Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden

Title – Memoirs of a geisha

Author – Arthur Golden

Publisher – Vintage Contemporaries, Random House

Format – Paperback ISBN 0679781587

Genre – Memoir

Memoirs of a Geisha, beautiful Kimono in pink and purple
Geisha in beautiful kimonos.
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This week’s book was Memoirs of a Geisha. I had the chance to publish it on The Star, so I did. That is why this review will be terribly short. If you would like to read the review, kindly visit the site using the link below.

Book Review: Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden

So instead i will post my favorite quotes from the book. I have always wanted to create quotes to tweet from books I love, so this is that day. I will also include my overall review box. Remember, clicking on the stars below (user rating) automatically gives your rating on the book which is highly appreciated. If you are new to this page head over to my explanation on how I rate the books I read on this site.

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Overall I thought Memoirs of a Geisha was an interesting book that I wouldn’t mind reading again. It took me all the way back to one of my favorite topics World War 2. Read The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak and All The Lights We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr for amazing fiction on the topic.

The cover page- Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden.
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Tweet-worthy Quotes from Memoirs of a Geisha

We human beings are only a part of something very much larger. When we walk along, we may crush a beetle, or simply cause a change in air so that a fly ends up where it might never have gone otherwise. Click To Tweet When a woman walks, she should give the impression of waves rippling over a sandbar. Click To Tweet When we fight upstream against a rocky undercurrent, every foothold takes on a kind of urgency. Click To Tweet Whatever our struggles and triumphs, however much we may suffer them, all too soon they bleed into a wash, just like any watery ink on paper. Click To Tweet Sometimes we get through adversity only by imagining what the world might be like if our dreams should ever come true. Click To Tweet When a woman walks, she should give the impression of waves rippling over a sandbar. Click To Tweet Half the work is in making the proper sound; the other half is in doing it the proper way. Click To Tweet

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