Flamingnet Student Book Reviewer JHap
We all complain about our family.The noisy aunt and half-
deaf grandfather. The games you are forced to play with
your cousins and football blaring on the living room T.V.
Family. They can be a hassel, but we still love them. But
in the A Time To Tell family, everyone is caught in a web
of secrets and lies that threaten to do serious damage if
not taken care of. Abusive husbands are just the start of
the family drama, and since Cara now is elderly, all she
can do is sit, watch, and turn up the volume on the T.V.
when the yelling gets too loud. There is so much she
wishes she could go back and change, but one thing A Time
To Tell says is that the past is definite. You can't
change what you've already done, no matter how much you
want to believe otherwise.
It was challenging for me to review A Time To Tell
because while it is captivating and very well-written, it
also has a complicated plot that maded it hard to give a
full summary of the book. But I loved reading it and hope
I gave the story justice. It was just a joy to read, and I
got in trouble a lot in class because I couldn't put it
down. I think a lot of people will like this book, but if
you have a short attention span maybe you should choose a
different book, because it may leave you lost. But for
those who are looking for a good, exciting book to read,
this is the one for you.
City, State and Country: Casa Grande, Arizona USA