*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
This is the companion to Letters To The Lost
Letters to the Lost focused more on the Romance, More Than We Can Tell focuses more on family, friendships, and individual struggles, and there's a really cute romance thrown in there too :)
This book was phenomenal! Getting to go deeper into Rev's life and his struggles is so amazing and so heartbreaking and seeing him navigate these things with the support of his best friend (Declan) and his amazing adopted parents was the best experience. Rev and Dec ...more
This was all that I hoped for and more.
Rev and Emma's story was very different from Declan and Julie's because they both were so much into their own heads and made them difficult to open up to each other.
Nonetheless, I enjoyed their story equally.
Mrs Kemmerer may write YA fiction but she avoids all the tropes the gender usually is full of. This time she engages the topic of internet bullying and foster-care along with the heroes story. I love how she portrays the adults in her stories, flawed b ...more
I started More Than We Can Tell at 8 pm thinking that I would read for 2 hours and go to sleep.
2 hours turned into 6 hours. I slept at 2 am. Woke up at 6 am like a zombie. But who cares? Probably my parents.
Rating: 3.75 stars
Rev Fletcher and Emma Blue have few things in common. But both their worlds are falling apart. After receiving a letter from his father Rev is afraid, and not just from the memories hunting him. While Emma is trying to keep it together with her parents fighting all the t ...more
I was thrilled when my request on NetGalley for this book was accepted and I am even more thrilled now that I've read it, because this was a seriously wonderful read. This is filled with both an extremely deep and impactful plot and a lovely set of characters that are so well developed. Since reading Letters to the Lost I've been waiting for more from Brigid Kemmerer. That book was one of the best books I read last year so the fact that this was almost as good is phenomenal. I do think I still p ...more
This is actually really difficult to rate and review. I’ll have to divide my review into The Good vs. The Bad.
Let’s start with what I liked.
This really was a good book. I’m a fan of Kemmerer’s writing, she’s a great storyteller who manages to grab your attention and won’t let it go throughout the story. I loved her Elemental series and I really liked the preceeding novel to this one, Letters to the Lost. Thing is, I’m mostly reading contemporary YA for the swoony, cutesy rom ...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
my only outstanding personality trait is my love rev fletcher
the first book was literally my everything so IM SO EXCITED FOR THIS ONE FT. MY BABY REV
Buddy read with meme monster
Emma is being stalked by an online predator but won’t tell her feuding parents. While walking her dog, she encounters Rev, a brooding classmate known as Grim Reaper. Hiding beneath a hoodie, Rev isn’t grim, but his is in pain from his biological father’s abuse and tries to hide from his adoptive parents. Rev and Emma slowly open up to each other, but danger lurks near for each.
MORE THAN WE CAN TELL has all the right elements of a great book, complex and sympathetic characters, great wri ...more