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Museum of Memories: A Collection of Soul-Stirring Stories Paperback – Feb 2017

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The prose flows, emotions evolve and narrative quickens with the best form of surprise – the small surprise that is credible, human and moving. Amrita Mukherjee is a fine writer. - MJ Akbar, Minister of State for External Affairs/Rajya Sabha MP/Veteran journalist/Author

Always a pleasure to see an ex member of the Hindustan Times editorial team turn to creative writing and to show such sensitivity in her fiction! - Vir Sanghvi, Ex Editorial Director, Hindustan Times/TV personality/Author

Each short story of Amrita’s is a reader's delight. Be it the element of surprise which is the soul of a short story, vivid etching of characters, construct of plots of varied themes, inimitable story telling style, language lucidity, food for thought, Amrita has mastered them all. I have no hesitation in saying that Amrita is a reincarnation of O. Henry. - Biplab Dasgupta, Actor/Director/Theatre personality

About the Author

Amrita Mukherjee has worked in publications like The Times of India, The Hindustan Times and The Asian Age in India and she has been the Features Editor with ITP publishing Group, Dubai’s largest magazine publishing house. An advocate of alternative journalism, she is currently a freelance journalist writing for international publications and websites and also blogs at www.amritaspeaks.com Amrita’s debut novel Exit Interview earned the tag “unputdownable” from reviewers and readers alike.

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  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Readomania; First edition (1 February 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9385854194
  • ISBN-13: 978-9385854194
  • Package Dimensions: 19.4 x 12.6 x 2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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I have always enjoyed reading short stories and was eagerly looking forward to read "Museum of Memories". The book title and cover are both refreshing as well as intriguing. What I loved about Amrita's collection of short stories is that she has dabbled with various topics and each of them have been handled with sensitivity. The characters and tales are realistic. We meet such people and hear about or experience these situations in our daily lives. Out of all the 13 soulful stories, the ones that resonated with me the most are "Museum of Memories", "Going Home", "Metro Ride", "From good to worse", "The Perfect Life", "It happened one day" and "To Cut a Long Story Short". A couple of them didn't connect to me as much like "Trapped and Saved" and "The House-husband". While conceptually they were both stories that had potential, I felt that they could have been better in the execution. The language and narration style is lucid and effortless. Overall, the book succeeds in striking a chord and leaves you with a warm, fuzzy feeling. It is definitely worth your time, go for it!
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Hence it is a continuous reading ........ Just finished five stories ......till the best are "going home " ( the reality of life) ...... "Love at first sight" we all are going through in our childhood I think ........ And which one made me cry all over "Museum of memories" .....tooo touchy that cannot express in my words ....... Till this book my personal favourite ...... Wish all the good luck to The writer "Amrita Mukherjee" ....... 👍👌
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Just finished my trip to the Museum, it was definitely quite an astonishing one!

First and foremost, thanks a lot for dedicating this book to fellow Pointers, this means a lot to us....now, coming to the review, will keep it very simple....Each story is original, comprehensive, and very well written, just carry on Amrita. All the best.
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When experiences of one's life gets churned in the hands of a writer who loves to toy with words, you get a book that tugs your heart strings, but at the same time keeps it positive and addictive. Amrita Mukherjee's writing is "unputdownable" -- and this book proves it again.
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It is a fabulous read...the stories are from our day-to-day life and hence one can easily relate to them. Very easy read and absolutely unputdownable..... I think Amrita Mukherjee is fast turning into a great new age author ...looking fo more treasure toves like this ...!!!
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The stories are so real yet unheard of by common people..with her experience as a journalist, the author has brought such amazing stories out for the book readers.. Read it for knowing more about this world :)
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Wow. So relevant and gripping. The author is getting better and better. Looking forward to the next novel.
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I have earlier read Exit Interview by the same author and can boldly state this one is several notches above. Kudos to the author for this brilliant second book.
Each story is a roller-coaster read and serves an entire gamut of emotions - something like your favourite Bollywood blockbuster which has dance, drama, action, romance, tragedy all packed in two and a half hours. That's how it is with this book too. There were times (actually after every story) where I just had to stop and reflect on what I had read. Each story stays with you long after you have moved on to the next one. There is pathos, humour, romance, but most of all there is soul.
If I were to choose a favourite story, it would be impossible (although the romantic in me says it's Metro Ride) and I enjoyed reading all the stories.
Would definitely recommend this one.
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