Louder Than Words by Laurie Plissner

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The protagonist’s shocking findings are both frightening and dangerous, and the nonstop action draws the story to a most unlikely and terrifying ending.
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A girl with no voice, only one friend, and a synthetic speech machine that makes her sound like a robot--definitely not prom queen material. So traumatized on the night of the car wreck that killed her entire family that she lost her ability to speak and most of her memories, seventeen-year-old Sasha faces a lonely, quiet future...until she meets a beautiful boy who can literally read her mind.

 

About Laurie Plissner

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Laurie Plissner is the author of debut novel Louder Than Words (Merit Press), which was named one of "8 books to read after Twilight" (in the company of Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins), by Girl's Life Magazine. Her follow-up novel Screwed comes out in May. Laurie is a Princeton- and UCLA-educated litigator. She gave up the courtroom for life as a full-time mom, although she could not overrule her love of literature. She lives with her husband and two teenagers in CT.
 
Published November 18, 2012 by Merit Press. 272 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Micki Peluso on Dec 18 2012

The protagonist’s shocking findings are both frightening and dangerous, and the nonstop action draws the story to a most unlikely and terrifying ending.

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