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You Let Me Go review ´ 103 á ➾ [Download] ➻ You Let Me Go By Eliza Graham ➷ – Dcmdirect.co.uk A secret family history of love anguish and betrayalAfter her beloved grandmother Rozenn’s death Morane is heartbroken to learn that her sister is the sole inheritor of the family home in Cornwall A secret family history of love aA secret family history of love anguish and betrayalAfter her beloved grandmother Rozenn’s death Morane is heartbroken to learn that her sister is the sole inheritor of the family home in Cornwall while she herself has been written out of the will With both her You Let ePUB #220 business and her relationship with her. Now and then I need an escape from my usual crimepsychological thriller reads I was browsing Netgalley and the book description for You Let Me Go caught my interest Firstly because I appreciate a book with a dual timeline one timeline is set in the present and the other is set in Brittany during the German occupation in 1941 and secondly I love historical fiction so this book ticked both boxes for me Morane is left devastated when not only does she loose her beloved Grandmother Rozenn but she learns her sister is the sole inheritor of the family home in Cornwall Why did her grandmother turn her back on her Perhaps the answers lie in an old letter Moran finds which inadvertently takes her on a journey into her grandmother’s past when Brittany was under German occupation In her pursuit for the truth she realises she never knew her grandmother at all as she uncovers secrets that tore a family apart I genuinely enjoyed Rozenn’s story Graham brings her story to life I especially liked reading about her life in Brittany The descriptions of her family living in a small French village occupied by the Germans made it obvious how hard life must have been for Rozenn not knowing who you could trust and living in constant fear The choice she makes weren’t necessarily the right ones but they were made in fear Ultimately all she wanted to do was protect her family I found it tragic that these choices led to devastating conseuences that shattered a loving family into a million pieces You Let Me Go has all the elements needed for an enjoyable read deeply rich characters engaging dialogue and a compelling story line A poignant heart rending story about love guilt and betrayal

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Hat haunted Rozenn to the end of her days Was it to protect those she loved that a desperate Rozenn made a heartbreaking decision and changed the course of all their lives foreverMorane goes in search of the truth but the truth can be painful Can she make her peace with the past and repair her relationship with her sist. My thanks to Lake Union Publishing and the author for an opportunity to read and give an honest opinion of You Let Me Go by Eliza GrahamThis is much of a historical novel than Women's Fiction The majority of the book takes place during several months in Brittany after the German Occupation The present day and I believe what was intended as the major part of the novel involves the death of a beloved grandmother and the beuest of her lovely house in Cornwall to the elder of her two granddaughtersThe historical aspect of the book is well researched and much interesting than the contemporary sections Told in alternating chapters we meet Rozenn the grandmother and Morie her younger granddaughter Morie is in a bad way after her grandmother's death as her boyfriend a gambler has stolen all the profits of their joint construction business and abandoned her As if that weren't bad enough she suffers from the emotional scars following an accident which is barely described and not until the last part of the bookIt would have been a much stronger novel if the early sections had moved along a bit faster Having said that the eleven weeks Rozenn and her family spend in Brittany and the introduction of her parents older brother and twin sister very well characterized had taken up of the early sections Still there is enough suspense and description of deprivation and fear brought on by war to make for interesting reading It's worth moving through the early days in Paris to see how the plotting comes together with much excitement towards the end But don't be surprised if you guess the ending very early on It seems inevitable

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You Let Me GoSister on the rocks Morane becomes consumed by one uestion what made Rozenn turn her back on herWhen she finds an old letter linking her grandmother to Brittany under German occupation Morane escapes on the trail of her family’s past In the coastal village where Rozenn lived in she uncovers a web of shameful secrets t. I went in to this book not exactly knowing what I would expect by the endingI won’t lie it is a slow starter For the first 40% of the book it felt as though it was written for the reader to bide their time whilst the story grew in the background which was so disappointing However once this point was reached and one of the characters Morane had made the decision to go to Brittany to discover the truth of her Grandmothers past things really good interestingThe chapters took turns in telling the reader either about the past present or future Most of these were based on Rozenn was a Parisian who went to live in St Martin with her parents twin sister Claire and her brother Yann Yann was meant to have gone back to Paris or reported himself to duty to help the Germans but the family kept him hidden at home Rozenn who could see the troubles and problems that were being faced with this found a local boy Luc who was to help Yann get across the sea to Britain However on the night of the escape things went awfully wrong and the suspense of the last few chapters made it all the thrilling when it finally came outMorane was Rozenn’s granddaughter who after discovering a letter hidden in her late grandmothers bedroom decided to investigate further Morane went to the house where Rozenn and her family lived and found out the truth which lie ironically between the family homes four wallsI’ve kept this review rather sketchy because honestly you need to read it to understand why this book was such a good read The only disappointing side was the build up was too long which could disengage people to keep going If you are going to read this book give it the chance Keep pushing through because honestly I have been going round my house for the last two hours yelling ‘OH MY GOD I DIDN’T SEE THAT HAPPENING’