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Ing that ghosts could be real drives her search but Aunt Ruby's plans for Abby don't include revealing secrets kept for seventy years Oh there's dirty laundry she'd like to air just not her own Indulging in the attentions of the house's handsome caretaker helps numb her pain but Abby's ex boyfriend won't let. New to me author Brandy Heineman delivered an intriguing novel that held my interest throughout The book was somewhat different than what I am used to but interesting nevertheless Its reasonably slow moving plot fits perfectly with the Southern background of the storyFilled with characters with secrets or unresolved issues the story revolves around Abby Wells who after her mother s death and loss of her job leaves everything to attempt to discover her family roots Her Georgia relatives are somewhat weird to say the least and Abby s Aunt Ruby soon has her believing that the family home is inhabited by a ghost Needless to say secrets are revealed and Abby discovers the truth about her ghost Abby is a character who is difficult to like or understand but I found myself pitying her and her plight I did admire her ex boyfriend Greg whose persistence won me over Whispers in the Branches will appeal to those with interest in genealogy and Southern literature I enjoyed it immenselyThis book was provided for review by the Book Club Network

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Go of the past He hounds her about his new found religion in hopes of reconciling but why reach for him or the God who couldn't or wouldn't spare her mom In the stillness of the old house the spirit world feels so close she can almost touch it But she doesn't know yet that there's than one way to be haunted. When Abby contacts her 88 year old Aunt Ruby asking to visit and hopefully do some filling in of the missing information on her family tree She finds herself researching and finding that she hoped for Genealogy research isn t always a good wonderful experience and she finds some things in the past family members would just as soon be left there I found a little mystery and her experiences with a ghost entertaining I received a copy from The BookClub Network bookfunorg for my opinion which I have given

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Tending a void in her heart that demands to be filled Abby Wells uproots her life in Ohio to move into the ancestral home in Georgia Now that her mom is gone it's her best chance to connect with the last of her family and she can't deny the pull of the supposedly haunted house The seductive comfort of believ. Wonderful storyI enjoyed reading this book It describes a lot of issues for a young woman who gets to know family that she had never seen before One of these is her father I don t want to spoil the story so pick up and read it for yourself You will be glad you did


10 thoughts on “Whispers in the Branches

  1. says:

    This book was given to me in a Goodreads Giveaway in exchange for my honest opinionThis is the first book I ever won in a Giveaway and I was extremely excited because many religious books don't have ghost hunting or genealogy as themes However I found myself disenchanted with the book the I read Half way through

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    Wonderful storyI enjoyed reading this book It describes a lot of issues for a young woman who gets to know family that she had never seen before One of these is her father I don't want to spoil the story so pick up and read it for yourself You will be glad you did

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    Surely every man walks about as a phantom; surely they make an uproar for nothing; He amasses riches and does not know who will gather them Psalm 396The story opens Jan 18 21012 with Ruby Watts an 88 year old causing others to whisper things like 'she ain't right or old and funny assuming she can't hear but she can and has her memory too H

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    Will Abby Find Self Family True Love?What to do when your fiancé fires you instead of defending you; your mother has recently died

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    New to me author Brandy Heineman delivered an intriguing novel that held my interest throughout The book was somewhat different than

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    Brandy Heineman's book Whispers in the Branches is a great story that follows the main character Abby while she searches for answers to uestions about her family She leaves her home in Ohio after losing her job and breaking up with her boyfriend Greg She goes to Kennasaw Georgia to visit her Aunt Ruby after he

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    Brandy Heineman is a master of metaphors and vibrant writing Her meticulous attention to detail in this book is what brings the book alive Set

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    When Abby contacts her 88 year old Aunt Ruby asking to visit and hopefully do some filling in of the missing information on her family tree She finds herself researching and finding that she hoped for Genealogy research isn't always a good wonderful experience and she finds some things in the past family members would just as soon be left there I found a little mystery and her experiences with a ghost entertaining I re

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    I've always enjoyed Brandy's ability to write one sentence with multiple meanings Her metaphors are sneaky and sometimes only understood after a second or third reading This book as with her short stories unfolds in different ways every time I read The first of course I was focused on the mystery The second the message And every time since