Silence Is Goldfish

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Silence Is Goldfish [Download] ➵ Silence Is Goldfish Author Annabel Pitcher – Polishdarling.co.uk My name is Tess Turner at least, that s what I ve always been told I have a voice but it isn t mine It used to say things so I d fit in, to please my parents, to please my teachers It used to tell the My name is Tess Turner at least, that s what I ve always been told I have a voice but it isn t mine It used to say things so I d fit in, to please my parents, to please my teachers It used to tell the universe Silence Is PDF or I was something I wasn t It lied It never occurred to me that everyone else was lying tooFifteen year old Tess doesn t mean to become mute When she discovers that her dad isn t her biological father, at first she s just too shocked to speak But quickly she begins to see the benefit of silence She can protect herself from the questions she s too afraid to ask It frustrates the heck out of her parents And it also gets the attention of her handsome Math teacher, Mr HoldsworthTess sets out to discover the identity of her real father But when trouble strikes and everything spirals out of control, how can she ask for help when she s forgotten how to use her voice.


10 thoughts on “Silence Is Goldfish

  1. Sarah Elizabeth Sarah Elizabeth says:

    Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Hachette Children s Group and NetGalleyI might not always pay attention in Biology, but I am pretty certain that two blue eyed parents cannot produce a brown eyed childThis was a YA contemporary story about a girl who stopped talking.I felt quite sorry for Tess, the information that she stumbled across on her dad s computer was quite sensitive, and to find out in such a harsh way couldn Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Hachette Children s Group and NetGalleyI might not always pay attention in Biology, but I am pretty certain that two blue eyed parents cannot produce a brown eyed childThis was a YA contemporary story about a girl who stopped talking.I felt quite sorry for Tess, the information that she stumbled across on her dad s computer was quite sensitive, and to find out in such a harsh way couldn t have been easy for her The storyline in this was about Tess suddenly stopping talking as a form of protest, and I totally got why she did it I did find the way that she talked to a plastic goldfish flashlight in her head a bit weird though The ending to this was pretty good, and I was satisfied with the way things worked out for Tess.7 out of 10


  2. Figgy Figgy says:

    I wandered familiar streets feeling lost in the darkness, too scared of the stuff inside my head to be afraid of anything outside it And now here I am with a plan that involves a goldfish, who looks shocked because this is not at all what he thought was going to happen when he woke up this morning next to the bottles of de icer at the Texaco Garage that is the only home he s ever known.Tess has just read something shocking Six hundred and seventeen words in which her father revealed that he wa I wandered familiar streets feeling lost in the darkness, too scared of the stuff inside my head to be afraid of anything outside it And now here I am with a plan that involves a goldfish, who looks shocked because this is not at all what he thought was going to happen when he woke up this morning next to the bottles of de icer at the Texaco Garage that is the only home he s ever known.Tess has just read something shocking Six hundred and seventeen words in which her father revealed that he wasn t actually her father, and that his first feeling when she was born was one of disgust.Tess wasn t meant to read this, and her father no, not her father, Jack, doesn t know she saw it, doesn t know why she s suddenly stopped talking and is refusing to follow instructions She s defiant, she s distant, she s possibly lost it There were a lot of interesting themes within this novel, and it had the building blocks to make something amazing, but it came together as a rather uneven story.Multiple things within this novel suggested that, perhaps, the main character might have started out as a lot younger, and been aged to fit slightlyadult themes.The rest of this review can be found here Before Reading There must be a list on the Internet of what to buy when you re running away, but my phone is typically dead, like I swear it just passes out whenever things get stressful It s unconscious in my pocket so I can t look up a list of essential items for life on the road, but a children s torch in the shape of a goldfish seems a very sensible choice. Yeah, I think I m going to enjoy this one


  3. Claire (Book Blog Bird) Claire (Book Blog Bird) says:

    Mildly Spoilery Tess Turner has just discovered something terrible She read her dad s blog and six hundred and seventeen words later her world is kind of coming apart at the seams Soon she retreats into a world of silence, communicating only with her plastic goldfish torch, as she tries to make sense of what she s found out.I liked the theme of the book, which was all about identity and how where we come from shapes who we are There s also the nature versus nurture debate and the questio Mildly Spoilery Tess Turner has just discovered something terrible She read her dad s blog and six hundred and seventeen words later her world is kind of coming apart at the seams Soon she retreats into a world of silence, communicating only with her plastic goldfish torch, as she tries to make sense of what she s found out.I liked the theme of the book, which was all about identity and how where we come from shapes who we are There s also the nature versus nurture debate and the question of what constitutes a real parent the person whose DNA you share, or the person who raised you These questions are dealt with in depth, albeit through the eyes of an emotional fifteen year old.And this brings me on to Tess Unfortunately I didn t find Tess very relatable I think maybe it s because she s only fifteen, and a fairly immature fifteen, but this feltlike an MG novel than YA, especially the internal dialogue with her goldfish torch She was a bit self pitying and instead of just questioning her parents about what she had read and she seemed to have a fairly strong relationship with her parents, even though her dad was a bit of a prat , she just bottled everything up What she found out was shocking, no doubt, and it would have taken some getting used to but at the end of the day she still had two parents who were invested in her People go through worse and manage to deal.I don t know Maybe it s because I m very much on the side of nurture that I struggled to see Tess s viewpoint Your parent is the person who changes your nappy, sits through your nativity play, tells you you re gorgeous when you look like a minger, nurses you through chickenpox and norovirus and show up every day The casual way Tess ignored everything her mum and dad had done for her her dad s knobbishness notwithstanding annoyed me and after the three amazing characters Annabel Pitcher put together in Ketchup Clouds, this felt a little disappointing.And don t get me started on the instant, all consuming fixation on the supply teacher she becomes convinced is her real dad Really not sure where that came from.I ll tell you who I did like, though Isabel She was cool I liked her very much She was uber geek and proud of it correct and funny and loyal I was glad she was included in the book, not only because I always like to see non toxic female friendships but because she reminded me that this author really can do quirky, totally real characters Awesome More like Isabel, please Ms Pitcher.2.5 stars


  4. Deborah Deborah says:

    I think I have the maturity of a teenager as this book and its language very much appealed to me In fact I was pretty much hooked from the opening page.Tess s an outcast After reading the book I read some reviews in Goodreads and noted that some peeps there really disliked her character I was surprised I found her endearing Of course I am much older and could probably sympathise with her a lot She s a loner but has lied to her parents about her friends Her dad in particular has been keen I think I have the maturity of a teenager as this book and its language very much appealed to me In fact I was pretty much hooked from the opening page.Tess s an outcast After reading the book I read some reviews in Goodreads and noted that some peeps there really disliked her character I was surprised I found her endearing Of course I am much older and could probably sympathise with her a lot She s a loner but has lied to her parents about her friends Her dad in particular has been keen on her to fit in Although at the same time, values individuality.There s something kinda raw about this book and as an adult that s something which really struck me It touches on a lot of themes everything from families and relationships, to trust, self esteem and mental health Author Annabel Pitcher doesn t pull any punches The behaviour of teens and adults are bared in all of their sometimes vicious glory.Read the full review in my blog stars


  5. Book Riot Community Book Riot Community says:

    When Tess Turner learns that the man she thought was her dad isn t her birth father, she s shocked into silence Literally As she looks into her past, the truth about her real dad may uncover a lot of painful secrets But when you aren t talking, it s easier to keep them This is a fantastic contemporary coming of age novel about the definition of family and identity.Backlist bump My Sister Lives On the Mantelpiece by Annabel PitcherTune in to our weekly podcast dedicated to all things new boo When Tess Turner learns that the man she thought was her dad isn t her birth father, she s shocked into silence Literally As she looks into her past, the truth about her real dad may uncover a lot of painful secrets But when you aren t talking, it s easier to keep them This is a fantastic contemporary coming of age novel about the definition of family and identity.Backlist bump My Sister Lives On the Mantelpiece by Annabel PitcherTune in to our weekly podcast dedicated to all things new books, All The Books


  6. Michelle (Pink Polka Dot Books) Michelle (Pink Polka Dot Books) says:

    Every now and again I read a book that even when I don t relate fully with the main character, I end up completely immersed in the story and unable to think of anything else THIS is one of those books I had previously read and loved Ketchup Clouds, so I was super excited to readfrom Annabel Pitcher And now that I have, I will probably be reading everything she writes, forever ever.The best thing about her books are that they are so full of emotion She could be writing about something Every now and again I read a book that even when I don t relate fully with the main character, I end up completely immersed in the story and unable to think of anything else THIS is one of those books I had previously read and loved Ketchup Clouds, so I was super excited to readfrom Annabel Pitcher And now that I have, I will probably be reading everything she writes, forever ever.The best thing about her books are that they are so full of emotion She could be writing about something I really wouldn t even find sad normally, but her words somehow make my heart ache while reading about it That s talent my friends.So Tess. she s not talking And it s not because she can t I thought this was going to be a book about a girl that could not speak, not that she would not speak I guess it could be the same thing experiencing a traumatic event that leaves you feeling like you can t speak Tess knows she can speak though, she just won t I m not sure exactly if I was down with all the specifics of that, but I was able to overlook it because the story and characters were so strong.Tess s silence costs her her best and only friend Their separation is what really hurt my heart the most I loved reading about Tess and Isabel in their better times because they were truly soulmate type friends Tess always says they were symbiotic creatures It made me wish I had an Isabel of my own All the characters around Tess were truly developed They were real people with good points and flaws even the villain of this book had vulnerability I can t say enough about the range of the people in this book.Why Should You Read This Book It s about family stuff, but it s SO muchthan that The issue that starts the mutism isn t the biggest toughest issue I ve ever read about, but there are so many other stories involved besides this main issue There s bullying and body issue stuff plus the girl talks to a plastic key chain for much of the book Where else are you going to read something like that and it makes sense I actually started viewing Mr Goldfish as a real live character in this book It was odd.OVERALL Another YES for Annabel Pitcher I loved this story about a girl going through a tough moment in her life I know it s classified as YA, but I would totally put this in an in between MG and YA category It is definitely do able for both age groups.My Blog


  7. Leigh-Ann Leigh-Ann says:

    I m sorry but I didn t get it, like at all I went into this book thinking it would be one thing and ended up getting something completely different I ll give it this, the authors writing style is enjoyable It s easy to read and like and her voice is relatable But I didn t like her characters I didn t understand any of them Tess basically completely lost her marbles and it wasn t presented in any sort of legitimate way that I could see Her actions were childish and ridiculous and it s anot I m sorry but I didn t get it, like at all I went into this book thinking it would be one thing and ended up getting something completely different I ll give it this, the authors writing style is enjoyable It s easy to read and like and her voice is relatable But I didn t like her characters I didn t understand any of them Tess basically completely lost her marbles and it wasn t presented in any sort of legitimate way that I could see Her actions were childish and ridiculous and it s another book about a complete lack of communication which really isn t my cup of tea The characters were all far too extreme in one way or another and I was too busy whining and gasping at the insanity of it all to actually enjoy the story I realise the book is supposed to be about a girl who goes into shock but I really don t think it was presented in any sort of realistic way It all seemed comedic and juvenile I ve read Ketchup Cloud s by Annabel Pitcher and I enjoyed that one better than this but still didn t love it I just don t seem to be able to click with any of her characters in any way shape or form I really wish differently but perhaps her books just aren t for me I might try onein the future but I think third time lucky will have to apply, if not I ll be calling it a day with Annabel Pitcher s works


  8. Paige (Illegal in 3 Countries) Paige (Illegal in 3 Countries) says:

    I tried my best, but Silence is Goldfish is 100% not for me The stream of consciousness narration gives me a headache and it became unbearable for me after 50 pages or so Definitely not what I expected after reading Ketchup Clouds Still, if you can handle stream of consciousness, go for it Different readers have different tastes and all the way my best friend dislikes epistolary novels and I love them..


  9. Claire Claire says:

    I ve been tossing up a 2 3 star review but thought I d give Pitcher the benefit of the doubt So here are my thoughtsThere were some nice moments and ideas in this novel especially about fitting in and feeling unsure of your own identity However I found the plot fairly repetitive and many characters one dimensional Although I understood the conceit of the goldfish torch, ultimately I felt it unnecessarily infantilised Tess The ending was rushed and neat while the rest dragged Certainly i I ve been tossing up a 2 3 star review but thought I d give Pitcher the benefit of the doubt So here are my thoughtsThere were some nice moments and ideas in this novel especially about fitting in and feeling unsure of your own identity However I found the plot fairly repetitive and many characters one dimensional Although I understood the conceit of the goldfish torch, ultimately I felt it unnecessarily infantilised Tess The ending was rushed and neat while the rest dragged Certainly it lacked the impact of Pitcher s debut


  10. Abbie Abbie says:

    I received a copy from Netgalley, In exchange for an honest review It felt like it took me ages to get into this, so the first bit of it dragged slightly for me Unfortunately, after It did manage to catch my interest, it wasn t long before the book started struggling to keep it There wasn t any parts in this that I loved, but it wasn t a bad read overall.


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10 thoughts on “Silence Is Goldfish

  1. Sarah Elizabeth Sarah Elizabeth says:

    Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Hachette Children s Group and NetGalleyI might not always pay attention in Biology, but I am pretty certain that two blue eyed parents cannot produce a brown eyed childThis was a YA contemporary story about a girl who stopped talking.I felt quite sorry for Tess, the information that she stumbled across on her dad s computer was quite sensitive, and to find out in such a harsh way couldn Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Hachette Children s Group and NetGalleyI might not always pay attention in Biology, but I am pretty certain that two blue eyed parents cannot produce a brown eyed childThis was a YA contemporary story about a girl who stopped talking.I felt quite sorry for Tess, the information that she stumbled across on her dad s computer was quite sensitive, and to find out in such a harsh way couldn t have been easy for her The storyline in this was about Tess suddenly stopping talking as a form of protest, and I totally got why she did it I did find the way that she talked to a plastic goldfish flashlight in her head a bit weird though The ending to this was pretty good, and I was satisfied with the way things worked out for Tess.7 out of 10


  2. Figgy Figgy says:

    I wandered familiar streets feeling lost in the darkness, too scared of the stuff inside my head to be afraid of anything outside it And now here I am with a plan that involves a goldfish, who looks shocked because this is not at all what he thought was going to happen when he woke up this morning next to the bottles of de icer at the Texaco Garage that is the only home he s ever known.Tess has just read something shocking Six hundred and seventeen words in which her father revealed that he wa I wandered familiar streets feeling lost in the darkness, too scared of the stuff inside my head to be afraid of anything outside it And now here I am with a plan that involves a goldfish, who looks shocked because this is not at all what he thought was going to happen when he woke up this morning next to the bottles of de icer at the Texaco Garage that is the only home he s ever known.Tess has just read something shocking Six hundred and seventeen words in which her father revealed that he wasn t actually her father, and that his first feeling when she was born was one of disgust.Tess wasn t meant to read this, and her father no, not her father, Jack, doesn t know she saw it, doesn t know why she s suddenly stopped talking and is refusing to follow instructions She s defiant, she s distant, she s possibly lost it There were a lot of interesting themes within this novel, and it had the building blocks to make something amazing, but it came together as a rather uneven story.Multiple things within this novel suggested that, perhaps, the main character might have started out as a lot younger, and been aged to fit slightlyadult themes.The rest of this review can be found here Before Reading There must be a list on the Internet of what to buy when you re running away, but my phone is typically dead, like I swear it just passes out whenever things get stressful It s unconscious in my pocket so I can t look up a list of essential items for life on the road, but a children s torch in the shape of a goldfish seems a very sensible choice. Yeah, I think I m going to enjoy this one


  3. Claire (Book Blog Bird) Claire (Book Blog Bird) says:

    Mildly Spoilery Tess Turner has just discovered something terrible She read her dad s blog and six hundred and seventeen words later her world is kind of coming apart at the seams Soon she retreats into a world of silence, communicating only with her plastic goldfish torch, as she tries to make sense of what she s found out.I liked the theme of the book, which was all about identity and how where we come from shapes who we are There s also the nature versus nurture debate and the questio Mildly Spoilery Tess Turner has just discovered something terrible She read her dad s blog and six hundred and seventeen words later her world is kind of coming apart at the seams Soon she retreats into a world of silence, communicating only with her plastic goldfish torch, as she tries to make sense of what she s found out.I liked the theme of the book, which was all about identity and how where we come from shapes who we are There s also the nature versus nurture debate and the question of what constitutes a real parent the person whose DNA you share, or the person who raised you These questions are dealt with in depth, albeit through the eyes of an emotional fifteen year old.And this brings me on to Tess Unfortunately I didn t find Tess very relatable I think maybe it s because she s only fifteen, and a fairly immature fifteen, but this feltlike an MG novel than YA, especially the internal dialogue with her goldfish torch She was a bit self pitying and instead of just questioning her parents about what she had read and she seemed to have a fairly strong relationship with her parents, even though her dad was a bit of a prat , she just bottled everything up What she found out was shocking, no doubt, and it would have taken some getting used to but at the end of the day she still had two parents who were invested in her People go through worse and manage to deal.I don t know Maybe it s because I m very much on the side of nurture that I struggled to see Tess s viewpoint Your parent is the person who changes your nappy, sits through your nativity play, tells you you re gorgeous when you look like a minger, nurses you through chickenpox and norovirus and show up every day The casual way Tess ignored everything her mum and dad had done for her her dad s knobbishness notwithstanding annoyed me and after the three amazing characters Annabel Pitcher put together in Ketchup Clouds, this felt a little disappointing.And don t get me started on the instant, all consuming fixation on the supply teacher she becomes convinced is her real dad Really not sure where that came from.I ll tell you who I did like, though Isabel She was cool I liked her very much She was uber geek and proud of it correct and funny and loyal I was glad she was included in the book, not only because I always like to see non toxic female friendships but because she reminded me that this author really can do quirky, totally real characters Awesome More like Isabel, please Ms Pitcher.2.5 stars


  4. Deborah Deborah says:

    I think I have the maturity of a teenager as this book and its language very much appealed to me In fact I was pretty much hooked from the opening page.Tess s an outcast After reading the book I read some reviews in Goodreads and noted that some peeps there really disliked her character I was surprised I found her endearing Of course I am much older and could probably sympathise with her a lot She s a loner but has lied to her parents about her friends Her dad in particular has been keen I think I have the maturity of a teenager as this book and its language very much appealed to me In fact I was pretty much hooked from the opening page.Tess s an outcast After reading the book I read some reviews in Goodreads and noted that some peeps there really disliked her character I was surprised I found her endearing Of course I am much older and could probably sympathise with her a lot She s a loner but has lied to her parents about her friends Her dad in particular has been keen on her to fit in Although at the same time, values individuality.There s something kinda raw about this book and as an adult that s something which really struck me It touches on a lot of themes everything from families and relationships, to trust, self esteem and mental health Author Annabel Pitcher doesn t pull any punches The behaviour of teens and adults are bared in all of their sometimes vicious glory.Read the full review in my blog stars


  5. Book Riot Community Book Riot Community says:

    When Tess Turner learns that the man she thought was her dad isn t her birth father, she s shocked into silence Literally As she looks into her past, the truth about her real dad may uncover a lot of painful secrets But when you aren t talking, it s easier to keep them This is a fantastic contemporary coming of age novel about the definition of family and identity.Backlist bump My Sister Lives On the Mantelpiece by Annabel PitcherTune in to our weekly podcast dedicated to all things new boo When Tess Turner learns that the man she thought was her dad isn t her birth father, she s shocked into silence Literally As she looks into her past, the truth about her real dad may uncover a lot of painful secrets But when you aren t talking, it s easier to keep them This is a fantastic contemporary coming of age novel about the definition of family and identity.Backlist bump My Sister Lives On the Mantelpiece by Annabel PitcherTune in to our weekly podcast dedicated to all things new books, All The Books


  6. Michelle (Pink Polka Dot Books) Michelle (Pink Polka Dot Books) says:

    Every now and again I read a book that even when I don t relate fully with the main character, I end up completely immersed in the story and unable to think of anything else THIS is one of those books I had previously read and loved Ketchup Clouds, so I was super excited to readfrom Annabel Pitcher And now that I have, I will probably be reading everything she writes, forever ever.The best thing about her books are that they are so full of emotion She could be writing about something Every now and again I read a book that even when I don t relate fully with the main character, I end up completely immersed in the story and unable to think of anything else THIS is one of those books I had previously read and loved Ketchup Clouds, so I was super excited to readfrom Annabel Pitcher And now that I have, I will probably be reading everything she writes, forever ever.The best thing about her books are that they are so full of emotion She could be writing about something I really wouldn t even find sad normally, but her words somehow make my heart ache while reading about it That s talent my friends.So Tess. she s not talking And it s not because she can t I thought this was going to be a book about a girl that could not speak, not that she would not speak I guess it could be the same thing experiencing a traumatic event that leaves you feeling like you can t speak Tess knows she can speak though, she just won t I m not sure exactly if I was down with all the specifics of that, but I was able to overlook it because the story and characters were so strong.Tess s silence costs her her best and only friend Their separation is what really hurt my heart the most I loved reading about Tess and Isabel in their better times because they were truly soulmate type friends Tess always says they were symbiotic creatures It made me wish I had an Isabel of my own All the characters around Tess were truly developed They were real people with good points and flaws even the villain of this book had vulnerability I can t say enough about the range of the people in this book.Why Should You Read This Book It s about family stuff, but it s SO muchthan that The issue that starts the mutism isn t the biggest toughest issue I ve ever read about, but there are so many other stories involved besides this main issue There s bullying and body issue stuff plus the girl talks to a plastic key chain for much of the book Where else are you going to read something like that and it makes sense I actually started viewing Mr Goldfish as a real live character in this book It was odd.OVERALL Another YES for Annabel Pitcher I loved this story about a girl going through a tough moment in her life I know it s classified as YA, but I would totally put this in an in between MG and YA category It is definitely do able for both age groups.My Blog


  7. Leigh-Ann Leigh-Ann says:

    I m sorry but I didn t get it, like at all I went into this book thinking it would be one thing and ended up getting something completely different I ll give it this, the authors writing style is enjoyable It s easy to read and like and her voice is relatable But I didn t like her characters I didn t understand any of them Tess basically completely lost her marbles and it wasn t presented in any sort of legitimate way that I could see Her actions were childish and ridiculous and it s anot I m sorry but I didn t get it, like at all I went into this book thinking it would be one thing and ended up getting something completely different I ll give it this, the authors writing style is enjoyable It s easy to read and like and her voice is relatable But I didn t like her characters I didn t understand any of them Tess basically completely lost her marbles and it wasn t presented in any sort of legitimate way that I could see Her actions were childish and ridiculous and it s another book about a complete lack of communication which really isn t my cup of tea The characters were all far too extreme in one way or another and I was too busy whining and gasping at the insanity of it all to actually enjoy the story I realise the book is supposed to be about a girl who goes into shock but I really don t think it was presented in any sort of realistic way It all seemed comedic and juvenile I ve read Ketchup Cloud s by Annabel Pitcher and I enjoyed that one better than this but still didn t love it I just don t seem to be able to click with any of her characters in any way shape or form I really wish differently but perhaps her books just aren t for me I might try onein the future but I think third time lucky will have to apply, if not I ll be calling it a day with Annabel Pitcher s works


  8. Paige (Illegal in 3 Countries) Paige (Illegal in 3 Countries) says:

    I tried my best, but Silence is Goldfish is 100% not for me The stream of consciousness narration gives me a headache and it became unbearable for me after 50 pages or so Definitely not what I expected after reading Ketchup Clouds Still, if you can handle stream of consciousness, go for it Different readers have different tastes and all the way my best friend dislikes epistolary novels and I love them..


  9. Claire Claire says:

    I ve been tossing up a 2 3 star review but thought I d give Pitcher the benefit of the doubt So here are my thoughtsThere were some nice moments and ideas in this novel especially about fitting in and feeling unsure of your own identity However I found the plot fairly repetitive and many characters one dimensional Although I understood the conceit of the goldfish torch, ultimately I felt it unnecessarily infantilised Tess The ending was rushed and neat while the rest dragged Certainly i I ve been tossing up a 2 3 star review but thought I d give Pitcher the benefit of the doubt So here are my thoughtsThere were some nice moments and ideas in this novel especially about fitting in and feeling unsure of your own identity However I found the plot fairly repetitive and many characters one dimensional Although I understood the conceit of the goldfish torch, ultimately I felt it unnecessarily infantilised Tess The ending was rushed and neat while the rest dragged Certainly it lacked the impact of Pitcher s debut


  10. Abbie Abbie says:

    I received a copy from Netgalley, In exchange for an honest review It felt like it took me ages to get into this, so the first bit of it dragged slightly for me Unfortunately, after It did manage to catch my interest, it wasn t long before the book started struggling to keep it There wasn t any parts in this that I loved, but it wasn t a bad read overall.


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