The Hidden Memory of Objects

Finished The Hidden Memory of Objects by Danielle Mages Amato. I received a copy for review. 

Megan’s family has imploded since her brother Tyler’s death. When it was ruled an overdose, she’s even more stunned: she knew her brother and she knew he didn’t do drugs. When she starts to investigate, she learns that she can sometimes see things when she touches certain objects. 

This was such an interesting book! I’m not a huge fan of paranormal novels anymore but that was such a tiny plot aspect that it didn’t affect my enjoyment. 

I love Megan and her efforts to (a) move forward and (b) redefine herself after Tyler’s death. It was very relatable. 



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