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Whisper (Whisper Trilogy #1)

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People think I'm crazy. Maybe I am, since I've been able to talk to spirits for as long as I can remember. They are the forgotten, the souls who have unfinished business and can't cross over. I help them, or at least I try to. There's this one in particular, Jack, I call him, who's been following me around a lot. Usually they tell me what they need to do and move on. Not h...more
Kindle Edition, 249 pages
Published June 16th 2012 by Chelsea M. Cameron
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Patricia Lynne
Whisper by Chelsea M. Cameron is about a girl, Anna, who can hear the dead. She's been able to do it all her life. Unfortunately, her parents don't believe her. They think she's nuts. Anyways, one night a dead guy starts bugging her. He doesn't act like the other spirits she's encountered. Meaning he has no interest in crossing over. She nicknames him Jack. When he brings her the victim of a local hit-and-run, a girl named Tracy, Anna knows there is something definitely different about Jack.

I wa...more
Laura *Little Read Riding Hood*
*** This review originally posted on www.littlereadridinghood.co ***

Whisper is a sweet YA story about girl meets boy, boy is dead, girl and boy fall in love and have to figure out how to make it work. Oh yeah, and help other lost souls and keep people from thinking girl is crazy and having her institutionalized. Standard stuff. ;-)

Anabelle has been hearing ghosts as long as she can remember. If she tries to ignore them, they become a nuisance, and can potentially become dangerous. So she does wh...more
Jul 30, 2012 Wanderlust rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: YA Fantasy, YA Paranormal.
Cover - Nice 3.5 out of 5
Favorite Line - "Libraries were like churches for me. As far as i was concerned, the secret to happiness could be found in a library."
Favorite Character - Jack

You know, sometimes i wish i could bitch slap fictional characters. Not Anna but some of the others in the book for sure.

I liked this book it was interesting & well written. The story was quite dark at times & always very emotional.

I am not a big fan of ghost books & i am not a YA but i still enjoyed...more
Elisabeth Cole
I stumbled across this book when browsing ebooks and ended up buying it. I enjoyed the story but the characters drove me crazy! Annabelle can see and hear dead people who need her help to cross over. Her parents are quick to put her on drugs that basically turn her into a zombie because they think she has mental issues. Her best friend calls her parents to tattle that Annabelle has been talking to herself (actually ghosts) which causes her parents to freak. Annabelle's ghost "mentor", Jack, can...more
We're only really see two ghosts and that is Tracy and Jack. Im not sure about the relationship between Jack and Anna, the dynamics of a relationship comes of as strange to me..

The main character Anna is way to forgiving. I wont spoil, but if I had a friend who betrayed me in such as way that it affected my life in a profound way that it did to Anna, I would never forgive them... How could I?

Kind of a spoiler so i'll put it in tags (view spoiler)...more
**This book was received from the author but it did not influence the review**

The original review can be found on The Book Hookup here .

Celeste’s review: I was intrigued straight away! I’m not usually a huge fan of ghost books, but after reading Ms. Cameron’s Noctalis series I am addicted to her writing…so I went into this with high expectations.

Non-spoiler summary: Anna can hear spirits speak to her, but she hears them only in her head. In order for them to hear her she has to talk out loud. Mo...more
B. McMichael
If you like ghost type stories- especially for those that like the TV show Ghost Whisperer- this is the book for you.

Anna can hear the dead and finds that she needs to help them on their way. When a new dead guy named Jack comes along, he does not want to be helped on his way and instead makes plan to stick around for a long time. Unfortunately for Anna, there is the problem that Jack becomes more and more appealing the longer he stays. When she is found talking to thin air, her parents medicate...more
**This book was received from the author but it did not influence the review**

The original review can be found on The Book Hookup here .

My review: I was intrigued straight away! I’m not usually a huge fan of ghost books, but after reading Ms. Cameron’s Noctalis series I am addicted to her writing…so I went into this with high expectations.

Non-spoiler summary: Anna can hear spirits speak to her, but she hears them only in her head. In order for them to hear her she has to talk out loud. Most just...more
Wer 'Ghostwhisperer' mag, wird das buch lieben!

Annabelle kann mit Geistern sprechen - schon immer. Das hat ihr schon früh den Besuch beim Psychiater eingebracht, der sie mit Schizophrenie diagnostiziert hat. Das wiederum resultierte in Medikamenten, die zwar die Geister vertrieben, aber sie in eine Art Zombie verwandelten.
mit 17 hat sie diese Episode hinter sich gelassen, spricht immer noch mit Geistern und freud sich darauf endlich von zu Hause weg zu kommen. Und wie alle guten 'Ghostwhisperer'...more
Roberta Capizzi
This has been a super emotional read and a page turner. It has been in my Kindle for a while, and I'd totally forgotten about it, until I stumbled upon it yesterday and I decided to give it a try.
When I realized it was a YA I wasn't sure what I'd think, because I'm a little too old for YA reads and sometimes YA books with lots of teenage drama annoy me. But from the first chapter I realized this wasn't going to be the case.
I'm a fan of the Ghost Whisperer series and I watched every single episod...more
This was a fun horror novel. While I agree with some of the other reviews regarding simple language and a little unevenness in the characters, I didn't find that these were heavy detractors from the story. The atmosphere is well set and the story line is interesting. I really enjoyed the flashbacks to previous periods in the area and at the house site. Overall, there is a great mix of a lot of good ideas. I'm looking forward to seeing what book 2 holds.
(this is really a 3 1/2 star rating - oh Goodreads why can't I give half stars?!)

This was a fast paced, compelling read - I just HAD to find out what was going to happen to Anna. The characters were so realistically drawn that I spent most of the book vacillating between wanting to punch Anna's parents and wanting to shake Anna for being so nice and forgiving. Forgive her friend? HELL NO! Forgive her mother? HELLS NO SQUARED. LOL - it's been a while since I've felt so strongly about fictional pe...more
I absolutely loved Whisper. I am so happy to have found another book like Meg Cabot's The Mediator series so that I will have another set of books to read once I finish Meg Cabot's series. The main character, Anna, is completely loveable and makes the story feel very genuine. I really appreciated that Chelsea Cameron really let the book go down a dark path, because she could have easily made it a light, heartfelt read. It really puts the cherry on top when a book can make me physically show emot...more
I've read books by this author and was blown away, this one did not disappoint! The story was amazing and how Annabelle was faced with so many problems from betrayal from friends and family, being put on meds because she can do things other people can't and falling in love with a ghost that 'what he seems. The love in this story is well paced and believable. 'Jack' is amazing, hes sweet and tough depending on what Annabelle to get through everything she has to deal with but also needs to do. All...more
I liked the characters, which is the most important part of the story, at least to me. I felt for Annabelle and her struggles with her family, her abilities and depression. I look forward to reading more about her and her world. I was lucky to meet author Chelsea M. Cameron at a book signing, and her humor and intelligence reminded me a lot of Annabelle.
Julie Li
I was seriously pissed off a lot throughout this book. Not cause the book was bad in any way but cause of the parents in this story. God, I wanted to hurt them :(. I cried, I got mad, and I felt for her. I seriously went through a lot of emotions for this book.

But it was addicting and I stayed up later than usual to finish the book.

This was one of the books I just loved! Everything about it was brillant and the dialogue between the H&h gave me one of those stupid goofy smiley faces that people tease me bout : ) cannot wait for the next book
a book that messed with my emotions, i LOVED it!! Going to try to find the next one. Hi Chelsea, if you are reading this, can you please send me a message when the next one is available for purchase? THANKX!!
Amanda Turner
I loved this book. The character was easily likable and i was hooked from the first paragraph. I would recommend this book to all paranormal lovers.
Jessie Harrell
I really enjoyed this novel. The romance was beautiful and I just wanted to keep seeing it develop. I'd classify it as #unputdownable
Jill Krueger ulch

Good book. I could feel Belles pain as if it was my own!
Book #2 needs to come out SOON!! That's all I have to say.
Cori Schneider
this was a cute story.
Really 3.5.
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Chelsea M. Cameron is a New York Times/USA Today Best Selling author from Maine. Lover of things random and ridiculous, Jane Austen/Charlotte and Emily Bronte Fangirl, red velvet cake enthusiast, obsessive tea drinker, vegetarian, former cheerleader and world's worst video gamer. When not writing, she enjoys watching infomercials, singing in the car and tweeting (this one time, she was tweeted by...more
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