More Than We Can Tell (Letters to the Lost, #2) by Brigid Kemmerer

More Than We Can Tell (Letters to the Lost, #2)

*While this book exists in the same universe as Letters to the Lost, it is a standalone title.*Rev Fletcher is battling the demons of his past. But with loving adoptive parents by his side, he’s managed to keep them at bay...until he gets a letter from his abusive father and the trauma of his childhood comes hurtling back.Emma Blue spends her time perfecting the computer game she built from scratch, rather than facing her parents’ crumbling m...


Details More Than We Can Tell (Letters to the Lost, #2)

TitleMore Than We Can Tell (Letters to the Lost, #2)
ISBN9781681190143
Author
Release DateMar 6th, 2018
PublisherBloomsbury Children's
GenreYoung Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Rating

Reviews More Than We Can Tell (Letters to the Lost, #2)

  • jessica
    2018-04-27
    ‘letters to the lost’ was one of my favourite books of 2017, so you can imagine how hyped i was for this. and i had no doubt it would meet my expectations and more. kemmerer has such a unique way of bringing characters to life. although they do tend to have tragic and emotional backgrounds, it just makes reading about their growth all the more relatable and realistic. i really enjoyed this and im keeping my fingers crossed that there will be ...
  • Tan Markovic
    2018-02-02
    5/5 stars.Oh, my heart aches...I picked up Letters to the Lost on a whim earlier this year and ended up falling in love with the story and all of the characters - it genuinely took me by surprise. One of my favourite characters, and I'm sure most people who have read Letters would agree, had to be Rev. His story was touched upon in Letters and I was so excited when I saw More Than We Can Tell was available on Netgalley and I was given a cop for r...
  • Sana
    2018-04-07
    three words: REV FUCKIGN FLETCHERsorry can't see anything through these tears, goodbye and goodnight, I'll just lie down here and cry until I die.Buddy read with the first cycle
  • may ❀
    2018-04-06
    my only outstanding personality trait is my love rev fletcher RTC4.5 stars!!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~the first book was literally my everything so IM SO EXCITED FOR THIS ONE FT. MY BABY REV Buddy read with meme monster
  • destiny ☠ howling libraries
    2018-02-06
    #1 Letters to the Lost ★★★★★#2 More Than We Can Tell ★★★☆☆After the absolute delight that was Letters to the Lost – and, even more, considering how much I adored Rev’s character in that book – I thought there was no way this book could be anything less than a home run for me. Unfortunately, I think I may have overestimated this one. I tried to write a standard review of this book, but honestly, there’s just not that mu...
  • katherine
    2018-02-26
    ”He says the Internet makes too many people loud, and too many people silent, but the loud ones are all we hear... We have to ask questions to hear the silent people” Letters to the lost was one of my favourite books last year so when I got accepted for an arc of this on netgalley I was practically jumping up and down with joy, I did have quite high expectations as I really wanted to love it and I can happily confirm that it was the case and ...
  • Jen ♥Star-Crossed Book Blog♥
    2018-02-21
    ***4.5/5 Stars***More Than We Can Tell was an emotional book that was the perfect mixture of heart-wrenching and oh so sweet. So I definitely wasn't surprised that I had tears in my eyes, when I was only a few chapters into this story. It was a testament to how easily these characters captured my heart. And while this can be read as a standalone, I recommend picking up Letters to the Lost too. That story first introduced us to Rev, and it was o...
  • Beth
    2018-01-23
    Thank you Netgalley for providing me an arc in exchange for an honest reviewTrigger Warning: Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Violence4 Stars!When I first read Letters to the Lost, I loved the characters in that book, Rev was 100000% included, in fact he was probably my favourite, and this time around we got Revs story and my heart is bursting with love for him. I knew this book was going to be slightly darker, but it had to be as we only knew bits and piece...
  • Jessica
    2018-04-16
    Heavy sigh.This is actually really difficult to rate and review. I’ll have to divide my review into The Good vs. The Bad.Let’s start with what I liked. The Good:This really was a good book. I’m a fan of Kemmerer’s writing, she’s a great storyteller who manages to grab your attention and won’t let it go throughout the story. I loved her Elemental series and I really liked the preceeding novel to this one, Letters to the Lost. Thing is,...
  • Roobie
    2018-04-03
    ⭐4 stars⭐ We all have free will, Rev. If it's a test for you, it's a test for me, for Mom, and even a test for your father. You could look at all of life as a test. No one lives in a vacuum. Our actions have an impact on everyone around us. Sometimes without us even realizing it. A test implies that you alone are being challenged. But that's impossible when you're surrounded by others whose actions affect your decisions.If there's any test he...
  • Merphy Napier
    2018-03-27
    This is the companion to Letters To The LostLetters to the Lost focused more on the Romance, More Than We Can Tell focuses more on family, friendships, and individual struggles, and there's a really cute romance thrown in there too :)This book was phenomenal! Getting to go deeper into Rev's life and his struggles is so amazing and so heartbreaking and seeing him navigate these things with the support of his best friend (Declan) and his amazing ad...
  • Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
    2017-12-05
    4.5 Stars!Last year Letters to the Lost was one of my top ten reads so it was pretty much a no brainer that More Than We Can Tell would be high on my priority list of must read books for 2018.Throw in that this is Rev's story and yeah, I wasn't missing out on this for the world. Kemmerer has done as amazing job of sliding right into the YA Contemporary genre. Not only was this just as beautiful, just as emotional as it's predecessor but I think i...
  • Zainab Shah
    2018-05-23
    Okay but I liked it more than Letters To The Lost...?I was actually dreading reading this because I loved LTTL so much and was scared that the second part might not be just as good but damnnnnn. I just finished this book and it's (unexpectedly) hard to process what just happened. There were some parts that had me all happy and giddy but at the same time all emotional and shit. I mean I know I loved Juliet and Declan but Rev and Emma? Wow, just wo...
  • Alana • thebookishchick
    2018-04-28
    I WILL DIE FOR REV FLETCHER. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. I will legitimately do anything to make this poor tortured man smile.Get your survival kits ready because you're going to need them. (Make sure they include a ton of tissues)You can find my full review HEREORHere's a list of things you can expect:-a lump in your throat 90% of this book from withholding SO MANY tears-gamer girls, YES PLS-strong male friendships are the new black-Rev's entire backsto...
  • Amy's Book Reviews
    2018-03-10
    4.5 STARSEmma is being stalked by an online predator but won’t tell her feuding parents. While walking her dog, she encounters Rev, a brooding classmate known as Grim Reaper. Hiding beneath a hoodie, Rev isn’t grim, but his is in pain from his biological father’s abuse and tries to hide from his adoptive parents. Rev and Emma slowly open up to each other, but danger lurks near for each.MORE THAN WE CAN TELL has all the right elements of a g...
  • Ishmeen
    2017-12-28
    3.5/5 stars!! Letters to the Lost was one of my favourite reads of 2017 so I would like to thank the publishers from Netgalley for providing me an arc for Rev's story. First of all, I really liked meeting Emma and getting to know more about Rev! However in terms of the romance I was hoping for a bit more - it was cute and unique but there wasn't as much of a spark between the two that there was between Juliette and Declan which I was hoping for. ...
  • Cri (PaperbacksandPizza)
    2018-02-10
    English/ItalianoFirst of all, I have to say I am not a native english speaker so, please, I prefer to not be attacked, if I made any mistakes. Instead of do that, it would be nice if you corrected me, thank you :) Most importantly, I would like to thank NetGalley and publishers for allowing me to read this book. Thank you very much. RELEASE DATE: MARCH 6, 2018. TODAY!!It was a little bit difficult reading this book, not due to how was the book it...
  • Sophie Elaina
    2018-01-10
    I was thrilled when my request on NetGalley for this book was accepted and I am even more thrilled now that I've read it, because this was a seriously wonderful read. This is filled with both an extremely deep and impactful plot and a lovely set of characters that are so well developed. Since reading Letters to the Lost I've been waiting for more from Brigid Kemmerer. That book was one of the best books I read last year so the fact that this was ...
  • Stacee
    2018-02-04
    I loved the glimpses of Rev that we got in Letters to the Lost, so I was beyond excited to see he was getting his own story. Rev is strong and good and struggles to believe that. Emma is smart and maybe lacking on personal interaction. Together they are broken, but find something they needed in each other. I loved seeing Geoff and Kristin and Declan and Juliet. Matthew was an interesting addition and I would have loved just a little bit more with...
  • TL
    2018-03-07
    3.5 starsThis review is all over the place (a combination of regular review and random musings) and may not make sense completely haha... I did love the book but some things I didn't like too.It may not complete sense haha.----I remember feeling wary when I read the summary for this. Don'tget me wrong, I was excited to get to know Rev better. What we know/see of him in Letters had me curious about him.So I was cautiously excited when I started t...
  • Amber Robertson
    2018-06-03
    CLICK HERE TO SEE MY REVIEW FOR MORE THAN WE CAN TELL ON MY BLOGMore Than We Can Tell wasn’t perfect but it has become of my favourite books so quickly it is slightly scary. This book was one that tugged at my heartstrings instantly and made me desperately need a hug. I mentioned this in my review for Letters of the Lost but I actually read this book before the first (oops) so all my emotions hadn’t been stepped on or crushed just yet. This b...
  • Hollis
    2018-04-01
    God, this author has put me through the wringer again. At least this time I was (sorta) prepared for it.I think the thing most consistent about Kemmerer's stories in this "series" isn't just the unfiltered truth of her characters, or the dark events and real awfulness of life, but it's that she offers her readers flawed characters. She presents us with sixteen and seventeen year olds, complete with their messy emotions, with their baggage and sca...
  • Nadia Awadi
    2018-04-16
    I started More Than We Can Tell at 8 pm thinking that I would read for 2 hours and go to sleep.2 hours turned into 6 hours. I slept at 2 am. Woke up at 6 am like a zombie. But who cares? Probably my parents.Rating: 3.75 stars Rev Fletcher and Emma Blue have few things in common. But both their worlds are falling apart. After receiving a letter from his father Rev is afraid, and not just from the memories hunting him. While Emma is trying to ke...
  • Misty
    2017-11-29
    Oh my heart!!!!I really loved Letters to the Lost and was so excited to hear that Rev was getting his own book!!If anyone deserves a HEA, it's Rev!!!I loved Rev. He was tortured, but beautiful. The conflict going through his mind made me hurt so much for him. But he had such wonderful parents and Declan and even Emma to get him through everything. Emma was going through her own personal drama at home. Her family life wasn't all rainbows and butte...
  • Irene Sim
    2018-03-12
    This was all that I hoped for and more.Rev and Emma's story was very different from Declan and Julie's because they both were so much into their own heads and made them difficult to open up to each other. Nonetheless, I enjoyed their story equally.Mrs Kemmerer may write YA fiction but she avoids all the tropes the gender usually is full of. This time she engages the topic of internet bullying and foster-care along with the heroes story. I love ho...