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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Format: Kindle Edition. This story does not ease you into the narrative. First two chapters, you are given phrases and descriptions that are plain confusing. But if you are patient and continue on, you find yourself in an almost magical world of science and fantasy, and reading a very good story with characters who really stand out in your imagination.
Stephanie and Isaac Flint have a unique voice in their storytelling, and laid the groundwork for what I hope will lead to many more books in the near future. This is likely classified as a YA novel. I left that period behind over forty years ago, and I loved the book. Meanwhile, I hope to track down what is already available, and get it safely onto my Kindle for a time when all I want is a chance to sit down and enjoy a day or two of reading, confident that none of that time will be wasted.
Enter a world of sci-fi where humans intergrate with machines and computers. Where humans interact dirctly with computers. A world of telepathy, telekinesis, mind probes, electrical stimulation. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Whisper , please sign up. Although I am sad if wont be published till : Is this a standalone??? Laura As of right now it is not listed as being part of a series, although I suspect it will be.
Liv H I messaged Lynette Noni a little while ago and she said she would announce a sequel soon! See all 6 questions about Whisper…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Just imagine! This book had me glued to it and I absolutely loved everything about it.
The plot, the story, the characters, writing style, and most importantly the mystery it creates!
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We are introduced to a mysterious girl who is silent since don't know when. She is at a secret research facility, Lengard, for almost three years where she is called They also gave "Words are too precious to throw around carelessly. They also gave her a fake name Jane Doe because she refuses to give them any info about her including her name.
She is told that Lengard is a place for extraordinary children like her. She is experimented on and tortured just to get anything out of her but she is one tough cookie. One day, the Director of the facility warned her that if she won't respond or co-operate with the evaluators within a month, she will be removed from the program. As her last chance, she is assigned to a new evaluator Landon Ward and that's when things start to change. In a state of panic she utters some words and strange things start to happen. Stranger things come ahead as you read it because guys!
I don't want to give any spoiler just so the illusion of this wonderful world created by Lynette Noni doesn't break. Trust me when I say, go into this book blind. The lesser you know the better and get ready to hooked on it until you devour it in one sitting. Lynette Noni has done a great job. Her wtiting style is superb. The world building is great and all the characters are awesome! Each character has a distinct personality. It feels like you are seeing everything how each character is talking, walking, smiling, acting etc.
When I read a book I hardly remember the names of side characters but with Whisper I have a list of my favorite side characters. Enzo is the sweet guy and I loved his sense of humor. Cami is so adorable and huggable. Keeda is sassy.
Ward is that mysterious guy you would never know what he is upto but he will melt your heart with his dimpled smile. Kael is just awesome! He radiates an aura of strength and power yet he is super caring and considerate. Now the character I really wanted to punch in the face - Vanik. I hate Vanik! Just so you know, after Voldemort, Vanik is my most hateable character. Lynette Noni has created a masterpiece of a book with living and breathing characters in an amazing world that feels so real.
I could even see the places in my head so clearly. I walked side by side in the dead white corridors with Jane Doe. I got exhauseted while running after her in the catacomb. Even her cell where she was imprisoned gave me chills. My most favorite scene from the book is: "I have never seen such a beautiful sight. So many words. So many wonders. You get it right! Reader's paradise! And the ending I want next sequel now Cover Art The cover art is simply amazing.
We see the face of a girl with eyes open amd staring directly at you.
There is an element of mystery and wonder on her face. Her eyes are blue and her lips are pink and other than that we don't see any colors. The title of the book Whisper is written accross her lips. Just perfect! Conclusion I absolutely loved it. This is a must read for fans of X-men and Stranger Things.
If you are a fan of X-man and Stranger Things you are definitely going to like it and even if you are not a fan, you are still going to love it for its strong plot, awesome characters, the suspense it creates and how fast-paced it is. It will make a great movie too. Yo Netflix! You hear that. This book is the one everyone will be talking about this year so go get your copies today. My Blog View all 8 comments. Apr 27, Phrynne rated it really liked it Shelves: books.
Science fiction set in Sydney! Goodies versus baddies but we take a long while to discover which is which. What more could you ask for: I really enjoyed this young adult novel. Okay so there is a love triangle and our main character has amazing powers but does not know how to use them and the bad guy's laboratory is like something out of Frankenstein. It is still a fun book. It moves fast and a lot of very interesting world building Science fiction set in Sydney!
It moves fast and a lot of very interesting world building takes place. I enjoyed all the characters and their different skills. The ending wrapped this book up nicely but at the same time left it wide open for a sequel. I look forward to it. Thanks to Netgalley for an advance copy to read and review. View all 5 comments. Erin Hey Phrynne, the sequel has been announced. Due out later this year :D Jul 01, PM.
Phrynne Thanks Erin! Jul 01, PM. I am nothing. No one. I am a test subject, not even worthy of a name. In these years she has been experimented on or should I say tortured! Words have cost her everything.
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I can do the unimaginable; I can Speak the impossible into being. And with just one wrong word she can change the whole world! But how much she can fight with 4. But how much she can fight with herself and keep going like this?? Loved it so much! My first read by this author and it was a winner! So good! Loved all the characters!
Main and secondary ones! They all are well developed! So well-written, well-paced with a perfect story-line! Told in single POV, 1st person. Looking forward to reading the next one! Overall, I had a good time with this one and hope you enjoy it as well! View all 28 comments. Sep 08, Maria V. Snyder rated it it was amazing. Loved this story! It's coming out in May and it is wonderful! The main character is afraid to speak and with good reason and I just was pulled in an couldn't stop reading!
Plus Lynette is the sweetest person you'll ever meet - she's from Australia and I got to know her when I was there and she's lovely - just lovely and I was happy to give her a blurb for her US debut! Thank you to NetGalley for a free copy of this book. In the beginning I was hooked, because I was eager to see what would happen next, but after a while my interest waned because I came to realize You're just like the others.
I couldn't put this book down during the first half, because I really wanted to know what was going on and the way the author kept you gue Thank you to NetGalley for a free copy of this book. I couldn't put this book down during the first half, because I really wanted to know what was going on and the way the author kept you guessing made it a pretty addictive read. For a while, at least. Some people might make comparisons to Shatter Me , but at least Shatter Me had a unique writing style, and even though the protagonist was melodramatic and arguably annoying for some people, she definitely had more of a personality than the one in this book.
I've read so much YA that at this point I've become very cynical towards any new YA book I read that doesn't do something unique. I thought the supernatural powers in this book's universe was pretty unique at first, but I feel like it's not much different from anything else now that I think about it. What makes it unique is that it's all about Speaking with a capital S.
At first I thought it was sort of clever, like maybe the author wanted to make a commentary on the real world because har har, words have power and it's not the word, it's the intent lol get it? Because real life. But nope, that wasn't even the moral of this book. I wasn't even sure what the moral was or if it had one. The whole words thing is just set dressing, the actual abilities these characters have are nothing you haven't seen before. And let's talk about the most annoying part of this book; the introduction of a love triangle in the second half.
My opinion and interest on it immediately plummeted from that point onward. It's bad enough the first guy, Ward, was kind of a douche already, but then they introduce us to a guy that's even douchier. He's one of those assholes who call you "princess" all the time. I don't find it charming or hot in the least. Frankly I think it's condescending and sexist. It just makes me think of Link in that old Zelda cartoon from the 80's. Seriously, who finds that stuff appealing? It's not cute and it needs to stop. What I did like about the book was, like I said, the addictive quality of the first half.
And I also liked Cami as a character; she was just genuinely a nice person, and I think this book would've benefited more if they showcased the friendship between Jane and Cami a lot more. This book is currently "Read Now" on NetGalley, and it's up to you if you wanna pick it up or not. It's a pretty quick read so you won't be wasting too much of your time, but don't go into it expecting anything new or out of the box.
It's just your average, run-of-the-mill YA book, and if that's your thing then go for it, sis. I, on the other hand, am sure I'll be forgetting about this book by tomorrow. View all 3 comments. About: Whisper is a young adult fantasy written by Lynette Noni. The genres are young adult, science fiction, and fantasy. This book is intended for readers ages 14 and up, grades 9 and up. This book is a fantastic read! I love the plot and the characters. I love Abby and her kid-ish ways. I love the humor. They are definitely great supporting characters! She has been kept there for over two and a half years.
She is treated like a prisoner with handcuffs and guards when moving from one room to the next. She is on a strict daily schedule for analysis like a lab rat. When the program is about to lose hope on her, Falon, the Director assigns her to Landon Ward for a one-on-one session.
Landon introduces her to being normal. She gets to read books and treated with respect. One day Landon offers to take her aboveground for a change of scenery. Something happened and she spoke her first word in over two and a half years. Her word have an effect that will shock readers! This book is very well written and developed. I like the mystery and suspense. I like not knowing what will happens next. I love the whole underground secretive world.
Vanek gives me goosebumps.
I enjoy the writing and the story because it keeps me hooked. I like how the title is weave into the story multiple times. This book is an excellent read and I highly recommend everyone to read it! Please be assured that my opinions are honest. View 2 comments. Would you read another book by this author? I will pre-order them if possible.
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Who might enjoy this book? She refuses to tell them her name, she refuses to speak at all. Jane has been imprisoned and kept as test subject at Lengard for nearly 3 years. She knows nothing of the experiments purposes, as nobody tells her why is there and why they are testing her. She was told that Lengard was a place for extraordinary people, and she believed them.
The story builds when Jane is assigned to a new evaluator named Ward. Jane is very cautious of Ward, as he is the only person to show her any type of kindness or compassion in over two years.
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While she tries to keep her guard up against him, he slowly chips away at the walls she has put up in order to protect herself and those around her. In a moment of panic Jane shatters her wall of silence and is then introduced to the real world of Lengard and the secrets that the government facility has been hiding from those it claims to protect. She has to decide which side to believe, and making the wrong decision or the wrong moves could have deadly consequences for her. Her faith in those claiming to help and protect her is tested as the ultimate battle beings.
The ending had me craving a sequel immediately. Action packed and thrilling, a picture was so well painted that I could swear I was watching a movie instead of reading. Special Thanks: Special thanks to the publisher and author for providing me with an advanced reader copy of this book through Goodreads Giveaways.
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