Waiting on Wednesday: Louder than Words

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly blog event hosted by Breaking the Spine that features upcoming releases that we are eagerly awating. Of course, the book I’ve chosen is written by a debut author, and as soon as it comes out, I will DEFINITELY post about it.

Louder than Words

by Laurie Plissner

December 18th, 2012 by Merit Press

From Goodreads:

The debut novel of an American original, Laurie Plissner’s is both medical thriller and lyric love story in the tradition of magical realism

Since the snowy night when her family’s car slammed into a tree, killing her parents and little sister, Sasha has been unable to speak except through a computer with a robotic voice. Nothing is wrong with her body; that’s healed. But, after four years, Sasha’s memory, and her spirit, are still broken. Then one day, she’s silently cussing out the heavy book she dropped at the library when a gorgeous, dark-haired boy, the kind of boy who considers Sasha a freak or at least invisible, “answers” Sasha’s hidden thoughts — out loud. Yes, Ben can read minds; it’s no big deal. He’s part of a family with a host of unusual, almost-but-not-quite-supernatural talents. Through Ben’s love, Sasha makes greater progress than she has with a host of therapists and a prominent psychiatrist. With him to defend her, bullies keep the world from ever understanding Sasha, he pulls away. Determined to win him and prove her courage by facing her past, Sasha confronts her past — only to learn that her family’s death was no accident and that a similar fate may wait for her, in the unlikeliest of disguises.

Guys, I’m pumped for this book as I have also received an advanced copy of it! Holla. More to come later.

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