The Museum of You by Carys Bray

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The Museum of You is a novel about lost opportunities, about versions of our lives that will never be lived, and about the stories we tell ourselves in order to fill the gaping hole that grief leaves behind. Wise, moving and tender, it confirms Bray as a perceptive and sensitive storyteller.
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Published June 16, 2016 by Hutchinson.
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Reviewed by Hannah Beckerman on Jun 26 2016

The Museum of You is a novel about lost opportunities, about versions of our lives that will never be lived, and about the stories we tell ourselves in order to fill the gaping hole that grief leaves behind. Wise, moving and tender, it confirms Bray as a perceptive and sensitive storyteller.

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Reviewed by Helen Dunmore on Jun 18 2016

However, while The Museum of You is not as grippingly emotional as Bray’s first novel, A Song for Issy Bradley, it is funny, earthy, truthful; and beyond that, it is bold.

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