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The Secrets We Bury Free download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ In an effort to escape his family Dylan decides to hike the Appalachian trail—but he never expected to run into loveDylan Taggart is on the run His family is trying to put him in a school for psychologically challenged students and he gets iIndependence but being alone on the trail is than he bargained for Then he meets a mysterious hiker named Sophie and the two begin to develop a bond he never expected But will love be enough to escape what they're both running fro. I was first introduced to Ramey's storytelling in her previous novel The Sister Pact which I truly liked As for The Secrets We Bury while it is an interesting story it just didn't work that much for meFirst off I just couldn't connect with Dylan or Ghost and that was one major issue for me throughout the story because I couldn't genuinely care about their situation Also it felt somewhat drawn out to the point where I'd become distracted or end up feeling lost while reading I'm not saying it's not a good story the thing is it didn't work that much for me I was also a bit annoyed with Dylan and all he was putting his family through I know everybody goes through different things but I feel that after what had happened with his father he shouldn't add distress to the situation The same for Ghost Her attitude frustrated me a lot Good thing both had a little growth by the endAll the issues aside I can see readers relating to Dylan's character in some ways And I did like how he went out of his way to help other people and all the things he did toward the end of the story were commendable The writing is also great with the exception of those draggy moments Again not a bad story I was just expecting so much

The Secrets We BuryIndependence but being alone on the trail is than he bargained for Then he meets a mysterious hiker named Sophie and the two begin to develop a bond he never expected But will love be enough to escape what they're both running fro. I was first introduced to Ramey's storytelling in her previous novel The Sister Pact which I truly liked As for The Secrets We Bury while it is an interesting story it just didn't work that much for meFirst off I just couldn't connect with Dylan or Ghost and that was one major issue for me throughout the story because I couldn't genuinely care about their situation Also it felt somewhat drawn out to the point where I'd become distracted or end up feeling lost while reading I'm not saying it's not a good story the thing is it didn't work that much for me I was also a bit annoyed with Dylan and all he was putting his family through I know everybody goes through different things but I feel that after what had happened with his father he shouldn't add distress to the situation The same for Ghost Her attitude frustrated me a lot Good thing both had a little growth by the endAll the issues aside I can see readers relating to Dylan's character in some ways And I did like how he went out of his way to help other people and all the things he did toward the end of the story were commendable The writing is also great with the exception of those draggy moments Again not a bad story I was just expecting so much

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The Secrets We Bury à D he gets it he has anger issues But Believers Charter School is a complete overreaction So he decides a six month hike on the Appalachian Trail is the perfect place to hide out until he can legally drop out of schoolDylan wanted. Going into this I didn't know what to expect I hadn't read anything by Stacie before and there hadn't been too much buzz about The Secrets We Bury However given the setting the Appalachian Trail and the mention of secrets I decided to give it a try As it turns out I'm SO GLAD I did because The Secrets We Bury blew me away I loved this book way than I had anticipated and I'm now on a mission to read all of Stacie's past books The Secrets We Bury introduces Dylan an almost eighteen year old who's on the run from his family his past and his problems From the first page Dylan's voice grabbed me It was refreshing as well as uniue and I appreciated the bluntness honesty and care conveyed through it As the book progresses we learn that Dylan has Sensory Processing Disorder which affects the way in which he responds to his environment because of his diagnosis Dylan has never felt completely at peace with the world around him He knows he sometimes he says and does the wrong thing that sometimes he lets his emotions get the best of him but he can't help it and now that he's suffering from a major loss Dylan doesn't know what to do but run away from it all I thought that Stacie did a fantastic job of developing Dylan's diagnosis I could understand why he acted the way he did and why he felt the need to run What I loved even however was how much the Appalachian Trail challenged and eventually changed him Dylan's journey gave him a sense of purpose especially when it came to protecting his two newest friends as well as surviving on his own I think anyone will be able to relate to Dylan's coming of age of finding a home in an unexpected place I know I did Additionally I loved seeing Dylan's relationships with The Ghost and Rainman develop over the course of the book The relationships brought layers of emotion to the book that made it what it was Without The Ghost and Rainman I don't think this book would be nearly as fantastic The Secrets We Bury contains a relatively cut and dry plot It's character driven rather than action driven; however never once did I feel bored or in need of excitement because I was just so fascinated so committed to the characters and their stories The setting especially worked well here Stacie did a fantastic job of bringing it to life She also brought so many aspects of hikingcamping culture that I had no idea about I especially liked seeing the sense of community that came with the Trail They were one big family not always a happy one but a caring one for sure And yet again I a person who outright despises camping want to go camping now because of a book As mentioned before this book focuses a lot on self growth There was a slight mystery to be had within this as it wasn't crystal clear what exactly was making Dylan run That aspect kept me especially hooked I had my theories and I was dying to know the truth I also appreciated that while there was a romance it wasn't a huge part of the book I think it made it all the sweater when something romance related did occur Highly moving as well as beautifully written Stacie Ramey has a uiet yet strong story to be found within The Secrets We Bury Perfect for fans who love Jenn Bennett ARC was provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Book Blog | Twitter | Bloglovin | Goodreads characters Å PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Stacie Ramey

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Stacie Ramey ☆ 5 review In an effort to escape his family Dylan decides to hike the Appalachian trail but he never expected to run into loveDylan Taggart is on the run His family is trying to put him in a school for psychologically challenged students an. Dylan has Sensory Integration Disorder often acts narcissistically and doesn’t know what he doesn’t know To escape another school for teens with behavior issues he runs away to hike the Appalachian Trail where he meets an older man and a teenage girl who’s lives will all be changedSeveral years ago a governor disappeared for a weekend to visit his mistress in South America; he told his staffers he would be hiking the Appalachian Trail For a while “hiking the Appalachian Trail” became euphemism lies and deception I couldn’t help but giggle during the early parts of THE SECRETS WE BURY when he referred to hiking the trailStacie Ramey created a realistic characterization of the troubled Dylan at the start of the story but seemed to give his obsessions up too easily for plot conveniences For example Dylan was only comfortable wearing cotton but easily gave them up for appropriate hiking gear As someone who has some sensory issues not to the extent of a disorder I’d probably forgo a hike or wear cotton anyway because only cotton feels right on my skin Dylan made a few easy switches from his comfort He also developed insight into his impact on others and seemed to be able to heal most of his troublesome idiosyncrasies to become a hero I don’t doubt the solitude of hiking and challenging oneself to physical demands would give room for emotional growth but his journey seemed too miraculous I also thought Dylan telling his mother he should attend the school seemed corny The fact he expected uick forgiveness from his cousin and that she gave it him also felt yep convenientTHE SECRETS WE BURY gives representation to a little know neuropsychological disorder which in itself will make the story worth reading for some Since those with Sensory Processing disorders aren’t monolithic and exist in degrees of severity some people may see themselves represented in Dylan than others At times the story lagged for me but I do enjoy reading Ramey’s books and look forward to her next one