Monday, June 29, 2009

Words Unspoken by Elizabeth Musser


My first thought is that this book's setting was exactly where I live! I could actually see the roads that they were on and the places that they went! It was so amazing! Fort Oglethorpe, the Chickamauga Park, Chattanooga, and more...that has never happened when I have read a book, so that was so awesome! Now, about the meaning of the book....I really enjoyed the book and it really made me think. Just like the last book I reviewed (is God trying to tell me something?), it talks about being stuck in the past and how you need to move past it and allow God to help you to live in your future. I also learned that what we don't say to our children is just as important as what we say. I really enjoyed this book. Can you tell?


Lissa Randall's future was bright with academic promise until the tragic accident that took her mother's life--and brought her own plans to a screeching halt. Eighteen months later, she still can't get back behind the wheel.
A casual recommendation to Ev MacAllister's driving school sets in motion a cascade of events... until Lissa begins to wonder if maybe, just maybe, life isn't as random as she has always thought.
Set against the breathtaking backdrop of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, Words Unspoken weaves together a vibrant cast of characters whose intertwining stories of courage, choice, heartbreak, and hope will hold readers captive until the final page.


Elizabeth Musser, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and the author of The Swan House. She and her husband reside near Lyon, France.

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