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mobi º Whisper Whisper #1 ´ Lynette Noni 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 Thank you to NetGalley for a free copy of this book 25 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 othersI 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 supernaturalsci fi YA Some people might make comparisons to Shatter Me but at least Shatter Me had a uniue writing style and even though the protagonist was melodramatic and arguably annoying for some people she definitely had of a personality than the one in this bookLet'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 uniue I thought the supernatural powers in this book's universe was pretty uniue at first but I feel like it's not much different from anything else now that I think about it What makes it uniue 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 beforeAnd 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'sSeriously who finds that stuff appealing? It's not cute and it needs to stopWhat I did like about the book was like I said the addictive uality 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 if they showcased the friendship between Jane and Cami a lot Or heck have the protagonist be gaybi and let Cami be the love interest that certainly would've been much interesting than another average hetero love triangleThis 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 uick 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

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ePub · Whisper Whisper #1 Paperback å ➹ [Download] ➵ Whisper Whisper #1 By Lynette Noni ➼ – Gwairsoft.co.uk “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 “Lengar 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  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 nameGradually 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 recommendWith thanks to Pantera Press for my copy to read in exchange for an honest review

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Whisper Whisper #1“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 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