When I first began reading Words Unspoken I was unsure if I would be able to stick with it long enough to finish it. The storyline shifted to numerous characters with apparently no connections. However, my persistence was rewarded when all the loose ends began to come together and by the end were all neatly joined. Was it all just coincidence or was there a master plan that brought them all together?
The characterizations and dialogue in Words Unspoken were superb. These characters were real! Each one of them had real life issues and the author expertly revealed the motivations of each one.
Words Unspoken is ultimately about words – the words in our heads that constantly blame and berate, the words we imagine from others , the words we misinterpret, and the words that soothe and heal. It is also about how one person who follows their divine call can positively change the lives of others. It is an emotional ride filled with nuggets of wisdom, hope, and redemption.
I definitely recommend Words Unspoken. Why don’t you check it out for yourself?
ABOUT THE BOOK:
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.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Elizabeth Musser, an Atlanta native, lives in southern France with her husband and their two sons. Her acclaimed novel, The Swan House, was a Book Sense bestseller list in the Southeast and was selected as one of the top Christian books for 2001 by Amazon’s editors. Words Unspoken is her seventh novel. Visit Elizabeth’s Web site at www.elizabethmusser.com