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Titan Magic by Jodi Lamm
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it was ok

This book started out very promising; the mysterious Maddy suffering from a voice in her head..but unable to communicate vocally. The story moves fairly quickly from there, but unfortunately just gets more and more confusing. Although Maddy is unable to speak, to some, her thoughts can be heard. As the reader, it gets a bit confusing trying to differentiate how the other characters are "hearing" her. So: some can hear her thoughts, some can read her lips, some can just guess what she means by logical thinking and/or body language, and others just have to read what she writes...

The characters are quite tangled up in their relationships with each other. There are only a handful of characters to begin with, but for the most part the all know each other well, anyway. I also felt like the author tried to hint at certain relationships (i.e. intimate or not), but it was just so vague to me, I didn't get it.

Maddy was a decent character - she's lost and confused, and lonely. Then she finds out that everything about her has been lies. Her journey to discover her "voice" (among other things) can be heartbreaking at times. Unfortunately I just didn't really connect to her...I didn't get her reasonings or her thought processes.

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Reading Progress

April 8, 2012 – Shelved
Started Reading
June 2, 2013 – Finished Reading

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