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All Those Things We Never Said

All Those Things We Never Said

Geschrieben von Marc Levy

Erzählt von Amy McFadden


All Those Things We Never Said

Geschrieben von Marc Levy

Erzählt von Amy McFadden

Bewertungen:
4/5 (20 Bewertungen)
Länge:
9 Stunden
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Nov 14, 2017
ISBN:
9781543600483
Format:
Hörbuch

Beschreibung

From international bestselling author Marc Levy, the most widely read writer in France today, comes an unusual and charming love story that reunites a father and daughter, and past and present, in the most unexpected ways.

Days before her wedding, Julia Walsh is blindsided twice: once by the sudden death of her estranged father…and again when he appears on her doorstep after his funeral, ready to make amends, right his past mistakes, and prevent her from making new ones.

Surprised, to say the least, Julia reluctantly agrees to turn what should have been her honeymoon into a spontaneous road trip with her father to make up for lost time. But when an astonishing secret is revealed about a past relationship, their trip becomes a whirlwind journey of rediscovery that takes them from Montreal to Paris to Berlin and back home again, where Julia learns that even the smallest gestures she might have taken for granted have the power to change her life forever.

Revised edition: Previously published as Toutes ces choses qu'on ne s'est pas dites, this edition of All Those Things We Never Said includes editorial revisions.

Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Nov 14, 2017
ISBN:
9781543600483
Format:
Hörbuch

Über den Autor

Marc Levy runs an architectural firm and divides his time between America and France.


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  • (2/5)
    This book was pure drivel from beginning to end. If it wasn't such a quick, easy read, I would have pitched it. It is the story of a young woman who did not have a great relationship with her father when she was young. On her wedding day she hears that he has dies and postpones her wedding. When she returns to her apartment there is a crate in her living space and upon opening finds out there is a protoype of her father who worked for a scientific company, that has been programmed with his mind and nuances but only has power enough to last for 5 days. I should have stopped reading right there, because it gets even more fantastical.
  • (1/5)
    Not worth time and money spent to buy it. The story is a mix of things you have already read somewhere else. I normally enjoy a "light" read sometimes, but this was just not even entertaining.
  • (5/5)
    A few days before Julia's wedding she receives bad news, her father died and his funeral will be on the day she's supposed to get married. Julia can only postpone her big moment and after her father's funeral she goes back to work. When she comes home in the evening there's a crate waiting for her. Inside is her father, who's found a way to come back after his death trying to make amends. Julia and her father didn't have a close connection, but they have a week to change this.

    Julia's father wants to go on a trip and Julia reluctantly agrees to accompany him. She was supposed to go on her honeymoon and they start their journey by using the tickets to Montreal that were meant for her and her husband-to-be instead of her father. When they are in Canada Julia discovers something about the past, a secret that has been kept from her for years. This shocking news changes the course of their journey completely. They travel from Canada to Europe, where they will start their search. Will these last days with her father make a huge difference in Julia's life?

    All Those Things We Never Said is an interesting story about complex family relationships. Julia doesn't like her father. She finds his interference annoying and doesn't even fully know how far her father was actually willing to go. My heart ached for everything she lost, but it's not too late for her father to make up for his mistakes. I loved that Marc Levy has chosen that subject for his story. A lot of parents think they know what's best for their children, but they aren't always right and in this case the father tries to reconnect with his daughter before it's too late and they will never see each other again. The result is a fascinating story.

    Marc Levy writes about secrets, lies and reconciliation in a great compelling way. I love his easy flowing writing style. In his stories anything is possible, which is something I like a lot. His main characters are multilayered and he writes with a warm sense of humor. Some of the topics he addresses are serious, but due to his lighthearted approach his stories don't become too heavy. I enjoyed the exact right balance between crazy twists and turns, deep feelings and clever dialogue. All Those Things We Never Said is a fantastic multi-faceted story with a fabulous fitting ending.
  • (2/5)
    This book was pure drivel from beginning to end. If it wasn't such a quick, easy read, I would have pitched it. It is the story of a young woman who did not have a great relationship with her father when she was young. On her wedding day she hears that he has dies and postpones her wedding. When she returns to her apartment there is a crate in her living space and upon opening finds out there is a protoype of her father who worked for a scientific company, that has been programmed with his mind and nuances but only has power enough to last for 5 days. I should have stopped reading right there, because it gets even more fantastical.