Wednesday, March 24, 2010

The Memory Keeper's Daughter by Kim Edwards

A split second decision can really haunt the rest of your life. Even the best of intentions have consequences. This book explores grief and the strength of the human spirit quite well. It was also an interesting glimpse into the public attitude towards Down Syndrome in the 70s, which I'm sad to say, probably has not changed much over the years. A good read although a bit lengthy at times. 3.5/5


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