Silence the third book in the hush hush saga by Becca Fitzpatrick. Nora grey was taken away from the life she knew, kidnapped from her home , only to...moreSilence the third book in the hush hush saga by Becca Fitzpatrick. Nora grey was taken away from the life she knew, kidnapped from her home , only to have all her memories erased. Nora is found in a cemetery lost, scared and confused, with five months of her memories lost and no one knows who she was with or where she was. Nora tries to get her life back after all the trauma she's been through she tries to go back to school . Nora is having visions, flashbacks of things in her past, angels, and darkness, threatening to revile the truth of her past. Nora finds herself with a very attractive man who she feels she has a connection with she believes she knew him before she lost her memory. Nora thinks he's the key to regaining her memory. Every moment they spend together Nora finds her self growing deeper and deeper in love with him...again.
I picked this book up because I wanted to continue reading this series. I finished this book because i had the time too, and I found the book too interesting to stop reading. At the moment I don't know anyone reading the series or has reached as far as me into the series so I wouldn't know who wanted to read this novel.(less)
Amari a 15 yr old girl who lives in a village in Africa. she spends her days daydreaming about her future husband, avoiding chores, and annoying her l...moreAmari a 15 yr old girl who lives in a village in Africa. she spends her days daydreaming about her future husband, avoiding chores, and annoying her little brother. everything goes bad when the village is invaded by the paled-faced visitors. At first the african villagers welcome the visitors with a big feast and a celebration. Out of the blue, the men start to kill the villagers. Amari watches as her parents die before her eyes, and her brother dies in her arms. Amari confused, angry, disoriented, and scared, is captured by the men. Amari finds her self chained with all the people who managed to survive, there were all hard, strong young people. Amari and the other survivors had to walk for days, people dying on the way. Amari sees the ocean for the first time, and most of her friends for the last time. Packed tightly into ships, the Africans endure horrifying conditions such as hunger, thirst, sickness, rape, and lying in there own waste or others. More people die and are getting tossed overboard . Amari manages to survive from encouragement from a woman named Afi. Amari has become a slave.
Upon arival in in America Amari is sold to a man wanting to give his son a gift. Amari meets a white girl, named polly who is a indentured to the man. The two girls bond and might find away to gain freedom together.
I picked up this book because i found the description in the back very intresting and i wanted to read more.
i finished this book because i needed to complete the task for November, other then that i wouldn't have because i find the book very sad.
I recommend this book to Larisa, because she is intrested in slavery.(less)
The book Days of tears, was taken placed in the past most likely in the late 1800s. this novel is in dialogue form, base on real events. This novel is...moreThe book Days of tears, was taken placed in the past most likely in the late 1800s. this novel is in dialogue form, base on real events. This novel is about t slave the biggest slave auction in America, it reflects on how it was to be a slave, the painful and the suffering of an enslaved African during a auction, the loss of family members or close friends or having to go to a new plantation where the master is evil and overpowering. Days of tears goes into the follows the events of some of the characters lives over the years.
I picked up this novel because it grabbed my attention, i love to read about history.
i finished this novel because it was interesting, it made cry at times due to to the hardship of the enslaved people.
i recommended this book to my mom she loves to read about history, she found it painfully interesting and i will also recommend it to my dad because he is fascinated with history.(less)