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The Untelling by Tayari Jones Goodreads The Untelling was solemn slow soulful and aching Every Tayari Jones book I've read so far has been a uniue experience but all of her works are a testament to her complete mastery of the art of the written word I am deeply impressed by everything she does and so very lucky I get to experience her work There are few writers and few books which have stirred my emotions in the way Tayari The Untelling ePub Tayari Jones Achat ebook | The Untelling Tayari Jones Grand Central Publishing Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en jour ou en magasin avec % de rduction The Untelling Tayari Jones Ebooks Furet du Nord Tlcharger le livre The Untelling de Tayari Jones en version numriue Lisez votre ebook The Untelling sur votre liseuse o ue vous soyez Furet du Nord The Untelling de Tayari Jones ePub Ebooks Decitre Retrouvez l'ebook The Untelling par Tayari Jones au format ePub sur decitrefr ‎The Untelling on Apple Books The Untelling Tayari Jones has written a story about life how circumstances can alter it uickly how children and adults are affected by death The main character witnessed her fathers death due to a car accident and the death of her baby sister as did her mother and older sister The back is how it affected their lives As an adult she experiences another loss not death but just as The Untelling Home | Facebook The Untelling likes After news of his Grandfather's death a young man in Los Angeles must visit Maryland to take care of the family heirlooms but discovers there is to his past than he The Untelling University of California Berkeley The Untelling by Tayari Jones Michele Blackmon Audiobook Listen to a sample Listen to a sample Description; Creators; Details; Reviews; Aria is no stranger to tragedy Fifteen years ago a family outing took the lives of her father and baby sister leaving remaining members of this fractured family struggling with their own guilt — real and imagined At twenty five Aria believes she can The Untelling Book | Central Arkansas Library The Untelling Book Jones Tayari Aria is no stranger to tragedy Fifteen years ago a family outing took the lives of her father and baby sister leaving remaining members of this fractured family struggling with their own guilt — real and imagined At twenty five Aria believes she can reinvent herself through her planned marriage with all its promise of a family of her own Fiction Book Review THE UNTELLING by Tayari THE UNTELLING Tayari Jones Author Warner p ISBN More By and About This Author OTHER BOOKS An American Marriage; LEAVING ATLANTA; Silver The Untelling Tayari Jones 'The Untelling is the story of deep hurt and slow realization injury and recovery and the way people genuinely change their lives I love it' Dorothy Allison author of Cavedweller 'Tayari Jones is a remarkable novelist able to face down the tragedies of life with the clarity and beauty and even the dark humor of a true artist The Untelling – Tayari Jones The Untelling – Tayari Jones Warner Books Tayari Jones paints a vivid unforgettable portrait of a woman seeking to overcome the trauma of her past When nine year old Ariadne Jackson loses her father and baby sister in an auto accident her life in a black middle class Atlanta neighborhood changes forever fr The Untelling Jones Tayari Livres Not Retrouvez The Untelling et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion fr The Untelling Livres Not Retrouvez The Untelling et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion fr The Untelling Jones Tayari Blackmon Not Retrouvez The Untelling et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion The Untelling English Edition eBook Jones Tayari Achetez et tlchargez ebook The Untelling English Edition Boutiue Kindle Genre Fiction fr The Untelling eBook de Tayari Jones Lisez The Untelling de Tayari Jones disponible chez Rakuten Kobo Succeeds mightilytruly a wonderful story Jones is a talent to be reckoned with Boston Globe Aria is no strange fr The Untelling Jones Tayari Blackmon Not Retrouvez The Untelling et des millions de livres en stock sur fr Achetez neuf ou d'occasion The Untelling IMDb Directed by Russell Whaley With Jessica Felice Judith Grannas Tom Lyle John Livesay After news of his Grandfather's death a young man in Los Angeles must visit Maryland to take care of the family heirlooms but discovers there is to his past than he could ever forget The Untelling ePub Tayari Jones Achat ebook | The Untelling Tayari Jones Grand Central Publishing Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en jour ou en magasin avec % de rduction The Untelling Ebook en VO Ebook Succeeds mightilytruly a wonderful story Jones is a talent to be reckoned with Boston Globe Aria is no stranger to tragedy as a young girl she and her older sister and mother survived a car crash that took the lives of their The Untelling de Tayari Jones ePub Ebooks Decitre Retrouvez l'ebook The Untelling par Tayari Jones au format ePub sur decitrefr THE UNTELLING | Kirkus Reviews The crux of the “untelling” is Aria’s fear of revealing to Dwayne who has proposed because he thinks she’s pregnant the devastating news she has received from her doctor she’s undergoing premature menopause and will never be able to have children Aria teaches literacy at a nonprofit agency and lives with her Spelman girlfriend Rochelle in the crack riddled neighborhood of West The Untelling Home | Facebook The Untelling likes After news of his Grandfather's death a young man in Los Angeles must visit Maryland to take care of the family heirlooms but discovers there is to his past than he The Untelling book by Tayari Jones ThriftBooks The Untelling deals with many different relationship issues between family friends and lovers Just like in Leaving Atlanta Jones has a knack for creating main characters to whom I can relate even when we do not share the same experiences Aria's secret is a topic that is not typically discussed in African American communities Through my book club's discussion I was shocked to learn that The Untelling 豆瓣 Douban The Untelling 作者 Jones Tayari 出版社 Grand Central Pub 出版年 页数 定价 装帧 Pap ISBN 豆瓣评分 Tayari Jones — Wikipdia En The Untelling prend galement place Atlanta Tayari Jones suit le parcours identitaire de la jeune Ariadne ui tente de se construire malgr la perte de membres cls de sa famille uand elle tait enfant et une mre excentriue et touffante


10 thoughts on “The Untelling

  1. says:

    Rating 375I read Tayari Jones book An American Marriage and was immediately taken with the writing I was so drawn into the story and couldn't wait to read by this author I decided to grab the audio version of this one and was hooked in the beginning Again Jones has a slow moving story getting into specific details of her characters In this story you hear about Aria Jackson When she was small she was in a car accident with her family that had devastating life long effects on her She was so young and had no understanding of what was happening She was concerned with the red velvet cake that was smashed in the accident I was drawn into the story and I did what ever I could to listen to this one I mean come one you have to love a story that uotes Public Enemy But to me the story just fell flat the last 14 of the book hence the lower rating I just wanted I listened to this one via audio and the narrator did a great job Overall I'm glad I read this one and can't wait to read by Ms Jones I'll be seeing her speak in my city on a literary speaker series and hope to read most of her work by then I'm looking forward to comparing all of her works


  2. says:

    Okay So I've had some time to let the effects of having read this book wear off a bit I feel that I'm ready to talk about it without revealing my soul here Excuse me if I'm long winded This book connected some life dots for me so y'all bear with me I've never read a novel that caused me to do so much self reflection that I actually had a breakthroughlike a real life breakthroughlike the kind you could get from therapy or something Actually I might feel less weird about this whole thing if I could attribute such a huge life altering enlightenment to therapy of some kind but I've never done the therapy thing Turns out all I needed was a little free time and about 336 pages of awesome fiction Everybody experiences things differently so some of you might read or have already read the book and be like what the hhyyell was HomeGirl smokin?' I believe that every life experience is there to teach us somethingevery wack azz job every wack azz family situation every wack azz male of female who might disturb your peace even your own wack azz waysall there to bring lessons Whether you get the lesson instantly or 17 years after the fact as in my case hopefully you get it some way at some point and you grow from it But enough about meThe Untelling is the story of Ariadne not Adrian that's not a typo a southern black girl born raised and living in Atlanta At first she's a little girl brimming with the typical mind wonderings and innocence of little girls those are the best years then she's a college student at Spellman and a post graduate working girl dealing with life long family issues interesting and emotionally taxing job situations and a relationship with a good man whom she seems to feel undeserving of among other way serious things I'm trying not to spoil the experience for any would be readers but if y'all want details about what happens in the story you can find it Up to the very end of the book the layers of each character are still being pulled back revealing and explaining about why they are the way they are The character the reader might be inclined to hate becomes sympathetic and uite impossible to have anything other than pity and hope for Digression I think there's a uote or something that says hate cannot exist where there is knowledge and understanding or something like that I totally get that it's so easy to see someone as a bitch or a bastard or a creep until you learn and understand what unfortunate background or unlucky choices or experiences made them that way Bitch bastard or creep they may be but at least if you understand the root of the wackness it'd be pretty difficult to have ill feelings towards them I've always felt that way The meaning behind the title The Untelling is explained in a narrative by Ariadne at the end I always look forward to mentions of the title in books I read The Untelling is such an interesting phrase Before Ariadne's narrative at the end I felt like maybe Tayari titled the novel The Untelling because the whole back story is not told up front By the end of the novel when every character has been fully revealed it's like 'Oooh Ok That's what happened now it all makes sense' It's like the full story was told backwards That's a huge part of what made this read so enjoyableTayari Jone's first novel Leaving Atlanta is SO on my list


  3. says:

    Ariadne is nine years old when the family is in an automobile accident on the way to her dance recital Her father and baby sister Genevieve die Aria her older sister Hermione and their mother survive But all three carry serious emotional scars from the event Now it is sixteen years later and they are living independent lives Hermione is married and the mother of a toddler living in the suburbs and almost never returns Aria’s phone calls Their mother is a bitter woman who uses her elegant attire as armor against emotional contact Aria having graduated from Spellman College lives in a not uite gentrified neighborhood in central Atlanta and works at a nonprofit Literacy Center The one thing they have in common is that none will talk about their guilt and regrets their hopes and their dreams This is the second book I’ve read by Jones and I continue to be impressed by her writing She really explores her characters slowly letting the reader get to know these women Aria narrates and that does give us a skewed perspective of her mother and sister as well as best friend Rochelle boyfriend Dwayne and other characters in the book She is forever expecting things to turn out badly and she is sometimes proven right But she fails to see how she influences the outcome An unexpected diagnosis is the catalyst for Aria’s finally coming to terms with her loss and facing her present and future I am different now; today nothing scares me than the hollow clatter of secrets


  4. says:

    Heard about Tayari Jones from a few online friends and picked up this book because I wanted to read some contemporary fiction by a black woman writer who is about my age 30s I read up to page 36 or so and then put it down; the beginning was compelling but I stopped at a point in which it was unclear what was going to happen next I sat myself down with it about a week later and read the remaining 300 pages over the next 24 hours Plot wise things move slowly and there are a lot of flashbacks But the character arcs especially that of the main character Aria aka Ariadne aka Penny are done beautifully I haven't been this interested in characters and their relationships in a contemporary novel in a very long time Jones also does a great job of situating her characters in a very particular place black neighborhoods in Atlanta over several decades Other notable things the dialogue and the emotional impact several times I had to put this book down and catch my breath; some of the passages are truly haunting I loved this book and am looking forward to seeing Ms Jones in June when she stops in Seattle as part of her third novel's book tour


  5. says:

    I really really wanted to like this book I recently saw the author speak and I really liked her The story had so much potential but it just fell painfully short The over use of metaphors almost killed me like a snake slowly sueezes the life out of a mouse See what I did there?


  6. says:

    i really got caught up in this story the hints towards the secret that needs to be told or untoldset you up for the sesmic boom at the end loved it


  7. says:

    I picked this up because Jones’ most recent book An American Marriage isn’t available at the local libraries here It’s checked out to 20 people So I am awaiting ‘my turn’ As other reviewers have indicated I kept looking for hints to why the book was called The Untelling To me it’s a metaphorical way of saying Revealing the Truth Certainly the main character is mired not only in her secretsshe needs to tell her fiancé the truth about something that could potentially jeopardize their marriage plans but the secrets of her immediate family The main character Ariadne survives a car accident in which her father and infant sister dies Secrets abound surrounding this as does the lingering affects of grief and the upending of a family used to living a certain way This is a powerful story with a universal theme That is all families have secrets Children often are not told certain secrets because families determine early on that it’s ‘best’ they do not know However sometimes these ‘tellings’ or lies or things not said shape personality character resilience and self esteem These things ultimately affect adult relationships It is a sad ending but it has a silver lining Ariadne now understands who she is and why she behaves the way she does In other words she begins the journey toward healing


  8. says:

    I have now read three sad books by Tayari Jones Silver Sparrow An American Marriage and now the Untelling The first two books were troublesome in leaving many threads unraveled I just finished this book that left me in tears How does it happen that the love and marriage can become unraveled? The backdrop for this book is the Spelman girls growing up in Atlanta in houses left over in the neighborhoods run down by students who didn't have the resources to keep them up Their mother gave them Greek names Ariadne who called herself Aria Hermione Genevieve Aria's boyfriend Dwayne was ready to marry her but somehow everything came unraveled when there was no babyI had to finish crying before I could write this review


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    The Untelling is a story of lies lies of omission and lies meant to mislead lies told to others and told to ourselves The truth is a hard nut to crack sometimes but there are always conseuences Damaged by a childhood tragedy that overshadows the rest of her life protagonist Aria backs herself into corners that have predictable results for the plot That's not to say the book was boring or not compelling but it's fairly obvious the way events will play out Getting there is worth it though as Jones writes with such skill Jones has a gift for creating true to life characters They were sometimes hard for me to like especially Aria who seems almost unhinged and pathological particularly in the early chapters of the book but they are real She paints the scene vividly where Aria is stuck between two competing worlds It's not a happy book you get the feeling that even those characters who make it out intact are living in some sort of futile hollow world but as Aria finally acknowledges the truths behind her many losses it is something of a victory


  10. says:

    it was a little slow for me and not very inviting but i listened to it fully