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As the numerous dramas unfold, Cohen offers the reader a bit of humour to make things a bit more light-hearted instead of sappy.

This is such a wonderful book for fiction-lovers. I cannot wait to read Cohen's other novels! View 2 comments. I had read the first chapter for work purposes a while ago and thought it was interesting enough, but as it went on I was totally gripped by the story.

It's about a 20 year old girl who lives with her somewhat overprotective father and works as a nude model for art classes.

She wants to go to art school, but her dad won't let her, so it's her way of absorbing some sort of education. She's always thought that her mother abandoned her, but as the story this book was a nice little surprise for me.

She's always thought that her mother abandoned her, but as the story gets going she discovers that's not quite the case. What I appreciated most about this story was the way Tish Cohen shows that both parents are at fault in what happened to Delilah, and that she has to make the choice who to love and who to believe.

Now I'm very much looking forward to marketing this one when it comes out in june! Dec 10, Marta rated it it was amazing. I may be biased, as many of the issues revealed in this book mirror my personal home life, but Tish Cohen did a phenomenal job at looking into the disfunction of a small family.

This book goes to show you that you don't need a lavish plot to create a deep story! It is true that on the surface not much happens in the book, but for me personally this novel shed a lot of light on my childhood and rephrased what I went through in a novel way.

The choices of the heroin, Delilah Blue, in the end of th I may be biased, as many of the issues revealed in this book mirror my personal home life, but Tish Cohen did a phenomenal job at looking into the disfunction of a small family.

I for one understand the actions of the heroin and think Tish Cohen did not disappoint!!!!! The book has similarities to Jodi Piccoult's Vanishing Acts, but in the end, they were two different, yet equally engaging books.

Deliliah is a bit of a lost soul, which is understandable considering her upbringing. Both of her parents are complex, faulted people, and at different points in the story I alternated between disdain and sympathy for both of them.

The author also does an excellent job of making the reader feel Delilah's internal conflict, and of making her a strong, yet fragile chara The book has similarities to Jodi Piccoult's Vanishing Acts, but in the end, they were two different, yet equally engaging books.

The author also does an excellent job of making the reader feel Delilah's internal conflict, and of making her a strong, yet fragile character.

The plot moves along swiftly, and there is a wonderful use of language. Older teens who have outgrown Sarah Dessen and the like will find this a worthwhile read.

Sep 12, Terri Reese rated it really liked it. The only drawback to this story is that as curious a child and inventive a child as Delilah was, she sure did not ask alot of questions about the move from Toronto to LA.

She would have had alot more memories at 8 years old and should have asked alot more questions of her father.

I liked that you could see the craziness of both parents in the process, so you did not want to favor one over the other in the end. I think Delilah would have been stronger than the book showed in pursuing her art drea The only drawback to this story is that as curious a child and inventive a child as Delilah was, she sure did not ask alot of questions about the move from Toronto to LA.

I think Delilah would have been stronger than the book showed in pursuing her art dreams. I ran out and bought this book because the Globe and Mail ran a review saying that it was a good summer read--a book that the reviewer could not put down.

That was not my experience! I had to force myself to finish this book--which is rare for me. I did not find the characters interesting and I found the story predictable.

Disappointing, especially given the strong review. I hope I can find some true good summer reads May 11, Katherine Owen rated it it was amazing Shelves: all-time-favorites.

I can't say what it is about this book that keeps me thinking about the story line long after I've finished it, but it does.

Delilah Blue is a little girl lost character who struggles to find out who she really is and what she wants, along with her mother and father. This is a beautifully written novel.

Its poignancy stays with you long after you turn the last page. I love Tish Cohen's writing style--open, honest, and forthright--a real gift.

Apr 14, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing. While this story was a bit slow to start, the author weaves an excellent tale that ties together generations and provides an opportunity for parents to evaluate their true motives.

Delilah is a strong character who, in spite of her odd upbringing, develops in to a bright, creative, introspective young woman who is able to see past her parents foibles and appreciate their love for her.

Cohen's suspenseful novel is about a young aspiring artist who is comes to grips with her true identity after her parents reveal the truth about her childhood.

Although it lacked the oompf that would give it 5 stars, this book is definitely a page-turner with accessible prose.

Jun 11, Yvonne rated it really liked it. I really quite liked this book. A story line that I've never come across before and, while it worked for the most part, could be considered a bit contrived.

That being said, it was an interesting story line and would be a great vacation book. There is some bad language and the main character does have a questionable "job".

Jun 22, Colleen rated it liked it. My overall impression of this book was "average. At times I felt the author was spoon feeding me the revelations and insights instead of allowing me to figure out the layers of the characters myself.

For example, the whole situation with the mother being the child and the child being the parent. I just felt it was dumbed down when it was so out in the open like that.

This technique made the book feel shallow despite My overall impression of this book was "average. This technique made the book feel shallow despite the author's attempt at depth.

It was an easy read and it flowed well but wasn't captivating literature that made me contemplate the meaning of life. All that being said, if you are looking for a quick read on your holiday, this would fit the bill.

Oct 28, Jean St. Amand rated it liked it. I started out not liking this book much because it wasn't believable, but as the story went on I liked it more as it got more detailed.

As more background was revealed the story made more sense. I read it quickly because I was anxious to find out why Victor had kidnapped his daughter.

By the end of the book I wanted to smack Elisabeth upside the head because self absorbed people really annoy me but I suppose for the story to make sense she had to be that way.

All in all a good read. Jul 25, Patty rated it really liked it Shelves: read-it. It took me about 90 pages to really get into this book.

It has a lot of beautiful description but I tend to be a "speed reader" and sometimes that puts me off a bit. It was interesting how the characters developed and what I felt about them at the beginning changed dramatically by the end.

Sep 26, Rachel Thomas rated it did not like it. I DNF'd this book at 61 pages. I found the characters rather irritating and just could not get into the storyline.

There were components to the story that irked me, as well. This book was just not for me. Feb 06, Louise rated it did not like it. Tried two or three times and just can't finish this one.

Jun 14, Pauline rated it it was amazing. I enjoyed reading this book. I couldn't put it down. Jan 27, Mary Ripley rated it it was ok.

Good light read. Jun 03, Amy rated it liked it Shelves: recommended-books , read-in I liked the story in that I felt sorry for Lila, I mean she things her mother doesn't want her, then finds out her dad took her, but doesn't know why.

From what I could see though, she wasn't missing much as far as her mother, she didn't seem to be much of a mother. If she was so concerned with finding her daughter, then why was she acting like she did when she first showed up.

Flirting with the waiter when they went to breakfast, getting him to bring her a drink, and then warning her about her I liked the story in that I felt sorry for Lila, I mean she things her mother doesn't want her, then finds out her dad took her, but doesn't know why.

Flirting with the waiter when they went to breakfast, getting him to bring her a drink, and then warning her about her getting on a plane and running off with her dad.

I mean did she think Lila was still eight, and would be drug off by her dad again? Then her putting off telling the police, untl Lila was ready, I mean you would have thought that it would have occured to Lila that when the police should come in wasn't her mother's decision.

I mean if her mother didn't tell them when she found them, then wouldn't she have been in trouble for harboring a wanted man, keeping him away from the police for longer..

Also, the fact that Lila's mother didn't have a problem with Kieran's weird obsession with the milk carton kids, was obvious that she just thought she should let her daughter live as she pleased, which didn't make for a good mother.

I would have liked to seen Lila confront her mother more in the beginning, about what her life was like with her mother, since it was obvious her mother didn't like Lila's father, or even Kieran's father, since she insisted her daughter keep her forehead covered just because it resembled her father's.

Giving this book three stars was being generous really, because I liked the story in that the father runs with the daughter, and the mother finds her years later, and wants to get to know her, but I didn't like in how naive Lila was, in not questioning her mother more, wondering what kind of life she had with her mother that would make her dad take her.

If she saw that her mother left Kieran with some old loser painter, not caring if she was in a safe environment or not, then why would her mother have done the same thing for Lila?

It was good though in the end that everything worked out. Victor got the help he needed, Lila got to be with her mother and Kieran more, and plus she got Adam.

I thought Adam was kind of whiny though, I get him feeling bad his fiance cheated, but why would he want her back after that, after she proved she wasn't trustworthy enough, if she cheated before they were married, what would she have done after.

Sounds to me like he was done a favor Jul 08, Colleen Turner rated it liked it Shelves: first-read. I received this book as a first reads book from Goodreads.

Lo and behold, they end up at Disney Land in California and Delila's father, Victor, tells her that her mother doesn't want her anymore and they are going to start a new life in California.

She grows up believing her mother never eve I received this book as a first reads book from Goodreads. She grows up believing her mother never even cared enough to call her and she strives to be an artist like her mother learning her skills through osmosis while posing as a nude art school model in the hopes her mother will someday see how successful she has become and what she let get away.

She is sad, aloof from society and determined to not let anyone get the better of her. While Lila is just getting by, Victor is beginning to forget things and becoming more paranoid by the day.

He loses his job, nearly gets in a car accident while forgetting the rules of the road and is even turned away when he tries to buy a puppy to keep him company.

He refuses to concentrate on what is really going on with him and instead fights against the inevitable.

While Lila and Victor's lives unfold, in comes Lila's absentee mother, Elizabeth. Flighty, self-centered and totting along a young half-sister for Lila, she surprises her daughter with the news that she did not abandon Delilah, her father in fact kidnapped her.

With this new news, Lila is put in the middle between the mother she hasn't seen in years and the father who, while doing this horrible thing, as always taken care of her and loved her.

As she gets to know her mother better which isn't necessarily a good thing and her father's mental health deteriorates, Lila is forced to make the best of the life she has been given and tries to pull things together despite where she comes from.

I found this book to be okay. I could not stand Victor or Elizabeth and felt utterly sorry for the life Delilah is forced to overcome.

This being said, I didn't feel any true resolution or discovery about "the Truth about Delilah Blue" and would have preferred a little more character development for this tragic character.

I did, however, enjoy the writing style and look forward to reading more from Tish Cohen. Sep 23, Alli rated it it was ok. I enjoyed the start of this book Delilah Blue has never fit in.

Now at age twenty, Delilah must work as a model to pay for the art classes her father disproves off. To top if all off, her mother, who Delilah believed abandoned the show off, comes back into her family, along with a young daughter, and a shocking truth.

His devo Delilah Blue has never fit in. His devotion and love for his daughter really stood out, and it made it much sadder to see him slowly lose pieces of himself because of his Alzheimer.

Unfortunately I found Delilah to be bland and lacking a backbone. It was like she was just a blank and empty slate, save for those few moments when she felt like a real person.

Even though I figured out what the shocking truth was in the beginning of the novel-- the author drops clues and hints for the reader to figure it out--I still kept reading to discover the reason why.

Those looking for an action-packed will not find it here. C- Note: This is an adult book but it does have YA crossover potential.

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In The Truth About Delilah Blue , Delilah, or Lila the name she goes by now , models in the nude for art students as a way to earn money for art school.

In the meantime, she listens to every word the teacher says trying to pick up what she can. She lives with her father, who showing early signs of Alzheimer's.

When she was eight, her father moved the two of them to California stating that her mother no longer wanted to care for Delilah.

Now with her mother back in the picture, she's caught betwe In The Truth About Delilah Blue , Delilah, or Lila the name she goes by now , models in the nude for art students as a way to earn money for art school.

Now with her mother back in the picture, she's caught between her parents while she tries to find out the real reason her father took her away.

Great book! It contains a really good story line, which was executed beautifully, and plenty of likeable and believable characters.

I always assumed it was the artist or in this case the teacher who directed the model. I especially loved how Cohen introduced past events in the book.

As the secrets were revealed, they are linked back to events earlier in Delilah's life, slowly filling in the pieces to the puzzle. I liked that the text of these events were set apart from the present day with a date and the italics.

That made it very easy to follow what was going on. I knew Delilah was going to be reunited with her mother at some point. I was expecting this movie-type scene with huge drama.

But it didn't happen that way. It's funny because I was thinking afterwards that Cohen's portrayal of the event was probably more like real life, where my vision was just Hollywood fiction.

The book became real for me after that. Delilah was a great character, but I really felt sorry for her. Caught in the middle between her parents, she was still very protective of her father even though she no longer fully trusted him.

She wanted the truth and needed to act quickly before he lost his memory. However, she didn't want to upset him and make his condition worse.

Delilah was also very leery of her mother, who had abandoned her all those years ago, or so she thought.

Whom could she trust? There were two other characters that I enjoyed reading about: Kieran and Lichty. Kieran, Delilah's much younger half sister, was hilarious.

Other characters called her uptight and felt sorry for her because she was losing out on her childhood. I liked her because she added comic relief to the story and had some pretty funny lines.

Lichty, Delilah's art teacher, who had his nose in the air and verbally tortured poor Delilah. I couldn't wait to see what he was going to do or say next.

Highly recommended. I have Inside Out Girl on my to-be-read bookshelf. I'm looking forward to reading it. For more information about this book or to browse inside, please visit the HarperCollins Canada website.

For more information about the author and her other books, please visit Tish Cohen's website. I'd like to thank those nice people at HarperCollins Canada for this review copy.

ISBN Trade paperback , p. Lila Mack has lived with her over-protective father since she was eight, believing that her mother no longer wanted to be in her life.

Now at age twenty, she is trying to pursue art with no funding from her father. Deciding to work as a life model seems to be a great way to get some free art lessons, as she can listen in to the instructor while she poses.

Her mother, who has been searching for her for years, reconnects with her and some pieces fall in to place for Lila. Cohen writes with great sympathy for each of the three main characters in this novel, drawing us into their lives as they try to make sense of shifting roles.

The Truth About Delilah Blue is a funny and poignant novel, but not depressing. The past is what it is, and Cohen writes honestly about the way forward for Lila who has difficult choices to make as she learns the truth about the present.

Highly recommended! Jul 31, Cheryl rated it really liked it. Delilah was satisfied for the moment but she always wanted to someday confront her mother about walking out of her and her father.

Delilah is an adult now and wonders what ever happened to her mother. Delilah decides to seek her mother out to learn the truth before it is too late.

What Delilah learns about the truth regarding her mother and the life she lived will shock her. One of my friends asked me recently if I had read any good books lately and the first book that came to my mind was The Truth about Delilah Blue.

This is because the characters were real people and not just characters in a book. I felt for Delilah, her mother and father and the turmoil they all went through.

They showed lots of emotion. This book will draw you in right from the beginning. If you have never read Tish Cohen before then you are in for a real treat.

The Truth about Delilah Blue is that this book is a winner! Jul 23, Melanie L rated it really liked it Shelves: print-books , young-adult-contemporary-realistic , literary-contemporary-realistic.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. In The Truth About Delilah Blue, Lila is a twenty year old woman that is trying to deal with life without a mother and the problems of living with a father who has early onset Alzheimer's disease.

Lila thought that her mother didn't want to deal with family life anymore and gave up on her. Twelve years later, Lila's mom suddenly shows up in her life again, with another child, Lila's half-sister denying that is what happened and making accusations against Lila's father.

Lila desperately tries t In The Truth About Delilah Blue, Lila is a twenty year old woman that is trying to deal with life without a mother and the problems of living with a father who has early onset Alzheimer's disease.

Lila desperately tries to find out the truth about what really happened before the Alzheimer's takes over her father's memory. I really enjoyed reading this book.

Each character felt like a real person with emotions I could relate to. At times it was sad and heart-breaking to read what Lila, her father and mother were going through, but it was true to what would happen in real life and very believable.

In the end luckily everything seems to work out for the best. Delilah Blue discovers who she really is and what it is she wants out of her life.

I would definitely recommend this book. I received this book from Goodreads First Reads. This was a story about a 20 year old living with her father in L.

After 12 years of believing her mother abandoned her, Lila's mom shows up in L. Duh duh duh! Beautifully written with well-captured characters.

As the numerous dramas unfold, Cohen offers the reader a bit of humour to make things a bit more light-hearted instead of sappy. This is such a wonderful book for fiction-lovers.

I cannot wait to read Cohen's other novels! View 2 comments. I had read the first chapter for work purposes a while ago and thought it was interesting enough, but as it went on I was totally gripped by the story.

It's about a 20 year old girl who lives with her somewhat overprotective father and works as a nude model for art classes. She wants to go to art school, but her dad won't let her, so it's her way of absorbing some sort of education.

She's always thought that her mother abandoned her, but as the story this book was a nice little surprise for me. She's always thought that her mother abandoned her, but as the story gets going she discovers that's not quite the case.

What I appreciated most about this story was the way Tish Cohen shows that both parents are at fault in what happened to Delilah, and that she has to make the choice who to love and who to believe.

Now I'm very much looking forward to marketing this one when it comes out in june! Dec 10, Marta rated it it was amazing. I may be biased, as many of the issues revealed in this book mirror my personal home life, but Tish Cohen did a phenomenal job at looking into the disfunction of a small family.

This book goes to show you that you don't need a lavish plot to create a deep story! It is true that on the surface not much happens in the book, but for me personally this novel shed a lot of light on my childhood and rephrased what I went through in a novel way.

The choices of the heroin, Delilah Blue, in the end of th I may be biased, as many of the issues revealed in this book mirror my personal home life, but Tish Cohen did a phenomenal job at looking into the disfunction of a small family.

I for one understand the actions of the heroin and think Tish Cohen did not disappoint!!!!! The book has similarities to Jodi Piccoult's Vanishing Acts, but in the end, they were two different, yet equally engaging books.

Deliliah is a bit of a lost soul, which is understandable considering her upbringing. Both of her parents are complex, faulted people, and at different points in the story I alternated between disdain and sympathy for both of them.

The author also does an excellent job of making the reader feel Delilah's internal conflict, and of making her a strong, yet fragile chara The book has similarities to Jodi Piccoult's Vanishing Acts, but in the end, they were two different, yet equally engaging books.

The author also does an excellent job of making the reader feel Delilah's internal conflict, and of making her a strong, yet fragile character.

The plot moves along swiftly, and there is a wonderful use of language. Older teens who have outgrown Sarah Dessen and the like will find this a worthwhile read.

Sep 12, Terri Reese rated it really liked it. The only drawback to this story is that as curious a child and inventive a child as Delilah was, she sure did not ask alot of questions about the move from Toronto to LA.

She would have had alot more memories at 8 years old and should have asked alot more questions of her father.

I liked that you could see the craziness of both parents in the process, so you did not want to favor one over the other in the end. I think Delilah would have been stronger than the book showed in pursuing her art drea The only drawback to this story is that as curious a child and inventive a child as Delilah was, she sure did not ask alot of questions about the move from Toronto to LA.

I think Delilah would have been stronger than the book showed in pursuing her art dreams. I ran out and bought this book because the Globe and Mail ran a review saying that it was a good summer read--a book that the reviewer could not put down.

That was not my experience! I had to force myself to finish this book--which is rare for me. I did not find the characters interesting and I found the story predictable.

Disappointing, especially given the strong review. I hope I can find some true good summer reads May 11, Katherine Owen rated it it was amazing Shelves: all-time-favorites.

I can't say what it is about this book that keeps me thinking about the story line long after I've finished it, but it does.

Delilah Blue is a little girl lost character who struggles to find out who she really is and what she wants, along with her mother and father.

This is a beautifully written novel. Its poignancy stays with you long after you turn the last page. I love Tish Cohen's writing style--open, honest, and forthright--a real gift.

Apr 14, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing. While this story was a bit slow to start, the author weaves an excellent tale that ties together generations and provides an opportunity for parents to evaluate their true motives.

Delilah is a strong character who, in spite of her odd upbringing, develops in to a bright, creative, introspective young woman who is able to see past her parents foibles and appreciate their love for her.

Cohen's suspenseful novel is about a young aspiring artist who is comes to grips with her true identity after her parents reveal the truth about her childhood.

Although it lacked the oompf that would give it 5 stars, this book is definitely a page-turner with accessible prose. Jun 11, Yvonne rated it really liked it.

I really quite liked this book. A story line that I've never come across before and, while it worked for the most part, could be considered a bit contrived.

That being said, it was an interesting story line and would be a great vacation book. There is some bad language and the main character does have a questionable "job".

Jun 22, Colleen rated it liked it. My overall impression of this book was "average. At times I felt the author was spoon feeding me the revelations and insights instead of allowing me to figure out the layers of the characters myself.

For example, the whole situation with the mother being the child and the child being the parent. I just felt it was dumbed down when it was so out in the open like that.

This technique made the book feel shallow despite My overall impression of this book was "average. This technique made the book feel shallow despite the author's attempt at depth.

It was an easy read and it flowed well but wasn't captivating literature that made me contemplate the meaning of life. All that being said, if you are looking for a quick read on your holiday, this would fit the bill.

Oct 28, Jean St. Amand rated it liked it. I started out not liking this book much because it wasn't believable, but as the story went on I liked it more as it got more detailed.

As more background was revealed the story made more sense. I read it quickly because I was anxious to find out why Victor had kidnapped his daughter.

By the end of the book I wanted to smack Elisabeth upside the head because self absorbed people really annoy me but I suppose for the story to make sense she had to be that way.

All in all a good read. Jul 25, Patty rated it really liked it Shelves: read-it. It took me about 90 pages to really get into this book.

It has a lot of beautiful description but I tend to be a "speed reader" and sometimes that puts me off a bit. He again wrote all the songs himself with the exception of the first track, which is public domain , but this time featured in the production credits as well.

The single "Take it on Faith" did not perform very well, and EMI , which owned his contract with Capitol, voided his contract shortly thereafter.

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