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The Truth Teller
The Truth Teller
Author: Angela Hunt
All Lara Godfrey wanted was the chance to bear her late husband's child, but the fertility doctor betrayed her trust. That's why Lara fled the clinic before the baby's birth. It's why she changed her name and hid for five years. All for the sake of her beloved little Hunter, who has grown to be a very unusual child. He has a spectacular gif...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781595540478
ISBN-10: 1595540474
Publication Date: 1/10/2006
Pages: 448
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 36 ratings
Publisher: WestBow Press
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 4
The background story of heroine Lara's life was very emotionally tugging. I cried just thinking about what life would be like if I were to become a twenty-something widow.
The friendship relationship between the heroine and her adorable neighbor was great to watch unfold.
I did not at all like the fact that several years went by during which we miss getting to see Hunter and his mommy's daily life.. And Lara really changed a bit during that time, too. Her attitude becomes more self-preserving, and maybe just a little selfishly fixated on her son, at times even to the exclusion of the man who loves her.
I really liked the beginning half of the book better, not because of the plot--which didn't fail to keep this reader interested--but because of the unique, fragile, tender and ultimately life-changing relationship that we get to see develop between Lara and the man who slowly becomes her best friend.
In the second half of the book, though, we do get to see things like redemption, and what happens when coworkers, or people who are believed to have known us well, think they see something and completely take things one says and mistakenly take them out of context, and how that can be more damaging to us than any objective person's word.
In all, a great story, and certainly heart-moving.
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Angela Hunt is one of my favorite Christian authors! THis book keeps you going to the end.A book about how far science may think of going to proof their theories!
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This book was so amazing. The concepts in it were deep and thought provoking. The action and suspense kept me closely engaged and the hints of romance were sweet. I really felt by the end of the book I knew the characters inside and out. I had a hard time getting my work done because I wanted to read this book strait through.
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Wow what a good book. Once in a while one will sneak up on you and also be an author you never read. This is an older book but one that you dont want to miss. It has Christain undertones but not in a preachy sense, just a good read with good language and no sex. I hate reviews that tell you most of the story but Im sure you will not be disappointed with this one !!!