89 of 98 people found the following review helpful
One of those books you can't put down!,
By A Customer
This review is from: Breaking the Silence (Love Inspired) (Mass Market Paperback)
Breaking the Silence was such a good book, I spent my Saturday night reading until 1:30 a.m., got up again at 7 a.m. and started reading. I absolutly loved it!
When Laura's father is on his deathbed he asks her to take care of an elderly woman, whom Laura has never met or heard of. Knowing this is her father's last wish, Laura agrees. When she goes home to tell her husband what she agreed to, he is furious. Demands that she doesn't go. Because this is his last wish, Laura goes to visit Sarah Trolley. Upon her return home, she finds her husband has comitted suicide and her daughter witnessed it.
After the suicde Emma becomes mute. After bringing her to several physchologists, realizing that Emma is afraid of men, one talks Laura into contacting the man who is Emma's birth father.
Dylan never knew he had a daughter and when he first learns of her, he denies it. After Laura leaves a picture with him, he finally admits she is his daughter and wants to become part of her life.
Meanwhile, Laura is still meeting with Sarah Trolley and is discovering some incredible stories that Sarah is telling her. Stories of government cover ups and mind control. Determined to figure out the entire story, (and her father's relationship with Sarah) Laura becomes more and more involved.
This story has many, many twists and turns. The love story between Dylan and Laura is more in the background, but very well written.
I believe that any book that can keep me up all hours is worthy of a high recommendation!
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Initial post: 3 Feb 2011 22:27:03 GMT
C. Galbraith says:
Would have been nice not to have known the entire plot of the book! don't need to read it now!
Posted on 25 Dec 2011 07:23:29 GMT
Michelle Kimani says:
You are supposed to review not tell everyone what happens. Thanks for the spoiler!
Posted on 27 Dec 2011 23:58:22 GMT
S Davies says:
If you're going to include spoilers, say so at the top of the review so that people who might want to actually read the book, not just the reviews can stop before it's too late. Can I recommend that you withdraw or amend this review.
Posted on 1 Jan 2012 11:51:40 GMT
Luckily I only read half of this review but I still feel as though I know too much! Bad show.
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