[EPUB] (Meet Me at the Museum)

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  • Meet Me at the Museum
  • Anne Youngson
  • English
  • 17 February 2019
  • 9780857525529

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free read Meet Me at the Museum free download · eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ì Anne Youngson Anne Youngson ì 8 characters D 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 survive. When Tina Hopgood writes a letter to Professor Glob she is not expecting to receive a reply She knows that he is probably dead as he would have to be over 100 years old now Back in 1964 a group of girls including Tina wrote a letter to Professor Glob He wrote a book The Bog people who the girls were interested in and dedicated it to them one of whom was his daughterTina in a moment of contemplating things in life and opportunities missed writes this letter to the professor than fifty years later She is particularly interested in the Tollund ManShe is than uite surprised to receive a reply from the curator of the Silkeborg Museum confirming that yes indeed Professor Glob passed away some time ago but he then encourages her to come to the Museum to see the Tollund ManShe whimsically replies to this letter in what really is a bit of a waffle about how her and her friend planned to go and see the Tollund Man made plans and the time never seemed right until her friend passed away and she does not feel she could make the trip without her nowAnders Larsen the curator again replies to this letter and without either of them totally realising it they have become almost inadvertently drawn into an ongoing correspondence As the correspondence continues both start slowly exchanging and personal information and the buds of a friendship start to slowly open and bloom More letters are exchanged and a beautiful flower opensThrough this correspondence we start to learn about both characters their lives their histories their achievements their regrets as well as being a great way to build their backstory their letters are also entertaining always segueing into different anecdotesInevitably their feelings for one another grow deeper with each letterIn this day and age when worldwide communication is uite easily accessible to modern countries both Tina and Anders make a promise to each other to shun modern technology and even when sending letters by email they attach the letter to the email and then print it out There is something beautiful and romantic about this agreement By writing to each other in the old style format of a letter both are able to truly stop and think about the letter they have received and again stop ponder and think on responses Perhaps this is the reason they grow so close never having actually met in person because each of them has experienced the others deep and meaningful thoughts Perhaps this is something that is missing from the modern social media crazy world Do we really need to know that our best friend dropped their coffee on the way out of McDonalds and then see a picture of it on Instagram five seconds after it happened Written words will probably not even be used it will just be a bunch of sad faced emojis I truly hope with every fibre of my being that poetry literature love letters casual letters deep and meaningful letters in which you expose your soul to a friend will always have a place in our worldA beautiful well written story 4 Stars Becoming Violet ones; for the ancient and modern world what is lost in time what is gained and what has stayed the same Through intimate stories The Complete Idiots Guide to Starting a Web Based Business of joy anguish and discovery each Serial Killer uarterly Vol2 No7 Psychotic Killers one bares their soul to the Topito terremoto other But when Tina's letters suddenly cease Anders is thrown into despair Can this unlikely friendship survive. 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free read Meet Me at the Museum free download · eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ì Anne Youngson Anne Youngson ì 8 characters 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 expect a replyWhen Tina Hopgood first wrote it nor did she Professor Anders Larsen an urbane man of facts has lost his wife along with his hopes and drea. 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