Pure escapist reading Graye’s series is proving a compelling saga and one you will struggle to put down.
"A Powerful and fascinating foray into the future of science and its unforeseen consequences"
Carla Michaels’s life isn't what she thought it was. She met her loving husband in college. She had a career as a teacher. All she ever wanted to complete her life was a baby. After five miscarriages, Carla had almost given up hope of ever becoming a mother. Then a devastating tragedy strikes and everything she had ever loved is gone—now she’s left torn and shattered, wondering if she can go on with life. nexpectedly, she receives an envelope full of books. Journals that were kept hidden from her. A mystery starts to play out as secrets are revealed. Will she get a second chance at life? Will the hidden secrets destroy her? Or will she find the strength to survive once she knows the truth?
“Hidden Secrets” will pull at your heartstrings until the very last page. Some secrets are not meant to be hidden
A highly original and a thoroughly engaging read, Hidden Secrets 'Secret's and Second Chances' Book 2 retains its momentum throughout as Zadunajsky weaves a tale of intrigue and suspense. Not simply in the makings of her plot, but in the quality and depth of her characters. A rich and eclectic ensemble that is wonderfully observed, whilst the dialogue that gives voice to each creates a genuine air of authenticity which rarely falters. Fans of Zadunajsky will know her prose is always on point. Every word of dialogue is measured, insightful and polarising, taking us to the crux of Carla Michaels’s life and the secrets she has unwittingly unearthed. Bending her offbeat plot into a number of clever and well-conceived twists readers actually have to pay attention and will find themselves with multiple payoffs at the end. Something very few suspense novels seem to demand nowadays and a measure of how well Zadunajsky succeeds in putting us in her protagonist’s shoes.
Another strong release in the 'Secret's and Second Chances' series.
It is highly recommended.
Growing up as a lonely kid in the Frozen North had one thing going for it, libraries! I was a frequent visitor in every library in every place we moved to. I spent a lot of summers at my grandparents. They had an old house, with an attic and I built my own little hiding place under the eves. I found lots of old books and magazines, and spent hours reading them while listening to the rain. Many of the books in the attic were missing covers or pages, didn’t matter, I read them all, and created my own worlds.
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