Things Unsaid by Diana Y. Paul

, Things Unsaid by Diana Y. PaulThings Unsaid is my favorite type of book -the introspection of a family from multiple points of view. Jules and her siblings come together to assist their parents and thus the tension mounts. I really enjoyed the varying perspectives from which the story was told, issues being turned and turned, so the facets of one family’s flaws are observed from different angles. Things Unsaid delves into the type of tension many people can relate to. It is a beautiful, timeless book.

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