Little, Brown Book Group, Dec 15, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 320 pages
I am a wanderer: one with a hoarder's love of houses and things... I am tracing here a memory map of all the places that have stayed with me and, since this is also a map of all the voyages of discovery, this is also the story of the getting to those places.' In Memory Maps, probably her most personal book, Lisa charts a life spent in all corners of the world, from Wimbledon to the Venezuelan Andes, from the Caribbean to Ghana, and confesses to wanderlust and fate as being her chief guides. An itinerant lifestyle creates an unpredictable personal life though and Lisa writes movingly about being the support for three children by three different husbands and also, of the pain of failing to be strong.
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Review: Memory MapsUser Review - Marisa - Goodreads
I LOVE this author. She is in the Pantheon in both narrative voice and subject. Read full review
Review: Memory MapsUser Review - Becky - Goodreads
only funny part was when she describes a young african guy in the hall outside her hotel room in mali trying to "tame" the vacuum. Read full review