The Things We Cannot Say

The Things We Cannot Say

Written by: Kelly Rimmer

  • Publisher: Hachette UK
  • Publish Date: 2019-02-26
  • ISBN-10: 9780733639197
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A searing page-turner of family secrets and the legacy of war by the Top 10 bestselling Australian author of BEFORE I LET YOU GO 2018 Life changed beyond recognition for Alice when her son Eddie was born with autism spectrum disorder. She must do everything to support him, but at what cost to her family? When her cherished grandmother is hospitalised, a hidden box of mementoes reveals a tattered photo of a young man, a tiny leather shoe and a faded letter. Her grandmother begs Alice to return to Poland to see what became of those she held dearest. WWII Alina and Tomasz are childhood sweethearts. The night before he leaves for college, Tomasz proposes marriage. But when their village falls to the Nazis, Alina doesn't know if Tomasz is alive or dead. 2019 In Poland, separated from her family, Alice begins to uncover the story her grandmother is so desperate to tell, and discovers a love that bloomed in the winter of 1942. As a painful family history comes to light, will the struggles of the past and present finally reach a heartbreaking resolution? Inspired by the author's own family history, The Things We Cannot Say unearths a tragic love story and a family secret whose far-reaching effects will alter lives forever. PRAISE FOR KELLY RIMMER 'A heartbreaking story about families and how far they will go to save the ones they love' Daily Telegraph 'Get ready for fireworks in your book club... One of the best books for discussion that I've read in years' DIANE CHAMBERLAIN 'Bestselling Australian author Kelly Rimmer serves up a heart-pounding dilemma for fans of Jodi Picoult' Marie Claire 'Kelly Rimmer tears at the heartstrings with this tale of a dysfunctional family complicated by drug addiction and the arrival of an innocent baby' Herald Sun

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