‘The Ocean at the End of the Lane’
Your mother loves to reminisce.
“Remember when ...” she says before launching into some often-embarrassing story about something that happened years ago. “Remember when,” two words that make you scramble to recall whatever she’s talking about.
Sometimes, though, you can’t remember when. Her stories are familiar — but they aren’t, and you almost wonder if they ever really happened. Likewise, in the new novel, “The Ocean at the End of the Lane” by Neil Gaiman, a middle-aged man on his way to a funeral learns that Memory Lane has a dead-end.
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