Quickie #Review: The Museum of Intangible Things

Quickie Review: The Museum of Intangible Things by Wendy Wunder


I loved The Museum of Intangible Things! I choose this book based on the cover, which I explain in my What I’m Currently Reading vlog. It was beautiful. The cover was beautiful and the plot was beautiful. Everyone needs to read this book. It teaches you about things. I loved it.

Zoe and Hannah are best friends and have been friends for a long time. And they’ve both had hard lives. Zoe is bipolar. And Hannah’s family doesn’t care about her. Her father is an alcoholic, and steals her money. Zoe’s brother, Noah, doesn’t exactly understand feelings. So Zoe teaches him about them. She creates the Museum of Intangible Things to help him learn about emotions and feelings. But then Zoe decides to run away with Hannah to teach her about intangible things.

I’m not exactly in the mood to write a review, so I’m sorry that it is short. This was a good book, though. It deserves a longer review because it was amazing, but…

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