Unsaid

  • Filename: unsaid.
  • ISBN: 1609419057
  • Release Date: 2011-08-04
  • Number of pages: 368
  • Author: Neil Abramson
  • Publisher: Center Street



In this USA Today bestselling debut novel, Neil Abramson explores the beauty and redemptive power of human-animal relationships and the true meaning of communication in all of its diverse forms. As a veterinarian, Helena was required to choose when to end the lives of the terminally ill animals in her care. Now that she has died, she is afraid to face them and finally admit to herself that her thirty-seven years of life were meaningless, error-ridden, and forgettable. So Helena lingers, a silent observer haunted by the life she left behind-her shattered attorney husband, David; her houseful of damaged but beloved animals; and her final project, Cindy, a chimpanzee trained to use sign language who may be able to unlock the mysteries of animal communication and consciousness. When Cindy is scheduled for a research experiment that will undoubtedly take her life, David must call upon everything he has learned from Helena to save her. In the explosive courtroom drama that follows, all the threads of Helena's life entwine and tear as Helena and David confront their mistakes, grief, and loss and discover what it really means to be human. Abramson's next novel, JUST LIFE, published in May 2016.

Everything I Left Unsaid

  • Filename: everything-i-left-unsaid.
  • ISBN: 9781101884485
  • Release Date: 2015-09
  • Number of pages: 352
  • Author: M. O'Keefe
  • Publisher: Bantam



"When Annie McKay hears a mysterious phone ringing in the trailer she just moved into, the last thing she expected was to be tempted--awakened--by the low, deep voice on the other end. The stranger was was looking for someone else. Instead he found her. And she's unable to resist. Fleeing a dangerous marriage--alone, on the run, and with her husband looking for her--Annie is reluctant to trust anyone. But the stranger on the other end of the line somehow makes her feel safe and alive in a hot, secret world of their own creation. And Annie can tell he wants to help her. Maybe it's the thrill, maybe it's the promise, maybe it's him. She doesn't know anything about the man--except that he's seducing her and she's falling under his spell. But one thing is certain: if Annie lets him get any closer, she won't be able to hide anymore. And that's the most dangerous thing of all"--

Things Left Unsaid A Novel In Poems

  • Filename: things-left-unsaid-a-novel-in-poems.
  • ISBN: 0786837454
  • Release Date: 2007-04-02
  • Number of pages: 272
  • Author: Stephanie Hemphill
  • Publisher: Hyperion



Sarah used to be the good girl. The one who always raised her hand in class, always obeyed her parents. Until she met Robin. Once Robin comes into the picture, Sarah’s life changes. Her closet begins to fill with black clothes. Good grades become something to be studiously avoided. And maintaining her other friendships doesn’t seem so important anymore. Sarah thinks she knows Robin. But Robin pushes the limits way too far, and forces Sarah to question everything in her life­­––everything Sarah thinks she wants. /DIV DIVIn stunning verse, this novel gradually reveals the complexities of friendship––the power it has to define, destroy, and, eventually, heal again.

Better Left Unsaid

  • Filename: better-left-unsaid.
  • ISBN: 9780804784870
  • Release Date: 2013-01-09
  • Number of pages: 200
  • Author: Nora Gilbert
  • Publisher: Stanford University Press



Better Left Unsaid is in the unseemly position of defending censorship from the central allegations that are traditionally leveled against it. Taking two genres generally presumed to have been stymied by the censor's knife—the Victorian novel and classical Hollywood film—this book reveals the varied ways in which censorship, for all its blustery self-righteousness, can actually be good for sex, politics, feminism, and art. As much as Victorianism is equated with such cultural impulses as repression and prudery, few scholars have explored the Victorian novel as a "censored" commodity—thanks, in large part, to the indirectness and intangibility of England's literary censorship process. This indirection stands in sharp contrast to the explicit, detailed formality of Hollywood's infamous Production Code of 1930. In comparing these two versions of censorship, Nora Gilbert explores the paradoxical effects of prohibitive practices. Rather than being ruined by censorship, Victorian novels and Hays Code films were stirred and stimulated by the very forces meant to restrain them.

Few Things Left Unsaid

  • Filename: few-things-left-unsaid.
  • ISBN: 9788184004281
  • Release Date: 2013-06-11
  • Number of pages: 298
  • Author: Sudeep Nagarkar
  • Publisher: Random House India



Aditya is a confused soul. He is unclear about his ambitions or goals in life. He hates engineering from the core of his heart, but destiny has other plans for him as he ends up in an engineering college despite his wishes. Aditya’s search for true love comes to a halt when he runs into Riya, a fellow college student. Just when things are going great between the two, an unexpected tragedy strikes. Will their love be able to fight against the odds? An uplifting story about finding and losing love, Few Things Left Unsaid is sure to tug at your heartstrings.

Things Unsaid

  • Filename: things-unsaid.
  • ISBN: 1631528122
  • Release Date: 2015-10-13
  • Number of pages: 300
  • Author: Diana Y. Paul
  • Publisher:



A family saga of three generations fighting over money and obligation, Things Unsaid is a tale of survival, resilience, and recovery.

The Things Left Unsaid

  • Filename: the-things-left-unsaid.
  • ISBN: 1530252202
  • Release Date: 2016-03-17
  • Number of pages: 278
  • Author: Annell St. Charles
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform



Georgia Ayres is a fledgling reporter fresh out of high school when she joins the staff of one of Nashville's two competing newspapers. While she expects her job to be rife with challenges, given her age and gender, she never dreamed it would also be full of uncertainty and intrigue that revolves around a mysterious man, an elderly woman, and a turn of events that could shake the local newspaper scene to its core. As she attempts to weave her way through a maze of apparent conspiracy that stretches into the local political scene and may result in the closure of one of the two Nashville papers, she also finds herself on a journey of the heart that forces her to look deep into herself. This is a story about how fear can keep us from expressing our deepest feelings to those we care about, and how friendship, regardless of how unexpected it may appear, can help us find our voice.

Things We Left Unsaid

  • Filename: things-we-left-unsaid.
  • ISBN: 9781851689675
  • Release Date: 2013-05-02
  • Number of pages: 352
  • Author: Zoya Pirzad
  • Publisher: Oneworld Publications



Deep in an Iranian suburb, made rich by the booming oil industry, Clarice Ayvazian lives a comfortable life surrounded by the gentle bickering of her children and her gossiping friends and relatives. Happy being at the heart of her family, she devotes herself to their every need. But when an enigmatic Armenian family move in across the street, something begins to gnaw at Clarice's contentment: a feeling that there may be more to life – and to her – than this. Dizzy with the sweltering heat and simmering emotions, Clarice begins to feel herself come alive to possibilities previously unimaginable. Set in Iran prior to the Islamic revolution, Zoya Pirzad's award-winning novel crafts an intimate portrait of family life – its joys and its compromises – and how we find a happiness that endures. For fans of Anne Tyler, Things We Left Unsaid is a humourous and pointed insight into the hopes and aspirations of Iranians in the years that led to the Islamic Revolution.

Every Thing Left Unsaid

  • Filename: every-thing-left-unsaid.
  • ISBN: 9781743296769
  • Release Date: 2012-08-01
  • Number of pages: 312
  • Author: Jessica Davidson
  • Publisher: Pan Australia



"I wait for him, the cold seeping through my clothes, until it finally dawns on me that he's not coming back. And I wonder why he chose her instead of me? Why he went looking for her when I was right there." Tai and Juliet have been best friends forever - since they met at kindy and decided to get married in first grade. They understand each other in the way that only best friends can. They love music, beach walks, energy drinks and, they are slowly discovering, each other. As they begin to dream of adventures beyond the HSC - a future free of homework, curfews and parents, a life together - their plans are suddenly and dramatically derailed. For Tai is sick. And not everything you wish for can come true. A poignant story of first love, hope, grief, family, and the twistedness of life. Shortlisted for Prime Minster's Literary Award Young Adult Fiction 2013

Just Life

  • Filename: just-life.
  • ISBN: 1455591068
  • Release Date: 2017-04-04
  • Number of pages: 384
  • Author: Neil Abramson
  • Publisher: Center Street



From Neil Abramson, USA Today bestselling author of Unsaid, comes a riveting novel that explores the complex connection between humans and animals. Veterinarian Samantha Lewis and her team are dedicated to providing a sanctuary for unwanted, abused, and abandoned dogs in New York City. But every day it gets harder to operate her no-kill shelter. Sam is already at her breaking point when she learns of an unidentified, dangerous virus spreading through their neighborhood. The medical community can only determine that animals are the carriers. Amid growing panic and a demand for immediate answers, suspicion abruptly falls on dogs as the source. Soon the governor is calling in the National Guard to enforce a quarantine--no dog may leave the area. Samantha knows from her own painful history that, despite the lack of real evidence against the dogs, a quarantine may only be the beginning. As questions about the source of the virus mount and clash with the pressure for a politically expedient resolution, Sam is forced to make life-altering choices. She finds allies in a motley crew of New Yorkers--a local priest, a troubled teen, a smart-mouthed former psychologist, and a cop desperate to do the right thing--all looking for sanctuary from their own personal demons. But the person Sam needs the most to unravel the mystery of the virus and save the dogs is the last one she'd ever want to call on--because contacting him will mean confronting the traumatic past she has fought so hard to escape.

All We Have Left Unsaid

  • Filename: all-we-have-left-unsaid.
  • ISBN: 0795702299
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Number of pages: 270
  • Author: Maxine Case
  • Publisher: Kwela Books



A beautifully crafted exploration of love and bereavement, this novel sorts through the ties that bind mothers and daughters—and the silences that keep them apart. Keeping vigil at her mother's hospital bed, Danika is overwhelmed with the desire to find out more about certain events during her childhood in the 1980s, a politically tumultuous time in South Africa's history. Though Danika considers herself to be a person who can cope with anything, she finds herself wondering uneasily, Why was the state of emergency declared back then? Why did my father leave? What happened on that night that no one ever talks about? Only now, with her mother fading away and beyond hearing, are she and her sisters able to break the silence of those difficult years and speak the words that were always left unsaid.

Everything Left Unsaid

  • Filename: everything-left-unsaid.
  • ISBN: 9781466828391
  • Release Date: 2012-08-01
  • Number of pages: 312
  • Author: Jessica Davidson
  • Publisher: Macmillan



Tai and Juliet have been friends since they were little. With a shared love of music, an addiction to energy drinks and the belief they can fly off buildings Mary Poppins-style, they understand each other in a way that only best friends can. But as they reach 17, they begin to realise that they might be more than just friends... As they excitedly plan what they'll do once they've finished high school, they believe they have their whole lives ahead of them. But then Tai learns the devastating news that he has a brain tumour - and has only a year left to live. Told from the alternating points of view of Tai and Juliet, this is both a touching story of first love and an unflinching, emotional tale of living life to the full in the face of death.

That s The Way We Met

  • Filename: that-s-the-way-we-met.
  • ISBN: 9788184002959
  • Release Date: 2012-06-18
  • Number of pages: 245
  • Author: Sudeep Nagarkar
  • Publisher: Random House India



Can you ever forget your true love? Aditya and Riya could never imagine life without each other. Since their accidental meeting two years ago, they have been inseparable until an unexpected tragedy promises to change the course of their lives forever. Will their love stand the test of time? From the intoxicating rush of Mumbai and Delhi to the scenic beauty of Manali, Sudeep Nagarkar will take you on an unforgettable journey through life and love.

The Truth about Him

  • Filename: the-truth-about-him.
  • ISBN: 9781101884508
  • Release Date: 2015-11
  • Number of pages: 336
  • Author: M. O'Keefe
  • Publisher: Bantam Dell Publishing Group



"The breathtaking sequel in M. O'Keefe's two-book gritty erotic romance saga, perfect for readers of Christina Lauren and Jodi Ellen Malpas. It all began when Annie McKay picked up a phone call from a mysterious stranger, but it ends with so much more on the line."

McFly Unsaid Things Our Story

  • Filename: mcfly-unsaid-things-our-story.
  • ISBN: 9781448152483
  • Release Date: 2012-10-11
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Author: Tom Fletcher
  • Publisher: Random House



The intimate - and surprising - autobiography of Britain's most adored band Prepare to meet the real McFly ... In 2003, Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Harry Judd and Dougie Poynter came together and formed what would become one of the most popular and successful bands in the UK. Just teenagers at the time, they were catapulted into the limelight and had to adapt quickly to their new-found fame – and everything that came with it. Now, at last, they have decided to tell their story, in full and revealing detail. Speaking with candour and their trademark humour, Tom, Danny, Harry and Dougie share both the stories of their own lives and that of McFly. They give their personal insights into their contrasting childhoods, the individual paths that led them to the band, the struggles they have each overcome, their love lives and, of course, their music. Packed with previously untold stories, a lot of laughter and the occasional tear, Unsaid Things offers a privileged look into the lives of four guys who started out as bandmates and became best friends. Their unique camaraderie radiates from every page and by the end of the book, you’ll know them almost as well as they know each other ... Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Harry Judd and Dougie Poynter have been together as McFly since 2003. They hold the record for being the youngest band to have a debut No 1 album in the UK. Their hits include: 'Five Colours in Her Hair', 'All About You', 'Please, Please' and 'Shine a Light'. They are one of the biggest bands in the UK.

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