Memory Wall by Anthony Doerr


Anthony Doerr takes the reader into the complex role memory places in life in Memory Wall, his latest book of short stories. In stories that capture the reader's imagination, Doerr also makes the reader feel grateful for the memories of one's own life. In sharing the memories of his characters, Doerr examines the role memories play in making us who we are. All the stories examine the importance of memory to the characters and show the extremes to which people will go to hold on to the memories that make them recognize who they are when they look in the mirror. Doerr creates characters the reader will want to know more about even if they aren't always necessarily likeable. Memory Wall is a collection of short stories, the reader will savor from the first word of the first story to the last word of the last story.

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