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- Print Length: 352 pages
- Publisher: Graydon House; Original edition (April 14, 2020)
- Publication Date: April 14, 2020
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07QV23MNL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,246 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"Illuminating…engrossing [and] harrowing…Rimmer's suspenseful narrative will enthrall and move readers." —Publishers Weekly, starred review
“The back-and-forth between Beth in the 1990s and Grace’s notes from the 1950s creates momentum, and readers of epistolary novels will nod at Grace’s depiction of the lack of choices for women of that time. Contrasting that with the stigma of getting mental health help, which was still strong in the ‘90s, Rimmer paints a picture of women finding their strength then and now.” –Booklist
"Best-selling author Rimmer expertly illustrates a heartbreaking portrayal of postpartum depression through multiple perspectives in dual time lines. For fans who appreciate emotionally wrenching reads such as those by Sarah Jio or Kristin Hannah." –Library Journal
"Everything Kelly Rimmer writes turns to gold." –SheReads
“An intense story of survival, hardship, and heartbreak, The Things We Cannot Say is sure to evoke emotion in even the most cynical reader.” —New York Journal of Books
“Straddling the past and the present, The Things We Cannot Say is a mesmerizing tale of family, memory, forgiveness, and unconditional love, but it is also about retrieving lost stories…a true achievement in World War II fiction.” —Historical Novel Society
"Fans of Kristin Hannah's The Nightingale and Pam Jenoff's The Orphan's Tale will enjoy this absorbing, emotional tale of love, heartbreak, and resilience." —Booklist on The Things We Cannot Say
“Kelly Rimmer has outdone herself. I thought that Before I Let You Go was one of the best novels I had ever read…[but] if you only have time to read one book this year The Things We Cannot Say should be that book. Keep tissues handy.” —Fresh Fiction
"Fans of The Nightingale and Lilac Girls will adore The Things We Cannot Say.” —Pam Jenoff, New York Times bestselling author
“Kelly Rimmer has raised the already high bar with this unforgettable novel. Fans of Jodi Picoult and Kristin Hannah now have a new go-to author.” —Bestselling author Sally Hepworth
"Ripped from the headlines and from the heart, Before I Let You Go is an unforgettable novel that will amaze and startle you with its impact and insight." —Patti Callahan Henry, New York Times bestselling author
“Kelly Rimmer writes with wisdom and compassion about the relationships between sisters, mother and daughter…. She captures the anguish of addiction, the agonizing conflict between an addict's best and worst selves.” —Luanne Rice, New York Times bestselling author on Before I Let You Go
"Kelly Rimmer's shimmering and poignant new novel [Before I Let You Go] broadens our current national conversation about seeking to combat the deadly yet curable disease of addiction while being ultimately a story of relationships." —Library Journal, Editor's Pick
"Rimmer's timely novel captures the unbreakable bond of two sisters and humanizes the difficult intersection of the opioid epidemic and the justice system." —Publishers Weekly on Before I Let You Go
“Get ready for fireworks in your book club when you read Before I Let You Go! One of the best books for discussion that I’ve read in years.” —Diane Chamberlain, New York Times bestselling author
About the Author
Kelly Rimmer is the worldwide and USA Today bestselling author of six novels, including The Things We Cannot Say and Before I Let You Go. She lives in rural Australia with her husband, two children, and fantastically naughty dogs, Sully and Basil. Her novels have been translated into more than twenty languages.
Sarah Mollo-Christensen is a voice talent and an audiobook narrator. A stage and voice actor, she received her BA from Dartmouth College and graduated from the Atlantic Theater Company's Acting Conservatory in New York City. As an actress, she has appeared on prestigious regional stages, including the Folger Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC.
Piper Goodeve began narrating in 2011 and has since given voice to over a hundred titles. As a stage actress, Piper has appeared off Broadway as well as at theaters across the country, such as the McCarter, the Weston Playhouse, and Syracuse Stage. Happily splitting her time between Brooklyn and Vermont, Piper holds a BA from New York University and received her MFA in acting from Brown University/Trinity Rep.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
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She tackles the subject of depression so well and the complexities of her characters make this story seem real.
This is a hard read in terms of subject matter and the choices the characters make but, in the end that is what makes them so real.
Have plenty of tissues on hand. I had to read this over several days as it was at times a very emotionally hard read.
I felt close to the characters, and the story line kept you wanting to find out the families past. Great read
Top international reviews
Beth is struggling to cope with her Dad’s dementia and becoming a new mum. Over thirty years before Beth’s Mum is struggling to cope with four young children. Whilst emptying her father’s house Beth finds a letter from her a mum. Is it possible that her Mother who died when she was child could help her cope with the stresses of her life.
I loved the characters in this book and thought the issues dealt with in the book were very sensitively handled. The author has clearly done her research into Dementia and other areas that appear in the book. The book had me in tears at places and left me feeling very lucky to live in today’s society rather than society in the Sixties.
Thanks to Headline and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.