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.Praise for Hannah Harrington's debut novel, Saving June"Saving June is an incredible debut." Stephanie Kuehnert, author of Ballads of Suburbia "...tender, funny, and moving..." -Courtney Summers, author of Cracked Up to Be"...a fresh, fun and poignant book..." -Kody Keplinger, author of The DUFF
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 272 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 01/02/2013
- Category: Family
- ISBN: 9781848451926
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Review by LaurenKathryn
After reading this, I definitely think that I may have reached the stage where I am too old for some books in the young adult genre; Speechless being one of those said books.<br/><br/>I loved that this was a huge platform for homosexuality, anti-bullying and acceptance but it was aimed at a much younger audience than myself. I think that is why this book didn't get a higher rating - the concept was good but I felt that it was weighed down by all of the teenage angst. A bit cliche but had the makings of your A typical YA novel.<br/><br/>One thing that irked me the most were all the misspelt words - Jackson Pollock is spelt like that, okay? :)