Silence - Natasha Preston


By Natasha Preston

  • Release Date: 2012-10-19
  • Genre: New Adult
Score: 4.5
From 21,869 Ratings


For eleven years, Oakley Farrell has been silent. At the age of five, she stopped talking,and no one seems to know why. Refusing to communicate beyond a few physical actions, Oakley remains in her own little world.
Bullied at school, she has just one friend, Cole Benson. Cole stands by her refusing to believe that she is not perfect the way she is. Over the years, they have developed their own version of a normal friendship. However, will it still work as they start to grow even closer?
When Oakley is forced to face someone from her past, can she hold her secret in any longer?

*Silence deals with a sensitive topic and is recommended for 16+


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  • Silence

    By #Johnski
    One word to describe this book, Excellent! It is a great book. MUST READ!!! It expresses many feeling.
  • I love your book!!!!

    By Skayf1
    I really like your books.
  • So interesting

    By LilianaL
    Great book!
  • Heart wrenching

    By CarlaKhub
    What a beautifully written story that will pull all your emotions out and sympathize with these characters. I’m sure this book will help at least one victim become a survivor.
  • Silence

    By debkirk
    This would be a very good book for girls who have went through this.
  • Silenced

    By Jazzyzb
    Good read just a little long at the end
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    Why tf can’t I see reviews on iBooks?
  • Silence by Natasha Preston

    By npdilay
    I read the whole book in a day and a half. I’m completely hooked on the series and I literally balled my eyes out at most parts. The ending just makes me want to hear more!
  • Love at first page

    By Liz Pierce (Sloangelo is life)
    This book was shown to me by a good friend of mine in the 6th grade. We both loved to read and wanted something good, and we found this book. It was instantly engaging, from the very first sentence. We were only 6th graders, so skipped over the parts that we called ‘mushy moments’ which were normally not exactly for kids to read. Now I’m in 7th grade and I still think we should have waited to read this book. Even though it is extremely well written. I love this book and all the ones after it. To anyone that wants a book for the middle grades, though, I recommend the ‘Gone’ series. All in all, this book was a very good read and I don’t retreat reading it, even if it’s a little too mature for me.