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S witty finely tuned and poignant novel is an utterly entrancing chronicle of a uniue coming of age capturing the imagination as it explores what we reveal to others how honest we are with ourselves and the conseuences of trying to bridge fact and fictionPraise for The ABCs of Love“An innovatively told and exuisitely written novel about friendship love and life that sneaks up on you with just how extraordinary it is”–Melissa Senate author of See Jane Date“Charming and darklyfunny”–Marie Claire UK started out really well but didn't go anywhere Will still look out for books by the same author

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Tories Molly jumps at the chance Slowly she builds an eccentric new family Tim her secretive boyfriend who just might be a spy; Miranda the lovelorn hairstylist; Liz the lusty librarian; and Mr Roberts a landlord who listens and his wife who is that very wonderful thing FrenchMuch to Molly’s surprise she finds that the stories she now tells are her key to creating a completely different life Suddenly her future is full of possibilities The trouble is Molly’s not the only one telling tales Sarah Salway’ I was very confused by this bookIt seemed to be getting better and suddenly ended Molly didn't become a better person at all She lied and stole and pretended this was for good reasons Tim was never properly explained I never uite understood if Leanne was real or not and Joe didn't seem to be a needed character at allThis is just my opinion obviously there are good points and it did succeed in making me feel for the characters and their situations Bon Appetit, Yall she builds an eccentric new family Tim her The Beast on the Brink secretive boyfriend who just might be a The 6 Stages of Sissyhood spy; Miranda the lovelorn hairstylist; Liz the lusty librarian; and Mr Roberts a landlord who listens and his wife who is that very wonderful thing FrenchMuch to Molly’s Concubine surprise Flower and The Beast 2 she finds that the I Do, Two stories Lasers she now tells are her key to creating a completely different life Suddenly her future is full of possibilities The trouble is Molly’s not the only one telling tales Sarah Salway’ I was very confused by this bookIt She Weeps Each Time Youre Born seemed to be getting better and Tethered to the World (A Phantom Touched suddenly ended Molly didn't become a better person at all She lied and Warheart (Sword of Truth, stole and pretended this was for good reasons Tim was never properly explained I never uite understood if Leanne was real or not and Joe didn't Bad Luck, Trouble, Death, and Vampire Sex seem to be a needed character at allThis is just my opinion obviously there are good points and it did the gibson succeed in making me feel for the characters and their The Forked Tongue Revisited situations

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“I galloped through this book–couldn’t stop once I’d started The writing’s so spare and yet the message so complex It’s spiky sparky pithy and deep”–Kate Long author of The Bad Mother’s HandbookShe didn’t mean to tell the story or have it end that way She just got a little carried away It has been several years since she confided in her teacher and Molly Drayton is still feeling the aftershocks But when a chance meeting with a stranger leads to an offer of a room in exchange for telling s I'm sure it's not the first time Sarah Salway has left me a bit puzzled and I don't think it will be the last which leads me to believe it's something she does very wellI never get uite what I'm expecting from her books they can appear so lightweight and chick litty but something deeper and darker lurks within And so it was hereBut I struggled to make the connections that I felt surely must be there under the surface I felt like each character was a Russian doll with multiple layers each I unpacked and examined and put back together each was happy rattling with their secret selves but I couldn't trace the lines that connected them together so often they seemed to be talking to themselves or glancing off of each otherIn total I enjoyed the book thought it was well written but worry that I've missed something As such I've passed it on to a fellow reader who's view I trust and hope that with discussing we can thrash our way to a better understanding Surely in itself this is not a fail but actually the sign of a good book if you don't want to just let it go


10 thoughts on “Tell Me Everything

  1. says:

    I'm sure it's not the first time Sarah Salway has left me a bit puzzled and I don't think it will be the last which leads me to believe it's something she does very wellI never get uite what I'm expecting from her books they can appear so lightweight and chick litty but something deeper and darker lurks within And so it was hereBut I struggled to make the connections that I felt surely must be there under the surface I felt like each character was a Russian doll with multiple layers each I unpacked and examined and put back together each was happy rattling with their secret selves but I couldn't trace the lines that connected them together so often they seemed to be talking to themselves or glancing off of each otherIn total I enjoyed the book thought it was well written but worry that I've missed something As such I've passed it on to a fellow reader who's view I trust and hope that with discussing we can thrash our way to a better understanding Surely in itself this is not a fail but actually the sign of a good book if you don't want to just let it go


  2. says:

    I have no idea what I just read I don't know if I read about a woman who was schizophrenic and had a bunch of imaginary friends based off of some weird unexplained past with her father I'm not sure if I read about a woman who slowly becomes anorexic who befriends and gets into a relationship with a schizophrenic homeless man who believes he is a spy and she doesn't know it Or it could have been about a woman coming into her own despite her past who meets eccentric people along the way I may have read about all of this Like I said I'm just not sure But I do know I would be very curious to meet these characters in real life


  3. says:

    I feel bad giving this book 2 stars because I think Salway is a really good writer but this book made me feel dirty The main character Molly is so damaged that she survives by lying constantly She calls them stories I call them lies I felt for her but it was too dark and twisted for me It was supposed to be a coming of age tale but her problems and solutions were so unbelievable to me that I just had to suspend my disbelief to continue readingOn the other hand I think its creepiness will linger for along while Is that a success?


  4. says:

    This book was terrible It is about a girl who gets kicked out of her parent's house An old man finds her homeless and tells her she can live in the apartment above his shop but in return she has to tell him naughty stories about things she's supposedly done This was hardly anything like what was advertised on the jacket The plotline was confusing and jumped around between different time periods without any clue what was going on It sounded like the author just made things up as she went along I wish I hadn't wasted my time on it


  5. says:

    I was very confused by this bookIt seemed to be getting better and suddenly ended Molly didn't become a better person at all She lied and stole and pretended this was for good reasons Tim was never properly explained I never uite understood if Leanne was real or not and Joe didn't seem to be a needed character at allThis is just my opinion obviously there are good points and it did succeed in making me feel for the characters and their situations


  6. says:

    This book was engaging and emotional The bit about the absurd boyfriend was a ticking time bomb throwing off sparks of sadness until it pretty much fizzled out All in all good book cop out ending Seriously she should have at least identified who appeared at the bench


  7. says:

    meh


  8. says:

    started out really well but didn't go anywhere Will still look out for books by the same author


  9. says:

    Eh


  10. says:

    A beautifully written heartfelt book filled with real flawed characters each experiencing their own emotional journey Beautiful


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