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Whispers by [Savage, HK]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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Length: 319 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Product Details

  • File Size: 3513 KB
  • Print Length: 319 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Staccato Publishing (December 9, 2014)
  • Publication Date: December 9, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00Q30WY1O
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #800,443 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By K. Reckard on December 9, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Normal was never a word that Natalie would have used when describing herself. Alone was how she preferred to spend her time, she found it very difficult to make connections like other teenage girls.

Natalie found solace in ways others found confusing and dangerous. Even though there was no absolute relief from the relentless whispering in her head, cutting at least gave her the distraction to subside it for a while. Over the years, countless medications, prescribed by doctors who never had any answers, made her life barely tolerable. That is until Natalie meets a considerate Doctor, one who offers her peace she hasn’t found anywhere else and the encouragement to take the next leap in life.

Avery, Natalie’s new blond haired “daddy’s girl” college roommate, is everything Natalie is not. But Natalie can’t say no to Avery. She soon finds herself thrown into the college mix where the whispers are pushing her to the edge.

As Natalie gets acquainted with her “Special Support Network”, she begins to feel confident for the first time. Her new feelings of composure are tested when she’s introduced to Luka, her handsome hand-selected personal tutor, and the whispers start responding to her own thoughts.

Great story written by a fantastic author. Savage writes her characters with precision and depth, two things necessary for a successful story. The journey is well thought-out and planned. You will quickly find yourself fighting for Natalie success while sharing in her emotional turmoil.
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By Amber on January 24, 2015
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Bob and Valerie find out that their daughter Natalie is a cutter when the school noticed they ordered testing. Bob and Valerie wanting to keep her being different a secret so others won't tease her. After the some testing is done Dr. Spencer says "Natalie’s issues are relatively minor and there is no reason why with counseling and medication we can’t keep her as a student at this school." Her parents just think it's going to go away until they learn she needs treatment. With help from counselors and teachers she makes it through high school. She get accepted into college and that is where she meets Ivy a teacher who is helping her get the voices under manage without meds. She also introduces her to Luka he is just like she is and she learns that. Luka and Ivy teach Natalie how to cope with the voices. She is attracted to Luka and working with him so much makes it hard since he can hear her thoughts. Will they get together before he graduates and leaves for work. There is a place they all work and Luca and Ivy are going to work there and there will be some dramatic things that happens.

Very well written. Story flows wonerfully. Valerie is a character that i relate to . A girl struggling with life and herself.
4 stars A wonderful story
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What I liked: I loved the way how we slowly saw everything revealed, how everything was connected even in places we had no idea the main plot would connect in. Natalie was a character who I questioned quite a bit in the beginning as I discovered what made her "special." It took a while for Nat to understand what was actually happening with her, but I was able to understand what was happening to her fairly early on. It was easy to understand Luka's ability when we meet him, although he is not a particularly friendly character. Looking back at the beginning of the book after finishing it, there is quite a lot of character development for several of the characters, though not always positive character development. One character does have plenty of negative character development before the end of the book. Plus, while Avery, Nat's roommate, isn't a pleasant person in the beginning she has a lot of development by the end, I just wish we could have seen more of the development in friendship between the two girls.

What I didn't like: There was a really slow start to this book, it took a long while to get anywhere and for a while I wasn't exactly sure what the point was for this book other than what I had to go off of with the summary. Yeah, it read good with some semi-interesting things in the beginning, but it isn't until close to the tennis racquet incident that I found myself more invested in finishing the book.

Overall Review: I loved the character development for Natalie, she's a very different person at the end of the book compared to the beginning. She changes in a dynamic way and shows more of who she is as the book moves on, and I really enjoyed that.
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So the opinion I had when I started this book totally changed by the time I finished it, I thought it was going to be a straight forward NA/YA read but by the last word it proved to be something much much more.

Whispers is the story of Natalie a girl who has been branded as "Special", she is talked at and talked about, she is different, things appear in her head that have no business of being there.

She is a troubled girl and the only thing that keeps her tethered to her own thoughts is the knife she uses to harm herself.

Her family and doctors decide the best step to take is to use medication and slowly she starts to feel...well maybe better is not the best word but she starts to feel a tiny bit normal.

She receives a letter offering her a place at a college she does not remember applying to but hoping to lead a normal life and to have some quiet time away from her family she takes her place and begins to live again.

She has to take part in a study programme and during this course she meets Luka who will be her tutor, he is gorgeous, dark and brooding, and she is shocked to find out she can hear him inside her head.

Natalie is thrown by Luka and tries to avoid him but they are drawn together and she finds out that the "special" branding that she has had is wrong, she can hear people, she can hear their thoughts and Luka can hear them too.

Together they form a special bond, one that goes from friendship to love and when Luka starts working away as an intern Natalie misses him terribly but things are about to get worse with one phone call that destroys her world.
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