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2007) A novel by Ann Tatlock. When Elizabeth Gunnar accepts a teaching position at the preparatory school she attended as a girl, she is returning to more than a place-to memories, mysteries, and an old love.

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Christian Books & Bibles I felt as though I were a part of this book, sitting on the fringes and somehow enmeshed in the secret between Ma and Huck.

Christian Books & Bibles. Patti Hill has a different way of seeing things from other authors, and for that I am thankful. I felt as though I were a part of this book, sitting on the fringes and somehow enmeshed in the secret between Ma and Huck. Possibly it helped that I, too, have questioned my sanity as I have aged and often feel paranoid about odd behaviors that have sprouted in my dotage.

Beth's Christian faith also deepens, though Tatlock handles that theme with a refreshingly light touch. The dialogue is snappy, and Tatlock's prose is charming (There seemed to be no clear answer to the mystery that was Theodore Dutton, with all the whys left dangling before me like fruit gone bad on the vine). Every Secret Thing seeps its way into the readers' consciousness and remains long after the last page is finished. - Rel Mollet, titletrakk.

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Silly and mindless, light "Christian women's fiction. But, allow me just this one thing. For me, the highlight of this novel came at the end scene when the ladies gathered in prayer.

Silly and mindless, light "Christian women's fiction. This book gets a C+. (12/20/2008). I have no issue with Christian fiction but it really is not my taste and I found a lot of things not really delved into at all besides some characters remarking they should pray on it. Frankly if the women in the novel were as Christian as they talked I would assume that the authors would have more scenes of them interacting at church or at church functions. With everything that's happened to them, they still turned to the Lord, acknowledging Him as the higher power.

Every Secret Thing book. But Elizabeth and In Ann Tatlock’s novel Every Secret Thing, Elizabeth Gunnar had attended Seaton Preparatory School in Delaware. Fans of fiction that makes you think, especially with a Christian influence, will enjoy this on. Her high school English teacher there, Mr. Dutton, encouraged and nurtured her love of literature and inspired her to become an English teacher herself.

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A rich, complex weave of character, mystery and divine epiphanies, Every Secret Thing will have you turning the pages late into the night. Tatlock's prose is simply exquisite. Michele Howe, faithfulreader. com Tatlock's produced a winner. com Tatlock's produced a winne.To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

When Elizabeth Gunnar accepts a teaching position at the preparatory school she attended as a girl, she is returning to more than a place--to memories, mysteries, and an old love. Once there she meets unexpected challenges--and challenging new people. She revisits ghosts of the past and old self-doubts. And through it all, God somehow takes four broken people and forms a new, complete family.

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Zugar
This book might have been titled “The Mystery of Theodore Dutton.”
Because of her great love for English and Literature, her former English teacher Theodore Dutton convinced Elizabeth Gunnar to become an English teacher herself. Now she was teaching English in her first year back at Seaton.eaMemories flood her mind in these familiar surroundings. A heavy shadow hovered over the memory of Professor Dutton and how he left Seaton in the middle of the school year.
As a student, Elizabeth had looked up to Dutton. She believed he was an example to the students and she trusted him. When he suddenly exited the school with a heart attack with no further information or contact, Elizabeth was crushed. When the other students accepted this happenstance, Elizabeth kept the experience close to her heart. It troubled her mind not to know the details.
This is a story of searching for truth and trying to resurrect trust and confidence in God.
Qumenalu
I wasn't excited about this book. Lately I'd been reading lots of historical adventure type stories, usually with magic and dragons so this seemed like a pretty ordinary read to me. I perused the reviews and decided that because there were so many top star reviews I'd give it a try. As I started I almost stopped, thinking this is boring. I kept at it when the phone rang and I realized whomever was calling would have to wait-I could not put the book down. This story had me completely enthralled. Not only was I there experiencing the book, I even heard the voices as they spoke. Boring? Not in the least. Run of the mill? No way. This story is creative and yet so believable you will live it as you read it. I already want to read it again. I HIGHLY recommend this book. You really don't want to miss this one! :D

HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!! :D. :)
Hulbine
"Every Secret Thing" by Ann Tatlock ... 5-stars!!

I just can't say enough good things about this novel. Get this book and read it. If you like good stories, good stories about anything, this is one of those great stories! It gets your attention right from the start and it's interesting and fun from then to the end. I hated to see this novel end.

Do yourself a big favor, get this novel and read it. You can thank me later.

Patrick
Keath
The only "bad" thing I could possibly say about this (or any of Ann Tatlock's books I have read) is that it came to an end. While her writing style is similar in her various books, her stories are not carbon copies with only place names and characters changed. Every Secret Thing has the bad characters, but there are redeeming qualities about them to make the reader also consider them good characters. The good characters, likewise, have their fair share of perturbing qualities, enough to keep the reader from being completely sympathetic. As always, you just don't know until the end exactly how it will turn out.

You won't be disappointed with Every Secret Thing, and you'll immediately want to find another of Ann Tatlock's books when you finish!
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This was an excellent book; however, this was Ann Tatlock's second book that I have read, and the first book -- All the Way Home -- was much, much better, so I gave it a 4. I'm now on a third book of hers, and it is third in preference. But Ann is an excellent writer and she always has endearing and well-developed characters and happy endings. I really like her writing and plan to read all of her other books. But I don't know if any of them are going to be able to surpass All the Way Home.
Bajinn
I am a Tatlock fan! That being said, this was not my favorite of her books. It just didn't seem to have the heart of those I'd read in her other books. It wasn't bad, it had an interesting enough story line. I guess when you read an author so many times you get used to a certain standard so this is a hard review to write. It wasn't bad, just not as great, in my opinion, as other Ann Tatlock books, which are far above average.
Sadaron above the Gods
Firstly, Ann Tatlock is one of my favorite authors. I love her writing style and the way she is able to weave elements of a story together and tie them together with a nice finish. However, unlike most of the previous reviewers, Every Secret Thing just did not appeal to me. I didn't find the characters particularly interesting and as much as I tried, I could not bring myself to like Satchel. In other Tatlock books, I was drawn into the lives of the characters. Not so with this one, I had to push myself to get to the end.Three stars for writing skill.
At the altar of grace and hope, Ann Tatlock has woven a delicate tapestry. Threads of longing, lines of quiet strength, and words of wisdom will draw you in and hug you in a warm embrace.
Poetry lovers, bookworms and introvert, unite! God sees you and has good plans for you, too.
Every Secret Thing (Center Point Christian Fiction) download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Ann Tatlock
ISBN: 1602851700
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Center Point Pub; LRG edition (April 1, 2008)