Remember Me

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Picador, Feb 18, 2005 - Older women - 224 pages
23 Reviews

Winnie would say she's no trouble. She's content to let the days go by, minding her own business, bothering no-one. She'd rather not recall the past and, at 72, doesn't see much point in thinking about the future.

But when her closed existence is shattered by a random act of violence, Winnie is catapulted out of her exile. Robbed of everything she owns, she embarks on a journey to track down the thief - but she soon finds that what began as a search for stolen belongings has become the rediscovery of a stolen life.

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User Review  - Robin Holloway - Goodreads

Haunting and sad, but beautifully written. The author did an incredible job of narrating what it feels like to be Patsy/Lillian/Winnie. Read full review

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User Review  - Josie - Goodreads

Read this during a 7 hour power outage during our stay in the Philippines waiting for Typhoon Queenie to pass over the island. It was a nice read. At times a tad confusing, and I wouldn't exactly say that it all came together at the end, but on the whole I enjoyed it. Read full review

About the author (2005)

Trezza Azzopardi was born in Cardiff and lives in Norwich. This is her second novel.

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