The Memory of Forgotten Things review by shadow5
The Memory of Forgotten Things
by Kat Zhang
Age Range - 8 - 12
Genre - Fiction

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Age at time of review - 11
Reviewer's Location - El Cerrito, CA, United States
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This book was about a girl who lost her mother at a young age. But how does she have memories of her? This is her deepest secret, but what if someone has a problem similar to her own? Can she put aside all she's used to and trust someone? Is a friendship strong enough to make her realize the thing she wanted most wasn't all it was cracked up to be?  

Opinion: 

This is an action-packed book.

Two things I really liked about the book were how the book had a good plot and excellent characters that played important roles in the story. They had to come together on their own. The second thing I liked about the book was how the characters didn't all have the same problem. They each had different problems that pushed them together.

There were some confusing moments in the story. I didn't like how the author didn't share what happened in the worlds where the characters traveled. It left you feeling curious, but nothing fed that curiosity. 

This book is filled with wonder, and it leads you down paths of uncertainty. It's a great book that I hope other people will read.

Rating:
4
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