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eBook Cry No More ePub

by Linda Howard

  • ISBN: 0749935030
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Linda Howard
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Piatkus Books (February 2004)
  • Pages: 368
  • ePub book: 1425 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1519 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 413

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I've always heard great things about Linda Howard, but with so many books out there, I've just never gotten around to reading any of her work. I must be living under a rock.

I've always heard great things about Linda Howard, but with so many books out there, I've just never gotten around to reading any of her work. Why have I waited so long??

Ballantine books, new york.

Ballantine books, new york.

I have read most of Linda Howards books and Cry No More is by far in a league of its own. That is not to say her others are not note worthy on some . This was my first Linda Howard novel, and I really didn't know what to expect. That is not to say her others are not note worthy on some levels, but Ms. Howard puled out all the stops to pen something that stays with the reader long after you finish the last line. The writing felt a little impersonal sometimes the way it's written in third person; and the over-telling of every detail made this a really slow story for me. From the chapter where the baby is stolen to the last page I could not it down

Visions of new computers danced in Milla’s head, but that wasn’t what kept her awake in her hotel bed that night.

Visions of new computers danced in Milla’s head, but that wasn’t what kept her awake in her hotel bed that night. She felt as if she had plunged headlong into a fire and emerged unscathed; she was almost giddy with hope

Linda Howard weaves these elements into page-turning fiction

Linda Howard weaves these elements into page-turning fiction. Cry No More is a seductive thriller of heartbreak and obsession that moves with a vengeance. Linda Howard is the award-winning author of many New York Times bestsellers, including Dying to Please, Open Season, Mr. Perfect, All the Queen's Men, Now You See Her, Kill and Tell, and Son of the Morning. She lives in Alabama with her husband and two golden retrievers.

Cry No More Howard, Linda Random House (USA) 9780345453426 Просто плачь : Fueled by an obsession to fill the void in other peoples lives, Milla Edge finds lost children . Cry No More, Howard, Linda. Варианты приобретения. Кол-во: о цене Наличие: Отсутствует.

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бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Count your blessings; they can be snatched away in an instant. It is a sentiment Milla Edge knows too well

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. It is a sentiment Milla Edge knows too well. With an astonishing blend of savvy, instinct, and passion, Milla displays an uncanny gift for finding lost children. When all seems helpless, desperate souls from across the country come to her for hope and results. Driven by an obsessive desire to fill the void in other peoples lives, Milla throws herself into every caseall the while trying to outrun the brutal emotions stemming from a horrific tragedy in her past

Cry No More Author: Linda Howard. In the six weeks since, each day seemed to bring some small change as the infant grew; the dark fuzz on his head had become blond, his eyes were more blue and alert.

Cry No More Author: Linda Howard. He was noticing things, recognizing voices, waving his arms and legs in a jerky, uncoordinated rhythm as his little muscles grew in strength. He had an angry cry, a hungry cry, an uncomfortable cry, and a cranky cry. Milla had been able to tell the difference within days.

Howard Linda - Cry No More 469895. Just astonishing book! I was crying myself. After the Night by Linda Howard .FAITH DEVLIN: A poor, outcast child in Prescott, Louisiana, she'd always adored the town's golden boy from afar. not to feel a powerful surge of desire.

Comments

Joni_Dep Joni_Dep
I have read most of Linda Howards books and Cry No More is by far in a league of its own. That is not to say her others are not note worthy on some levels, but Ms. Howard puled out all the stops to pen something that stays with the reader long after you finish the last line.
Many reviewers have given their own synopsis's of the book so its not needed.
From the chapter where the baby is stolen to the last page I could not it down. There's a scene where the two main characters are caught in the white water rapids fighting to survive, and I was blown away by her description of their struggle.
The grief the mother goes through after she makes a tough decision ripped my heart out. From anger to tears and back and forth until she finally could get herself together had my stomach in knots because I felt I could feel hurt-the description was right on target.
Do yourself a favor and read this book.
Hawk Flying Hawk Flying
Absolutely heartbreaking but so compelling.

I cried my eyes out at the end, like hiccuping sobs and I'm really not an emotional person. This story with this mother and her missing son just really hit me hard. I couldn't ever imagine being in this reality, and I had to take many moments of putting the story aside and telling myself this was just a story. Fiction. But the sad fact is, this happens. Children get stolen from good people without ever knowing what happened to them. Cry No More was the story of one woman's journey of ten years trying to find her missing son.

To be honest, I'm not sure how anyone could dedicate so much time to writing such a heartbreaking and depressing story of which there seems to be no possible happy ending. And I was right: there was no perfect, happy ending. Because good mothers like our heroine do not sacrifice their children's happiness for their own. The ending was the way it was supposed to be. Cry No More doesn't offer a perfect HEA, but it does end on a positive journey of healing, sacrifice, and love.

This was my first Linda Howard novel, and I really didn't know what to expect. The writing felt a little impersonal sometimes the way it's written in third person; and the over-telling of every detail made this a really slow story for me. I kept thinking each detail was important to the story so I tried to pay attention, but it turned out they didn't mean a thing. It kinda threw me off and had me skimming often times.

The romance was late to begin, but when it began I was completely invested. Diaz is an all-man hero who might have a dark side to him. The love story took a backseat, but overall, it was steamy and refreshingly unique.

I wasn't in love with the writing style, but I did like this story. It was a little slow for me; though, it's definitely one that slowly burns its way into your heart.

Cry No More was a heart-wrencher with some steamy romance, suspense, and secrets that begin to unravel until one woman becomes closer than ever to finding her long-lost son. Don't read unless you're prepared to cry your eyes right out.
Fearlesshunter Fearlesshunter
The subject matter made this a much sadder and more emotional read than most romances and that is not a bad thing but I felt that a little more attention to the relationship between the main characters would have made this a much more satisfying read and ameliorated the wrenching nature of the subject matter. The last 20% of the book is where the best writing happens and gives the most emotional pay off.

This was well written and the reader can make an emotional investment in the main characters. Milla is both strong and vulnerable and as a result very likeable. Diaz is a classic alpha but with appropriate tenderness when required. However to be a truly great read a little less time could have been spent on gritty scenes in dirty cantinas and doings of the baddies and more time on the following:

- Diaz's motivation for what he does and how he started down the path of assassin. Yes he had a bad relationship with his mother but seemed to have a reasobably stable one with his father. What major event in his life sent him on his crusade against evil people?

- Some closure between Milla and her family would have rounded out the emotions of the story better.

- Closure between Milla and the two main villains was also needed to round out the story. I didn't mind so much that their taking down was 'off camera' but still the way the reader is simply told they are arrested was not sufficient given the enormous betrayal of Milla by them both.

- A longer epilogue with more on how Diaz adjusted to a normal lifestyle and how they both adjusted to parenthood would have made up for the sadness of most of the story.