Renee Conoulty: There Is Always More To Say by Lynda Young Spiro


Sunday, 16 October 2016

There Is Always More To Say by Lynda Young Spiro

Soho 1984: Two people meet and their worlds are changed forever. An unexpected meeting – a look that means their lives will never be the same again. In “There Is Always More To Say”, Lynda Spiro chronicles the lives of the couple through friendships, marriage, fleeting moments and snatched time. It is a passionate account about a connection between two people that never dies even when tested by distance and when life throws the unexpected at their feet. “The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances. If there is any reaction both are transformed.” C G Jung

Hey! Here's my review.

This story is told in the style of a stream of consciousness letter to the main character's soul mate. Names and genders seem irrelevant to this story where "I" is recounting her memories of times spent with her soul mate "you". Due to the stream of consciousness style of writing, it was repetitive at times. Quite different from everything I've read recently but engaging enough that I read the whole book in one day.

I reviewed a complimentary copy.


  • Where: Author Invitation
  • Format: ebook

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