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unspeakableUnspeakable by Abbie Rushton (Atom, 5 February 2015)

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UNSPEAKABLE was... okay. I'm sad because I really wanted to love it, but I just couldn't. I enjoyed reading it for the most part and it certainly wasn't boring, but the whole book just felt distinctly average and I disliked the clunky prose.

UNSPEAKABLE tells the story of Megan, who hasn't spoken in months, ever since something terrible happened, crushing her with overwhelming guilt and fear. Now everyone makes fun of Megan for not speaking. Then a new girl called Jasmine starts going to Megan's school and she becomes Megan's friend, making Megan wish she could speak again just so she could talk to Jasmine. But there are some things that Megan needs to keep a secret at all costs.

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