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Danielle Mages Amato works as the dramaturg for a theatre company in California. When she's not collaborating with playwrights on new work or researching obscure facts about theatre history, she writes YA novels about the places where the past and the present collide. Her debut THE HIDDEN MEMORY OF OBJECTS has been optioned for television, and is coming from Balzer+Bray/HarperCollins in March 2017.

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The Hidden Memory of Objects

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“Because Tyler isn't who I thought he was. And that means I'm not who I thought I was." I fought to keep my voice steady. "I know this might now make sense to you. But I have to put him back together. Or I can't put myself back together.”
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“Normal is a statistical invention. Not a desirable personality trait.”
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“Remembering is important. You're right to fight how he'll be remembered.”
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“Because Tyler isn't who I thought he was. And that means I'm not who I thought I was." I fought to keep my voice steady. "I know this might now make sense to you. But I have to put him back together. Or I can't put myself back together.”
Danielle Mages Amato, The Hidden Memory of Objects

“Normal is a statistical invention. Not a desirable personality trait.”
Danielle Mages Amato, The Hidden Memory of Objects

“Remembering is important. You're right to fight how he'll be remembered.”
Danielle Mages Amato, The Hidden Memory of Objects




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