Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Review : The Stories We Don't Tell

The Stories We Don’t Tell by Melissa Thayer 

Published by: Booktrope Publishing
Publication date: May 15th 2014
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Purchase: Amazon | B&N
“Growing up had stolen the truth of us.”

A life worth living is a life worth sharing. Growing up in a small town in Montana not worth a name, that kind of life is not one Nick can manage, let alone comprehend. When fate gives him an existence he can barely recognize, he searches for meaning in the future he wishes existed, and attempts to escape a past that cannot be told, save for in the pages of a faded memory.

Melissa Thayer’s lyrical and poignant debut novel, part confession and part wistful longing, is an incisive look at love and loss, and what remains of a soul that is dashed against the rocky shorelines of hope.
It was a rocky start for me to get into but once I did I just could't put down.  I thought that the characters were interesting, the writing style is great, enough drama to keep the readers wanting more and I really did enjoy reading this book. I recommend you lovely readers to check out this book.

4 of 5 Stars!
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Sin City native Melissa Thayer writes fiction that touches upon the timeless truths of the human condition in poignant and thought-provoking ways. She enjoys writing about people and connecting readers with her characters.

She currently lives in Washington with her husband, daughter, and three cats.

THE STORIES WE DON’T TELL is her debut novel.

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