Say You Love Me, Paperback
5 out of 5 (4 ratings)

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Ben Walker sets out to trace his father and discover the truth about his adoption in 1968.

But the past holds secrets that his brother Mark is desperate to keep.

Old hatreds between the brothers are rekindled and their adopted father is made to face his own guilt over the events of that spring of 1968.

Say You Love Me explores how Mark took on the responsibility of the events in his childhood and how that feeling of responsibility stayed with him with disastrous results.

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Say You Love Me is a very thought provoking,compelling read and the controversial subject matter is handled very sensitively and well. This is another, extremely readable novel from Marion Husband who is one of the most entertaining writers I've read for a long time, her writing just keeps getting better - highly recommended.

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5

Say You Love me made me cry. I suppose that might put some readers off, and this is a disturbing novel in parts. It is also wonderfully written and all the characters are sympathetically drawn. This novel stayed with me for days after I finished it, and I still find myself thinking about it. If you want insight into child abuse and adoption that isn't yet another 'misery memoir' read this novel.

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5

This book is brilliant. Marian Husband draws you in slowly. I had a great sense of feeling the horror and despair created in its narrative. The insight into the minds of those involved was so deep I felt like it was happening to me! The story is surprising as it unfolds to a complexity that you do not see.<br/>This book leaves me with thoughts that I know will mull round in my head for a while yet.

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5

This book is brilliant. Marian Husband draws you in slowly. I had a great sense of feeling the horror and despair created in its narrative. The insight into the minds of those involved was so deep I felt like it was happening to me! The story is surprising as it unfolds to a complexity that you do not see.<br/>This book leaves me with thoughts that I know will mull round in my head for a while yet.

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