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Things Left Unsaid

Auteur(s): Courtney Walsh
Narrateur(s): Jess Nahikian
Durée: 11 h et 46 min

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Description

An emotional novel of family, friendship and forgiveness from Courtney Walsh, The New York Times bestselling author of Hometown Girl.

Lyndie St. James is thrilled that her best friend, Elle, is getting married but unprepared for the emotional storm of the wedding week and returning to her childhood summer home of Sweethaven. The idyllic cottage community harbors some of her best - and worst - memories. It’s not only the tragic death of her childhood friend Cassie that has haunted her for ten years, it’s the other secrets she’s buried that have kept her from moving on.

But Lyndie isn’t the only one with secrets.

Cassie’s mother, father and brother, still struggling with the loss, have been drifting further and further apart. And Elle herself, the last to see Cassie alive, carries an impossible burden of guilt. Now reunited, each of them has a choice: to reveal the truths of that night or continue to live in its shadow. That means embarking on a personal journey of the heart - to escape the darkness and all its regrets and to finally come to terms with the past and, especially, with each other.

©2018 Courtney Walsh (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Ellen A. Hernandez
  • 2019-03-14

Terrible

This is one of the most poorly written books I have read in quite a long time. The language and sentences are empty and uninviting. The story is designed to proselytize pro-abstinence hogwash and the "sins" of women, who should internalize shame and carry it for the best years of their lives. What a waste of time. I just started skipping chapters and listening to the first minute of each.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2019-06-06

things Left Unsaid

I enjoyed how well written the story was and how easy it flowed. Forgiveness changes lives. With that being said I found the characters a little unbelievable. Every character had a problem that needed to be solved. However, it did hold my attention how each character solved their problems. PTL!

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  • JJ
  • 2019-04-30

Is this what romance has become?

I’m at a loss as to how this made the romance package cut. I did not find it that romantic.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-01-11

Love

This book was so good and refreshing! It seems whatever I'm watching or reading that people are saying they don't believe in God, well not this book. Not only do they mention Him they also tell you how to get his saving grace. Love!

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  • NMwritergal
  • 2018-10-31

Christian fiction NOT contemporary fiction

My pet peeve is miscategorizing books. Most notably calling romance or Christian fiction "contemporary fiction," two categories I can't stand.

I think the only thing the author does well is wait a few chapters before laying on the Christian stuff. Alas, 3 pastors (one the head of a mega church with 25,000 members), a "bad boy" who goes to church and is a member of a "worship team" (no idea what that is, and it's not explained), and a THERAPIST who has "lost her faith" but used to tell her clients to read the bible and pray, qualifies as Christian fiction. It also qualifies the author as...clueless. I guess you don't need a Masters degree to be a therapist. I guess you can just impose your religious views on others. Sure, great idea.

I ended up "hate reading" (or "hate listening") this book, though after the first few hours I dozed through about half of this interminable story of people who hate themselves for their perceived wrongs. All the internal dialogue and thoughts of self-loathing were a bit much. And everyone seemed to have the mental maturity of teenagers, which added to the one-note quality of the story.

Just as bad: the audio narrator. While she had a very nice voice and performed the two 28-yr-old women's voices well, the other voices (especially the male voices) we about as atrocious as I've ever heard, and this narrator will go on my "never again" list. It could also be used as an example of what not to do as an audio performer.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2019-02-19

Wonderful Heartwarming Story

This is a very insightful story which deals well with emotions surrounding tragedy. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to Courtney's writing. it has come a long way since seventh grade when I was her teacher. I'm very proud of her.

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  • NH Wifey
  • 2019-02-10

Grab the tissues

All of the story lines in this book were written is such a cohesive way that the flow was wonderful. There is a lot of guilt, anguish and uncertainty for all of the young adults that gets resolved a little at a time so that the story makes you joyous at the end.

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  • Shannon N.
  • 2019-01-23

Wonderful story of redemption

I loved the characters, and felt their struggles. This story has all the feels, and has a wonderful ending. I highly recommend it to anyone!

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