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    Great Read!

    ​Sam has her whole life mapped out and a future she know`s will be perfect. But when a rare condition threatens the life she has dreamed of and the memory she treasures Sam`s life is turned upside down. Determined not to miss out or forget Sam starts her memory book. What follows is a story of rebellion and living life to the full while you have the chance. If you read the other read along posts you`ll know I thought the start was slow. But forget what I said because that was a fluke caused by tiredness and idiocy. I was wrong The Memory Book is truly gripping, incredible and left me in tears. I stayed up until 4 am this morning finishing this book. Not wanting to stop or put it down and when I was finished I wasn't disappointed. I just was lost for words. At parts I smiled and at parts I cried. I smiled for the happy living life moments and cried for Sam, Copper and all the characters who had to lose something or someone. I was speechless and still finding it hard to explain how amazing this was. Just read it please! I wouldn't call it an edge of your seat novel, don`t get me wrong it was gripping but it was more than that. It`s hard to explain but I think the best I can describe it is like this- It`s one of those books that make you turn the page when you need sleep, it leaves you having to pick your feelings of the floor because there everywhere, it leaves you with a tear stained book from one page to the next and it just makes you think. After reading The Memory Book I don`t think I can take the little moments for granted anymore. I always say oh I`ll do it tomorrow but I might not get the chance. I've been wanting to write for a while but was always putting it of but because of The Memory Book I know I want to pursue it.
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