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  • My Mother's Silence

    An emotional read and beautifully written. Totally invested in it from the first chapter. Tugs at the heartstrings.

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  • An excellent book.

    My Rating: 4.5 Stars Skye's level of guilt after her twin sister Ginny died was so overwhelming that she left home and didn't return for years. She has returned home and is now facing her mother, and cannot believe how much her mother has changed. What is more is the fact that her mother then - and now - blamed Skye for Ginny's death. With an unpacked bag, Skye tries to work through the past and tries to find answers. Their teenage bedroom is pretty much a shrine to Ginny, but Skye wants the past buried once and for all. Finding old journals is key to her efforts. Meanwhile, her brother and family visit, and Skye's mother rather hopes this is enough to bring the family together again. But, not for Skye. She wants answers, and digs deep. What an excellent book by Lauren Westwood! I was drawn into the the drama of the past, the secrets, lies and family connections. I couldn't put this book down. Equally emotional and cathartic. It truly was a riveting read. Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC for review. This is my honest opinion.

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  • Secrets, family , twists and turns

    My Mother's Silence will reel you in and before you know it you are quickly turning the pages to see if Skye's twin Ginny's death years ago was accidental or not. Skye has returned home to her small village after being gone since her sister's death. Years later, there is innuendo, secrets, half truths. Who can you believe. Skye doesn't know she has blocked out the tragedy but her Mother seems to be hiding something. My Mother's Silence is a good read, the characters are strong and you just have to know what happened ! Thanks to NetGalley and Bookouture for the opportunity to read Her Mother's Silence.

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  • A good holiday read

    An intricate tale of grief and the search for answers.

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  • Good read

    Good read kept me interested the whole way through. Bit of an anti climatic ending though... was a 5 star till the end

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