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Maaza Mengiste reviewing The Memory of Love "gives us a stronger, more nuanced voice, a writer more willing to take risks with plot and character.
The of that risk-taking are, however, mixed. New York Times. Retrieved 1 February The Guardian. Fate and tragedy intertwine in this stunning and powerful portrait of a country in the aftermath of a decade of civil war. The Memory of Love is an ambitious novel, but one that richly rewards the committed reader.
Publishers Weekly. PWxyz LLC. The book's prolixity, combined with scenes that drag or come off as forced, certainly doesn't ruin the experience, but it does occasionally glut what amounts to a heartening cry for moral responsibility in the thick of maddening injustice. Kirkus Reviews. Kirkus Media LLC. The Daily Telegraph.
Here she [Forna] moves deftly between the enchantments of different narratives: the therapeutic, the confessional, the traumatic — flashbacks, nightmares, hauntings, fugue states where stories are lost or distorted beyond recognition and the sweetly joyous themes of new love, renewal, springing hope, second chances. The Spectator. Press Holdings. Literary Festival UK.
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