Everything Left Unsaid

Everything Left Unsaid

Everything Left Unsaid I wait for him the cold seeping through my clothes until it finally dawns on me that he s not coming back And I wonder why he chose her instead of me Why he went looking for her when I was right the

  • Title: Everything Left Unsaid
  • Author: Jessica Davidson
  • ISBN: 9780330424950
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Paperback
  • I wait for him, the cold seeping through my clothes, until it finally dawns on me that he s not coming back And I wonder why he chose her instead of me Why he went looking for her when I was right there Tai and Juliet have been best friends forever since they met at kindy and decided to get married in first grade.They understand each other in the way that only best f I wait for him, the cold seeping through my clothes, until it finally dawns on me that he s not coming back And I wonder why he chose her instead of me Why he went looking for her when I was right there Tai and Juliet have been best friends forever since they met at kindy and decided to get married in first grade.They understand each other in the way that only best friends can.They love music, beach walks, energy drinks and, they are slowly discovering, each other.As they dream of adventures beyond the HSC a future free of homework, curfews and parents, a life together their plans are suddenly and dramatically derailed.For Tai is sick.And not everything you wish for can come true.A poignant story of first love, hope, grief, family, and the twistedness of life.

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    This isn't real This isn't real This isn't realThose were Juliet's words. Here are mine.Cute. Cute. Cute. Cute. Cute. Cute. Cute. Cute. Cute. Cute. Cute.Sweet. Sweet. Sweet. Sweet. Sweet. Sweet. Sweet. Sweet. Sweet. Nerve-wracking. Nerve-wracking. Nerve-wracking.Adorable. Adorable. Adorable. Adorable. Adorable. Adorable. Scary. Scary. Scary. Scary. Scary. Scary. Scary. Scary. Scary. Emotional. Emotional. Emotional. Emotional. Emotional. Gut-wrenching. Gut-wrenching. Gut-wrenching. Gut-wrenching. [...]

    Well, I don't know what to say. Despite weepy reactions from a few friends, I didn't cry at all as I was reading this book, although I certainly felt a great deal of sympathy for the two young lovers who have to deal with one of them becoming terminally ill. But 15 minutes after I finished the novel, I suddenly found myself bawling over something totally unrelated for no good reason at all. Bawling, as in I couldn't stop for a long time, despite my best efforts to control myself. Even though I'm [...]

    This books lacks the emotional punch of The Fault in Our Stars but it is still a moving story, well constructed and powerful.Juliet and Tai have been friends since kindergarten. Now in their last year at High School they realise their attraction for each other but then Tai learns he has an incurable cancer.Chapters (mostly) alternate between Tai and Juliet's narrations. This works very well, with Tai's voice (a rare male voice in a YA) being quite unforgettable. Life is not always a happy place [...]

    Juliet and Tai are sixteen years old and in their final year of high school at Eden Grammar. They live in Brookston, a fictional suburb set in Australia. They've been best friends their entire lives, and while they each like the other as more than a friend, neither have admitted it, until now. They finally get together only to find out that Tai is sick, really sick and probably only has a year to live.I was so happy when I received a copy of Everything Left Unsaid by Jessica Davidson. When I rea [...]

    This book is nothing short of amazing. It truly deserves way more than 5 stars. In fact I just might venture to say that it's the best book I've readever.Juliet and Tai have been best friends since they met in kindergarten. They even jumped off the roof with umbrellas together trying to fly like Mary Poppins. (of course that didn't end well for either of them.) But now they are both getting ready to graduate from high school and they realize that they want more from each other. Unfortunately as [...]

    Everything Left Unsaid is a beautifully crafted story of young love, choices and what it means to lose someone you love. I’ve had my fair share of books with characters dying of diseases, and I’m happy to say Everything Left Unsaid did not disappoint! It’s sweet, it’s sad, and it will certainly leave you with an ache in your heart, but Everything Left Unsaid is definitely worth your time! I absolutely loved Tai and Juliet’s relationship! You could tell they really loved each other, and [...]

    So fucking depressing and sad. But so beautiful at the same time!I haven't cried this hard in a LONG time. I'm not even sure I'll be able to write a review.Holy crap, that was sure something =''(

    Review originally posted in: forget8me8not/Cover:It's interesting how the title font's colour is white and how some of the letters are traced since the background is white too. There is that feeling that something is hanging between the girl and the guy in the cover. I think it suits the story quite well!Story:What happens when everything in your life changes the moment you find out your love is sick?Juliet and Tai are best friends since they were both young. As they grow up together, Juliet fin [...]

    I bought this book on a visit to New Zealand, looking for different literature to take home. I do not read many books about this type of topic, death and cancer. However, when I discovered that it was the story of how this disease affects young people, I couldn't resist. I read it quickly, wishing to know what would happen. Sadly, from day one we knew the story wouldn't have a happy ending.Yet, this book's value doesn't lie in the plot. It lies in the sweetness and the emotion hidden in the stor [...]

    This probably makes me a horrible person, but in general, cancer books just don’t make me cry. I consider myself super emotional, but these stories just don’t hit me for whatever reason. Everything Left Unsaid is without a doubt a great book, and very very depressing, but I just didn’t get the emotional kick I was hoping for. It follows Juliet and Tai, life-long best friends who have finally admitted to their feelings for each other. Nearly as soon as their relationship begins, Tai learns [...]

    Everything Left Unsaid was a beautiful, heart-warming book. I completely fell in love with everything about it. The story was amazing, heart-warming, but heart-breaking. I was laughing and crying. This book was an emotional rollercoaster. It was so unbelievably sad, and I loved every minute.Juliet and Tai have been best friends for years. Their friendship and love for each other has always been strong. With their mutual love of music, beach-walks and energy drinks, they complete each other. When [...]

    There isn't much you need to know about this book before I recommend you go out and buy a copy. Everything Left Unsaid is such an addictive and refreshingly realistic novel that I feel it could be enjoyed by almost anyone. Tai and Juliet have been best friends since kindy but only just discover a romantic fondness for each-other in their final year of school when graduation and uni are on the cards and a semi-adult life is about to begin. All of this comes to a sudden halt when Tai finally goes [...]

    Sooooo, yeah. This is probably one of the more depressing cancer books I've read, though I'm not exactly sure what to point to and say, "This is what makes this book more depressing than the others." But the fact remains that at the end, I wasn't feeling that hopeful peaceful feeling. Maybe it's the realistic and devastatingly true way that the details and roller coaster of emotions are handled. Maybe it's the dual POVs of both the cancer patient and the person who loves the cancer patient. Mayb [...]

    Traveling book at YA-MA. Thanks guys for letting me take part! Wow. What a tear-jerker this turned out to be! A quick yet emotional read, this story follows a young couple faced with death during a time when they should be thinking about the future. Juliet and Tai were likable, though honestly Juliet kind of annoyed me at times. I wasn't even fully invested in their story until the last 50 pages or so. It basically gets to a point where the tears start and they don't stop! I would have given thi [...]

    I am such a glutton for punishment. WHY DO I DO THIS TO MYSELF? Why did I have to read another The Fault in Our Stars-esque book, this time coached in a lovely Aussie setting (I do so love Aussie YA)?It wasn't flawless or worth 5 stars, since it could have used some cleaning up. But I did ugly sob over the last 20 pages and found it a beautiful portrayal of a relationship rocked by the news of sudden and impending death. Having personally gone through something like Tai, I found myself getting g [...]

    I tried to read this book in small doses because I knew I was going to be a bawling mess. I succeeded for a short time, but then the time came to rip the band-aid offd boy did that bitch hurt.Review later.

    I've never read a book so sad. This book had tears constantly on my cheeks from page 254 to the end. What an amazing author.

    Everything Left Unsaid by Australian author Jessica Davidson was a poignant read that will teach you a thing or two about life, the power of choice, and the effect those choices can have on the people you may leave behind. Going into this book I knew what it would involve and ultimately how it will end. Everything Left Unsaid has characters that you can’t help but to immediately want to read about and as the book goes on you fall in love with them too no matter what their situation is by the e [...]

    I wanted to read fluff, just to have something different because I've been having a hard time with everything, like a break from all the stress and just indulge myself with all the cuteness of everything.And then I saw this book.Man I don't know, it felt like I thought it'll be a cliche story because the plot is like a best friend-turned-to-lovers thing but when I read "For Tai is sick" and then I was like no, not again. Not another story about me shipping a couple that will sink in the end beca [...]

    Oh wow I sobbed throughout the last 20 pages of this book, which I honestly didn't expect to do. Jessica Davidson tells the powerful story of a young teenage couple based in Australia (which I appreciated). She tells the story of Tai and Juliet. They have been best friends since kindergarden and realise now at 17 that they feel more for each other and they become each others first love. And then Tai gets sick cancer sick. And it's inoperable. The remainder of the story goes into detail about not [...]

    Wow. This story absolutely broke my heart. I cried like a little girl. It was so fantastic and so moving. Juliet and Tai have been best friends since kindy. They both love the same music, share Red Bull and generally understand each other. They are in their final year of high school and exams, schoolies and university is looming. It has taken this long, but Juliet has finally realised just how much Tai really means to her, in more ways than a friend. Tai has known for awhile and now they are fin [...]

    Where have you been hiding Jessica Davidson? This is such an emotionally draining book, after finishing it I couldn't stop thinking about it, I suggest a box full of tissues and a place where you can bawl your eyes out alone!Which to me is the sign of a fantastic storyteller.This is the most depressingly, wonderful book I've ever read, it sent me on a roller-coaster of emotions, it was heartbreaking and sent me barreling towards the inevitable ending that you knew would happen but at the same ti [...]

    I love the set up of the book, the dual perspective gives such an insight into the characters and both sides of the story. This is such a heavy story, and the grief comes off the page and grabs me and didn't let go until the last page. I nearly cried every other page and felt such hope, pain and love while reading. It is the ultimate story of loss from both ends.I loved the relationship between Juliet and Tai, it felt so authentic and sweet. They'd been friends forever and boyfriend and girlfrie [...]

    I can't read novels about dying teenagers anymore. I just can't. I've reached my limit. (I think writing a novel about a dying teenager didn't really help.) That said, Everything Left Unsaid is beautifully written and sweet and thoughtful. As well as being, naturally, incredibly depressing. This is a good book to read if you want to have a good cry, but then afterwards you should probably read something light and uplifting and not-at-all serious.One of the more remarkable things about this novel [...]

    This book reminded me a lot of The Fault in Our Stars. Cancer separating two young lovebirds. The difference was the point of view and language. The Fault in Our Stars was all from Hazel's point of view where this was from both Juliet and Tai's view. The Fault in Our Stars had amazing language and a distinct voice. Hazel and Gus were truly kids growing up with cancer. Everything Left Unsaid had typical teenage language. It was realistic towards the drinking, partying, and school life of the aver [...]

    Soo…. I cried. I cried a lot. Everything Left Unsaid is a terribly sad book, and I don’t recommend reading it if you don’t like anything emotional. There isn’t really much to say here. The back of the book makes it pretty clear that Tai is going to die, and somehow knowing that throughout the whole book didn’t make it any less painful when it actually happened. The story has split narration…. is that what it’s called? Basically every other chapter or so switched perspectives betwee [...]

    Just by reading the back of this book you know how it will end. You know as soon as Tai gets the news that there will be no miracle, no 'Oops, we were wrong' and that he and Juliet will get their happily ever after. Knowing this, why did I still cry at the end? I knew there was no happiness as I turned the pages, but the last twenty or so pages are now wet with tears.It's no secret that I love YA stories, both the realistic and fantasy kinds. This was a great realistic story, full of cut off dre [...]

    Everything left unsaid is a beautifully planed and written book about teen-life, drama, school, love and social life. Juliet and Tai have been best friends forever and they are always by each others side. One night they go to a party and everything changes between them. Tai get really sick and its not completely treatable so they make the most of their time together. A character I found interesting was Juliet because although she was heartbroken and found it hard to concentrate on school she sta [...]

    My goodness this was so riveting. So very emotional. It's not like I didn't expect it to be a sad tale but I didn't know how very deeply it would touch me. I should not have read the last 20 or so percent at work during my lunch hour -- because I cried. I would have cried a lot more, had I been at home under the covers reading alone. Forget happy ever after. Forget miracle cures. Tai has a brain tumor and he is going to die. There is no second guessing that outcome. But the way it is written is [...]

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