More Than We Can Tell (sequel to Letters to the Lost) by Brigid Kemmerer
Brigid Kemmerer, thank you for one of the best gifts I have ever received because that is what More Than We Can Tell is, a gift to every reader who cracks open the cover and begins reading. Once again, Kemmerer has given readers a beautiful story with characters who are deep and troubled and quickly steal our hearts.
I am so, so, so happy to be writing this review. I fell in love with Rev while reading Letters to the Lost and was so thrilled that not only was he getting his own book, but that we lucky readers would be getting even more of the best bromance ever. Rev and Declan have some great scenes together in this book. I really love their friendship. It’s beautiful and the kind of relationship that everyone needs in their lives.
Poor Rev has not had an easy life. He’s adopted because his biological father was an abusive nut job, and, despite a loving home with his adoptive parents, he’s conflicted over the lessons that his demented father literally beat into him. The conflict grows when Rev receives a letter from his father that makes him question if he’s himself or if he’s his father’s son.
Emma is a computer wizard and a gaming mastermind who has actually created her own online game to impress her workaholic father. Unfortunately, her brilliance at the keyboard can’t hold her parents’ failing marriage together. As Emma’s world collapses, she turns to Rev and her online gaming pal, Ethan, to take away some of her pain. But in the end, will they just cause her more?
You’ll have to read More Than We Can Tell to find out because I am not giving away anything and will not create any spoilers for this wonderful book. All I can say, is this story will not disappoint and will leave you wanting more of these lovely characters that Brigid Kemmerer has created.
Coming March 6th from Bloomsbury Children’s