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Let It Be

Gayle, Chad

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ISBN 10: 0988661004 / ISBN 13: 9780988661004
Published by Bracket Books
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Title: Let It Be

Publisher: Bracket Books

Binding: PAPERBACK

Book Condition:Very Good

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"A painful and poignant portrayal of a family torn apart...set to a soulful soundtrack."
-- Liam Tarry, The Book Boy

"A powerful story with melodic accents from the Beatles' final album."
-- Aimee Jordin, Foreword Reviews

"Innovative."
-- Corinne H. Smith, Rambles.NET

"Gripping, real, and engaging."
-- E. A. Lewis, Mrs. Mommy Booknerd

Let It Be is a touching tale of loss, longing, and forgiveness that chronicles the breakup of a marriage, the destruction of a family, and the struggle to come together in the aftermath of what remains.

Searching for the love and happiness she feels she deserves, Michelle Jansen leaves her abusive, overbearing husband behind and takes her two kids to Amarillo, Texas, where she begins to learn how to stand on her own two feet, supporting herself and her children with the money she earns from a low-paying job as she becomes increasingly involved with a coworker who is an even bigger fan of the Beatles than she is.

But Michelle doesn t realize that her ex-husband is willing to do whatever he can to destroy her new life. When Michelle is betrayed by her very own son, this already fractured family will be damaged in an almost unimaginable way. Can they find forgiveness in the midst of so much sorrow and guilt, or will love give them the strength that they need to let it be?

Part family saga, part coming of age tale, Let It Be is a story intimately linked to the music of the Beatles, a debut novel filled with true-to-life characters who want nothing more than a second chance.

About the Author:

Chad Gayle is a photographer and writer who has written for literary journals, trade publications, and newspapers. Previously, Chad worked for Poetry Magazine in Chicago and taught English at several colleges including Texas A&M University. Born in Texas, Chad lives in Brooklyn, New York with his wife and two children; Let It Be is his debut novel.

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