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We’ll Never Tell Them: The Reviews Are Coming In!

October 28, 2015 6:28 pm | Leave a Comment

We'll Never Tell ThemReviews are coming in for Fiorella De Maria’s latest novel, We’ll Never Tell Them.

First up, Francis Phillips reviews the book as well as posing some questions to the author. Ms. Phillips insightfully says that it is “a perfect read for young people debating their future path in life.” Read more here.

Phillip Shifflet, a blogging seminarian, says “At times, I was was so engrossed in the story that I was unaware that I was engaged in the act of reading a novel. It was that good.” Read his full review here.

Joseph R. at the intriguingly-named blog Zombie Parent’s Guide reviews the book and points to the similarities and differences between the two women who hold the story together. Read his review here.

Emily Shaw at YoungCatholicMums.com reviews the book, saying “This haunting and yet uplifting novel is much more than it seems. It spans a period of close to a hundred years, in places including colonial Malta and Edwardian England, and quietly constructs a character driven plot that steadily builds in intensity.” Read her full review here.

Patricia McKenna at the Catholic Bookshelf blog says We’ll Never Tell Them is “A masterful story from beginning to end.” Read her full review here.

Interested in reading more? The first chapter of the book is online here. And if you have a blog and would like to review the book, check out this post to see how you can get a copy to read.

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