The Memory Keeper’s Daughter Book
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    • Item: The Memory Keeper’s Daughter (Book Review) By: Missy

      This book was put in my mom’s mini library, and I just finished reading it yesterday. This book is great.

      It is about this woman, called Norah, who grieved for her baby’s demise.


      Actually, the doctor, which was her husband, help to deliver during Norah’s childbirth, and he sort of ask the maid to send the baby girl away, as she had a down syndrome.

      Norah lived her life with great depression at one moment,


      • and the story revolved around the doctor and Norah’s painful life before.

        The story has a twist, as Norah has another baby boy, which was the twin of the baby daughter she thought had passed away during her childbirth.

        Tears were rolling

        down my eyes for each painful moment that Norah went through.

        I could really feel her pain, and as though I was in her shoes.

        I think that the author in this book has delivered a good, narrative story.

        I recommend this book certainly.




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