*While this book exists in the same universe as Letters to the Lost, it is a standalone title.*Rev Fletcher is battling the demons of his past. But with loving adoptive parents by his side, hes managed to keep them at bay...until he gets a letter from his abusive father and the trauma of his childhood comes hurtling back.Emma Blue spends her time perfecting the computer game she built from scratch, rather than facing her parents crumbling marriage. She can solve any problem with the right code, but when an online trolls harassment escalates, shes truly afraid.When Rev and Emma meet, they both long to lift the burden of their secrets and bond instantly over their shared turmoil. But when their situations turn dangerous, their trust in each other will be tested in ways they never expected. This must-read story will once again have readers falling for Brigid Kemmerers emotional storytelling....
|Title||:||More Than We Can Tell (Letters to the Lost #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||416 pages|
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More Than We Can Tell (Letters to the Lost #2) Reviews
‘letters to the lost’ was one of my favourite books of 2017, so you can imagine how hyped i was for this. and i had no doubt it would meet my expectations and more. kemmerer has such a unique way of bringing characters to life. although they do tend to have tragic and emotional backgrounds, it just makes reading about their growth all the more relatable and realistic. i really enjoyed this and im keeping my fingers crossed that there will be a book #3!
#1 Letters to the Lost ★★★★★
#2 More Than We Can Tell ★★★☆☆
After the absolute delight that was Letters to the Lost – and, even more, considering how much I adored Rev’s character in that book – I thought there was no way this book could be anything less than a home run for me. Unfortunately, I think I may have overestimated this one. I tried to write a standard review of this book, but honestly, there’s just not that much to say about it, so instead, I’ll give you a list of what I liked, and what ...more
“We have to ask questions to hear the silent people.”
Rev, Rev, Rev! Rev Fletcher caught my eye in Letters to the Lost as Declan’s best friend and pillar of strength and patience. The reticent and magnetic cutie hidden underneath an ever present hoodie gets to tell his story now. I knew Rev would rip my heart to shreds, but I had to know. I had to know if he was going to be alright. Rev’s huge heart, patience, scars, and pain are on full display here so hold on to your heart. This boy gets his ho ...more
More Than We Can Tell was an emotional book that was the perfect mixture of heart-wrenching and oh so sweet. So I definitely wasn't surprised that I had tears in my eyes, when I was only a few chapters into this story. It was a testament to how easily these characters captured my heart. And while this can be read as a standalone, I recommend picking up Letters to the Lost too. That story first introduced us to Rev, and it was one of my favorite books from last year.
I think of...more
update: I got an earc and started screaming hysterically and my sister was so shocked by my sudden hysterics, she wants to read LTTL to see what I was mumbling all about!!!!!! (this is a sister who hasn’t picked up a book in years, despite the fact that every year I buy her a book for her birthday in an attempt to get her to read lol)
THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE. Letters to the Lost HAS JUST WRECKED MY HEART AND SOUL, AND I HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL 2018 TO READ ABOUT THEM AGAIN?!
I seriously am in love with ...more
Okay but I liked it more than Letters To The Lost...?
I was actually dreading reading this because I loved LTTL so much and was scared that the second part might not be just as good but damnnnnn.
I jussstt finished this book and it's (unexpectedly) hard to process what just happened. There were some parts that had me all happy and giddy but at the same time all emotional and shit. I mean I know I loved Juliet and Declan but Rev and Emma? Wow, just wow.
I loved the glimpses of Rev that we got in Letters to the Lost, so I was beyond excited to see he was getting his own story.
Rev is strong and good and struggles to believe that. Emma is smart and maybe lacking on personal interaction. Together they are broken, but find something they needed in each other. I loved seeing Geoff and Kristin and Declan and Juliet. Matthew was an interesting addition and I would have loved just a little bit more with him.
Plot wise, it is just as heart wrenching as ...more
OMG YAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!!! I need this book sooooooo badly! OMG! Letters to the Lost was amazing and the fact that Rev is getting his own book has me over here in the corner fangirling. BRIGID, YOU ARE AMAZING! Thank you Bloomsbury. You're da best <3