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The Secrets We Bury kindle ´ Paperback ì 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 it—he has anger issues But Believers Charter School is 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 The Secrets We Bury was the first book I have read by this author and I definitely plan on reading of her books This book was an interesting and entertaining book that kept me hooked from the first page One of my favorite things about this book was that it focused on such a serious subject mental health The main character Dylan was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder which is something I have never heard of before It was really refreshing to see the disorder expressed in such an honest and normalized way I don't have any personal experience with dealing with mental health but I felt like the author handled the subject in an honest and accurate way The author made it easy to relate to Dylan and his mental health and to really understand what he was going throughDylan was a really awesome main character He was just so authentic and honest He was very aware of the flaws he had and he wasn't afraid to admit that he had those flaws I loved how he described what it was like to be misunderstood and how I really understood what he was going through Dylan grew a lot in this book through the different things he experienced and I loved going on that journey with himThe romance in this story was well done and very thoughtful I really felt the connection between the couple and I was rooting for them SO HARD They respected and understood each other so much I loved how well they fit together I would read books just about themI also really liked the hiking element of this story I thought it added such a uniue and intriguing plot to the story I don't know much about serious hiking but it was clear that the author did a lot of research on the topic or has a lot of personal experience with hiking I feel like I am an expert hiker nowOverall this was a really fun and memorable story If you are looking for a uniue YA contemporary romance I would recommend checking out this book4 5 Fangs This ebook was given to me in exchange for an honest review MrsLeif's Two Fangs About ItFacebookTwitter

The Secrets We Bury 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 The Secrets We Bury was the first book I have read by this author and I definitely plan on reading of her books This book was an interesting and entertaining book that kept me hooked from the first page One of my favorite things about this book was that it focused on such a serious subject mental health The main character Dylan was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder which is something I have never heard of before It was really refreshing to see the disorder expressed in such an honest and normalized way I don't have any personal experience with dealing with mental health but I felt like the author handled the subject in an honest and accurate way The author made it easy to relate to Dylan and his mental health and to really understand what he was going throughDylan was a really awesome main character He was just so authentic and honest He was very aware of the flaws he had and he wasn't afraid to admit that he had those flaws I loved how he described what it was like to be misunderstood and how I really understood what he was going through Dylan grew a lot in this book through the different things he experienced and I loved going on that journey with himThe romance in this story was well done and very thoughtful I really felt the connection between the couple and I was rooting for them SO HARD They respected and understood each other so much I loved how well they fit together I would read books just about themI also really liked the hiking element of this story I thought it added such a uniue and intriguing plot to the story I don't know much about serious hiking but it was clear that the author did a lot of research on the topic or has a lot of personal experience with hiking I feel like I am an expert hiker nowOverall this was a really fun and memorable story If you are looking for a uniue YA contemporary romance I would recommend checking out this book4 5 Fangs This ebook was given to me in exchange for an honest review MrsLeif's Two Fangs About ItFacebookTwitter

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The Secrets We Bury Ä 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 kindle Ô The Secrets We Bury Ù Stacie Ramey

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Stacie Ramey Ù The Secrets We Bury book Independence 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 Despite a bit of a shaky start this ended up being a pretty solid book I thought Ms Ramey did an excellent job immersing her readers in Dylan's internal thought process the good the bad and the ugly and it made for a compelling read His earlier creepy behavior aside it was hard not to feel empathy for Dylan even when he did things I didn't completely agree with My only real complaint about the book is what appears to be a dropped plot point view spoilerwhat happened to Sophie's mom hide spoiler