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May Rosevere has reached the grand old age of one-hundred-and-ten, thanks to a slice of toast with butter every morning, a glass (or two) of sherry in the evening, and the wonders of the Cornish sea breeze – or so she tells everyone.But May has a secret. One that no one has ever discovered, not even her late husband Charles.A treasure trove of long-forgotten letters, just May Rosevere has reached the grand old age of one-hundred-and-ten, thanks to a slice of toast with butter every morning, a glass (or two) of sherry in the evening, and the wonders of the Cornish sea breeze – or so she tells everyone.But May has a secret. One that no one has ever discovered, not even her late husband Charles.A treasure trove of long-forgotten letters, just waiting to reveal their secrets, and frosty neighbour Julia are changing everything…


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May Rosevere has reached the grand old age of one-hundred-and-ten, thanks to a slice of toast with butter every morning, a glass (or two) of sherry in the evening, and the wonders of the Cornish sea breeze – or so she tells everyone.But May has a secret. One that no one has ever discovered, not even her late husband Charles.A treasure trove of long-forgotten letters, just May Rosevere has reached the grand old age of one-hundred-and-ten, thanks to a slice of toast with butter every morning, a glass (or two) of sherry in the evening, and the wonders of the Cornish sea breeze – or so she tells everyone.But May has a secret. One that no one has ever discovered, not even her late husband Charles.A treasure trove of long-forgotten letters, just waiting to reveal their secrets, and frosty neighbour Julia are changing everything…

30 review for 59 Memory Lane

  1. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Tonge

    Opening this book each evening was like delving into a pick n' mix of characters - all very different to each other yet impossible to choose as a favourite. I LOVED this story! Centenarian May is determined to reach her one hundred and eleventh year - but this would come at a price. Is she willing to use her special gift, and achieve her goal, to the detriment of others? The book enjoys a delightful seaside, cottage setting and felt utterly escapist each time I delved into it. The older characters Opening this book each evening was like delving into a pick n' mix of characters - all very different to each other yet impossible to choose as a favourite. I LOVED this story! Centenarian May is determined to reach her one hundred and eleventh year - but this would come at a price. Is she willing to use her special gift, and achieve her goal, to the detriment of others? The book enjoys a delightful seaside, cottage setting and felt utterly escapist each time I delved into it. The older characters offer a poignant glimpse into life as a single pensioner and there are plenty of community feels as other residents pull together to look after them. It is always exciting to discover a new, brilliant author. Beautifully plotted with characters to care for. One of the most heartwarming and addictive reads I've read in a long time.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lizzie Lamb

    A beautifully written novel for anyone who enjoyed Ruth Hogan’s THE KEEPER OF LOST THINGS. Be drawn in by the cover and then learn to love the characters who inhabit the pages, each one (for different reasons) beguiles the reader. I loved May and totally bought into her story and was rooting for her to reach the milestone of the 111th birthday - will she find enough new memories to help her to get there? What secrets will she discover? Will the past defeat her? I’ll leave you to find out for you A beautifully written novel for anyone who enjoyed Ruth Hogan’s THE KEEPER OF LOST THINGS. Be drawn in by the cover and then learn to love the characters who inhabit the pages, each one (for different reasons) beguiles the reader. I loved May and totally bought into her story and was rooting for her to reach the milestone of the 111th birthday - will she find enough new memories to help her to get there? What secrets will she discover? Will the past defeat her? I’ll leave you to find out for yourself. If you enjoy Call the Midwife and other nostalgic but gritty series, you’ll enjoy Ms Anderson’s latest novel. I wonder what she’ll write next?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Liz Fenwick

    Utterly enchanting...a delight from intriguing start to emotional finish!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Karschtl

    The summary for this book is very cryptic, but it got my interest nevertheless. And although this is a book with not so much really happening, I'm glad that I read it. For me it was mostly a book about loneliness in old age, and solidarity in a community. Here it is a little seaside village in Cornwall that house a lot of older people, most of them living alone. A dedicated women organises an "Adopt a Granny" scheme, and thus Julia (85 years old) is thrown together with her vis-à-vis neighbour Ma The summary for this book is very cryptic, but it got my interest nevertheless. And although this is a book with not so much really happening, I'm glad that I read it. For me it was mostly a book about loneliness in old age, and solidarity in a community. Here it is a little seaside village in Cornwall that house a lot of older people, most of them living alone. A dedicated women organises an "Adopt a Granny" scheme, and thus Julia (85 years old) is thrown together with her vis-à-vis neighbour May (110!), whom she actually does not particularly like. But they manage a civilised visit for tea nevertheless, even arrange a second meeting and eventually start a project together during which they become friends. The "secret" of May's old age, that the blurb mentions, is part of the book all the way until the very end. But as I said, in my opinion the focus of the story lies elsewhere. It is a rather quiet book at a leisurly pace, but with important messages! I especially liked the "Adopt a Granny" idea! Should be done in many communities!! It can bring so many positive effects for the older residents.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Karly

    Thank you netgallery for a copy in exchange for an honest review. This book really grabbed me at first. I was taken in by the setting and loved the concept of this book. However as the book progressed I started to feel like some of the issues and characters were pointless and didnt really add to the story. I was a bit confused on times and did not really like the ending. There was a big build up to it but didn't really meet my expectations and I was left with questions afterwards. However I fell Thank you netgallery for a copy in exchange for an honest review. This book really grabbed me at first. I was taken in by the setting and loved the concept of this book. However as the book progressed I started to feel like some of the issues and characters were pointless and didnt really add to the story. I was a bit confused on times and did not really like the ending. There was a big build up to it but didn't really meet my expectations and I was left with questions afterwards. However I fell in love with the main characters and it was written well.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Hazel Prior

    An unusual premise, a glorious setting and characters you root for. Charming!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Artemiz

    59 Memory Lane is an strange story. The “main” character May is 110 years old and is waiting for her 111th birthday, which is just a couple of months away. She is some kind on energy/memory vampire and all she needs to last those last months is another dose of somebody’s memories. But May is not the only one who lives on Memory Lane, her over lane neighbor is Julia, who buried her husband Don recently, her next door neighbor is Andy with his daughter Tamsin, who’s mom died shortly after her birt 59 Memory Lane is an strange story. The “main” character May is 110 years old and is waiting for her 111th birthday, which is just a couple of months away. She is some kind on energy/memory vampire and all she needs to last those last months is another dose of somebody’s memories. But May is not the only one who lives on Memory Lane, her over lane neighbor is Julia, who buried her husband Don recently, her next door neighbor is Andy with his daughter Tamsin, who’s mom died shortly after her birth. Other important characters are Julia’s son’s daughter Emily and May’s friend and Julia’s admirer – local restaurant owner – Tristam. Julia has been cleaning her late husband’s things and she found a case full of his letters – letter from Don’s sisters and brother. May sees the letters as her best opportunity to get enough energy to last till her birthday. Andy is worried about Julia’s health so he writes to Emily and asks her to come home. Emily leaves New York, but before she ends her relationship with her lover Max. Once they are all together on Memory Lane, things start to happen, they start to happen too often and authors will is too obvious. Many secrets surface from the letters and from their lives and not all of them find solutions, for some revelations you must read till the end of the book and some will stay secrets. It’s not a bad book, it’s interesting, it just has too many things happening and they do not happen naturally, smoothly, author’s hand is too visible.

  8. 4 out of 5

    P.W. Hazeldine

    Back in July I sought shelter in a bookstore to cool down from the hottest day of the year. As I buried my nose into the latest releases, I noticed a lady pick up a copy of Celia Anderson’s novel. Our eyes caught for a few flickering moments, yet it seemed like eternity. A smile lit up her elderly face, wiping away the lines that gave away her age. “I’m going to enjoy this book,” she told me in her croaky voice and tucking her wispy grey hair behind her ear. “Why?” I quizzed. “Well, let me tell you, Back in July I sought shelter in a bookstore to cool down from the hottest day of the year. As I buried my nose into the latest releases, I noticed a lady pick up a copy of Celia Anderson’s novel. Our eyes caught for a few flickering moments, yet it seemed like eternity. A smile lit up her elderly face, wiping away the lines that gave away her age. “I’m going to enjoy this book,” she told me in her croaky voice and tucking her wispy grey hair behind her ear. “Why?” I quizzed. “Well, let me tell you,” she said, shuffling closer. “There are not many women in this country older than me. I am 97 and the woman in this book is 110. What’s more we share the same name, May. I cannot wait to see what the old devil gets up to.” I watched as she gingerly made her way to the checkout and pay with contactless. That image has stuck in my head from start to finish of 59 Memory Lane and in many ways made this heart-warming read more memorable. The May in this enchanting book was just as sprightly as my May in the bookstore. Why? Well that would spoil the read. It is packed with secrets and dilemmas that cleverly unfold thanks to its wonderful ensemble of characters who each have their own story to tell. I could not help myself and started caring about everyone involved in the story . . . even the mystery lady in the bookstore.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    What a great collection of characters! They were so well written that I felt a real connection with them. When they were popping in and out of each other’s home, I was there with them. The setting helped as well, right on the coast in the beautiful county of Cornwall. May was nearly 111 years old and had collected many memories, not all her own. I loved how the friends looked out for each other. There are several secrets that come to light by the end of the book. It also highlighted the serious What a great collection of characters! They were so well written that I felt a real connection with them. When they were popping in and out of each other’s home, I was there with them. The setting helped as well, right on the coast in the beautiful county of Cornwall. May was nearly 111 years old and had collected many memories, not all her own. I loved how the friends looked out for each other. There are several secrets that come to light by the end of the book. It also highlighted the serious problems of loneliness and dementia. But also that you are never too old to enjoy life to the full. I do hope that there is a sequel to this book. I received a copy and have voluntarily reviewed it. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Aoife

    In a small Cornish town, there's a lot of activity going on among the residents. Thanks to an adopt-a-granny initiative, 85-year-old Julia ends up 'adopting' her 110-year-old neighbour May who has a few magical secrets as to how she's reached the ripe old age. May starts helping Julia with a family mystery and soon enlists the help of Julia's granddaughter Emily from New York. A lovely beachside setting and a somewhat magical twist, 59 Memory Lane has the ingredients for a lovely read and for som In a small Cornish town, there's a lot of activity going on among the residents. Thanks to an adopt-a-granny initiative, 85-year-old Julia ends up 'adopting' her 110-year-old neighbour May who has a few magical secrets as to how she's reached the ripe old age. May starts helping Julia with a family mystery and soon enlists the help of Julia's granddaughter Emily from New York. A lovely beachside setting and a somewhat magical twist, 59 Memory Lane has the ingredients for a lovely read and for some of it, it was but I couldn't help become a bit aggrieved over some things in the story that really irked me. I definitely enjoyed the older characters in this book - May and Julia who both have different stories (though they definitely weren't really delved into enough in my opinion) as well as Ida and Tristram. I think the author really forced a lot of relationships on characters in this book and none of them felt particularly natural. It seemed like Andy had decided to woo Emily before she even stepped off the plane, and then most of their relationship was really petty fights and none of the romance seemed organic at all. It felt like a kid mashing her two Barbies together. I also thought there was a definite problem in this book with a lack of follow-through. A lot of things were mentioned by characters and then just never brought up again which I found really odd. From the start of the book, May's aim was to get to her 111th birthday and while she had a lot of reservations about Julia's memories and her cause in it, there wasn't really an actual moment May decided she would give up on her goal. And then there was Striped and her kittens - it was so weird for me that there was a whole scene about orphaned kittens and everyone working together to help raise the kittens and then they were literally never mentioned again for the entire book?! What happened to the kittens!!  There was also May's adoption storyline which honestly - I don't think needed to be in the book if nothing was ever going to come out of it. The same with a lot of relationships in this book - Emily's miscarriage (which she bounced back from really fast), her chicken pox a day after said miscarriage (come on) and her relationship with Max and all of that. Her relation ship with her boss also seemed really unrealistic. 100% bosses can be really nice but if I had one show up at my door when I had chickenpox and then call me 'sweetie.' Big nope. Also no way a publishing house would accept a major job change like that. There was also really unnecessary female rivalry in this book with Candice who seemed to fancy Andy so had a thing against Emily. And the way everyone talked about Candice was really vile. I'm not here for girl on girl hate like that. I definitely think parts of this book could have been good if some things were given more focus than others, and a lot of the unnecessary was stripped away. I feel like the author got too excited about all her characters and kind of wanted to do everything at once and it lacked a lot of finesse.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    Every so often, a book totally confounds your expectations: this always looked like a book I’d really enjoy with its promises of being “charming”, “heartwarming” and “feel good”, perhaps a little light froth to escape from life, and that might just have been enough. But it proved to be a book I fell in love with, quite head over heels – and not only because of its wonderful depiction of the older characters I love to read about but so rarely find at the centre of the books I read. There’s a stro Every so often, a book totally confounds your expectations: this always looked like a book I’d really enjoy with its promises of being “charming”, “heartwarming” and “feel good”, perhaps a little light froth to escape from life, and that might just have been enough. But it proved to be a book I fell in love with, quite head over heels – and not only because of its wonderful depiction of the older characters I love to read about but so rarely find at the centre of the books I read. There’s a strong theme of being sustained by memories, very original and so cleverly done that it became quite real as May relishes every opportunity to thrive until her 111th birthday, while becoming increasingly aware of the consequences. But there’s so much more than that – there’s a superbly drawn cast of characters, a gentle examination of grief, loss and loneliness, the legacy of the past, the intricacies of family relationships, the richness and surprises of life where age isn’t a barrier, and a Cornish village setting so vivid you can taste the salt and smell the flowers. The supportive friendships are just wonderful – Andy’s care for his elderly neighbours while still struggling with his personal loss and trying to be a good father to young Tamsin, the fractured relationship between May and Julia slowly rebuilt, the whole concept of Adopt-a-Granny with its well-meaning organiser and the initial resistance of everyone involved. Emily returns to the village – and she’s a character I immediately warmed to, as she looks for her grandfather’s welcoming wave – with concerns about her grandmother Julia. Their relationship is beautifully handled: Julia’s attempts to ensure that she stays are deeply touching, and I loved the way she became a catalyst for some of the story’s twists and turns, her easy relationship with May, and particularly enjoyed Andy’s initially awkward attempts to get rather closer. Both the developing romances are simply lovely, believable, and warm the cockles of your heart – and then there are the characters’ sometimes convoluted back stories, slowly revealed, with several touches of mystery, more of those memories both good and best banished, and the intriguing trail of things lost. The writing is just wonderful – this isn’t a book you just read, it’s a story where you can happily live within its pages: when the story ends its characters are every bit as real to you as your own loved ones, and I felt a real sense of loss as I said goodbye. If this book should ever have the good fortune to be made into a film, I do have the entire cast list already worked out – and I’m sure everyone who reads it will have already spotted the perfect role for the essential Bill Nighy. Highly, highly recommended – and I’m already hoping for that possible sequel as there’s little I’d enjoy more than spending more time in Pengelly with these wonderful characters who totally captured my heart.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    What a beautiful story! Such an unusual concept and characters you wish lived on your street. I loved May, aged one-hundred-and-ten, but sprightly as a spring lamb. The reason she's so young at heart will knock your socks off and I wish...no, I won't say more because I don't want to spoil the story. The younger characters are equally as likable, well apart from Candice. But the less we say about her the better. And all this set against a gorgeous Cornish backdrop. I could almost believe I was on What a beautiful story! Such an unusual concept and characters you wish lived on your street. I loved May, aged one-hundred-and-ten, but sprightly as a spring lamb. The reason she's so young at heart will knock your socks off and I wish...no, I won't say more because I don't want to spoil the story. The younger characters are equally as likable, well apart from Candice. But the less we say about her the better. And all this set against a gorgeous Cornish backdrop. I could almost believe I was on the beach or sitting on May's swing seat looking out over the bay, thanks to the masterly pen of Celia Anderson. Wonderful writing! I sincerely hope there will be a sequel, as I can't wait to return to Pengelly and see what Emily, Andy, Julia, Tris and everyone else has been up to. Highly recommended!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lee Bellingham

    I’m undecided whether to give this 2 or 3 stars but on balance I don’t feel it quite warrants three. The concept of this book was intriguing but I felt that the magical element just fizzled out and the full implications were never explained or resolved. There were too many things happening, and people brought in, to really engage fully with the characters. It felt a bit whistle-stop, without real focus as it moved to the last third of the book. I just never felt that I really understood any of t I’m undecided whether to give this 2 or 3 stars but on balance I don’t feel it quite warrants three. The concept of this book was intriguing but I felt that the magical element just fizzled out and the full implications were never explained or resolved. There were too many things happening, and people brought in, to really engage fully with the characters. It felt a bit whistle-stop, without real focus as it moved to the last third of the book. I just never felt that I really understood any of the characters fully and for that reason I didn’t care enough. It would’ve benefitted from more in-depth treatment of some of the things that happened and ditching others - there was no real point to Max visiting, nor Colin, and I didn’t see the point of Candice who was more of a caricature than a real person. I would’ve like to have seen more of the development of Emily and Andy’s relationship, rather than the constant ‘misunderstandings’ and short undeveloped conversations between them. Intriguing premise but ultimately slightly unsatisfying.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Leah Mercer

    It's been a while since I've really been able to get stuck into a book, and this wonderful novel more than did the job! Once I started, I was immediately drawn into the stories of the characters. Set in beautiful Cornwall, I felt like I was escaping into another world every time I picked it up. With warm and engaging characters along with a brilliant plot, I can't recommend this book enough. It's been a while since I've really been able to get stuck into a book, and this wonderful novel more than did the job! Once I started, I was immediately drawn into the stories of the characters. Set in beautiful Cornwall, I felt like I was escaping into another world every time I picked it up. With warm and engaging characters along with a brilliant plot, I can't recommend this book enough.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Liz

    A charming read with some quirky characters and a sprinkling of intrigue. I didn’t really buy into the ‘memory harnessing’ concept though so difficult to rate it more highly.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Mills

    Started off really well, but unusually for this author - the ending was very disappointing.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jill Steeples

    Such an intriguing and original concept which kept me turning the pages. A warm-hearted read with memorable characters and a lovely seaside setting. Recommended!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mandy Baggot

    A deeply evocative story for fans of Elizabeth Noble and TV's Call the Midwife. A deeply evocative story for fans of Elizabeth Noble and TV's Call the Midwife.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Clare Chase

    I absolutely loved this book. The storylines of the multiple well-drawn characters are so involving. The relationships are sometimes funny, sometimes sad and always believable. The book as whole is wonderfully touching and uplifting and the various mysteries and secrets from the past that are gradually unravelled add to a very satisfying mix. I also enjoyed the extras at the end of the book (I have the Kindle version) which include a recipe and an author Q&A. I was delighted to see that Celia An I absolutely loved this book. The storylines of the multiple well-drawn characters are so involving. The relationships are sometimes funny, sometimes sad and always believable. The book as whole is wonderfully touching and uplifting and the various mysteries and secrets from the past that are gradually unravelled add to a very satisfying mix. I also enjoyed the extras at the end of the book (I have the Kindle version) which include a recipe and an author Q&A. I was delighted to see that Celia Anderson would like to write a sequel; as I finished the novel I really felt I’d got to know the characters and didn’t want to lose them. A fantastic, warm-hearted read.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Camelford

    What a wonderful story. It is like a warm blanket to wrap around you on a cold night. The community spirit we see so rarely these days intertwine the characters diverse lives and strengthens as the story unfolds. May is the delightful old lady who is determined to reach 111 but can she do it by fair means or not. She realises how silly she has been when she has her eyes opened to see the care bestowed on her by others. Love, caring for others, obstinacy, understanding and so much more fill the pag What a wonderful story. It is like a warm blanket to wrap around you on a cold night. The community spirit we see so rarely these days intertwine the characters diverse lives and strengthens as the story unfolds. May is the delightful old lady who is determined to reach 111 but can she do it by fair means or not. She realises how silly she has been when she has her eyes opened to see the care bestowed on her by others. Love, caring for others, obstinacy, understanding and so much more fill the pages so well. Congratulations Celia on writing such a compelling story that warms the cockles of your heart. I look forward to the sequal.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jeanie

    Firstly I would like to thank the author for an outstanding book and what an amazing story unfolded it was quite breathtaking I just adored May she was the granny we would all loved to have had. she was cute charismatic but above all appreciated and very approachable Emile Julie Andy and Tas make up for most of the reading it was seriously such a joy to read this book. I have an early copy of the sequel the cottage of curiosities to read next and I littery can't wait to see what we have in store Firstly I would like to thank the author for an outstanding book and what an amazing story unfolded it was quite breathtaking I just adored May she was the granny we would all loved to have had. she was cute charismatic but above all appreciated and very approachable Emile Julie Andy and Tas make up for most of the reading it was seriously such a joy to read this book. I have an early copy of the sequel the cottage of curiosities to read next and I littery can't wait to see what we have in store once again thank you for such pleasure.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alva

    Loved this neighbourhood journey with eccentric 110 year-old May at its centre. May's memory harvesting gift is causing a stir, both within and without her house. Neighbours Julia, Ida, Tristram, Andy, little Tamsin and visiting Emily do their best to take care of May while respecting her independence. A lovely flowing story about loss, love, living in a tight-knit village community, with well-defined characters in a beautiful Cornish setting. Looking out for more books by Celia Anderson. Loved this neighbourhood journey with eccentric 110 year-old May at its centre. May's memory harvesting gift is causing a stir, both within and without her house. Neighbours Julia, Ida, Tristram, Andy, little Tamsin and visiting Emily do their best to take care of May while respecting her independence. A lovely flowing story about loss, love, living in a tight-knit village community, with well-defined characters in a beautiful Cornish setting. Looking out for more books by Celia Anderson.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sandra McKenna

    An enjoyable read. This is a lovely story set in Cornwall. May is approaching 111, and is holding onto lots of secrets and mementos of other people. Can she put things into perspective before she passes? This easy to read and moving story was well written and entertaining from beginning to end.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne Morgan

    This book just called out to me...sometimes i do think books choose you. Full of warm mostly happy surprises. Very easy to read amazing characters great quirky storyline...which just sucked me in from the first chapter to the last...and i do think the author has left enough of the storylines slightly open for us to enjoy a sequal....pretty please...

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mummalovesbooks

    I really enjoyed this quirky storyline and it’s fantastic characters. I loved the fact the main characters were all more mature in age rather than being a romance story solely about a younger generation. The story deals with love, friendship, grief, and the trial and tribulations of moving into the twilight years of life. This book has great characters and an interesting take on memory and how it can be enjoyed or used in a slightly different way!!!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jenni Fletcher

    I absolutely loved this book. It was original, thought-provoking, utterly convincing and beautifully written. I really loved the concept and characters and it kept me guessing right to the end. I wished it could have gone on for longer. Hugely recommended!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Hayley Johnson

    This was a very easy read. Lovely stories that intertwined with each other, however I felt like there were many loose ends that needed tying up..... Maybe a sequel??

  28. 5 out of 5

    Julia

    59 Memory Lane by Celia Anderson is a delightful contemporary novel about community. It is a wonderful warm read. There is an eclectic mix of characters ranging from age six to one hundred and ten. They all inhabit a small Cornish village and we witness the ups and downs of village life. Needs are met as people look out for others. The down side is the gossip machine works overtime – your business is not your own. A series of letters link top past events as the reader hears of a mystery to solve. T 59 Memory Lane by Celia Anderson is a delightful contemporary novel about community. It is a wonderful warm read. There is an eclectic mix of characters ranging from age six to one hundred and ten. They all inhabit a small Cornish village and we witness the ups and downs of village life. Needs are met as people look out for others. The down side is the gossip machine works overtime – your business is not your own. A series of letters link top past events as the reader hears of a mystery to solve. The novel celebrates friendship and kindness – some friendships are new, others are decades old. Life is just too short to hold on to grudges. Memories are important. Sometimes memories uncover old secrets. The reader witnesses the distress caused when precious memories cannot be accessed. I loved 59 Memory Lane. It was a totally charming read that I could not put down.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jeanette Asbury

    The End I found this story to be light, touching and cozy. And what a twist at the ending. However, it ended so abruptly without much warning.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn Susan Watson

    Similar to keeper of lost things. Written well , lovely characters. Pleasant read.

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