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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Cindy Vine
  • ISBN:
    1452861846
  • ISBN13:
    978-1452861845
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  • Publisher:
    CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 10, 2010)
  • Pages:
    234 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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    1735 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    305
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Cindy Vine is an author, mother of three kids, with lots of life experiences she uses as an inspiration source to write her books about. Not the me who is broken inside. Cindy Vine, Not Telling.

Cindy Vine is an author, mother of three kids, with lots of life experiences she uses as an inspiration source to write her books about. Is it possible to want something so badly that you yearn for it and let it dominate your every thought, but at the same time it terrifies you and makes you tremble with fear at the very idea of it? ― Cindy Vine, Not Telling.

15 quotes from Cindy Vine: 'I have perfected the art of the fake smile. Inside your heart may be bruised and black, but outwardly you look bright and happy. 'Well you should care. About my past, I mean. In books and movies, all the loose ends are tired, things are resolved, mysteries are solved, they catch the killer, the boy gets the girl, a sick baby is miraculously healed. In reality it doesn't always work that way. The killer gets away, the girl is in love with another boy, things just get buried under new dramas and don't get resolved.

Cindy Vine’s most popular book is Not Telling. Cindy Vine (Goodreads Author). Hush Baby by.

Cindy Vine, Gjøvik, Norway. To put it bluntly, Not Telling was the literary equivalent of a succession of violent blows to my stomach; each time I tried to catch my breath, another blow knocked the wind out of me.

Not Telling is the story of two sisters who give new meaning to the term 'sibling rivalry. Jealousy, hate and betrayal are woven into their lives, after a series of traumatic events completely disrupts Jenny's childhood

Not Telling is the story of two sisters who give new meaning to the term 'sibling rivalry. Jealousy, hate and betrayal are woven into their lives, after a series of traumatic events completely disrupts Jenny's childhood. You can never escape your past, it'll always come back to haunt you in some way. Jenny is quite unprepared when her past resurfaces and she is faced with an enormous dilemma. But, does she tell? Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

A traumatic accident changes the lives of two sisters, Karen and Jenny, unleashing hate, jealousy, and betrayal. Someone from the past comes back into their lives. Jenny is faced with an enormous dilemma, should she tell?

One of the most emotional, horrified, tragic books I have read, but everyone should read it. No more silence for abuse in children. Jealousy, hate and betrayal. One of the most emotional, horrified, tragic books I have read, but everyone should read it.

Cindy Vine’s novels are known for their sharp insight on interpersonal . Not Telling was a great book. I write the kinds of books I like to read.

Cindy Vine’s novels are known for their sharp insight on interpersonal relationships. In Stop the world I need to pee! Ms. Vine creates a character who totally represents the modern female of the species. I couldn’t put it down, I got sucked in within the first 2 pages. You should definitely read it if you haven’t already. Books that create movies in my head when I read them. Living life till the fullest. That’s what I want on my gravestone.

Not Telling is the story of two sisters who give new meaning to the term 'sibling rivalry.'  Jealousy, hate and betrayal are woven into their lives, after a series of traumatic events completely disrupts Jenny's childhood.You can never escape your past, it'll always come back to haunt you in some way.  Jenny is quite unprepared when her past resurfaces and she is faced with an enormous dilemma.  But, does she tell?You'll have to buy a copy of Not Telling from Amazon.com to find out!

Ylal
**Warning! This review does contain spoilers**

I am sure I will get bashed for this review but that is okay with me because this review is needed badly. This is a book about abuse, rape, secrets and lies. If this is not the types of books you like then I would move on.
The first part of the book was not to horrible aside from the horrible grammar, overused word, misused words and misspelled words. This lasted all through the book sadly. Everyone was always biting their lips for example. Almost every time someone talked they were biting their lip. This being only one small example.
My other issue is that Jenny gets in a relationship of sorts with a Pastor, she also owns a coffee shop/christen book store. Yet she uses the word God a LOT. The pastor even says Oh god several times. To me this just does not fit the characters at all. It makes the conversations and the characters seem stilted.
The majority of the book was so unbelievable that instead of feeling bad for what Jenny had gone through I just wanted to laugh. No I am not cold hearted and no I am not saying all this could not ever happen to one person. How she acted and the added characters, Morgan and Chantal for example were just completely flat characters that were very unbelievable most times.
The ending was tied up in a nice predictable little bow that was supposed to make you happy I guess but for me a book trying to be realistic and then everything just works out perfect does not fit. Do not get me wrong if there was not some sort of closure I would not have liked that either but not this perfect wrapped up all in a red bow ending either.
Dikus
This was a tough book to read at times, it would be especially hard for those that have had a difficult childhood. This book details a difficult childhood times 100. The writing is a bit awkward at times, though I think it is the author's intent because the book reads like Jenny (the main character) is speaking directly to the reader. Yes, things seem a bit too coincidental at times. But that was not really an issue to me because I cared about Jenny and I truly wanted to know what would become of her. I truly wanted her to have a happy ending.
showtime
Some books and stories stay with you long after you've read them. Not Telling by Cindy Vine, is one of those that will stay with the reader for a long time. It's not always a feel good book, the warm and cuddly kind, but a very real gutsy piece of fiction that by the time you've read the whole story will get under your skin. Rape is a difficult subject matter for any author to handle. However, Cindy Vine handles it expertly in unfolding a tale, although fiction, that resonates the very real stories experienced by many women around the world everyday. This is a story we all need to hear.
Malaris
When I read this book, I honestly thought that it was an autobiography of sorts. Only after I came back to Amazon to write this review, did I take note of the fact that it was not. It is written in such a way though, that makes me question weather the author went through a similar experience herself, and simply put it into a fictional story to help release the pain. Jenny certainly has a lot of bad luck, what with being raped at least 3 times, her mom dying in a car accident, her uncaring father (who eventually turns out good), her cruel sadistic sister (she doesn't have a very good life). It was sad, but in a way I think that's what makes it so good. Because life is sad, and things rarely work out the way that you want. If you're looking for a novel that actually feels realistic for the most part, then I would suggest this book.

Cheers
Puchock
Cindy Vine has written another good book that kept me interested till the end. I myself had a hate/hate relationship with my sister, nothing like Jenny went through, but she always made sure she made me feel worthless. Maybe that's why I enjoyed this book, I got to cry for "Jenny" while really crying for myself. Read for yourself and find your own reason to enjoy this book.
Ohatollia
Cindy Vine takes you through the troubled childhood of a young girl who found too many abusive situations but got through it. While some of the stories are not as bad as others I do not suggest reading if you are currently struggling with PTSD from sexual trauma. Tell the story of an abused child, who turns into a depressed teen, who grows into a beautiful woman with a secret past and horrific trauma is something that takes a certain touch of delicacy and understanding which is very well grasped by Vine. I give this book a 4 star only because there are people who could be triggered by its stories.
lubov
once again brilliant story from Cindy Vine I could not put this book down I had to read it until the end
every peace of the book has a great story line to it it is just as good as Bill B as both of these story
you will find your self reading them until the end
I thing three stars is to say I like it and it is good read a must
Good book