My Name is Memory, by Ann Brashares

mynameismemoryI keep trying these books about love through multiple lives, but just like with Reincarnation last year, this was not what I was looking for. It was too young, the topics too shallowly-touched on, the plot too predictable. I probably need to just stop reading these books on eternal love and reincarnation, because so far they’ve all been disappointing and way too similar to each other. I swear, reading (well, mostly skimming) this one was like rereading Reincarnation.

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