The Memory of a Face

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Set in Hong Kong and China, where the ultra-modern live in a traditional society and struggle to find love, the story shall resonate with anyone who has loved, lost somebody or had to let go. More
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About Ansh Das

Ansh Das (better known as AD) is an IT nerd in the morning, an author by noon, an activist in the evening and a healer by night. That sequence may change a few times in any direction during the course of the day. He is from India and lives in Hong Kong.

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Reviews of The Memory of a Face by Ansh Das

Prof. Hilary L. Chow FRAS reviewed on Oct. 9, 2011

This is a very interesting and meaningful book, a must buy!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Brenda Sedore reviewed on Feb. 25, 2011

(spoiler alert) The title of The Memory of a Face is perfect. The story is about love. Love in all its myriad forms. In the story, a young man named Andy loses his memory after an accident (it's not cliché, Das pulls it off well), but he never forgets the face of his lover. It's beautiful and demonstrates the power of love. You can lose your memory, but still hang on to the feelings that person stirs in you.

I enjoyed this book so much more than I expected to. It's very different from my normal reading material, but I'm glad I didn't miss out on it. The characters are well drawn out. Das has told the story in a way that is unique, especially with the Hong Kong culture and language, and draws his characters with a fine hand. They become real very quickly and I found myself rooting for them from the beginning.

It was a very enjoyable read and I am looking forward to more books from Ansh Das.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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