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The Woman Who Can't Forget by Jill Price
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This was an interesting book, an autobiography of a woman who cannot forget. It was interesting to learn about her life, quite sheltered from the outside, however what was going on in the inside, inside her head was a storm or storms. Imagine vividly living through an event of your past at the slightest stimuli which remind you of that event. Imagine going through a day reminded of hundred such events. You start wondering if memory is a blessing or a curse. Memory plays a big role in our life. Our characters are formed by memory....what kind of character would we develop if we had a fantastic or a poor memory...
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Reading Progress

February 20, 2017 – Started Reading
February 20, 2017 – Shelved
February 20, 2017 –
page 50
19.01% "interesting book.. interesting subject. A woman with an extraordinary memory..and a dive into the story behind that memory..."
February 27, 2017 –
page 100
38.02% "this is an extraordinary story..and at some level I feel this book is one of introspection for the reader, as much as it is for the writer"
March 3, 2017 – Finished Reading

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