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Buried, But Not Forgotten by Tammy D.…

Buried, But Not Forgotten

by Tammy D. Thompson

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In this novel, Buried, But Not Forgotten, Beth Laney is a girl who transforms into a woman so very quickly. She grew into an adult far quicker than she expected. A combination of feeling lost and alone left her vulnerable and confused for a while until she came across a few people who became very important to her, a few more important than she would ever imagine. And everything that seemed uncertain and mixed up in her life, little by little begin to fall into place like missing pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, scattered and strewn throughout her entire life until that point.There are many types of losses, but some are more devastating than others. Some things can be gotten over in a matter of time, but other things seem to linger and remain, testing time to the limit. And sometimes, burying something doesn't always mean it's gone forever. You can bury a person, a feeling, a memory: all of these things can explain where Beth reaches her peak in experiencing what life is truly about. Instead of thinking that fear and hopelessness rule a heart, Beth finds out that there is love, friendship, and hope for a future. But it takes facing the unseen to let her see things more clearly. Many things can be buried, but a few things will remain etched in the mind forever, and so it was. Her mind became like a piece of stone in history, knowing the truth, but getting past it. And still, to Beth, those things are Buried, But Not Forgotten.

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