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Meet Me at the Museum characters Ì eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ó ❰Reading❯ ➽ Meet Me at the Museum Author Anne Youngson – Please be aware I am writing to you to make sense of myself When the curator of a Danish museum responds to a uery about ancient exhibits he doesn’t exLeft behind by loved ones for the ancient and modern world what is lost in time what is gained and what has stayed the same Through intimate stories of joy anguish and discovery each one bares their soul to the other But when Tina's letters suddenly cease Anders is thrown into despair Can this unlikely friendship survi. 35 sweetie pies “Our letters have meant so much to us because we have both arrived at the same point in our lives More behind us than ahead of us” Anne Youngson They have never met They have never even seen a picture of the other They live over 700 miles apart Yet they have found comfort and companionship in each other than they ever thought possible Tina Hopgood lives in East Anglia England on a farm She has lived there with her husband for over 30 years Her children now adults are part of the farm and her daily life Tina writes a letter intended to be received by Professor PV Glob a Danish archaeologist at the Silkeborg Museum in Denmark A book that was dedicated to her by this Professor when she was a child had prompted her to write to him His discovery and excavation of the well preserved Tullund Man from the bogs of Jutland is a memory that stayed with her over all the years One of these days she will make the trip to the museum to see this man from 250 BC herself “I want there to be a significance in the connection made between you and me in 1964 that links back to the man buried in the bog two thousand years ago” Anne YoungsonAnders works at the Silkeborg Museum in Denmark He receives a letter from a Tina Hopgood from England intended for Professor PV Glob But the Professor had died several years ago and Anders politely writes her back sending along some general Museum information Not a long while later Trina writes back as a means of explaining how all of this has become so important to her and why she has waited so long to follow this interest Anders politely replies And this continues not by e mail but the old fashioned way through the postal system Anders begins to open up about his work and inuiries about her natural surroundings living on the farm in the countryside “In particular I have been thinking of what sort of history that is my special field What lasts What is it that determines what lasts” Anne YoungsonTheir letters carry on for a timespan of about a year with conversations ranging from history ecology herpetology and biology to venturing into their personal lives their children their thoughts likes and dislikes Until one dayit stopsInspired by the actual Tollund Man and the real Silkeborg Museum in Denmark this epistolary novel is all about friendship Trina and Anders share a deep connection that evokes them to think They are not always of the same opinion but feel they can respectfully express themselves to the other Their vulnerabilities makes this novel sweet and real The plotline expands beyond the two characters involving their families and what is happening in their lives In parts you forget you are reading this entire novel in letters There are moment of joy despair hope and loss It is not a fast paced read It renders so much honesty and simple goodness it does not reuire speed or loud activity It is a journey inward in a sense Something to read while sipping hot cocoa Very lovely and sweet I received a digital copy of this ARC from Netgalley in exchange of an honest review All opinions are my own Thank you kindly Find of my reviews here

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Please be aware I am at the PDF #10003 writing to you to make sense Meet Me Kindle of myself When the curator of a Danish museum responds to a Me at the Epub #226 uery about ancient exhibits he doesn’t expect a replyWhen Tina Hopgood first wrote it nor did she Professor Anders Larsen an urbane man of facts has lost. What a wonderful surprise this gem of a book was for me I do not recall how I learned of this book but I recall seeing my library got the audio and I immediately put myself on the list Finally it arrived and I jumped right in I pushed through this wanting to know what would happen not wanting it to endThe story is told in alternating letters from Tina Hopgood who lives in England and Professor Anders Larsen who lives in Denmark Tina writes to the Silkeborg museum sending a letter to Professor PV Glob who wrote a dedication in his book to a bunch of schoolgirls Tina being one of them long ago Since he has passed it is Professor Anders the museum curator who gets the letter from Tina and responds So begins this beautiful art of letter writingreally actually writing letters back and forth OK so eventually they switch to email only to increase the freuency of their correspondence Both are somewhat lost almost drifting through life but this unlikely friendship blooms and each becomes a stronger person I don't want to say and give anything away in this oneIt reminded me a bit of 84 Charing Cross Road where there is also a letter writing correspondence between two unlikely people But this one is so much better the character were real or at least I wanted them to be real The audio was great both narrators did a superb job and kept me so enthralled I actually looked forward to exercising as I listened while riding my bike Now I'm sure tomorrow I'll not be looking forward to that bike It's a uick read but one that can brighten your day Just thinking of these two who you almost think fate played a part in their story Looking forward to from this author and stories like this one

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Meet Me at the MuseumHis wife along with his hopes and dreams for the future He does not know that a uery from a Mrs Tina Hopgood about a world famous antiuity in his museum is about to alter the course of his lifeOceans apart an unexpected correspondence flourishes as they discover shared passions for history and nature for useless objects. Some of the blurbs about this novel made me think that it might be too cloying and heavy handed for me I didn't need to worry This epistolary novel is tart and true in its depiction of a growing friendship And wonderful