Oakley Farrell has been consumed be silence since she was 5 years old. Lips locked tight to never tell her secret. Oakley lived life normally until tragedy struck, knocking life of its axis. Taking place in England, Silence is a tale that tells a interesting story. 15 year old Oakley wishes her life would go back to normal, but normal isn't possible anymore, not when she could never talk again. Oakley's family is confused and torn as to why Oakley won't talk, but that doesn't matter to 17 year old Cole, Oakley's best friend since birth. Cole is the only person who is okay with who Oakley has become, this makes Oakley's heart do weird things. She is in love. How can she be with Cole when she is a freak who will never talk again? Oakley has finally decide that she will be okay with never talking again, but when life changes directions will she finally say something...... or will she stay silent forever?
This book had me very frustrated at times. The reasoning behind Oakley's silence becomes very clear early on in this book. Once I realized what had caused her silence I found myself just wishing she would just talk! The romance is quite much for a 15 year old girl, and the language is quite drastic for a Young Adult novel. When I put my opinions aside, this book was overall a good read. I read this book quite quickly, and the ending made me want to read the next book. I gave this book *3.5 stars. It was not my most favorite book, but I still enjoyed it. I read this book in e-book format and there were quite a few typos. This I found kind of frustrating, Without the language, the over the top romance, and typos I would have given this book *4 stars. Eventually I will read the next book Broken Silence but it's not at the top of my TBR.
*PLEASE NOTE THAT (All opinions are my own. I am NOT a paid reviewer, I review for my own purposes.)*