Jan. 22, 2018

Silent Song

Silent Song is an unforgettable tale of two vastly different people that will squeeze your heart then fill it with the incredibly beauty of friendship, family, love, and deep understanding.



When Silence and Sound Collide, Senses Explode


I'm deaf. What most people view as a disadvantage, I see as an advantage. I feel my way through life in my 1969 Ford Fairlane. The vibrations and speed sustain me, the race track is where I dominate. I thought racing was all I needed to survive, but I was wrong.


Music is my life. I inhale the melody and breathe in the lyrics. That was until I met someone that opened my eyes to a new culture. Who knew silence was all it would take for me to really experience music?




Ceej’s Review:

Silent Song is a book that is completely out of my normal genre, but I feel that it was a book that I needed to read and feel.  It opened my eyes and heart to a language that is different from what I’m used to.  It gave me a chance to put myself in someone else’s shoes for a while and be able to live their life in a way that I had never attempted before.  It truly is an unforgettable tale for me.

Barrett…at first, I wasn’t sure if I’d like him or be able to see if I have anything in common with him.  Though there would be few things in common, he taught me to see the world in a different light.  And in a different way.

Presley…I wasn’t sure if anything about her would resonate with me.  Then she opened up and showed me that everyone, regardless of upbringing or monetary status, can have something in common with others if they look hard enough.

I loved Silent Song.  All too often, I find myself looking at what makes me different from other people.  Barrett and Presley, and their friends, showed me that underneath it all, we’re all people who are looking for love in all its forms.  That we deserve love and sometimes need to fight for it no matter the obstacles.  I’m not easily swayed, but this book remains one that will always bring me back to where I need to be as a person.  I couldn’t be more grateful to Jaci Wheeler for providing this for me.


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