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Your Voice Is All I Hear
Your Voice Is All I Hear | Leah Scheier
12 posts | 13 read | 11 to read
"I was the one he trusted. I was the one he loved, the only one who believed him, even when his own mother had locked him up and thrown away the key. And now, I was going to pass down the white tiled hallway, knock on his doctor's office door, slam his secret notebook on her desk and make her read it, make her understand what he was hiding, make her see what only I had seen." April won't let Jonah go without a fight. He's her boyfriend-her best friend. She'll do anything to keep him safe. But as Jonah slips into a dark depression, trying to escape the traumatic past that haunts him, April is torn. To protect Jonah, she risks losing everything: family, friends, an opportunity to attend a prestigious music school. How much must she sacrifice? And will her voice be loud enough to drown out the dissenters-and the ones in his head?
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Eggs
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Found you when your heart was broke
I filled your cup until it overflowed
Took it so far to keep you close (Keep you close)
I was afraid to leave you on your own🎶

April won't let Jonah go without a fight. He's her boyfriend-her best friend. She'll do anything to keep him safe.
#withoutme #amonthofsongs @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @OriginalCyn620

OriginalCyn620 👌🏻📚🎶 5mo
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introvertedbooks
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Pickpick

I laughed. I cried my eyes out. This book was an emotional roller coaster I didn't know I needed. April and Jonah quickly fall in love but soon Jonah starts talking to voices that aren't there and is becoming a hazard to himself. April is torn between protecting the boy she loves or betraying him the way he feels everyone else has. #springreads #youngadult #mentalillness #contemporary

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introvertedbooks
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Not bad for a day one. I haven't finished the tagged book but I'm about halfway now. I did read a bit from other books as well today and will be reading in bed tonight. Hoping to either have 9 1/2 to 8 hours left tomorrow morning. Also this book is slowly breaking my heart. #13in3 #youngadult #ya #mentalillness #crying

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introvertedbooks
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Not a bad way to start a three day weekend. #litsyfood #youngadult #contemporary #mentalheath

rather_be_reading love it! 1y
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introvertedbooks
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Here is my #tbr for this weekends #readathon. I am really hoping to finish both then she was gone and woman in the window. Bonus if I can finish your voice is all I hear! #8intwo #springreads #rainyday

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BookishGirl06
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Mehso-so

Just finished this and was pretty good. I always like reading a story that has a little intensity. It has a little romance, but I wouldn‘t recommend this if you want something light or fluffy.

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BookishGirl06
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My new book

Smangela That cover draws me in 2y
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SammyB123
Pickpick

Wow what a brilliant story honestly got to be the best YA book dealing with a mental health issue

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mangokittty
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Pickpick

This book is one that makes your heart ache. I didn't particularly like the main character, but I still felt for her. I really enjoyed the writing style.

#YA #youngadult #mentalillness #love #depression

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readem_andweep
Pickpick

This contemporary YA tackles a myriad of mental illnesses in a great, heartbreaking story. It's a bit of a slow read, but it packs a punch at the end. This book made me cry, and that makes a for a good book!
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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sanctuary-garden
Pickpick

Stunning story that shows not only the struggle of someone suffering mental health problems but also the pain people feel from watching their loved ones suffer. This shows a wonderful story through the eyes of a teenager, the awkwardness of being young and the way mental health is so taboo. Very emotional and sent me through a rollercoaster of empathy and tears.

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GlitteryOtters
Mehso-so

If Litsy offered an option for something between "so-so" & a "pick", I would place this book in that category. The author is skilled at storytelling, but I have no patience for Mary Sue main characters, especially those who are codependent/have zero ability to self protect/are willing to take so much shit from everyone. This is partially my own issue, though, as my ex-father thought this is how all women should be, so it particularly rankles. YMMV

GlitteryOtters If you are willing to suspend disbelief & think all adults are clueless & won't intervene, and if you think it is romantic to remain in a relationship that is unhealthy, you might be fine reading this. I just had no patience. I probably should have bailed instead of seeing it through. 2.75/5⭐️️ 3y
melbeautyandbooks I totally agree with you about those types of characters! 3y
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