The Museum of Us summary ´ 8

Tara Wilson Redd ☆ 8 free read

The Museum of Us summary ´ 8 Ø Secrets are con artists they trick you into letting them out Sadie loves her rocker boyfriend Henry and her running partner and best friend Lucie but no one can measure up to her truest love and hero the dazzling and passionate George George her secret When something goes wrong and Sadie is taken to the hospital calling oHospital calling out for George her hidden life may be exposed Now she must confront the truth of the past and protect a world she is terrified to lose. This book is something else and I think it’s one that might stick with readers for a long time after they’ve reached the last page because throughout my entire read I couldn’t stop seeing bits of myself in our main character Sadie It’s so hard to even write this review because there were many moments when I was smiling at something thinking yeah I’ve been there or I’ve totally done that and as it progressed into of the reality aspect and what that meant for her state of mind is where I sort of had to sit back and wonder where I was in comparison to that journey Thankfully I never took it as far as she did but it’s easy to see how someone with her childhood and the trauma resulting from a car accident paired with little social interaction could lead to someone burying themselves in fantasy where they get to be the hero I appreciated the back and forth struggle that was presented throughout the novel but I do wonder at the ending No spoilers but to have one character explain the long and hard journey that awaits but then end they way it did left me unsure if it was supposed to be symbolic for acceptance or an actual overall resolution but as of my own interpretation I’m hoping it’s the former thank you to netgalley for providing an arc in exchange for a fair and honest review

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Secrets are con artists they trick you into letting them out Sadie loves her rocker boyfriend Henry and her running partner and best friend Lucie but no. “I never could resist an unread book You know when you read the back cover of a book and get so into it because the idea of the story is so awesome And even before you’ve read it you’re super excited just to get to spend time in that world with those people” This book had a very misleading synopsis but was such a beautifully written book Sadie has a supportive family a best friend and a loving boyfriend She also has a secret life one of magic and mystery and adventure and George Sadie gets into a car accident and has to spend days in a hospital and then a psychiatric ward She has to face the truth what is realI cannot praise the writing of the book enough It is beautifully written and extremely insightful This book deals with mental health issues in a very sensitive way Sadie has had trauma and uses fantasy as an escape from depression I loved how supportive her friends and family were I loved the attitude of the book and mental illness that it’s ok to ask for help “Everyone runs their own race but we are stronger when we run that race together”This book will appeal to a lot of readers I think that a lot of avid readers will see bits of themselves in Sadie of getting lost in a story “That’s the magic of fiction; that something can be true than truth”

summary The Museum of Us

The Museum of UsOne can measure up to her truest love and hero the dazzling and passionate George George her secret When something goes wrong and Sadie is taken to the. Thanks to NetGalley for a free e copy in exchange for an honest reviewActual Rating 15Trigger Warning Mental Illness CuttingThis was definitely not what I expected from the blurb The synopsis for the The Museum of Us follows Sadie who is living the good life with her boyfriend Henry and her best friend Lucie When Sadie gets into a car crash she is sent to the hospital as she cries out for George George her hero her prince her secret One other thing George isn't realI had no idea that this story was about mental illness when I started reading it And honestly The Museum of Us surprised me because I could relate so much to Sadie I too have created worlds and adventures in my mind imagined myself as a tragic hero in order to escape from the harsh realities of the world I too often lose myself in daydreams and yes I start talking to myself aloud gesturing and walking about BUT ENOUGH ABOUT METhat was about it when it came to relating to Sadie To be honest I couldn't really connect with her trains of thought of actions and sometimes it was even a little irritating I felt like I lacked understanding about Lucie and Henry as well and even George The only character that was truly fleshed out was Sadie and everyone there was simply thereThe writing style was not exactly my cup of tea either I personally am a fan of figurative language and visual imagery but the writing style was a little straightforward and simple The chapters bounce back and forth between times and between reality and imagination so it can get a little confusing but the chapter titles do help not to mention that they're Harry Potter references