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Science fiction set in Sydney Goodies versus baddies but we take a long while to discover which is which Deep tunnel complexes under Centre Point Tower and Taronga Zoo Whatcould 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 Goodies versus baddies but we take a long while to discover which is which Deep tunnel complexes under Centre Point Tower and Taronga Zoo Whatcould 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 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 Thank you to NetGalley for a free copy of this book 2.5 stars A way to describe my experience with this book would be akin to that of the rush of a new relationship with someone 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 Oh 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 2.5 stars A way to describe my experience with this book would be akin to that of the rush of a new relationship with someone 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 Oh 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 guessing made it a pretty addictive read For a while, at least And then I reached the halfway point where things get explained, and sadly I didn t find anything out of the norm when it comes to supernatural sci fi YA 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 hadof a personality than the one in this book.Let s pull up The List Heroine with minimal personality so self insert is still somewhat possible Supernatural teens Love triangle where both guys are kinda dickish Rebellion plot line Predictable villain whose only motive is taking over the world, mwa ha ha As you can tell, you won t really find much originality in this story 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 ve NEVER understood the appeal of that 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 benefitedif they showcased the friendship between Jane and Cami a lotOr heck, have the protagonist be gay bi and let Cami be the love interest, that certainly would ve been muchinteresting than another average hetero love triangle.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 Loved this story It s coming out in May 2018 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 4.25 StarsShe has been locked away from the world forthan two years She s known as Subject Six Eight Four and Jane Doe 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 She can t speak, oh no, she can but won t Words have cost her everything 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 4.25 StarsShe has been locked away from the world forthan two years She s known as Subject Six Eight Four and Jane Doe 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 She can t speak, oh no, she can but won t Words have cost her everything 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 herself and keep going like this Loved it so much My first read by this author and it was a winner So good I m not a big fan of Sci Fi I don t have the brain but sometimes it s good for the change of scenery and this one doesn t need so many grey cells to understand it Loved what she created, it s like magic 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 It s the first installment in the Whisper series and it ends on a cliffhanger a mild one Looking forward to reading the next one Overall, I had a good time with this one and hope you enjoy it as well About Whisper is a young adult fantasy written by Lynette Noni It will be published on 5 1 18 by KCP Loft, an imprint of Kids Can Press Hatchette Book Group, 320 pages The genres are young adult, science fiction, and fantasy This book is intended for readers ages 14 and up, grades 9 and up My Experience I started reading Whisper on 11 28 17 and finished it on 12 6 17 at nearly 1am This book is a fantastic read I love the plot and the characters Enzo s upbeat attitude is one of my favori About Whisper is a young adult fantasy written by Lynette Noni It will be published on 5 1 18 by KCP Loft, an imprint of Kids Can Press Hatchette Book Group, 320 pages The genres are young adult, science fiction, and fantasy This book is intended for readers ages 14 and up, grades 9 and up My Experience I started reading Whisper on 11 28 17 and finished it on 12 6 17 at nearly 1am This book is a fantastic read I love the plot and the characters Enzo s upbeat attitude is one of my favorite as well as Cami s niceness I love Abby and her kid ish ways I love the humor That fire water ice cracks me up as well as Crew and Enzo s bickering I love the different abilities each person has and it s a real treat to read them all in action Kael s humor is awesome as well and I can t decide who I like , Kael or Enzo They are definitely great supporting characters This book is told in the first person point of view following Jane Doe subject 684, being held captive by Lengard, a secret underground research facility 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 She doesn t utter a word during that entire time 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 emphasis on the main character s reactions with one word sentences I like the mystery and suspense I like not knowing what will happens next I love the whole underground secretive world I m surprised how quickly Jane trust Kael 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 There is a start of a possible romance, but it s up to readers imagination This book is an excellent read and I highly recommend everyone to read it Pro easy to read, fast paced, page turner, mystery, suspense, humor, couldn t put down, underground worldCon noneI rate it 5 stars Many thanks to Kids Can Press for the opportunity to read and review Please be assured that my opinions are honest.xoxo, Jasmine at www.howusefulitis.wordpress.com fordetails Re read 02 20 So this was just as good the second time around I think it helped that I d forgotten most of it That fact also makes me glad I re read it before moving on to book 2 because otherwise who knows where my thoughts would be.I m so keen to jump into book 2 with a renewed love for Kael and Cami and see whether I can forgive that JERK or not He has a LOT to make up for.Otherwise, I stand by my original review Original Review 05 18 What book lover doesn t love agreat storyRe read 02 20 So this was just as good the second time around I think it helped that I d forgotten most of it That fact also makes me glad I re read it before moving on to book 2 because otherwise who knows where my thoughts would be.I m so keen to jump into book 2 with a renewed love for Kael and Cami and see whether I can forgive that JERK or not He has a LOT to make up for.Otherwise, I stand by my original review Original Review 05 18 What book lover doesn t love agreat story about the power of words Naturally I was hooked from the first page, and completely unsurprised that I read this in a day It s why I waited for a day off to start it As a fan of The Medoran Chronicles, I was expecting this new offering from Lynette Noni to be pretty addictive and it didn t disappoint That being said, I m glad it went in a totally different direction from the fantasy world of TMC, because it made this book that muchrefreshing to read.So here is Jane, trapped in a secret government facility and experimented on She refuses to speak When her rigid schedule changes up and she s introduced to a new evaluator , things take an interesting turn.Always fun when the cast involves a handsome, protective gentleman, who only wants the best for our heroine The best part of YA or any book, really is forming unhealthy attachments to fictional characters, right Ward, Enzo, Cami, Kael love them all They are such a great crew, and really fun characters to get to know There s also that splash of grey to give them depth, and flesh them beyond typical stereotypes.I actually rather enjoyed how broken Jane was There s the whole superpowers angle that s alluded to in the blurb, but there s real pain in Jane s emotions, and how she reacts I felt quite distressed by her pain, so I really loved the progression of that journey.This is an origin story that has beautiful development made fun by colourful characters As a lover of words myself, the theme really spoke to me see what I did there and I rather enjoyed that exploration, even if there was a lot to take in The info dumps were modulated so it wasn t too much of an overload, but it s still pretty rich in detail The Sydney setting was fun, too There were a few occurrences that I kind of expected, and the formula of the story seemed familiar, but these things made it no less enjoyable for me I ll admit it, though I m a bit biased by my love of TMC I m so looking forward to the next installment, though, because I m expecting it to get pretty badass.Lovers of The Medoran Chronicles Akarnae, Raelia, Draekora, Graevale should enjoy this new series just as much, even if it s a little different Noni s writing still grabs you and refuses to let go I d also recommend this to readers who enjoy YA and dystopian, and suggest give it a go for anyone looking for an easy read with some memorable characters.I ll be eagerly awaiting book 2 Subject Six Eight Four had been locked in a cell during the night and experimented on during the day for over two and a half years The place was called Lengard it was filled with guards and evaluators she knew there were others, but she didn t see them Until the day she was taken to the head of Lengard and things changed She was still a monster and she still refused to speak They called her Jane Doe as she wouldn t tell them her name Gradually the kindness of the new evaluator caused Jane Subject Six Eight Four had been locked in a cell during the night and experimented on during the day for over two and a half years The place was called Lengard it was filled with guards and evaluators she knew there were others, but she didn t see them Until the day she was taken to the head of Lengard and things changed She was still a monster and she still refused to speak They called her Jane Doe as she wouldn t tell them her name Gradually the kindness of the new evaluator caused Jane s resolve to stumble But still she had no trust for anyone She didn t trust herself therefore, she trusted no one else But was something changing within the walls of the facility that she now called home Jane learned startling news was it true Could it possibly be that all she d thought was true, was lies And could she change anything with the powers she had no idea how to control Whisper by Aussie author Lynette Noni is the first in the Whisper series and I was captivated Nothing like I ve ever read before Set in Sydney or under Sydney to be precise directly below Centre Point Tower and Taronga Zoo A fascinating young adult speculative fiction novel and for the older among us , Whisper is one I highly recommend.With thanks to Pantera Press for my copy to read in exchange for an honest review Divergent meets Miss Peregrine s Home For Peculiar Children A definite MUST READ for 2018Genre Young Adult FantasyRating 5 5 starsRecommendation BUY IT, and while you re at it buy a copy for a friend Would you read another book by this author I will pay full price for her books I will pre order them if possible I am OBSESSED Who might enjoy this book Fans of Divergent and Miss Peregrine s Home For Peculiar Children.OverviewThe book starts off by introducing us to Jane Doe , Divergent meets Miss Peregrine s Home For Peculiar Children A definite MUST READ for 2018Genre Young Adult FantasyRating 5 5 starsRecommendation BUY IT, and while you re at it buy a copy for a friend Would you read another book by this author I will pay full price for her books I will pre order them if possible I am OBSESSED Who might enjoy this book Fans of Divergent and Miss Peregrine s Home For Peculiar Children.OverviewThe book starts off by introducing us to Jane Doe , at least that s what the staff at Lengard call her but that is not her name She refuses to tell them her name, she refuses to speak at all When she speaks, terrible things happen that she can t begin to understand let alone explain 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 She couldn t have beenwrong The story builds when Jane is assigned to a new evaluator named Ward If she doesn t make progress with him in a month she will be removed from the program 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 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 Being tormented by demons from her past, she doesn t have faith that she can harness her powers and control them 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 readingSpecial Thanks Special thanks to the publisher and author for providing me with an advanced reader copy of this book through Goodreads Giveaways I look forward to being considered for any of this authors books in the future My review is fair and honest, and I m no way is a reflection of the fact that I received this book at not cost to myself My review is based on immediate feelings after completing this book, and is not meant to be in comparison to other books I have read (E-PUB) ⛄ Whisper ë Lengard is a secret government facility for extraordinary people, they told me I believed them That was my mistakeThere isn t anyone else in the world like meI m different I m an anomaly I m a monster For two years, six months, fourteen days, eleven hours and sixteen minutes, Subject Six Eight Four Jane Doe has been locked away and experimented on, without uttering a single wordAs Jane s resolve begins to crack under the influence of her new and unexpectedly kind evaluator, she uncovers the truth about Lengard s mysterious program , discovering that her own secret is at the heart of a sinister plot and one wrong move, one wrong word, could change the world What if you knew that if you spoke out loud everyone around you would be affected This is the case with Jane Doe, or subject 684 This book is quite gripping with many twists Who to trust For over 2 years Alyssa Scott has been confined to a prison like situation with each day methods used to try and get her to speak and identify herself It takes sometime before out of desparation a change in tactics is introduced one where 684 begins to trust However to her dismay this is all an act and her What if you knew that if you spoke out loud everyone around you would be affected This is the case with Jane Doe, or subject 684 This book is quite gripping with many twists Who to trust For over 2 years Alyssa Scott has been confined to a prison like situation with each day methods used to try and get her to speak and identify herself It takes sometime before out of desparation a change in tactics is introduced one where 684 begins to trust However to her dismay this is all an act and her sense of desperation returns Through circumstances she accidently does speak and the consequences are that time stands still Through encouragement she is able to reverse the situation It is eventually revealed to her that a certain medication given to pregnant women has resulted in the children inheriting certain gifts, some can control other people s emotions, some can make others do harmful things to others etc Further, 684 is kidnapped and taken underground to a seperate group, one she was lead to believe were corruptors but where muchis revealed to her This read shows that the author has a fabulous imagination and this book will appeal to young readers in particular