The Things We Cannot Say

[Epub] ❥ The Things We Cannot Say  ➝ Kelly Rimmer – Johndore.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 448 pages
  • The Things We Cannot Say
  • Kelly Rimmer
  • English
  • 20 December 2019
  • 1525831518

About the Author: Kelly Rimmer

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The Things We Cannot Say Reading The Things We Cannot Say Author Kelly Rimmer 9tvuk.us In 1942, Europe Remains In The Relentless Grip Of War Just Beyond The Tents Of The Russian Refugee Camp She Calls Home, A Young Woman Speaks Her Wedding Vows It S A Decision That Will Alter Her Destiny And It S A Lie That Will Remain Buried Until The Next Century.Since She Was Nine Years Old, Alina Dziak Knew She Would Marry Her Best Friend, Tomasz Now Fifteen And Engaged, Alina Is Unconcerned By Reports Of Nazi Soldiers At The Polish Border, Believing Her Neighbors That They Pose No Real Threat, And Dreams Instead Of The Day Tomasz Returns From College In Warsaw So They Can Be Married But Little By Little, Injustice By Brutal Injustice, The Nazi Occupation Takes Hold, And Alina S Tiny Rural Village, Its Families, Are Divided By Fear And Hate Then, As The Fabric Of Their Lives Is Slowly Picked Apart, Tomasz Disappears Where Alina Used To Measure Time Between Visits From Her Beloved, Now She Measures The Spaces Between Hope And Despair, Waiting For Word From Tomasz And Avoiding The Attentions Of The Soldiers Who Patrol Her Parents Farm But For Now, Even Deafening Silence Is Preferable To Grief Slipping Between Nazi Occupied Poland And The Frenetic Pace Of Modern Life, Kelly Rimmer Creates An Emotional And Finely Wrought Narrative That Weaves Together Two Women S Stories Into A Tapestry Of Perseverance, Loyalty, Love And Honor The Things We Cannot Say Is An Unshakable Reminder Of The Devastation When Truth Is Silenced And How It Can Take A Lifetime To Find Our Voice Before We Learn To Trust It.

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10 thoughts on “The Things We Cannot Say

  1. Sally Hepworth says:

    Kelly Rimmer has raised her already high bar with this unforgettable novel It is that rare author that takes the reader so deeply into a world that you smell the smells, feel the hunger, see the devastation Alina and Tomasz s story is one of bravery, resilience, and the lengths we will go to for the ones we love It felt so real to me that last night, when I finished reading, I cried for them Not for myself, but for Alina and Tomasz Also for the millions of people who lived this Honestly, I K...

  2. Jamie Rosenblit says:

    This book was so incredibly amazing, it took my breath away and it has taken me 8 days to think about how to put into words a review that truly encompasses what I felt about this book Dual timelines that are equally as powerful in their own right and evenso when the two come together quite literally floored me In pr...

  3. Sue says:

    I love historical fiction especially novels about WWII There have been so many of them the last few years that it would be easy to keep reading the same story over and over but once again an author has totally put a different spin on the story and it read like a story of a time period that I knew very little about The book was well written and very well researched with chara...

  4. Penny Flannery says:

    What a wonderful read, could not put this book down until I found out the ending Like all of Kelly s book has that awesome twist, that you might work out earlier rather than later This book reminds me of The Bronze Horseman another wo...

  5. Stacey Ellice says:

    Wow Kelly Rimmer, you have done it again But this book was on a whole different level Historical fiction has always been a favourite genre of mine, but so many don t do it justice you succeeded with flying colours The dual timelines added a wonderful, captivating message to the overall storyline I put it down knowing that it is so very important to honour and c...

  6. Joanna says:

    This has been my favorite read of the past year The story was fascinating with an original spin on WWII historical fiction I couldn t put this book down and had many emotional moments with the characters Fans of The Nightingale will love thi...