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Letters to the Lost
Letters to the Lost | Brigid Kemmerer
Juliet Young always writes letters to her mother, a world-traveling photojournalist. Even after her mother's death, she leaves letters at her grave. It's the only way Juliet can cope. Declan Murphy isn't the sort of guy you want to cross. In the midst of his court-ordered community service at the local cemetery, he's trying to escape the demons of his past. When Declan reads a haunting letter left beside a grave, he can't resist writing back. Soon, he's opening up to a perfect stranger, and their connection is immediate. But neither Declan nor Juliet knows that they're not actually strangers. When life at school interferes with their secret life of letters, sparks will fly as Juliet and Declan discover truths that might tear them apart.
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Allylu
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I‘m trying to read as much of Brigid Kemmerer‘s backlist as I can. How does she get teenagers so well. This is a great story - two young people, a guy and a girl, are suffering from the loss of someone dear to them, blaming themselves, but they find each other - not in person - but through letters, then emails. It really touched my heart. It‘s so good. #45 #BookSpin #21 #BFC22 #ReadMyRoom #SERIES2022 #Pantone2022 Blueberry #Hikeathonreads

KristiAhlers I really thought that one was a solid read. 8mo
Clwojick Great colour match!!! 8mo
TheSpineView Awesome! 8mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Cool cover!! 8mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 8mo
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Perfect 💙💛 10mo
Eggs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks 💚💙💛 10mo
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damselsgotballs
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You know that feeling when you can just feel it in your bones that 'this will be a story worth remembering' and 'I'm gonna have the time of my life reading this one'? that's how I'm feeling right now. Now that I've finally decided my #nextread.
#bibliophile #reading #lovebooks #booktography #photography #booknerd #bookworm
What did you guys think of this one? No spoilers though.🍻📚

You're doing great.

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joidevivre55
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One day isn't your whole life. A day is just a day.

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KristiAhlers
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I found this coming of age story very moving and the struggles of both characters to be believable and engrossing. I recommend this book for many reasons but the most important it is one regardless of age, or place in life one, if we are honest with ourselves we can all relate to at some point in our lives.

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IheartYA
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What is one book you'd recommend to everyone? My all time favorite is The Raven Boys but the writing and character development can be hit or miss dependingon the reader. Letters to the Lost is a book that I believe would be universally loved. AND I just checked... it's $1.99 on kindle today! 😲 So what would be your everyone-could-love book that should be added to my TBR?
https://www.instagram.com/iheartya311/

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Lovesbooks87
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I finished this last night. I couldn‘t put it down. It gave me so many feels. Juliet‘s mom died and she writes her letters and leaves them at her grave. Declan is doing community service at the graveyard. While out mowing he comes across Juliet‘s letter and responds to it. She wasn‘t to happy about it and soon the start emailing each other not knowing who each other see in real life. This book broke my heart but I loved every minute of this book!

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abookishbutterfly
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Do you ever read the negative reviews of the books you love?

I am, perhaps, a glutton for punishment but, yes, I do. For the second time since starting my BookTube channel, I filmed a video where I read some of the hate my favorite 2019 reads have gotten. It made me sad so I needed chocolate afterwards!

The video will be coming later today! Letters to the Lost and All That‘s Bright and Gone are included, along with 3 other favorites of mine!

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melissafootitt
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This is one my favourite books, I loved every second of it. It‘s heartbreaking in places as much as it is healing, it‘s tragic and it‘s sweet. It has a bit of everything I love. I‘ve reread this quite a few times now and I never get bored of it. Also massive praise for the character Rev..I‘m yet to read his book but I can‘t wait to find out more about him.

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abookishbutterfly
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Let‘s talk about all of the books we read in October! You can see my wrap up video here: https://youtu.be/mqhepfd6TW0

#booktube #booksreadinoctober #octoberwrapup #octoberreads #bookreviews #readingvlog

EadieB When Laurel Mack's daughter, Ellie, disappears, Laurel's family and life falls apart. 10 years have past and Laurel has decided to move on. She meets a man who has a daughter named Poppy who reminds Laurel of Ellie which gives Laurel a lot of unanswered questions once more. This book kept me hooked from the very beginning. The story is told with 4 POV and just when you think that you have figured out what happened to Ellie, Lisa Jewell throws out 3y
EadieB some twists and the doubts begin. It is a very emotional and heart wrenching read. This was my first Lisa Jewell book but won't be my last.

@Butterflyamore I read this in July 2018 so can't remember everything. I gave it 4 stars so I'm thinking you need to read the ending. Looks like there is a big twist here.

I need to read The Heart Shape Box after your review.

I feel the same way about Naomi Novicki. Not too interested in her books.
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EadieB I have Uprooted but after reading Spinning Silver not too excited to read it.

You also made me want to read The Better Liar, When She Returned and books by Mark Edwards.

By the way, your makeup looks so good today. You look so pretty on the video!
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EadieB Just noticed that I have these books that Mark Edwards has written with Louise Voss:
DI Patrick Lennon (with Louise Voss)
1. From the Cradle (2014)
2. The Blissfully Dead (2015)
One Shot (2016)

Very good series.
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abookishbutterfly @EadieB I hadn‘t meant to hit post yet. Maybe I‘ll try to finish Then She Was Gone. I was over 50% into it and the supposed twists revelations I did encounter had been ones I thought were very obvious and it made it really hard for me to enjoy the book. But if there is really a jaw dropper at the end of the book, that might change my opinion. 3y
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I was not prepared for how emotional this book turned out to be! The subject matter was pretty heavy and I didn‘t expect that going into a YA. It was everything that I love in good YA. The writing was great, the dialogue was well written and wasn‘t too cheesy. It‘s the kind of book that can resonate with all age groups and it has a great message of being kind and not judging others because we don‘t know what others are going through.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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abookishbutterfly
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Letters to the Lost was a beautiful story that required time to pause, reflect, and wipe my leaking eyes. I am looking forward to continuing with Rev‘s story, a side character in this book who gets his own tale told in More Than We Can Tell.

Full review here: https://www.facebook.com/262384764521804/posts/356339908459622?sfns=mo

Or follow me on Goodreads. Link in profile.

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elliex
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I didn‘t think I would like this very much but it was good and there were twists in it that i didn‘t expect. I love all of the character and their backgrounds, and the way that they are all linked together.

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elliex
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“You can‘t make your own path with your eyes closed”

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“If I can‘t blame fate then who else is left?”

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megnews
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This young adult novel portrayed the isolation and yearning for belonging teens experience in high school while taking on tough topics like death, suicide, substance abuse, dysfunctional families, and more. It moved along quickly and was hard to put down. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ from me.

#20booksby2020

Book 227/265 8/15/19

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Yet another reminder why Brigid Kemmerer is an autoread author for me. Her characters are three dimensional, endearing, and thought provoking. Declan Murphy, who on the surface appears combative and angry, really just wants to, needs to be seen. Her adult characters are a wake up call to adults. While there are bad adults, there are also adults we can look up to and be proud.

BooknerdsLife I love the tagged book! 💙 3y
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bookmom921
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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
I absolutely adored this book. It was an addicting read. It was not your normal teen romance and I think I love it more because of that.
Dont get me wrong, I am a huge romance fan.
But there is something so innocent and refreshing for two characters to fall for each other without the usual kissing/touching/close proximity stuff going on.
I highly recommend this book for your next TBR!

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leigha_land
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This has, hands down, been my favorite book I have read this summer. It‘s raw and real and “right in the feels.” I loved it and HIGHLY recommend it. ❤️
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#summer #summerreading #summerreads #librarybooks #pick

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Juliet always writes letters to her mother. Even after her mother's death, she leaves letters at her grave.
Declan isn't the sort of guy you want to cross. In the midst of his court-ordered community service at the local cemetery, he's trying to escape his demons.
When Declan reads a letter left beside a grave, he can't resist writing back. Soon, he's opening up to a perfect stranger, and their connection is immediate.
#lostandlonely #jazzyjune

BookwormM Sounds intriguing 3y
Eggs Ooo good choice! I read this 2 years ago 3y
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If I can‘t blame fate, who else is left?

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

It‘s incredibly rare when a book makes me cry, but damn this book made me feel so many emotions. This was a quick read for me, but it was great nonetheless. I will absolutely be reading the sequel that takes place in the same universe.

🚨Be aware that there are mentions of abuse, alcoholism, self-harm and suicide.

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I loved the way the book demonstrates how our view of others can hinder our associations with them. If somebody makes a mistake, does that make them an awful person forever. On the off chance that somebody is reclusive does that mean they are cold or uninterested, maybe they are just hurting inside. I enjoyed this book. Shows how we can be judgmental to others and to ourselves.

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"When everything goes to hell around you, the only way to go is forward."

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elyseh
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I absolutely loved this book!! It's such a cute story!

MandaMT I picked this up a while back and haven‘t read it yet. Glad to hear it‘s good! 3y
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GlitterGirl
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Wow! Just wow! This is an awesome book!!! Can not remember when was the last time I finished a book in one setting, but once I started, I could not put it down!!! 😍😍😍
Also: #BaconIsMeatCandy❣and I forgot how much I love #Invictus
#ReadingWithFriends

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GlitterGirl
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Starting on our 4th #ReadingWithFriends book for 2019.

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biblioskye
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My current favorite YA contemporary! Got my hardbound copy from Big Bad Wolf Book Sale held here in Manila last Feb 22-March 4. I bought this for only PhP 230 (less than $4.5)!!!! WHAT A STEAL, right?

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biblioskye
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“Sometimes you get to a point where it hurts too much, and you‘ll do anything to get rid of the pain. Even if it means doing something that hurts someone else.” -Declan Murphy

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SarahBradley
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Two teens find each through letters. Juliet, who has recently lost her mother in a car accident, leaves her mom a letter on headstone. When lonely, brooding Declan responds to her , a strange but comforting exchange brings two lost souls solace. What happens when they realize who they really are? Compelling romantic story.

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alisonrose
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Surprisingly potent & deep exploration of grief and what it does to us, how it can affect you in so many ways, some you don‘t like and some you don‘t even realize. I liked how the author handled the main characters‘ journeys - they both felt very believable to me and even when they behaved badly, you understood why. I was also really glad that a possible twist ended up NOT being true. Picked this up thx to Merphy Napier on YT & glad I did. 4/5 ⭐️

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It me.

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alisonrose
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We‘re all united by grief, and somehow divided by the same thing.

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In the mood for some emotional YA contemporary... #nowreading

megnews Ooh sounds good. Stacked 4y
alisonrose @megnews 👍🏻 it‘s really good so far! 4y
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IheartYA
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#adventrecommends Day 2
One of my favorite reads this year. It's mesmerizing and heartbreaking. Uniquely written. About loss, love, and the pain we hold within.
@emilyrose_x
#ya #youngadult

KirstieE I LOVED this when I read it last year! Been meaning to have a re read of it ❤️❤️ 4y
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I‘ve been in a small book slump for a couple weeks so I took a trip to BAM today and bought a new book! It has good reviews so hopefully it‘s just what I need! #currentlyreading

**Update - I loved this book!! ❤️

SamanthaMarie BAM! I love our BAM :) 4y
Chasing_Pages @SamanthaMarie ❤️me too! 4y
ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled I have to tell you - I‘ve been on a quest to find more of those caramel pretzel bites you put in my swap box, and my co-worker found some for me at a store in town, and now we need an intervention because we‘re both addicted to them 😂 4y
Chasing_Pages @ErickaS_Flyleafunfurled 😂That‘s awesome! I‘m so glad you liked them and even happier that you were able to find them. Someone had to join in the addiction. 😉 4y
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jasreadsquiteabit
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Devoured this book in one day. Great YA read that touches on loss and how to pick up the pieces— especially the unexpected ones. Good read!

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IheartYA
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A new addition to my favorites list. WOW! This one hits hard. I empathized with the characters and their struggles. The author was able to weave the story in such a creative way. I felt my heart breaking while reading. I devoured it in 2 days, down to the last drop like a kid eating ice cream. I will definitely look into this author's other works. (Technically there's a sequel but it's a stand alone.)
A MUST READ FOR YA LOVERS!
#youngadult #ya

IheartYA @LibrarianRyan Add this one to your list ASAP! 4y
LibrarianRyan Done. 4y
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This book is AMAZING!

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I LOVED this book. I feel like loved isnt a strong enough word for the emotions this book made me feel. Juliet and Declan are both fighting a lose and they find each other and help each other to fight threw that lose. Before they were both falling down a rabbit hole and once they start opening up to each other, a light is at the end of the rabbit hole. Amazing story! This is the best book I have read in a while. 100 stars!!

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Jenny
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What a roller coaster of emotions! You think you‘re good and the author hits you right in the feels!

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HeatherBlue
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This book!! I have no words...just an undeniable desire to cuddle it. Unfortunately, this was a library book, and I had to give it back. No area bookstores carried it, but thankfully I could order it online. Super excited to get my own copy 💙💙💙

BooknerdsLife Oh I still have this book sitting on my tbr! Definitely numbing it up on the list 🤗 4y
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Started this beautiful book this morning and nearing the end now 😭

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Amber_Books
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(Didn‘t want my hand in it but the bookmark refused to stay in its spot😂)

I recently finished Letters To the Lost and it was amazing! I flew through it in a day and I really enjoyed it.
This is a YA Contemporary.
🌟🌟🌟🌟.💫 (4.5/5 stars)