Somebody I Used to Know

  • Title: Somebody I Used to Know
  • Author: TheresaSmith
  • ISBN: 9781301283965
  • Page: 216
  • Format: ebook
  • Somebody I Used to Know When Nora moves herself and her teenage daughter back to her childhood home she knows she is returning to a place that holds secrets she had hoped would always remain hidden While her tenuous relation
    When Nora moves herself and her teenage daughter back to her childhood home she knows she is returning to a place that holds secrets she had hoped would always remain hidden While her tenuous relationship with her daughter hangs in the balance, her heart is put on the line when she meets up with the man who changed her life eighteen years earlier with a love she chose notWhen Nora moves herself and her teenage daughter back to her childhood home she knows she is returning to a place that holds secrets she had hoped would always remain hidden While her tenuous relationship with her daughter hangs in the balance, her heart is put on the line when she meets up with the man who changed her life eighteen years earlier with a love she chose not to return.

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    About TheresaSmith


    1. Writer, avid reader, keen reviewer, book collector, drinker of all tea blends originating from Earl Grey, and modern history enthusiast I enjoy reading many genres but have a particular interest in historical fiction Historical Fiction Editor with the Australian Women Writers Challenge theresasmithwrites australianwomenwriters


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    1. I quite enjoyed this story despite its shortcomings. It’s a very light read, making no demands on the reader as we are told at every stage exactly what each character is thinking and feeling, what their motivations are: there is little room for the reader’s imagination. Each chapter is done in 1st person POV, which makes for some slightly odd moments of describing their own facial expressions etc but on the whole is handled well. Luckily the chapter headings told me not only when in the 20 y [...]

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    2. A story of choicesThe choices we make can affect so many others besides ourselves. This is the story of one woman's choices and the impact they had on those she loved the most. The one lesson I take from this story I to not allow yourself to be lost or changed by the person you love. To travel beside them and with them, but stay true to who you are.

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    3. From the powerful and hypnotic opening scene of Theresa Smith’s debut novel Somebody I Used to Know, I felt compelled to discover the cause of all the tension bubbling beneath the surface of the characters. What evolved was a truly remarkable story which spanned many years. I was literally hooked, swept along by the tantalizing romance, the drama, and the heartbreaking moments. The story unfolded gradually and wove its way through the distant past, the recent past and the present. This gave me [...]

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