Review: The Memory Keeper's Daughter

Editorial Review - - Marie Hashima Lofton

THE MEMORY KEEPER'S DAUGHTER by Kim Edwards is an auspicious debut novel that revolves around one unfortunate choice made by a man who felt there could be no other outcome to the situation. Doctor David Henry helps deliver his wife's babies, he himself being an orthopedic surgeon. Along with his colleague Caroline Gill, a nurse, they witness the birth of a boy, Paul, and a girl, Phoebe. But they ... Read full review

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This is a story about how the choices one makes in a split second can affect you and everyone around you for years to come. Dr. David Henry has to choose between his Down Syndrome baby daughter and ... Read full review

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I loved this book. The enviornment made the place seem beautiful, despite the drama and rapid changes. The characters, mostly Phobe and Paul, were phenomanal. Although that book took me a while to finish, it was so worth it. I cried, smiled, and laughed while reading this book.

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