What if everything you had ever known was a lie ? What if you had gaps in your memory and didn't know the reason behind it?
Review: The Language of Secrets-Dianne Dixon –2010
Justin Fisher has it all , a wonderful career , a loving wife and child. Now in order to move on with his life , he is ready to meet his estranged family unfortunatley it is easier said than done. When Justin Fisher arrives to his hometown , he finds out that his parents have both passed away. Upon visiting their graves, he notices a small grave next to it – His own. How can this be, when he is standing right here? This is where the book gets very exciting as we are dragged into the world of Justin Fisher and we learn all about his empty past, why has he got so many gaps and how come is sisters don't recognise him ? Can Justin Fisher find out the who he is and why their is a grave for him or will he realise that in order to move on with his future, that the past doesn't matter or will his eager task to find out the past put strain on his new family and cause more heartache? A lovely and compelling story that in parts is quite heart-wrenching and the main topic of the story is a subject that actually happens in everyday life.