ccept this new woman into her life s the only mother she will ever need Throughout her childhood she manages to block out ll references to Susannah nd refuses to hear of ny traits they may have in common when family members speak of herIt is only years later when she stumbles cross box of objects Susannah had carefully selected for her when she knew she was dying that Catherine becomes intrigued But what starts off s hunt for clues bout her dead mother nd her past may end up revealing just s much Rainbow Brite: Starlite Saves the Day about Catherinend her present I was hoping that Catherine would discover something huge A Social History of Modern Art, Volume 2: Art in an Age of Bonapartism, 1800-1815 about Susannah In this case I was totally disappointedThe book is effectively Catherine s internal monologuebout her feelings towards her mother unt nd stepmother with no dialogue nd virtually no interaction with other people The ch. Young woman herself Catherine finds her mother's box full of unexplained even weird objects Find. ,