Customer Review

Reviewed in Canada on July 20, 2021
I chose this book thinking it was a novel like Ms. Genova’s other books that I had read. I was a little disappointed to find that it was a book about memory but I was also intrigued. I’m glad I did read it and it turned out to be quite a quick read. There was nothing dry or boring about it.

This book explores how our memory works. The essence of it is to learn how we make memories and how we forget them. It isn’t overly scientific and is punctuated by stories an examples from Ms. Genova’s life. It makes a manuscript that could be very text book much more interesting which keeping it educational.

I would recommend this to anyone interested.
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