The Echo Chamber

The Echo Chamber

Book - 2011
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Amassing a collection of historical artifacts through the use of her extraordinary hearing, Evie Steppman, a woman who grew up in mid-20th-century British-occupied Nigeria, realizes that she is losing her abilities and resolves to document the remarkable story of each object.
Publisher: New York : Viking, 2011
Edition: 1st American ed
Description: 371 p. ; 24 cm
ISBN: 9780670022830
0670022837
Branch Call Number: Will

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Aug 03, 2013

Rather slow to start out, but the second half, dealing with the end of Evie's childhood and more and more urgent loss of her hearing and memories, is a great read. I especially enjoyed her lover's diaries, which gives the reader a glimpse of Evie from the outside.

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