Book Review#21: The Enchanted Carousel by Shari Penny

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GOODREADS SYNOPSIS:

Chloe is not happy. Why must she be carted off to spend two weeks of her precious vacation in an ancient house with her grandmother Crystal, when there are so many fun things she could be doing with her friends?

She is forbidden to go up in the attic – but so what? Chloe is going up there whatever her grandma says.

Among the ancient treasures in the attic, Chloe finds an old journal. It’s not long before she is caught up in the story of Crystal and Matt as they try to reunite the restless spirit of a young girl with her father. To do this, they must follow the clues to find the enchanted carousel with the help of some unusual characters.

She is entranced by the enchanting tale, but is it a story or can it possibly be true? Chloe will soon find out – and along the way she will learn something about the magic of friendship and the bonds of family love…

REVIEW:

THE ENCHANTED CAROUSEL by SHARI PENNY is a tale about a twelve year old girl Chloe who was forced to spent her time with her Grandmother who lives far away from the city life, no phone, no internet, simply no social fun, while she wanted to spend her vacations with her friends.

But against Chloe’s wish she was sent off to her grandmother’s house where she decided to disobey whatever her grandmother says no matter what, even she was prohibited to visit some areas of the house, especially the attic.

One day Chloe took the keys of the attic by fooling her grandmother, but less she knows that the way towards the attic is going to change her perspectives towards her life and her relations for forever!

MY VIEWS:

As a middle grade sucker when i got the offer to review this ARC from Pegasus Publishers I couldn’t resist it. I started reading this one as I received the ebook and begun my reading quest just before my mid semester exams, and trust me when I say that I finished this book overnight even when I took some reading time due to my exams, but I couldn’t stop myself from reading it completely and thus this book becomes one of mine most favourite middle grade book of the year.

Although this book contains a list of characters but Chloe is the outstanding character for me even though the books main concern is Chloe’s grandmother Crystal. I basically liked the way the author developed her character from the start till end, how she knock some sensibility and responsibilities in her. And the tale the Author narrates is so charismatic, like i absolutely feels like i’m that i’m not  just the reader it feels like i’m actually on a quest.

Shari Penny has done a fantastic job while writing her debut book and i’m glad that I got the chance to read it as well. such a terrific yet a fascinating tale.

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share your all time favourite read!

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Blog Tour: The Song Of Crimson Flower by Julie C. Dao

**I received an ARC for this blog tour and from a giveaway. These are my honest opinions, and in no way was I compensated for this review.**

Title: Song of the Crimson Flower
Series: Rise of the Empress companion
Author: Julie C. Dao
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Publisher: Philomel Books

Release Date: November 5th 2019
Pages: 288
ISBN13: 9781524738358
Buy Links:Goodreads | Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Book Depository | IndieBound

BLURB:

From the acclaimed author of Forest of a Thousand Lanterns comes a fantastical new tale of darkness and love, in which magical bonds are stronger than blood.
Will love break the spell? After cruelly rejecting Bao, the poor physician’s apprentice who loves her, Lan, a wealthy nobleman’s daughter, regrets her actions. So when she finds Bao’s prized flute floating in his boat near her house, she takes it into her care, not knowing that his soul has been trapped inside it by an evil witch, who cursed Bao, telling him that only love will set him free. Though Bao now despises her, Lan vows to make amends and help break the spell.
Together, the two travel across the continent, finding themselves in the presence of greatness in the forms of the Great Forest’s Empress Jade and Commander Wei. They journey with Wei, getting tangled in the webs of war, blood magic, and romance along the way. Will Lan and Bao begin to break the spell that’s been placed upon them? Or will they be doomed to live out their lives with black magic running through their veins?
In this fantastical tale of darkness and love, some magical bonds are stronger than blood.

REVIEW:

“Love isn’t waiting for someone to remember me. Love isn’t dreaming about them all alone. Love is talking together, forgiving each other, finding common threads in the lives we want. I’ve learned that now. You taught me.”

The Song of the Crimson Flower was absolutely stunning, a beautiful tale of the powers of real love. It’s a sequel to FOREST OF THE THOUSAND LANTERNS and KINGDOM OF THE BLAZING PHOENIX.

The story is about an upper-class girl Lan who is the daughter of a former royal official. She has been raised in luxury and bliss. Lan tries to treat people kindly no matter their social status. At first, she thinks Bao is quiet and boring, but things eventually changed when Lan is finally offered the opportunity to find adventure, for which she desperately longs with the boy who truly loves her. But we can’t miss Tam with whom Lan was supposed to get married (confused??)
This story revolves around Bao and Lan after Lan’s alliance end abruptly. But not before the event which changed Bao’s and Lan’s lives. Bao thought Lan was the most selfless girl but he was wrong!! And these events lead Bao get entangled with Lan to save him from his curse!

MY VIEWS:

    1. The plot of this book was good, but it could have been even better if the story wasn’t dragged (that’s what I think). The story was slow paced like 1/3 of the book was only about their travelogue when the curse was supposed to be end with in two weeks.
    2. The main protagonist was confusing for me, like she don’t know what she is supposed to do next. But no doubt the blurb is intriguing and I like the way the author portrayed the female characters strong and dominating at some point.

 

  1. The start of the book was gripping. But as the story progressed it become predictable, I actually knew way before that what’s coming next and that where the book lost it’s charm for me.
  2. I actually have mixed feelings for this book or I would prefer I have a love and hate relation with this one, at some point it becomes interesting but the other moment I’m like “ man, I just knew it, it was going to happen….. Why this book is so predictable”

About the Author:

Julie C. Dao is a proud Vietnamese-American who was born in upstate New York. She studied medicine in college, but came to realize blood and needles were her Kryptonite. By day, she worked in science news and research; by night, she wrote books about heroines unafraid to fight for their dreams, which inspired her to follow her passion of becoming a published author. Forest of a Thousand Lanterns is her debut novel. Julie lives in New England.Goodreads | Website | Twitter

Tour Schedule:

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Erika from The Nocturnal Fey

Rafael from The Royal Polar Bear Reads-

Jenny from Levicorpvs Blog

Bryan from Bryan Hoards Books

NOVEMBER 13TH

Michelle from Magical Reads

Jessica from Endless Chapters

Lana from Bibliomedico

Sumedha from The Wordy Habitat

NOVEMBER 14TH

Fatina from Amazing Distance

Myrth from Tales Past Midnight

Ruthsic from YA on My Mind

Prin from Princess and Pages

NOVEMBER 15TH

Fatina from Amazing Distance

Myrth from Tales Past Midnight

Ruthsic from YA on My Mind

Prin from Princess and Pages

NOVEMBER 16TH

Silvana from siilbookishpastrychef
Lili from Utopia State of Mind
Dexter from Dexter Totalus
Maham from Shortcake Bibliophage

NOVEMBER 17TH

Leslie from Bibliophilekid

Jen from Jen D Bibliophile

Tiffany from Second Hand Pages

Shanice from Noellareads

Blog Tour + Giveaway: Sam Saves The Night by Shari Simpson

BLOG TOUR DAY 7:

Rockstar Book Tours

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ABOUT THE BOOK:

Title: SAM SAVES THE NIGHT
Author: Shari Simpson
Pub. Date: October 1, 2019
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion
Formats: Hardcover, eBook
Pages: 304
Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, Kindle, B&N, iBooks, Kobo, TBD

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BLURB:

What would you do if you could stay out all night and not get in trouble?

Thirteen-year-old Sam has no friends, but you can’t really blame her. She lives her life in a state of chronic exhaustion thanks to her nightly sleepwalking jaunts, which include trips to the store, treehouse-building projects, and breaking-and-entering escapades-none of which she remembers in the morning. Her condition is taking its toll on her family (and her life), so when her mom takes her to see a wacky strip-mall sleep specialist, Sam is wary, but 100 percent in.

The night after the doc works his mojo, Sam wakes up outside her body, watching herself sleep. FREAKY! But once she gets over the panic attack, she realizes there’s a whole world of detached-souls out there, called SleepWakers-cliques of kids like the Achieves, who use their sleep time to learn new things; the Numbs, who eat junk food and play video games all night long, and the OCDeeds who search for missing things and organize other people’s stuff. And then there are the Mean Dreams, led by Madalynn Sucret, the nicest girl in Sam’s school, who shows Sam that she can use her power to get back at a bully who’s been tormenting her. Sam is intrigued-until it becomes clear that Madalynn is the real bully and the “tormentor” is just, well… sad. Now Sam is faced with uniting the various tribes of SleepWakers to fight back against Madalynn and the Mean Dreams in the most epic battle the night has ever seen.

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EXCERPT:

THE ALARM CLOCK MODE was set to “Gentle Bird

Chirps,” but the sound still nearly sliced her skull in two.
How the heck could it be morning already? Sam groaned,
tried to move, but felt like someone had filled her body with
kitty litter. Her back ached from the jump/fall on the tree
house deck and her inner thighs were in knots, making her
wonder just how long she had been poised in Russian splits
over the power saw last night. Weezy’s snores only served
to mock her pain further. It was one of the great ironies of
Sam’s life, having a pet that slept like a rock approximately
twenty-three hours out of every twenty-four hour day.
There was no way she could summon the energy to pick out clothes for school. Knowing full well that it was social
suicide, she grabbed the jeans and T-shirt that lay discarded
on the floor from . . . two days ago? Yesterday? Didn’t matter.
Jaida would remember.
Sam’s evil-super-archnemesis-enemy, Jaida Coakley, and
her band of middle school minions, had been tormenting
Sam since her first day at Wallace Junior High—and for
much more minor sins than wearing the same clothes two
days in a row. But today’s fashesty (fashion travesty) would
still give Jaida all the ammunition a bully could dream of.
You’re welcome in advance, O Evil One, Sam thought wea-
rily as she pulled the T-shirt over her throbbing head. The
great irony was that Jaida was not all that fashile (fashion
facile) herself; her outfits fairly screamed color-blind!, her
pants were frequently too short, and she wore an ancient
sequined fanny pack with everything. But in some sort of
“Emperor’s New Clothes”-ish conspiracy, Jaida’s entourage
never seemed to notice, instead reserving all their mockery
for Sam’s missteps.
At the breakfast table, Margie was wearing a baseball cap
sideways over her bald patch, looking like a sad suburban
hip-hop wannabe. But her smile was bright and, for once,
unforced. “Guess what, hon? I called Dr. Fletcher’s office to
leave a message and would you believe, he answered?! At
seven o’clock in the morning!”

A disembodied voice came from the hallway. “Big deal.
He’s a sleep doctor, isn’t he?” Jax slouched in, rubbing his
eyes. “He better be at the office all night, or he’ll lose his
license. Oh, wait. He already did.”
Margie ignored this. “And he’s going to see you today
after school, and do your in-lab sleep study tonight! Isn’t
that incredible?”
“Tonight?” Sam said uneasily. “Why so fast?”
“Probably because you’re his only patient.” Jax reached
into the fruit bowl on the counter and came up with a
banana so gruesomely overripe, it was fit for neither man
nor beast nor bread. He tossed it back. “The rest are wan-
dering the highways at night, moaning, electrodes dangling
from their flesh.”
Margie tried to flash him a stern look, which was
deflected by the bill of her sideways cap. “No. Because it’s
good timing, being a Friday and all. And of course, because
I told him how serious our situation is. He seems very nice,
Samantha, and very interested in your case.”
Yeah, the Case of the Head Case, was what Sam thought.
What she said, however, was, “Okay. Fine. Whatever. You’re
on lunch shift today? So you’ll pick me up after school?”
And when Margie’s face fell at Sam’s lack of enthusiasm,
she added, “Sorry, Mom. I’m sure he’ll be great!”—because
every head case knew two things: how to apologize, and how to fake a gung-ho response for the benefit of the non–
head cases who suffered alongside them.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Shari Simpson is a playwright and screenwriter who cowrote the off-Broadway hit Maybe Baby, It’s You and the Disney Channel Original Movie The Swap, both with her longtime writing partner, Charlie Shahnaian. She also won the 2012 BlogHer Voice of the Year for Humor Writing. Shari lives in Hoboken, NJ, with a patient husband, two hilarious teenagers, a demonic cat, and her pug, Mila Kunis. This is her first novel. Twitter | Goodreads

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GIVEAWAY DETAILS:

3 winners will receive a finished copy of Sam Saves The Night, US Only. Click here to enter

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TOUR SCHEDULE:

Week One:

10/1/2019- Cindy’s Love of Books Excerpt

10/2/2019- Portrait of a Book Review

10/3/2019- Moonlight Rendezvous Review

10/4/2019- BookHounds YA Excerpt

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Week Two:

10/7/2019- Struck by Stories Review

10/8/2019- Twirling Book Princess Excerpt

10/9/2019- Shortcake_bibliophage Excerpt

10/10/2019- Love, Stars and Books Review

10/11/2019- Dazzled by Books Review

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Week Three:

10/14/2019- YA Book Nerd Review

10/15/2019- Life Within The Pages Review

10/16/2019- fictitious.fox Review

10/17/2019- Fyrekatz Blog Review

10/18/2019- The Try Everything Excerpt

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Week Four:

10/21/2019- Novel Novice Excerpt

10/22/2019- Nerdophiles Review

10/23/2019- Southern Girl Bookaholic Review

10/24/2019- Two points of interest Review

10/25/2019- Little Red Reads Review

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Week Five:

10/28/2019- PopTheButterfly Reads Review

10/29/2019- Savings in Seconds Review

10/30/2019- Wonder Struck Review

10/31/2019- Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers Review

Blog Tour + Giveaway: Bruce’s Big Storm by Ryan T. Higgins

BLOG TOUR DAY 1:

Rockstar Book Tours

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ABOUT THE BOOK:

Title: BRUCE’S BIG STORM
Author: Ryan T. Higgins
Pub. Date: September 3, 2019
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion
Formats: Hardcover, eBook
Pages: 48
Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, Kindle, B&N, iBooks, Kobo, TBD

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BLURB:

Bruce’s home is already a full house.But when a big storm brings all his woodland neighbors knocking, he’ll have to open his door to a crowd of animals in need of shelter-whether he likes it or not.Readers will love this next installment of the uproarious, award-winning Mother Bruce series.

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EXCERPT:

I’m still waiting for the excerpt by the publishers 🙈

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Ryan T. Higgins is a New York Times Bestselling author/illustrator residing in Southern Maine. He lives with his two dogs, two cats, one gecko, one tortoise, one son, one daughter, and one wife. As a child, he lived on a diet of cartoons, cheese sandwiches, and climbing trees. At the age of four he decided to become a cartoonist and he’s been making his own cartoons ever since.

Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Goodreads

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GIVEAWAY DETAILS:

3 winners will receive a finished copy of BRUCE’S BIG STORM, US Only. Click here to enter

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TOUR SCHEDULE:

Week One:
10/1/2019- Shortcake_bibliophageExcerpt
10/2/2019- Cindy’s Love of BooksExcerpt
10/3/2019- fictitious.foxReview
10/4/2019- BookHounds YAReview

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Week Two:
10/7/2019- PopTheButterfly ReadsReview
10/8/2019- Do You Dog-ear?Review
10/9/2019- Savings in SecondsReview
10/10/2019- The Try EverythingExcerpt
10/11/2019- Starlight ReadsReview

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Week Three:
10/14/2019- Treestand Book ReviewsReview
10/15/2019- Beagles and BooksReview
10/16/2019- Little Red ReadsReview
10/17/2019- Wonder StruckReview
10/18/2019- Life Within The PagesReview

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Week Four:
10/21/2019- Fyrekatz BlogReview
10/22/2019- Southern Girl BookaholicReview
10/23/2019- Two points of interestReview
10/24/2019- Novel NoviceReview
10/25/2019- Here’s to Happy EndingsReview

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Week Five:
10/28/2019- YA Book NerdReview
10/29/2019- Satisfaction for Insatiable ReadersReview
10/30/2019- NerdophilesReview
10/31/2019- Wishful Endings– Review

Book Review#20: The Magic Touch by Kelly Florentia

BLOG TOUR:

Hey guys so today’s my turn for the blog tour of this amazing and cracking debut book by Kelly Florentia, so here we go!!

GOODREADS SYNONPSIS:

So this books is all about the love life of Emma King. She’s a 39 y/o gingerhead woman, she’s a woman with colourful mind and is addicted to social media and is an illustrator by profession, who fall in love with her savior Harry Georgiades a greek man, who’s a nurse.

Emma don’t usually get along with men since her childhood, cause her father was a strict person and she never had a good father-daughter relationship. But, Emma and Harry have the perfect love life…

Life isn’t the same is it? Nah!! So the oh-so-perfect-life of Harry and Emma was more perfect since the day Emma turndowns Harry’s marriage proposal a her in-laws house, cause she think Harry was drunk back then.

The cracks were starting to show up!!

One day Emma mistakenly checked Harry’s phone, and her world turns upside down cause it was a from another woman😵!! She asked Harry regarding the text and he dismissed it!

So she sat on a quest to get her Harry back with the help of neighbor Alistair and her to-be sister-in-law and we jolly good friend Caroline… But Alistair died!!!

Even dead Alistair helped Emma and Caroline to unfold the truth of Harry’s affair and get Harry back in Emma’s life.

Confused?? So to get out of this confusion you have to read this book!!

MY VIEWS:

A Magic Touch is a cracking debut novel by Kelly Florentia.

I enjoyed the story of Emma King, Her boyfriend Harry. The author did a god job by making this book even more interesting as the story progressed, every new page brings a new turn in Emma’s life.

I loved Alistair and Caroline’s character’s more, although Emma was a strong protagonist and Harry was good in his own but I think they could he even better then this, but Alastair and Caroline were amazing. And Mas (Caroline’s husband) was the one who was the least likely character for me.

The plot was good and I love the fact how the author connects the book title with Emma’s life, and how important the magic touch was for Emma. And I loved the fact that how beautifully she conveyed a message through her book that Social media can turn your life into a complete disaster!!

I’m giving it 4 stars because I know Kelly can do even more better then this, she could’ve make Harry and Emma more stronger, and Harry could’ve sorted his issues on his own.

RATE:

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FEATURING:

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QOTD:

What will you do when you check your partner’s phone and think he/she having an affair?

OR

What’s your weekend’s plan?

YOU GUYS CAN ORDER THIS BOOK HERE:

Amazon – The Magic Touch by Kelly Florentia

NOTE OF APPRECIATION:

Thank you so much Accent Press Publication for this book and Kelly Florentia for this amazing Arc.

Book Review#19: A Curse So Dark And Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer (#book 1)

GOODREADS SYNOPSIS:

Fall in love, break the curse.

Cursed by a powerful enchantress to repeat the autumn of his eighteenth year, Prince Rhen, the heir of Emberfall, thought he could be saved easily if a girl fell for him. But that was before he turned into a vicious beast hell-bent on destruction. Before he destroyed his castle, his family, and every last shred of hope.

Nothing has ever been easy for Harper. With her father long gone, her mother dying, and her brother constantly underestimating her because of her cerebral palsy, Harper learned to be tough enough to survive. When she tries to save a stranger on the streets of Washington, DC, she’s pulled into a magical world.

Break the curse, save the kingdom.

Harper doesn’t know where she is or what to believe. A prince? A curse? A monster? As she spends time with Rhen in this enchanted land, she begins to understand what’s at stake. And as Rhen realizes Harper is not just another girl to charm, his hope comes flooding back. But powerful forces are standing against Emberfall . . . and it will take more than a broken curse to save Harper, Rhen, and his people from utter ruin.

REVIEW:

A Curse So Dark And Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer is the modern retelling of #beautyandthebeast , that brings three intriguing, complex characters, featuring a high-school senior, snarky, smart, and cynical Harper with a bad leg from cerebral palsy and also a raft of family troubles, who finds herself snatched from her world to the kingdom of Emberfall, where Prince Rhen has been forced to relive the autumn of his 18th birthday 300 times now, with his Guardsman Grey.
Desperate to get back to her very troubled family, Harper isn’t quite clear on the role she’s supposed to be playing or whether she wants to play it. But as Rhen, his friend Grey, and the kingdom work their way into her heart, she learns of the dark forces at play and is determined to stand against them.

A Curse So Dark And Lonely is an amazing retelling, of the beauty and the beast, is a delicate, mostly successful balance of darkness, gore, magic, humor, snark, and heart, and horses (yeah they play the most important part😅), there’s a lot of dark stuff, from the hacking, stabbing, to a sadistic villainess who makes her victim spit blood just for the fun. But in this murky world, young Harper’s snarky ways, kind heart, and considerable courage open up new possibilities and unexpected hope.

MY VIEWS:

A Curse So Dark And Lonely is mine first ever dark fantasy read. I have read many retellings but this is some then strong and intense. The character’s were well developed, the plot was amazing, and the writing style was easy yet gripping.

I love the duologue as it gave me a clear image of the situation, and when Rhen turns into a monstor I got the crystal clear impression of Rhen’s feeling.The war part was mine Favourite, I love how the author managed to show what every single character’s feeling and gave them the right to choose their path. P.S: Thank you KAY for hosting the buddy reading session of #acursesodarkandlonely or else I wouldn’t have read it yet🙈

RATE:

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FEATURING:

Featuring candle by @the.candlelicious and bookmark by @aneeladotcrafts

QOTD:

Recommend some Dark fantasy novel

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share your all time favourite read!

YOU GUYS CAN ORDER THIS BOOK HERE:

Amazon – A Curse So Dark And Lonely

Book Review#18: In Your Silence by Grace Lowrie

BLOG TOUR:

GOODREADS SYNONSIS:

Still reeling from a sudden and very one-sided break-up, Liam throws himself into his work and gets commissioned to restore the neglected grounds of a mansion, Wildham Hall, for its owner Gregory Sinclair.It is there that Liam meets Melody, who is mute.Liam has always suppressed the darkest side of himself, but as his clandestine liaison with Melody develops, she tests him and his deepest desires are dragged to the surface.

MY REVIEW:

IN Your Silence by Grace Lowrie is a coming of age fiction novel. The book features a girl named Melody Sinclair, who works as a proofreader. She’s a mysterious character of this amazing book because she think she’s different from the others because she’s mute and the outer world won’t accept her and will make fun of her. She live in Wildham Hall with her father Gregory Sinclair, who’s out for for business trips most of the year and her mother died when she was six. Melody has spent her whole life within the grounds of the Wildham Hall due to Gregory because he’s overprotective when it’s come to her and he thinks that she’s isn’t meant for the outer world.

Then there comes Liam Hunt, the protagonist of this book. He’s a teetotaler, as well as an expert when it comes to the restoration of the ruined/ neglected grounds. He learnt this art just for his ex-girlfriend who left him one day for an unknown reason, and for distracting himself from the haunted memories of her ex he accepted the offer that he got from Gregory Sinclair.So this story basically revolves around Liam Hunt and Melody Sinclair, when Liam started spotting Melody in the windows of the house and on the grounds whenever he’s alone. Liam was attracted towards Melody due to her silence and Melody for his unexpected behaviour towards her, as Liam never made a move that caught Melody off guard.Their was a passion growing between the two as the time goes on. Melody love to listen Liam whenever he talks regarding the grounds. And an unwanted sexual tension was growing between then as they get closer. But life was never easy for Melody. Once Gregory caught the two off guard on the grounds of Wildham Hall, Melody was ordered to get into the house and then the truth that Liam had to learned regarding Melody was not only unwelcoming for Liam only but it was for the reader as well.

MY PERSPECTIVE:

This story was amazing as well as disturbing for me. It was amazing because the author do justice to each and every character. The story line was fantastic. The tale was gripping and you can never guess what’s next. Their were many questions to be answered and she answered it fluently and the end was exact as I wanted it to be. It was disturbing because this book was regarding a topic that was out of my comfort zone. The tale of Melody and Gregory was something that I’ve read for the first time in my entire life, it wasn’t bad but it was definitely not what I was expecting it to be, Like “HOW CAN A FATHER HAVE A BAD EYE ON HIS OWN DAUGHTER, LIKE HOW PATHETIC HE IS.” But the author sorted it all out brilliantly but this truth still hunt me.

RATE:

This is one of the brilliant work that I’ve come across this year so I’ll rate it 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

NOTE OF APPRECIATION:

Thank you so much Accent Press Publication for this book and Grace Lowrie for this amazing Arc.

#QOTD:

Share your Disturbing Read.