All the Truth) [Pdf/E–book] á Laura Brodie


  • Paperback
  • 304
  • All the Truth
  • Laura Brodie
  • English
  • 01 July 2020
  • 9780425247631

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    free download All the Truth All the Truth) [Pdf/E–book] á Laura Brodie This was a Goodreads GiveawayAll the Truth is a novel about truth and lies and the damage that lies can do It begins with a horrific murder involving English Professor Emma and three students It then follows the impact that night had on Emma's 5 year old daughter Maggie Maggie then tells the story of the night and then the subseuen

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    All the Truth) [Pdf/E–book] á Laura Brodie download ç eBook or Kindle ePUB » Laura Brodie Laura Brodie » 3 download Maggie was just five years old when a tragic event took place One that would tear her family apart One evening several students were out partying near where Maggie lived One moment Maggie's mother was talking to the students and the n

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review All the Truth Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ’s students trespass on her property The ensuing confrontation changes Emma and Maggie’s life forever Nine years later still plagued by nightmares from that evening Maggie is living with her father in the same small town and entering her first year of high school She. Too much detail in parts of the book caused it to drag a little

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review All the Truth Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB One night can alter a life forever Emma Greene enjoys living in rural solitude with her husband and five year old daughter Maggie far away from her college students in Jackson Virginia But late one night with her husband away and her daughter upstairs in bed some of Emma. Thoughtful and provocative insights about American values and culture as well as a good read Incident at Twenty-Mile rural solitude with her husband and five year old daughter Maggie far away from her college students in Jackson Virginia But late one night with her husband away and her daughter upstairs in bed some of Emma. Thoughtful and provocative insights about American values and culture as well as a good Francis Bacon read

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review All the Truth Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Develops problems in class when her math teacher a strange and lonely woman begins to exhibit an odd interest in her In order to let go of the past Maggie begins to piece together all the truth of what happened that night and discovers a story of anger guilt and redemptio. Disclaimer I got this book to review for the Goodreads first read s Giveaway This book was sent to me free of charge by the publisher Penguin to review This fact does not sway my personal opinion of this book I will state my honest opinionconstructive criticism in this review positive andor negativeThe Back cover One night can alter a life foreverEmma Greene enjoys living in rural solitude with her husband and five year old daughter Maggie far away from her college students in Jackson Virginia But late one night with her husband away and her daughter upstairs in bed some of Emma s students trespass on her property The ensuing confrontation changes Emma and Maggie s life foreverNine years later still plagued by nightmares from that evening Maggie is living with her father in the same small town and entering her first year of high school She develops problems in class when her math teacher a strange and lonely woman begins to exhibit an odd interest in herIn order to let go of the past Maggie begins to piece together all the truth of what happened that night and discovers a story of anger guilt and redemptionMy Over all Thoughts I enjoyed this novel The descriptions were vivid but not purple prose The writer also did her research and as someone who had a traumatic life experience in early childhood I appreciate the realistic portrayal for both Maggie and Emma Emma was my favourite character something about her just drew me to her and before the twist was revealed that she was not the one who died that night I was relieved I also liked the ending it both took care of loose threads and left the reader guessing what might happen in the future of these ladies and the town itself I see a similarity between Laura Brodie the author and one of my favourite YA authors Laurie Halse Anderson but I m not uite sure I think I would have to re read to put my finger on it The main thing I disliked I m being nit picky here There was so much name dropping in this book and it will either date this book in a few years or create a snapshot of the era it was written and set in I really didn t pay attention to any grammarspelling but nothing stood out to me and it s not my area of expertiseThings I liked I neither hated nor adored most of her characters but I thought they were all fleshed out enough that I could buy them as real people I adored Emma The thing with Maggie is that I liked her a lot and found her a realistic portrayal of a teenage girl dealing with trauma especially long term trauma but certain scenes hit home of my worst ualities as a teenager so it was a little hard to look in the mirror of her character Her vivid descriptions and what she chose to reveal at the beginning and through several twists all subtly foreshadowed some I predicted and others came as a shock Her research was well done but she did take some creative licence with the women s shelter but it was still believable for me and my experiences in oneThings I Disliked Not a whole lot to be honest and they are nit picks There was so much name dropping in this book and it will either date this book in a few years or create a snapshot of the era it was written and set in Honestly one of my favourite authors Stephen King does name drop in his books but it adds instead of subtracts It should be a device used sparingly to add spice The author did use it uite a bit especially in the first several chapters but it dropped down and was seldom used in later chapters We will see in a few years if it adds to the books instead of aging it Maggie s dad Rob referred to Johnny Depp as a Drag ueen In what universe I don t know if this was a joke to make Rob look clueless or not with it but it made me laugh and I m not sure if that was the writer s intent huge Johnny Depp fanRating 455Would I Recommend it Yes Celle ue vous croyez redemptio. 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