The Museum of Extraordinary Things
I love Alice Hoffman. I love how she writes and the story ideas she comes up with. “The Museum of Extraordinary Things” is no exception. The story is based in New York City in the 1900’s with two characters who find themselves and love. Coralie lives in a museum with her father and their housekeeper, so she thinks. Then there is a young man named Eddie who comes from a Russian Jewish family and is a photographer. Coralie’s and Eddies lives connect by a serious fire, a murder, and the hiding of the body.
Once again Hoffman writes with eloquence, style, and rich history as she weaves the story together.
I have not read fiction in a long time, but when I saw this book I knew I had to read it and guess what I was not disappointed at all. Neither will you