Friday, November 20, 2015

Review of Speak by R.M. Webb

Zoe’s shy. Like really shy. Even simple conversations with her best friend, Becca, can have her lost in her head, worrying about all the things she might have said or done wrong. But there’s this part of Zoe that’s as ferocious as a tiger, this part that paces in frustration whenever Zoe gets quiet, and urges her to do things that push her out of her comfort zone - her very small comfort zone. 

The tiger gets its way when Zoe meets Noah at her favorite bar, because Zoe is so not comfortable. First, Noah’s absolutely gorgeous. Second, every time he touches her, she feels these golden pings of … something … that calm her and soothe her and make her feel like the answers to all her questions are right around the corner. And third, it looks like Becca is keeping a dangerous secret, a secret that Noah is in on and isn’t happy about at all. 

With Noah’s help, Zoe’s gonna have to learn to speak, because her words hold power … more power than she ever dreamed possible.


This book was surprisingly great! It's the first book I read by this author and I was entertained. I loved the main character, Zoe! She goes through so much, that you can't help but have all the feels for her. 
Learning how all the other characters fit into the story was fun. It was a mystery I wanted to solve!
Then, there were the guys, Noah and Luke. While I'm not so excited by how that played out, a was hoping she would choose a certain guy, but no, she cares for the other. Bummer. 
I did like how the author made sure to wrap up the majority of the plot, yet left just enough to make you want more. I already got the sequel, Hush, and I can't wait to read it! 
Five glittery stars!

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