Lengard is a secret government facility for extraordinary people, they told me. I believed them. That was my mistake.There isnt anyone else in the world like me.Im different. Im an anomaly. Im a monster. For two years, six 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 word.As Janes resolve begins to crack under the influence of her new and unexpectedly kind evaluator, she uncovers the truth about Lengards 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....
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Whisper (Whisper #1) Reviews
Note: Special thanks to Kids Can Press for providing an ARC for review.
I am so disappointed and angry that I don’t even know where to begin. The premise seemed like something I would love but the poor execution of the plot and horribly developed characters prevented that from happening. The prologue had an interesting hook and I actually didn’t want to stop reading. Despite the first few interesting chapters, the book lost me past Chapter 2.
(An excellent depiction o ...more
It’s been a while since I have picked up a sci-fi novel, but now I definitely want to get back into the genre. Whisper is an incredibly secretive book with a main character who has not spoken since her capture. The writing style is also fitting for the story, making it even more enjoyable.
Full review on The Candid Cover
While it's easy to draw parallels with other series - X-men particularly - Whisper offers so much more than it might first seem.
Jane has been imprisoned at some sort of research facility for over two years. In that time, she hasn't spoken a word, and she's clearly traumatised over the death of her parents, the even that precipitated her imprisonment. However, there's more to this facility than meets the eye - and I don't just mean that it's buried in a very central Sydney location.
The characte ...more
Awesome fantasy read with all the twists and turns that I didn't see coming. I loved every minute of it. I was rooting for 684 the whole time reading this. There was a few spots that I thought could be moved along a little faster but that's ok because the next part would pick it right up and you were happy to read it.
We are taken through to the life of 684 or JD or Jane or even Chip if you want to call her or her real name! She is an amazing girl and is able to put off talking for mo ...more
Those last few pages like OMFG LIKE I WAS STRESSED OUT GUYS LIKE HOLY COW THAT WAS INTENSE AND I NEED MOOOORREE
Thanks to Edelweiss and the publishers(KCP) for proving me an eARC
The story is narrated by the 18 year old,female protagonist who has been imprisoned in a secret government facility. It has been around 2.5 years since “Jane Doe” or 684 has become part of the Lengarde facility. Her daily routine starts with a session with Dr Manning , who does her psych evaluation,followed by her phsical strength and endurance training by Enzo and ends with “experimental therapy” by Dr Vanik..But Jane hasn’t spok ...more
Thank you to NetGalley for a free copy of this book.
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 others.
I 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 gue ...more
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When a mute test subject called Jane Doe suddenly finds her routine disrupted by a kind boy called Ward, her whole world changes. Unlike the confinement in a cell and the torturous laboratory tests she’s been undergoing, he actually talks to her and treats her with kindness. What does he want from her? Is this just a trick? Whisper opens up with the core mystery: Who is Jane Doe and what do they want with ...more