The books read by professional storytellers
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We can agree on good versus evil, at least sometimes, but we are always fascinated by how differently we experience stories.”

Since I disagree absolutely with the opinion of the Instagram reader you’ve chosen for “Everything I Never Told You” by Celeste Ng, I can only agree on your introductory words ;)… “Everything I Never Told You” is the story of an American middle-class, mixed-racial family, the Lees, especially their three children, struggling with the (unfulfilled) dreams of their parents. It’s an incredible precise and psychologically rich novel of mother-daughter relationships and how suppressing your own self can lead to severe consequences. It’s a thriller, a book about having secrets and about the burden of being different and highly recommended. https://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/17/books/review/everything-i-never-told-you-by-celeste-ng.html

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