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What the Waves KnowI received an advanced review copy from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest reviewWow this was a great book Izabella Haywood loses her father reviewWow this was a great book Izabella Haywood loses her father their family s home on Tillings Island and eight years later she still cannot speak Her mom finally accepts that the only way for Izabella to move forward is to go back Back to the island They move back into the family home in mid summer with hopes for a full recoveryAs time goes by Izabella makes Friends With The Neighbors with the neighbors townspeople even without a voice Each new discovery on the island takes her one step back to remembering everything that happened that night The writing was amazing the characters are lovable and I was sad when I reached the ending I will definitely be on the lookout for books by *This Author I Really Like This Book *author I really like this book young girl Iz struggles to remember and make sense of the night her father who is mentally ill disappeared and come to terms with the fact that it was her words that sent him into the night She hasn t spoken since and her relationship with her mother is strained Together they go back to the home on Tillings Island where it all happened to try to stitch together a ath forward Heart breaking and healing Izabella Rae Haywood adores her father who she says is one eighth Narragansett Indian and seven eights mystery He takes her to Tillings Island where he has roots They fish together and share a deep bond But her Bootie and the Beast parents argue and On her sixth birthday after the fighting mounts her childish frustration she screams at him I hate you I wish you would just go away Believing she has somehow invoked her birthday wish she blames herself when he does leave She can no longer speakThe trauma caused by the loss of her beloved father has rendered her silentShe is weakened by her muteness ostracized by hereers misunderstood and fearful Eight years ass and despite the intervention of therapists counselors social workers and sychiatrists Izabella s silence continuesIn 1974 on the occasion of Isabel s fourteenth birthday her mother resents her with a Shar Pei uppy which she names Luke and resorts to desperate measures to restore her voice In an attempt to get to the causes of Izabella s muteness they return to Tillings Island where her father disappeared They encounter island folk who seem to know than they are saying Like her father the island is shrouded in mystery and magic But it is here where her father was last seen that she hopes to gain an understanding of why she is mute and also to understand her relationships with those she loves the most What will this tiny island revealOnce ensconced on the island Izabella makes friends and enemies that turn into friends She comes to understand that words have The Art of Mary Beth Edelson power and meaning and that the tone in which they are delivered is a communication all its ownShe meets Remy a woman who knows her mother and remembers her father Though an adult Remy is a kindred spirit to Izabella and helps her to come to terms with her guilt and teenage angst As Remy enlists their help torepare for the October Festival of Yemaya events conspire to bring forth Izabella s recollection of that fateful night when her father leftUnlike real life fiction is one lace where it is simple to listen to the mute We have the advantage of hearing Izabella s thoughts We yearn for her to speak and to understand the trauma that led to her years of silence We come to understand that trauma when she does through her memoriesA well rendered debut novel with vivid imagery and characters that will be hard to forget A slower aced yet thought Motivational Perspectives on Chronic Pain provoking story that speaks to the elusiveness of memory and the destructive force of memory to both In the graceful narrative tradition of Sue Monk Kidd and Beth Hoffman comes an exuisite debut novel about a young woman's uest to reclaim herself and the voice she left behind on the gritty New England island where she lost bothNineteen miles off the rocky Rhode Island coast lies the tiny isle of Tillings and the memory of Izabella Rae Haywood's sixth birthday– when her universe reeled sharply off course Tucked deep in herocket Iz carries a small amber seastone and the secret of the evening her father disappeared– taking her words with himEight years later in the autumn of 1974 Iz’s mother is through with social workers sychiatrists and her daughter's silence In one. Eal and torment It is a story of the mentally ill and how their illness has the ability to ripple out to others in their lives Especially the children of the mentally illA novel of loss memory mothers and daughters loneliness and about how we judge others often without a full understanding to base our judgement uponThanks to William MorrowHarperCollinsPublishers via Edelweiss for Puta providing me with an uncorrected digital ARC of this novel in exchange for my unbiased review Departing is when all the tinyieces that make you whole spring away from you like a big fat touch me Not And Get Lost In The Grass Beyond Any Hope and get lost in the grass beyond any hope coming back together It is the very moment when all your stories tumble from you and you are reduced again to the weakest for of to be in the universe leaving nothing to do but begin again 伝説の勇者の伝説 5 出来心の後始末 p 18I worry that there is a school of writing that says that having a childrotagonist makes the story easier to tell and helps the readers be sympathetic to the account There are times that this works extremely well Many of us love Scout To Kill a Mockingbird or have met and enjoyed Flavia de Luce The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie or Bee in Where d You Go Bernadette However I am not sure that a young narrator is always helpful to moving a story forward There are things that a child or young adult cannot know because they don t have the life experience I was worried that What the Waves Know was going to be a struggle because Izabella would not be able to carry the weight of her story I have read other novels with young characters that have not worked very wellI should not have worried Izabella is unable to speak but she made her life and its changes very clear to this reader Not only is she clear but she tells her story in such a way that I was engaged and wanted to know how it all worked outThis is a first novel Valentine does an excellent job and I look forward to her next story I suspect she will grow into an author that many Killer Games people will want to readThank you to Edelweiss and HarperCollins for introducing me to both Tamara Valentine and her interesting characters The writing here is absolutely gorgeous almostoetic I was fortunate enough to read an advance galley of this with my book club and now cannot wait for another release from *this author and this one isn t even on shelves yet Fabulous characters setting and story *author and this one isn t even on shelves yet Fabulous characters setting and story novel ivots around growing up loving a Schizophrenic arent and trying to unravel truth from fiction while finding your own voice It is one of those books that you will remember for many many years Truly lovely Thanks Edelweiss for the opportunity to read this character driven novel of family heartbreak and restoration This is a very well written book It strikes a neat balance between tragedy and redemption without straying into cliche Recommend and look forward to from Valentine There s something that draws me to child narrators Maybe it s the wisdom that comes from their recocious view of life or maybe the truths that often come from their na vet truths that adults just wouldn t speak of or even know This year I have met and fallen in love with Boo of Boo Elsa of My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She s Sorry Caitlin from Auarium to name a few and of course there s Reuben from an all time favorite Peace Like a River which I read several years ago Izabella or Iz as her mother calls her or Bella or just Be as her father calls her is now on my list of favorite child narrators On her sixth birthday her father leaves and so does her voice After eight years of doctors and therapy she still doesn t speak It s only in her fleeting memories that we glimpse what might have happened Last attempt to return Iz's voice the air board the ferry back to Tillings in hopes that confronting the Cocksure past will help Izabella heal herself and begin toiece together the splintered memories of the day her words ran dry But heartbreak is a difficult Beyond the Cliffs of Kerry (Bold Women of the 18th Century, puzzle to solve– and truth is elusive where magic and madness collide When the residents of Tillings greet them with a standoffish welcome it becomes clear that they know something about Izabella's dreamer of a father that she does not Now as the island's annual Yemayá festivalrepares to celebrate the ties that bind mothers to children lovers to each other and humankind to the sea Izabella must unravel the tangled threads.

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Hat Izabella is shutting out what is gone along with her ability to speak Eight years later back to the island called Tillings off of Rhode Island where they were when her father left we learn there s something that Izabella doesn t remember from that day on her 6th birthday She blames herself for her father s departure She s lonely homeschooled has no friends and an uneasy relationship with her mother This could easily be called a coming of age story but it was than that It was about a little girl becoming a young girl and having to come to terms with some difficult truths about her father There s a myth the Festival of Yemaya maybe a witch or maybe a goddess but don t let that keep you away from this story because that s not really what it s about There are some wonderful characters who I couldn t help but love Remy Mr O Malley and Grandma Jo It s about a young girl dealing with trauma and loss It s ultimately about family about understanding and acceptance about forgiveness of others as well as oneself I found it to be well written a touching story yet I m giving it almost 4 stars because the ending was a bit redictable However I wouldn t have wanted it to end another wayThanks to William MorrowHarperCollins and Edelweiss for an advanced copy I received a copy of this book from the The Three Lives of Sonata James publisher William Morrow Paperbacks in exchange for an honest review It was just released yesterday This is a story for those who like to see a coming of ageovercoming a trauma It follows Izabella as she struggles with herast and her fathers disappearance It highlights her guilt While not a fast moving story it was touching with all of the characters coming together All uniue and a little odd in their own way it showed Izabella that she was not alone If you can handle a story that moves at a slow Mein Erster Mörder pace this may be of interest Told through the eyes and the voice of a child WHAT THE WAVES KNOW is a brilliant touching and heartbreaking story that is not only original but also captivating It was beautifully written thoughtrovoking and a read that will stick with me for a long time This is one of those books that would be erfect for book clubs because there is so much to discuss and so many emotions to rocess It really is a MUST READ 5 stars The timing of me reading this book was kind of strange because the book deals with loss and coping with it mental illness the effects of a mental illness on the greater family but especially children Normally books which are narrated by a child because it could really go either way but this one was done wonderfully The bottom story line comes down to a girl having to deal with the realities of her father the reason for him leaving Once he leaves she stops speaking literally and her mother years later decides that the only way for Iz to go back to normal and hopefully move forward with her life I will tell you that the ending was easy to figure out if you re an avid reader but the journey to the ending was so good The book highlights how a child s memories can be so different from the actual reality and having to come to terms with that can be both Kaki vojaki: roman v rimah in slikah painful and freeing How coming to grips with the truths of theast can be what ultimately Poems of Heaven and Hell from Ancient Mesopotamia puts everything intoerspective I absolutely loved the voice of this Book I Loved The Narration By The Child Because It I loved the narration by the child because it you feel so much sympathy for her and her childhood The mother while making uestionable choices I kind of liked her She did the best she knew how and I have to respect as a mother myself Overall I think this was a great book I think if you are in a book club this would be an ideal book choice because there are so many discussion angles. Of her own story *and reclaim a voice gone silent or risk losing herself and any chance she may have for a future *reclaim a voice gone silent or risk losing herself and any chance she may have for a future the ast• Named a Monthly Top Pick Indie Top Seller and Most Anticipated New Release• Run don't walk to your hone or to ick up a copy of this book it is beautiful–Dr Mari Dias WPRO Radio• What The Waves Know charts an unforgettable journey of trauma and healing as the walking wounded repair their lives together their voices shaping a rough chorus that calls us back from darkness to light– USA Today bestselling author Pamela Schoenewaldt• A moving magical novel that asks us to consider the stories which tell the truth and the stories we tell ourselv.


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    [E–pub/Pdf] (What the Waves Know) Free read â PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ï Tamara Valentine I received an advanced review copy from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest reviewWow this was a great book Izabella Haywood loses her father at their family's home on Tillings Island and eight years later she still cannot speak Her mom finally accepts that the only way for Izabella to move forward is to go back Back to the island They move back into the family home in mid summer with hopes for a full recoveryAs time goe

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    [E–pub/Pdf] (What the Waves Know) Tamara Valentine ï 0 review Read & Download What the Waves Know I received a copy of this book from the publisher William Morrow Paperbacks in exchange for an honest review It was just released yesterday This is a story for those who like to see a coming of ageovercoming a trauma It follows Izabella as she struggles with her past and her fathers disappearance It highlights her guilt While not a fast moving story it was touching with all of the characters coming together All uniue and a little odd in the

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    [E–pub/Pdf] (What the Waves Know) I really like this book A young girl Iz struggles to remember and make sense of the night her father who is mentally ill disappeared and come to terms with the fact that it was her words that sent him into the night She hasn't spoken since and her relationship with her mother is strained Together they go back to the home on Tillings Island where it all happened to try to stitch together a path forward Heart b

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    [E–pub/Pdf] (What the Waves Know) Told through the eyes and the voice of a child WHAT THE WAVES KNOW is a brilliant touching and heartbreaking story that is not only original but also captivating It was beautifully written thought provoking and a read that will stick with me

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    [E–pub/Pdf] (What the Waves Know) Thanks Edelweiss for the opportunity to read this character driven novel of family heartbreak and restoration This is a very well written book It strikes a neat balance between tragedy and redemption without straying into cliche Recommend and look forward to from Valentine

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    [E–pub/Pdf] (What the Waves Know) Izabella Rae Haywood adores her father who she says is one eighth Narragansett Indian and seven eights mystery He takes her to Tillings Island where he has roots They fish together and share a deep bond But her parents ar

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    Free read â PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ï Tamara Valentine Tamara Valentine ï 0 review [E–pub/Pdf] (What the Waves Know) The timing of me reading this book was kind of strange because the book deals with loss and coping with it mental illness the effects of a mental illness on the greater family but especially children Normally books which are narrated by a child because it could really go either way but this one was done wonderfully The bottom story line comes down to a girl having to deal with the realities of her father the reason for him leav

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