All Those Things We Never Said

All Those Things We Never Said

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A romantic comedy set in a world that is larger than life... As far back as Julia Walsh could remember, she always had a difficult relationship with her father. They hardly ever saw each other. Hardly ever spoke, and on the rare occasions they did, they never seemed to agree on anything. Three days before her wedding, Julia receives a phone call from her father's personal secretary. Just as Julia had predicted, Anthony Walsh will not be able to attend his daughter's wedding. However, for once, Julia has to admit that her father's excuse is irreproachable. He's dead. Julia cannot help seeing the tragic-comical side of the situation. From one second to the next, her nuptial dreams transform into funeral plans. Even beyond the grave, it seems, Anthony Walsh has his own particularly effective way of disrupting his daughter's life. But the day after his funeral, Julia discovers that her father has one last surprise in store for her. Without a doubt, the journey of a life-time, and an opportunity to say, at last, all those things they had never said. With this novel, Marc Levy creates a world of mischief and suspense. At its heart lies the relationship between a father and daughter, and a tale of first love, the kind of love that never dies.
Publisher: Toronto : McArthur, 2010, c2008.
ISBN: 9781552789070
Characteristics: 397 p. ;,24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Murray, Chris 1979-

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Apr 19, 2017

I tried....all the way to page 100+ but when you don't like the main character from the first page, it's kind of hard to wish them well and keep turning pages. Spoilt little rich girls who claim poverty but own companies with 50+ employees and two apartments in Manhattan and fathers who are multi billionaires ..... think not.

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Sep 28, 2011

It's hard to describe this book. I found some of the characters really annoying & one dimentional & almost put it down a few times. What I will take away is not the story itself but some of the beautiful passages written by the author about the nature of love, whether it's between a parent & a child or partners.

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