Meet Me at the Museum (Youngson) - Book Reviews

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The charmer of the summer.… A touching, hopeful story about figuring out what matters and mustering the courage to make necessary changes.
NPR


How subtle. How perceptive…Meet Me at the Museum is gently provoking, delving into how we interact with our children, our spouses, our communities, but mostly with ourselves.
Minneapolis Star Tribune


A farmer’s wife and a museum curator begin a life-changing correspondence in this lovely book by Anne Youngson, a first-time novelist at age 70 (Editor’s Choice).
Woman’s Day


Beautifully written and deeply moving, Meet Me at the Museum is a superb—and tenderhearted—debut that will interest anyone who's ever questioned how they became the person they are today.
Shelf Awareness


A thoughtful meditation on buried passions, regrets, love, grief, and loneliness. But Youngson’s debut offers hope for change in its tender exploration of what it means to have experienced a life well-lived.
Guardian (UK)


Already being hailed as a classic.… Absolutely beautiful, about loss and the life choices we make.
Daily Mail


A debut novel that tells the unlikely story of an English farm wife and a Danish museum curator through their spirited correspondence. Loneliness draws them together.… Though well-crafted, this genteel novel never quite achieves liftoff.
Kirkus Reviews

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