The Memories of Us: Unabridged edition

By Vanessa Carnevale, Read by Sarah Kants

‘A beautifully written, incredibly evocative tale. The Memories of Us will remind you that love never fails and that there’s real power in chasing your dreams. I loved this uniquely vivid story, and you will too’ Kelly Rimmer, author of Before I Let You Go

One moment can change your life

When Gracie Ashcroft wakes after a crash with severe amnesia, she must choose whether to live a life through other people’s memories or to start a new life all her own.

Discovering her late mother left her an old flower farm, Gracie leaves her fiancé, best friend and the home full of forgotten memories behind, hoping to learn who she is now.

Torn between wishing she could remember and afraid of losing what she now has, Gracie starts to wonder: if you had your time over, would you live the same life twice?

The feel-good and sweeping love story that fans of Harriet Evans, Lucy Dillon and Ruth Hogan will love

What readers are saying about The Memories of Us

‘A great holiday read’ NetGalley Reviewer

‘I was swept away by this book’ Netgalley Reviewer

‘A lovely story about finding a second chance where you least expect it’ Netgalley Reviewer

‘Carnevale’s writing is effortless and sharp and her dialogue crisp. She’s a master of creating emotionally compelling characters and crafting a sweeping love story that the reader remembers long after they turn the last page. It’s a beautiful story that you won’t forget’ Chicklit Club

Format: Audio-Book
Release Date: 12 Jul 2018
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-830173-6
Detailed Edition: Unabridged edition
Vanessa Carnevale is a freelance writer based in Melbourne, Australia, who has contributed to The Green Parent, The Huffington Post, Muse, and Italy magazine, among others. Her debut novel, The Florentine Bridge, was published by HQ in Australia earlier this year. She was a finalist in the Best New Author category for the AusRom Today Readers Choice Awards 2017.

”'A warm, hopeful read that reminds you what is important in life. You will not want to put it down until the last page. I loved this novel.” - Sally Hepworth, author of 'The Secrets of Midwives'

”'As beautiful as the flowers that proliferate through the novel, 'The Memories That Make Us' is a story about love, second chances, and taking risks.” - Natasha Lester, author of 'Her Mother's Secret'