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Chasing the Red Queen dEly and made it hard to turn away I am in love with her writing style the way she pays homage to music and musicians and the care and attention she gives whenetailing complicated relationships Her stories make me giddy Those who enjoy Diane McKinney Whetstone should give this one a try After reading Rosalyn Story s Wading Home I loved it so much that I had to read her first novel More Than You Know When I first saw the title I started singing the old standard by that name without knowing the song was a thread throughout the novel It s a sweet poignant love story of a nine year old boy who promised never to tell where the infant came from before he elivered her TO BIG MAMA TO ADOPT AND RAISE EIGHTEEN YEARS Big Mama to adopt and raise Eighteen years he finds that baby all grown up and they have a happy marriage for 25 years until he tell her the secret She banishes him he runs away and we find him living homeless on the streets of New York CityI loved the lyrical uality of this story but not as much as I loved Wading Home I loved the jazz music that tells it s own story as background to the plight of LJ and Olivia as the secret slowly unravels with all The Threads That Tore threads that tore apart and would finally bring them back together I give it four stars I was a bit isappointed by this book I iscovered this novel through a recommendation from a fellow bibliophile and thought that the plot sounded interesting enough to read Well the book was interesting in the beginning and thought that the plot sounded interesting enough to read Well the book was interesting in the beginning extremely boring and ragged on for a good portion of the book but the end was pretty intriguing Author Rosalyn Story Hijacking the Brain did a great job of establishing a good story line to write about however she failed with the structure of the book There were moments in the book that Rosalyn Story would jump to a completelyifferent subject while the reader is left wondering what happened Some things just 僕のヒーローアカデミア 3-4 didnt pertain to the plot of the story which made the book uite frustrating to read Usually it takes a maximum of two weeks for me to read a book like this however it took me almost two months to get through this novel More than once I wanted to just give up and stop reading it however I can t ever give up on a novel If I started I have to finish it Overall I believe that Rosalyn Story is a talented writer and I m hoping to read of her works Slow but good read the pace complemented the plot therefore no complaints kind of predictable too but thatidn t take away from how good the story is enjoyed the authors writing style. Conforms to its own rules and that love can endure even the most profound injuries Rosalyn Story herself a successful musician has created a lyrical emotionally consuming page turner that The Path to Gay Rights delveseeply into the mysteries of love family and marriage.

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More Than You KnowRosalyn Story tells an intriguing tale of family relationships that are connected in the most improbable but fascinating ways She effectively infuses the story with the richness of jazz as well as the contrasts of rural living and city living The books characters are portrayed with the true complexity you would expect from a skilled author She weaves it all together with a level true complexity you would expect from a skilled author She weaves it all together with a level Karen vs Alien detail that makes you feel as if you were there with the characters witnessing their triumphs and struggles As a fellow author I can appreciate the liberty she takes with changing tenses a little used but effective literary tool that I have used myself but only seen infreuently used by other authors of fiction This is a work of substance that I would recommend to everyone This book starts out with a mini prologue from Arkansas 1955 More Than You Know picks up the story in 90 s New York It starts out byescribing the weather with beautiful words and introduces a character with initials for a name LJ I hate initials for names in novels It s a personal thingMore Than You Know moves along about as fast as a turtle with arthritis in the kneecaps The novel Gendered Citizenships does weave a very interesting history for LJ and Olivia once the book finally gets around to it Which feels like 5 years later because of the way the book is paced The Big Mama Olivia LJ Vaughn connection is a long time comingThe writing is very pretty and the pacing is very slowThis is not my type of book but the story idea is uite good If you like floweryescriptions of weather skin tones and music then this book will be terrific for you And I like that the author lives in Dallas too More Than You Know is about how keeping secrets can estroy the family Rosalyn Story writes this tale using a series of flashbacks that conduct a wonderful symphony of music in the etail of her words As the secrets begin to unravel the supporting characters in the book shed light on their involvement in the continuation of the betrayal During one of the worst storms of the Singing the Law decade a nine year old boy LJ Tillmanrops off a note and a baby Olivia to Big Mama s front Alchemic door Big Mama Glodean Country Uncle Joon and Clo T share in the parenting of Olivia Big Mama believes Godelivered Olivia to them as an answer to years of prayer Nearly 20 years later that nine year old boy LJ Tillman is reintroduced to Olivia They fall in love and get married LJ lives the ideal musicians life until he reveals a We Sell Drugs deepark family secret to OliviaShe banish. A sweeping love story about how long buried family secrets evastate the marriage of a brilliant musician and his swife Homeless LJ Tillman is a jazz saxophonist whose life has been torn apart When the painful secret that LJ had kept all his life ha. ,
Es him from the house forever not knowing that her wish may come true Grief stricken by his wife s outburst and ismissal from his Literature of Africa dream job LJ turns to the bottle Drinking and wallowing inespair he plunges off an embankment landing in the river He escapes the car and *The City That Doesn T *city that Women and Sustainable Agriculture: Interviews With 14 Agents of Change doesn t him by jumping a train to New York CityNew York City has little to offer a poor black man with a saxophone He travels from corner to corner and park bench to homeless shelter playing his horn while living on the streets Oneay Covington a jazz singer Turns Him Onto An Open him onto an open spot LJ slowly starts piecing his life back together as this gig allows him to save a few Crossing the color line in American politics and African American literature dollarsAs the story unfolds you learn that keeping secrets can tear a relationship apart andeepen your resolve to stay true to yourself As Olivia learns bits and pieces of the truth her heart opens and she realizes her purpose in life But will her purpose and LJ s Rebuilding dream meet againEvery family has at least oneark secret but it is how you live with that knowledge which makes the Intro to Alien Invasion difference Theevelopment of characters along with the use of flashbacks will keep you turning the pages of this novel The outcome was unexpected yet heartwarming Story has a gift for writing that is refreshing It reminds me of the writings of Maya Angelou and Sonia Sanchez Finally a saga about family that is not street or gang related but focuses on own home folks I m waiting on the edge of my seat for her next book Being from KC made this a fun read A satisfying moment from beginning to endLike a good meal this serves a great appetizer through dessert Sets the stage for a terrific suspense and teases out a fulfilling ending Thank Sets the stage for a terrific suspense and teases out a fulfilling ending Thank for a lovely read Wow What a fabulous book with characters I wish I could meet Ms Story brings each of the principals to life through escriptive language and Democratic Phoenix: Reinventing Political Activism dialogue in their interactions This is a heart rending tale that ties all of them together in sadness and joy One of the uniue features of this book is that Jazz as in music genre is a primary character in this novel Rosalyn Story must know jazz intimately and shares that knowledge in uniue ways in this bookThis book will rank in the top 5 of 2020 books that I have read at the end of the year It is a book I plan to read again just for the pure joy found in its writing A few missteps midway through and an unrealistic ending but Rosalyn Story is such a great storyteller that Iidn t mind at all She reeled me in immediat. D finally been revealed it shattered his marriage to Olivia a promising singer who works as a beautician More Than You Know is the elegantly crafted story of how this troubled couple rescues their marriage shaken to the core they Museum Activism discover that truth.