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Little Do We Know

Next-door neighbors and ex-best friends Hannah and Emory havent spoken in months. Not since the fightthe one where they said things they couldnt take back.Now, Emory is fine-tuning her UCLA performing arts application and trying to make the most of the months she has left with her boyfriend, Luke, before they head off to separate colleges. Meanwhile, Hannahs strong faith is shaken when her familys financial problems come to light, and she finds herself turning to unexpected placesand peoplefor answers to the difficult questions shes suddenly facing.No matter how much Hannah and Emory desperately want to bridge the thirty-six steps between their bedroom windows, they cant. Not anymore.Until their paths cross unexpectedly when, one night, Hannah finds Luke doubled over in his car outside her house. In the aftermath of the accident, all three struggle to understand what happened in their own ways. But when a devastating secret about Hannah and Emorys argument ultimately comes to light, they must all reexamine the things they hold true.In alternating chapters, a skeptic and a believer piece together the story of their complex relationship and the boy caught somewhere in the middle. New York Times best-selling author Tamara Ireland Stone deftly crafts a moving portrait of faith, love, and friendship....

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ISBN : 9781484768211
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 416 pages
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Little Do We Know Reviews

  • Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)

    3.5 Stars!

    Top Five Reason Little Do We Know one to add to your TBR pile.

    1. Memorable characters with narrative told in alternating POVS

    2. You like an array of emotions that will sucker punch you right where it counts each and every time.

    3. A story that will stick with you and have you thinking about it even when you aren't reading it.

    4. You like YA books that don't necessarily read like they are YA.

    5. Messages that are both relatable and teachable not to mention heartwarming and thought provokin

  • USOM

    (Disclaimer: I received this free book from Netgalley. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.)

    First off, can we just say how cool the cover is? It's absolutely perfect for this book. Okay now that I've gotten that out of the way. What really won me over for this book were the characters. Both Hannah and Emory have little pieces of my heart within them. Seeing their perspectives intertwine and branch apart was like watching an intricate dance. It was mesmerizing to watch it

  • Sara

    Tamara Ireland Stone is back in top form with this absolutely lovely look at the deep friendship between two young women who couldn't be more different finding their way back to each other after a world shifting fight nearly destroys them.

    Hannah and Emory have been best friends practically since babyhood. Though Emory is a social butterfly actress with a single mom and a long term boyfriend and Hannah is the devout daughter of a preacher and attends a religious high school run by her father they

  • Chelsea Humphrey

    2.5 STARS

    I think I'm going to keep this one brief as I don't feel completely unbiased in my review here. I'm going to list below the pros and cons I found in this novel and let you decide for yourself if it seems like the book for you.


    -I absolutely love the portrayal of growth and self thought portrayed here. One of the plots involves a teenage girl who is raised in a christian home with a pastor for a father, and along the way she wrestles with her faith and comes to terms with whether it

  • Lisa Mandina

    My first book by this author is not a disappointment. I really enjoyed it, had trouble putting it down as I was reading. There was a lot of great character interaction in this story. I had a tiny inkling what might have happened to cause the rift between Hannah and Emory, although really, it was pretty much downplayed because of how the talk with Hannah and her dad sounded. I couldn't quite imagine what Hannah would have whispered in Luke's ear that could have caused him to think what he did, un ...more

  • Christina (Ensconced in Lit)

    I absolutely love Tamara's books, so when I heard she was coming out with another contemporary, I was thrilled! I really enjoyed Little Do We Know, thanks to Disney for sending this to me for review, and this fact does not change my rating or my review.

    Little Do We know stars two protagonists in alternating chapters. We have Hannah, who is a devout Christian, who has never had her faith shaken... until now, and Emory, who lives next door. These two girls have been best friends their entire lives

  • Christy

    Excuse me, Tamara, but I would like my heart back. And in one piece instead of the little parts you burst it into with this gorgeous book.

    Alright, now that you know you’re going to need to invest in some Kleenex stock to get you through this read, let’s talk about all the reasons why you should be reading it.

    1. We all know I am big on character driven stories and LDWN is full of characters you want to love from the minute you meet them. They’re genuine. Multi-faceted. Full of human experiences a

  • Marie

    Spring 2017? As in a whole year from now? *whimpers*