See Me

See Me


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See Me by Adrienne Thompson

Olivia Moy is ready to tell her story. Can you handle her truth?

"I loved him so much. I loved him and I hated him. I needed him and I needed to be free of him. He was everything to me and he'd taken everything away from me."

Olivia Moy, widow of a beloved author, struggles to cope with the untimely death of her husband. Seeking solace with her only child, she soon befriends a neighbor and begins to reveal closely-held marital secrets. Can she find healing without destroying her late-husband's legacy?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780983756989
Publisher: Pink Cashmere Publishing Company
Publication date: 11/23/2012
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.60(d)

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See Me 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
JaeRenee More than 1 year ago
Olivia Moy's relationship w/David Moy is a tough one to watch. What seems great on the outside to so many others is not always as good as it may seem. Adrienne took us on a journey that a lot of us question when in a relationship, Is love really enough?  We as humans sometimes have demons that come back to haunt us if not handled properly. What's hiding in your closet and have you fully healed from your past? Domestic violence is real, it has no race, age, or gender.
JGRWriter More than 1 year ago
"See Me" by Adrienne Thompson is a remarkable read. On the surface, lives a story about the death of David Moy, and his wife's difficulties in coping with his passing. Readers are introduced to a seemingly timid Olivia Moy, as she mourns the loss of a man that was highly regarded and respected in the literary field. Everyone knew... everyone knew that Olivia was David's everything. He made it known in work after work - se was his muse. He worship his wife's beauty in poems and novels; additionally, David Moy was undeniably talented. So, what could have caused his death? Why would someone so talented part this world  just suddenly, leaving behind a early/mid-20s son, Jason and an amazing wife? Growing up, I was always told that "the grass always looks greener on the other side" ... even, "come and see me, and come and live with me are two different things". These warnings hold true in this story. Where the novel opens up and eventually ends is in stark contrast. As I read, taking time to dive into this skillfully written piece, I wondered how Ms. Thompson was able to practice such clever restraint in bundling up a deep and fascinating tale. I eagerly flew through the pages, wanting more and more, and still much more. Yet, only when Ms. Thompson was ready did she reveal what needed to be known. This novel teaches us that we can never truly know someone, no matter how long we've "known" them. Moreover, people can do an amazing job of maintaining a public image, even a private one. Yet, we never truly know what is going on in someone's heart, mind and soul. Even as I prepare this review, I am in awe of the multitude of revelations from "See Me". I am forced to wonder, reconsider, and meditate on various experiences in life - things that caused me to ever give another human a second thought and question their "issues". Perhaps that is the beauty of this work, it gets into the mind. Adrienne Thompson engages readers with a deep storyline and a complex character, dare I say characters.For anyone seeking a quality read that unhinges the mind and transforms them into a remarkable tale, they will certainly find it in "See Me" by Adrienne Thompson.
Sealy327 More than 1 year ago
WOW, I do not want to give the plot away. I decided to read this book based on a couple of paragraphs the writer provided, I did not read any reviews in advance and therefore had no idea where this plot was going to go. The book was an easy difficult read. Easy to flow from page to page with no desire to pause, read in two hours. The difficult part was the revealing of secrets. The secrets are horrible. It is unlike any book I've ever read and if you read Adrienne Thompson's books before then you are going to get a well written book, great character development and you are going to search within yourself and yes she's going bring it. You are going to cry, you are going to hurt, you going to yell and then you are going to cry again. Mental illness with unexpected results. What kept me reading and my sanity to the end was the fact that "she" was alive to tell the story. It straddles the past and the present. Do you know your mate? Are you responsible for preserving their legacy after their demise? Can you kill someone twice? Are you forgiving and can you be forgiven?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was once again a great read! Her books are a little short but she gets her point across and you cant argue with that. Cant wait for more to come!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
LOVED THIS! The secrets and situations in this book will have you shocked and feeling sad for the characters. Tear jerker for sure...I'm becoming a big fan of Adrienne Thompson :) I recommend this along with her other books...Been so long was another one I enjoyed! ~Nook Readers~Monique J.S