A Silence Heard

Librarian s note An alternate cover edition can be found hereTrust no one not even family.How much courage do you need to survive betrayal, war, and loss Adara and her friends infiltrate Agro headquarters ready to free the Meeks With only a handful of allies by their side, Adara soon learns that these mysterious adversaries are powerful and cruel than she ever imaLibrarian s note An alternate cover edition can be found hereTrust no one not even family.How much courage do you need to survive betrayal, war, and loss Adara and her friends infiltrate Agro headquarters ready to free the Meeks With only a handful of allies by their side, Adara soon learns that these mysterious adversaries are powerful and cruel than she ever imagined Despite overwhelming odds, she has to summon up all of her strength and power to destroy the Agro army.As filthy battles ensue and loved ones perish, Adara must sing The Song of Forgetfulness one last time if she is to save not only the Meeks, but all the folk of NotSoGreatBritAlbion, from a life of slavery and despair.But there is a traitor trying to sabotage their mission Someone who is in league with the enemy Someone close to home Exciting, fun, unique, and creative The author is truly a gifted writer to be able to whip up something like this Easily a must read for dystopian adventure lovers out there It s a sickly wind that blows Ash black and full of menace Agros Lots of themFeet pounding, shaking the earth, drawing closer.An unseen enemy equipped with tech we know nowt about.All I have is my voice and the power of friendship.I must act now before the Agro menace snuffs us out for good.
A Silence Heard Librarian s note An alternate cover edition can be found hereTrust no one not even family How much courage do you need to survive betrayal war and loss Adara and her friends infiltrate Agro headquar

  • Title: A Silence Heard
  • Author: Nicola J. McDonagh
  • ISBN: 9781514317259
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “A Silence Heard”

    1. 'A Silence Heard' is book 2 in the Song of Forgetfulness series and picks up right where book 1, 'Echoes from the Lost Ones' left off. We follow Adara on her mission to find and free her bro-bro, Deogol, from the Agros. As with the first novel the language of this book is stunning. So much of the world building comes from the way the characters speak and interact with each other. It's strange but yet familiar enough to be readily understood. It definitely enhances the atmosphere and the setting. [...]

    2. I liked this second book of Adara's journey to rescue her kidnapped brother and the other Meeks more than the first. It's an action-packed story as the main character is swept from one dire circumstance to another. At the same time, it captures many of the universal concerns of teens coming of age without belaboring them.I admire that the author had the courage to set the personal stakes for Adara very high in this volume. War is a messy business, and it comes at a horrific cost. That's a tough [...]

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