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eBook Speechless ePub

by Hannah Harrington

  • ISBN: 0373210523
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: Hannah Harrington
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harlequin Teen (August 28, 2012)
  • Pages: 267
  • ePub book: 1982 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1446 kb
  • Other: lrf docx mobi lrf
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 594

Description

Hannah Harrington weaves a fast-paced and heartfelt story about first loss and first loves. Speechless Reader Guide. Questions for Discussion. Q & A with Hannah Harrington.

Hannah Harrington weaves a fast-paced and heartfelt story about first loss and first loves. Readers will adore following a protagonist as real and raw as Harper Scot. tender, funny and moving debut.

And Hannah Harrington did not let me down with Speechless! . Speechless is one of those books that's an enjoyable and entertaining book, but at the same time it still makes you really think about the issue at hand.

And Hannah Harrington did not let me down with Speechless! Both Saving June and Speechless dealt with tough issues, but Speechless is one of those books that is so relevant to right now. I loved the characters in Speechless. I really understood Chelsea, the protagonist, because I too loved to be up in everybody's business in high school.

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Hannah Harrington's novel made me want to climb on rooftops and declare its awesomeness. Wonderfully constructed characters in a beautifully written novel - and it manages to be funny in spurts while tackling some very tough issues. One of the best reads in YA I've read this year.

1 Work in Speechless - Hannah Harrington. Navigation and Actions. this book isnt even listed on ao3 apparently. I started re-reading this book and I just wanted to write a little something. Reader is not gendered. for some reason ao3 wont let be make dex's name not in caps in that first relationship tag. Summary. Reader gets caught in the rain on their walk home from work, and they duck into Rosie's to wait for it to stop.

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Hannah Harrington resides in Michigan with one dog and too many cats. When she isn’t busy writing like a crazy person, she enjoys arguing about politics, watching documentaries, playing guitar (very badly), and speaking about herself in the third person

Hannah Harrington resides in Michigan with one dog and too many cats. When she isn’t busy writing like a crazy person, she enjoys arguing about politics, watching documentaries, playing guitar (very badly), and speaking about herself in the third person. You can find her online at hannahharrington. and on Twitter rington. Библиографические данные.

Everyone knows that Chelsea Knot can't keep a secret. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

Everyone knows that Chelsea Knot can't keep a secretUntil now. Because the last secret she shared turned her into a social outcast—and nearly got someone killed.Now Chelsea has taken a vow of silence—to learn to keep her mouth shut, and to stop hurting anyone else. And if she thinks keeping secrets is hard, not speaking up when she's ignored, ridiculed and even attacked is worse.But there's strength in silence, and in the new friends who are, shockingly, coming her way—people she never noticed before; a boy she might even fall for. If only her new friends can forgive what she's done. If only she can forgive herself.

Comments

Dodo Dodo
After Saving June, Hannah Harrington made her way on my "auto-buy" list of authors. After just one book! So yes, I was super excited to get my hands on Speechless.

And Hannah Harrington did not let me down with Speechless! Both Saving June and Speechless dealt with tough issues, but Speechless is one of those books that is so relevant to right now. Speechless is one of those books that's an enjoyable and entertaining book, but at the same time it still makes you really think about the issue at hand.

I loved the characters in Speechless. I really understood Chelsea, the protagonist, because I too loved to be up in everybody's business in high school. I didn't spread anything around - and we didn't really have cliques at my high school (it was too small, I think?) but I totally liked to hear all the gossip. So yes, I totally felt for her and I thought she was brave when it really counted.

And Sam! I love Sam. He was such a quirky, interesting character and the perfect love interest. Their relationship, although they were perfect for each other, didn't compete with Jake and Harper from Saving June - who was my favourite couple of any book I read in 2011. But I really liked the romantic aspect of Speechlessnonetheless - I just loved Sam so much.

Speechless was so well-written. There were so many beautiful one liners and pages that I marked the corners on so I can go back and write down all my favourite quotes. And I'm not usually a big quote saver (although I want to be), but Hannah Harrington really delivered with the writing.

If you were a fan of Saving June, don't miss Hannah Harrington's new book, Speechless. And go pick them both up if you haven't read Saving June! Speechless is relevant and beautifully written, with relatable characters and a perfect romance.
Rainpick Rainpick
I saw Hannah Harrington speak at Traverse Area District Library shortly after the publication of this book, so I was curious to read it. I enjoyed the characterizations of the teenagers. I am now 55 years old but I remember what it was like in high school when your only identity was that which your peers thought you were. Hannah depicts this so well. Only the idioms have changed. What stayed the same was every kid's desire to be accepted by some IN group of people who pressure their friends to be just like them in every thought or they are on the outs. And like every kid, Hannah's character has to learn to not care so much what other people think of her and learn to trust her own self.
I'll be watching your career closely Hannah, I know that someday you will be banned!
Cerana Cerana
This book started out slow for me because I didn't like Chelsea very much. But I'm sure that was the author's intent in the beginning of the book. By the end of the book, I liked her a lot better. She became a much better person by just shutting her mouth and paying attention to the people and places around her. She connected with authentic people she would have missed out on by being so fake. Some people could learn quite a lot from this book, I think. People begin to see the inner girl she kept hidden beneath a fake front for so long. But don't ever mistake her for being weak. Weak she is not. She has moxie. I didn't love this book, but I liked it quite a lot.
Khiceog Khiceog
I got this book 2 years ago, and I'm just now writing a review because I am still in love with this story.
The writing is phenomenal: a teenage girl realistically talks like this, but I'm not cringing at bad grammar.
The story itself is even better. It's entertaining while still giving one of the best/most cliche/most important lesson ever: think before you speak.
Trust ms, you will not regret getting this book.
Coiwield Coiwield
I'm rating this book five stars because it exceeded my expectations. Amazon was having a special 1·99 sale on the kindle book and before I knew it I read it in one day. Right from the beginning of the the book, the author did a great job of describing the characters and making a reader want to find out more. Had a great moral to the story and kept me entertained.
Daigami Daigami
This book... I don't... I love...UGH! This book has left me speechless! Lol. This truly is an excellent book and if I could come up with the right words I wouldn't be able to say enough. I believe that this is a book that everyone would benefit from reading. I'm a mother of a 16 yr old girl and after finishing this book all I keep thinking about is how this should be a book given to read as an English assignment. While entertaining there is so much for our teenagers to learn. I will be highly encouraging my daughter to read this book (well at least when she finished the Shakespeare unit she is studying).
Bloodray Bloodray
My daughter chose this book for her last book report of the year. There's language, sure. But the message is so much more. I enjoyed it as much as she did.