le 3 mars 2015
I had a soft spot in my heart for the main character Oakley Farrell. Her silence didn’t drive her mad or into an unstable depression as most folks I know with the condition and I found this inspiring. She is determined to just lead a very normal life and overcome any odds as she dares to love a young man she has known for a long while.
My heart sank with the ruthless twist and turns the story began taking, after such a sweet and wonderful journey, but in the end, this was the authors intention and it’s her story, not ours, we are the readers and reviewers and we either like it or don’t. I liked it. The plot and how it turned out to be and how things developed towards the end and built up towards the sequel were masterful. It was nicely done, it was disturbingly good.
The characters were believable and this is something that grabs any reader, they were exquisitely revealed and the story deeply moving and compelling with your favorite characters toward the end in jeopardy that excites and sinks hearts. It was a very good read.
Al-Khemet Book Club, March 2015