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Publisher's Summary

When Catherine learns that she is dying, she remembers the words her husband once jokingly uttered and decides to leave him the ultimate posthumous gift: a time capsule containing photographs of their life together along with tape recordings in which she recounts every secret she ever kept, every unspoken thought whether loving or treacherous - the things they never said.
Catherine's recordings shake up many of Sean's beliefs, sometimes enraging him and other times soothing with memories of the many joys that make up a life together. But even as the tapes provide an emotional roller coaster of surprises, Sean prays that they'll confirm the one thing he always secretly believed but never dared say out loud: that destiny exists; that their life together was not the result of mere chance.
©2017 Nicholas Alexander (P)2017 Audible, Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By Karen P. Lizzano on 12-27-17

words from beyond

I liked the concept of this book very much. Very original. I can see this being very true to life.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Jan Russell Dexter on 12-12-17

A curates egg

Conceptually engaging, and dealing with challenging matters of relationships and death, a bit tidy in plot for me, and characters mixed. Reasonably entertaining however.

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5 out of 5 stars
By D P Allen on 01-13-18

Things we never said

A good read, laughed and cried get, your hanky ready.
Some of the audio was not clear but did not distract from the story line
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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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