The Things We Left Unsaid (Paperback)
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The Things We Left Unsaid (Paperback)

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Paperback 416 Pages / Published: 06/02/2020
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Waterstones Says

Kennedy's debut adult novel harnesses all of her pitch-perfect comic writing and allies it to a tender, emotionally complex story about estranged families and the half-truths of the past. Sublime and uplifting.

A lifetime of secrets. A summer of new beginnings. 

Only the truth will set her free...

After her wedding in cancelled hours before she is due to walk down the aisle, Rachel is newly single and must move back in with her mother, Eleanor.

But their relationship is far from perfect, and their family home is filled with secrets.

It will take a devastating turn of events for Rachel to finally unravel a powerful truth. One that Eleanor has kept close to her heart for decades.

Will unlocking the past help Rachel find the key to her future?

Publisher: Cornerstone
ISBN: 9781787463288
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 287 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 26 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'A beautiful novel . . . so tender and thoughtful. I loved it.' - Marian Keyes

'A joyous book.' - Ruth Jones

'Gorgeous. . . The Things We Left Unsaid is about how we are always searching for who we are and trying to find out the truth of the past.' - Frost magazine 

'This book is incredibly special... I cared so deeply for all of the characters.' - Gaby Roslin

'Involving and emotional.' - Janet Ellis

'Warm and compelling.' - Woman

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“Beautifully told tale of mother/daughter relationship”

This tale was an absolute joy to read - set in two time frames much of the story was taken up with the difficult relationship between Eleanor and her daughter, Rachel. Both women are mourning the loss of a... More

Hardback edition
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Elite Reviewing Group

“A beautiful story of relationships and their complications.”

A beautiful story of relationships and their complications.

This book is told in the then and now.

The then is the story of Eleanor, who moves to London to study art in the swinging 60s. Eleanor meets Jake on her... More

Hardback edition
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“Poignant”

Rachel has recently lost her father, her husband-to-be and her job, she finds herself living back home with Eleanor, her artist mother who she feels estranged from. Told from the viewpoints of Rachel now and Eleanor... More

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