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Never Said

Never Said

By Carol Lynch Williams
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 3.67 Stars

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On 6/8 Amanda McCormick wrote: The description of the novel alone tells you that it's something worth reading. Having a voice for the personal issues involved in this particular novel is something that I think should happen more often. The issues within affect not just women, but men as well, and I think that it's wonderful that there ... Interesting Novel

Amanda McCormick's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/15 Faith McLaughlin wrote: “The story of twins, Sarah and Annie, whose relationship has suffered as each struggles with her own issues. Sarah, whose chapters are all in prose, has severe social anxiety and recently experienced an unexpected breakup. Annie, whose chapters are all in poetry, is a former beauty queen who has started ... Never Said by Carol Lynch Williams

Faith's Rating:

5 Stars

On 1/23 Hannah Adkins wrote: I was very intrigued by this book right away. It’s written in a very unique way, splitting the book between the tones, point of view, and voices of each of the twin sisters. While one sister’s is laid out like a normal book, the other sisters is written more in verse(poetry) form. It was really interesting ... Neversaid by Carol Lynch Williams

Hannah's Rating:

3 Stars

On 12/2 BookCupid wrote: Annie never said what troubled her so much. Instead, she just started eating junk, turning her beauty pageant body into the unrecognizable twin. Her parents are devastated and can't stop telling her how "ugly" she looks. But her twin sister, Sarah, suspects more. Why does Annie seem so preoccupied ... Review: Never Said

BookCupid's Rating:

2 Stars

On 11/12 Bits Of This And That wrote: I have never read a book from this author before. This is a first for me. Carol Lynch Williams gives us an inside look into troubled family secrets with this book and issues that 2 girls (twins) must deal with. Never Said is a well-written young adult novel that deals with some serious issues. Written ... Never Said Book Review - Author, Carol Lynch Williams

Bits Of This And That's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/12 Jules29 wrote: This is a unique and intimate tale of two very different sisters. Meet twins Annie and Sarah – Annie is the pretty one, the social one and Sarah is the crippling shy one that everyone overlooks. However, when Annie suddenly chops off her hair , drops out of beauty pageants and gains weight, things ... Interesting read

Jules29's Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/11 Carrie K's Book Reviews wrote: Goodreads SummaryFor as long as she can remember, Sarah’s family life has revolved around her twin sister, Annie—the pretty one, the social one, the girl who can do anything. The person everyone seems to wish Sarah—with her crippling shyness—could simply become.When Annie suddenly chops off her ... Never Said by Carol Lynch Williams

Carrie K's Book Reviews' Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/11 Naomi Downing wrote: From bestselling author Carol Lynch Williams (The Chosen One), a contemporary YA novel about a family that has been caught up in what doesn’t matter and how two sisters realize that their relationship—no matter how different the two of them are—is most important. In this contemporary YA novel ... Book Review of Never Said by Carol Lynch Williams

Naomi's Rating:

2 Stars

On 11/7 BookWormsBuddy wrote: I received this book in exchange for an honest review through Book Look Bloggers. This is a first time read for me with this author as well. In this book we have twins Annie and Sarah. Annie is the popular girl and Sarah is the shy anxious loner. Annie is changing though, she has gained weight, chops ... Never Said - Carol Lynch Williams - 3 stars

BookWormsBuddy's Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/6 bassgiraffe wrote: The story is centered around fifteen-year-old fraternal twins Annie and Sarah. They are nothing a like, or so they think. Annie was the beauty queen and was doted on my her parents. Sarah was pressured to try and be more like her sister. Sarah has an anxiety disorder. Sarah all the sudden changes and ... deep intense issues addressed in this book

bassgiraffe's Rating:

5 Stars