There Is Always More To Say by Lynda Young Spiro book review


There Is Always More To Say written by Lynda Young Spiro, publisher New Generation Publishing, is available NOW in ebook, harcover and paperback format.

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Soho 1984: Two people meet and their worlds are changed forever. An unexpected meeting – a look that means their lives will never be the same again. In “There Is Always More To Say”, Lynda Spiro chronicles the lives of the couple through friendships, marriage, fleeting moments and snatched time. It is a passionate account about a connection between two people that never dies even when tested by distance and when life throws the unexpected at their feet. “The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances. If there is any reaction both are transformed.” C G Jung


I’d like to thank the author, Lynda Young Spiro, for a copy of this novel in return for a review.  This is quite a short story at just over 100 pages in ebook format and 168 pages in printed form.  The story is quite poetic in it’s narrative however, I did feel that the author repeated herself quite abit and I was willing for the story to pick up a pace (I have marked down my rating by half because of this).  We don’t get to know the names of the two main characters and I think this is quite clever as it could easily be related to anyone, we know their ages at the time of their chance meeting and we get to hear snippets, like diary entries of feelings and moments spanning 30 years since this initial chemistry was formed.  There is however, a wonderful undercurrent of a beautiful love story bubbling under the surface and reading through the pages you could feel the poignancy and heartache.

This was a story of a love that wouldn’t or couldn’t be let go.  A story of chances and moments that will be memorised forever more.  3.5/5*

About the Author

Lynda Young Spiro is a mixed media artist whose love of textiles, found objects and recyclable materials are incorporated into her colourful work. Lynda was born in 1959 in Hampstead, London, where she now lives with her husband and two sons. Lynda’s previous book Latch-Hooking Rugs is published by A & C Black. There is Always More to Say is her first novel.

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