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The Crying Tree (Paperback)
  • The Crying Tree (Paperback)

The Crying Tree (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 06/08/2010
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"If "The Crying Tree" doesn't make you cry, you have better control over your blubbing than I do. This is an astonishing debut novel." (Richard Madeley, "Woman's Own"). Irene Stanley thought her world had come to an end when her teenage son, Shep, is murdered. Daniel Robbin, who had spent his teenage years in and out of trouble, gave himself up to the police and was given the state's harshest sentence: death by lethal injection. Now, nineteen years later, as the state penitentiary prepares to execute Robbin, Irene Stanley must reveal what she has been hiding from her family. That in order to survive the anger and grief she had at loosing her so, she not only had forgiven the man who killed him, but had come to be his friend. Her revelation stuns her family and cracks open the secrets that had been surrounding her son's death. Secrets that reveal how little she understood Shep, her husband, or herself. Dramatic, emotional, and ultimately uplifting, "The Crying Tree" is an unforgettable story of love and redemption, the unbreakable bonds of family, and the transformative power of forgiveness. "If you enjoy reading Jodi Picolut, you'll love Naseem Rakha. These are big themes for a new writer but Rakha knows what she's doing ..."The Crying Tree" is, quite simply, a terrific story." (Judy Finnigan, "Woman's Own").

Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9780330504805

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Sadly after turning several pages the book for me wasn't going anywhere. Whilst it went into detailed description it could not hold my interest.
Unfinished.

4th June 2011
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“Couldn't put it down”

I really liked this book. i can see what the other reviewers are saying about the short chapters but i liked that about the book, its sometimes hard to juggle reading and being interupted every 2 minutes from the... More

31st May 2011
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“easy read”

I was given this book by a friend, and hadn't even herd of the book or the author before.
I admit I liked the short chapters, as it made it easier to read at work while on breaks, or while at home inbetween... More

25th March 2011
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