Your Voice Is All I Hear

Your Voice Is All I Hear 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 hal

  • Title: Your Voice Is All I Hear
  • Author: Leah Scheier
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  • Page: 402
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  • 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 see 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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    About “Leah Scheier”

    1. Leah Scheier

      Leah Scheier was born and raised in Balti, MD As a child, she was inspired by her favorite authors, Arthur Conan Doyle, Lloyd Alexander, and C.S Lewis to dream up tales of adventure and romance Now grown up with daughters of her own, Leah works as a pediatrician and continues to create new stories Her first novel, SECRET LETTERS, came out 6 26 12 Hyperion Disney Her second novel, YOUR VOICE IS ALL I HEAR is due to be released in September 1, 2015 Sourcebooks Fire.You can write to Leah through her website on the contact page or follow on twitter leahscheier

    483 thoughts on “Your Voice Is All I Hear”

    1. Wow! Fantastic read for a YA book on mental illness. The best that i have come across on details concerning all these topic because it was a well coroborated on so many levels in that in this storyline there are two very close friends going through something that society that deem as 'crazy' for no reason instead of offering some kind of therapeutic help. Schizophrenia is a dangerous disorder of the mind,disease (mental) if not treated: you can have suicide thoughts etcexcellent storytelling and [...]

    2. Your Voice Is All I Hear is a book that beautifully and realistically portrays Schizophrenia. If you're big on mental illness in YA, definitely give this book a shot.I'm not saying this book is perfect, though. Normally when I post rage-y updates, that means I'm just about ready to DNF a book. And I was about to about 20% in with this one. But boy, am I happy I stuck with this one, because it definitely redeemed itself!But because I'm unsure of how to review this book a whole, I'm going to brea [...]

    3. Beautifully written, stunningly heartbreaking, and utterly captivating, Your Voice Is All I Hear is a breakthrough in YA literature. To say this book rendered me completely speechless is an understatement. After I read the final page, I sat there for a few minutes, my head reeling with the intensity of the book I'd just finished and a thousand other indefinable emotions.The story follows a teenage girl, April Wesley, who is reluctant to go back to her school, Fallstaff High, after she finds out [...]

    4. (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to SOURCEBOOKS Fire and NetGalley.)“I can’t take it anymore. I’ve had enough of their advanced academics and brain control.”This was an interesting story about one girl’s brush with mental illness as her boyfriend started displaying signs of psychosis.Poor April got a bit of a poor deal in this story, she not only had to look after and defend a boyfriend who was clearly hearing voices, but she di [...]

    5. melissa413readsalot*Mild Spoilers*This book really got to me. This book is about schizophrenia, bullying and certain people that just never give up on you. The reason is got to me is that I have mental and medical issues and I can understand what it's like to deal with them. I have know someone who's father was schizophrenic and the things they had to go through. This is the disease that terrifies people. Yes, the person can be dangerous and yes, sometimes they can be monitored to where they can [...]

    6. “Mental illness turns people inwards. That's what I reckon. It keeps up forever trapped by the pain of our own minds, in the same way that the pain of a broken leg or a cut thumb will grab your attention, holding it so tightly that your good leg or your good thumb seem to cease to exist.”----Nathan FilerLeah Scheier, an American author, has penned a heart-rending YA tale, Your Voice is All I Hear which unfolds the story of young high school teenager who meets and falls for a newcomer boy and [...]

    7. 3.5 starsIt is difficult to review Your Voice Is All I Hear, but I think Aimee's review says it best: several parts of this book make you feel and think several things.The first part, for instance, was mind-numbingly generic and stereotypical. You know, bland main character has only one friend, who happens to be gorgeous, but MC manages to catch eye of gorgeous guy and they fall in love within two days (seriously, she says they're dating two days after she meets him). I was just about ready to g [...]

    8. this book does an incredible job about how schizophrenia affects those who have it and especially how their loved ones are affected by it. i actually really enjoyed this except for some minor issues with the pacing and writing. props to the author for no "love heals all" bullshit. 👏👏👏full rtc!

    9. I’ve read quite a few books this year that focus on mental illness, Your Voice Is All I Hear is one of the standouts for me. Beautifully written and emotionally resonant, I was in this all the way.Don’t be fooled by the start – where it begins is with a fairly generic but compelling love story. April is missing her best friend, but meets Jonah who she develops a connection with. However things are about to go very wrong for Jonah and April’s loyalty will be tested to some very intense li [...]

    10. This quote: There was a ripple of shock when I explained that symptoms of schizophrenia usually begin in high school or college and that it affected nearly two million people in the United States. "There are so many who suffer from this," I concluded, "but each one feels like they're completely alone. It's not like other illnesses. A person who's sick with cancer has the support of the community. Everyone bands together and tries to help. Friends organize runs for a cure and put together bake sa [...]

    11. Who's to says YA books cannot deal with risky topics and excellent writing on mental health/illness and schizophreniawhich is just a few subjects in this story that was written kind of disease mess with the mindyou have suicide thoughts etc, its extremely dangerous in ones family setting if you're not getting the right psychotherapy treatment and medicatione author wrote about(April & Jonah) relationship,how they were to each other,the support etc. was too good to put downhighly rec [...]

    12. Thank you to NetGalley and Sourcebooks Fire for providing this ARC.I have mentioned time and time again that books with sensitive topics/material are among my favourites, so I was pretty excited to read this book. And I was right, Your Voice Is All I Hear fell neatly into that category and I absolutely loved it. Exceptionally raw and honest, it deals with a subject I haven’t seen tackled in YA literature: schizophrenia. It’s heartbreaking and it leaves you feeling numb, shedding light on thi [...]

    13. Empezaré diciendo por qué no tiene las cinco, y así luego me será más fácil decir por qué tiene cuatro. No se lleva 5 estrellitas en el firmamento de GR por dos razones, la primera, es que me ha rechinado un poco la edad de los protas en variados comportamientos, aunque si no hubieran sido adolescentes entiendo que algunas de las cosas que ocurren no habría podido narrarse. La otra razón, ha sido el final. Necesitaba más, un par de capitulos más, un buen epilogo, no sé, el cuerpo me [...]

    14. This review was originally posted on It Starts at Midnight Here's the deal: April is bummed because her best friend left their school for Swanky Rich Kid Academy, and April hasn't exactly bothered to make droves of friends. So when Jonah moves into town and takes an interest in her, she's pretty thrilled. Of course, as we know from the synopsis, this cozy duo isn't going to have an easy time of things. Jonah's behavior becomes increasingly erratic, and April is faced with a lot of decisions tha [...]

    15. Actual rating: 4.5THIS BOOK IS AMAZING! I don't understand how I can love the ending with all my heart when I hated what happened so much. Okay guys, BRB, I'm just gonna cry my guts out. TULL REVIEW:When I started this book, I felt like the story was dragging and slow at first, but as I read on, I liked the story more and more. I finally understood the point and I was really happy that I read this book.Unlike Made You Up, another Schizophrenia book I read, it was not the main character with ment [...]

    16. Review originally posted on Le Book Chronicles BlogThat blurb makes this book sound completely different and it kind of annoys me. It makes it sound like April is the only person who knows about Jonah's issues, but everyone knows about them, but they're all too in denial about it to do anything. I think that if the blurb wasn't so far off the book, and I actually knew what I was getting myself into, I might have enjoyed this book more. But alas, the blurb is crap and therefore, I thought the boo [...]

    17. **Thank you to Sourcebooks Fire for allowing me to read this in exchange for an honest review!** Your Voice is All I Hear was a beautifully written tale about young love and schizophrenia. The story follows April, whose best friend just switched schools. Now she's all alone and has to try to survive her sophomore year of high school. On the first day, she meets a new kid named Jonah, who immediately says that she's pretty. The two of them hit it off from there.As time goes on, the two of them gr [...]

    18. A heart-crushing and eye-opening tale of young love, true friendship and the devastation of mental illness unchecked, Your Voice Is All I Hear by Leah Scheier is a powerful story that will stay with its readers long after the last word is read. Feel the weight of April’s love, loyalty and guilt as she realizes her best friend-boyfriend has been hiding secret traumas from his life that have taken him beyond his mental limits, fragmenting his mind into the hallucinations of schizophrenia from a [...]

    19. 3 stars.Before I go on about how gripping, and realistic the book was, let me first appreciate the title. No, seriously, look at that title. It fits the story so perfectly; almost like the correct piece of a puzzle. I love book titles and there are some books whose titles I like, more than I like the book itself. I don't know who came up with the title. My bets are on the author; and if it is the author herself, she seriously needs a thousand claps on her back. Really, Scheier, the title is amaz [...]

    20. This book was really sad, but a great story about a girl who'll do anything to help save her friend's life, even if it means facing his mother with the evidence of his problems.

    21. BRAVO!!!One book everyone must read!Review:I honestly am not sure how to start this review. I knew getting into this book that it dealt with mental illness, but what I wasn’t expecting was the depth at which it took me.Mental illness is unfortunately something that is very easily overlooked and misunderstood by our society as a whole. It gets overshadowed by other diseases such as cancer, leukemia, or many other diseases that people see as treatable. I’m not saying those illnesses are any le [...]

    22. Read full review HEREI received an eArc from the publisher through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.This book destroyed me! I really don’t know how to start this review any other way…To be clear, this book is about how April deals with Jonah’s disease, and how his schizophrenia progresses and the effects it has on both of them and their families.The beginning of the book is so cute, April and Jonah meet, and they’re both so starved for a friend and human connection that they cl [...]

    23. I haven't read many YA novels with mental illness as the main theme. The story did drag a little in a few places for me, but it is a good read.Even with the book being done, I'm still now sure how to rate it. It went from your stereotypical high school drama, to real life seriousness. I wasn't clicking with the story for about the first half, because my mind did the whole "been there, done that", and then the author just flipped the table and launched this bomb of feels. The author did a great j [...]

    24. I really wanted to love this novel and give it five stars, but I had a few issues; pacing (it would feel like days had passed when it had been weeks), side characters (would have liked to see more background on Cora), and small plot details (I guessed a twist early on. Whether it is through my experience with depression and suicide, or the warning signs were that clear)April was your typical 15/16 year old character who is obsessed with her new (and first) boyfriend, who could do no wrong. Even [...]

    25. Oh my freaking lord. I can't even tell you how much pain this book has caused me, how many tears I shed while reading this. This book captivated me, not immediately to be frank, but as the story developed itself, and the characters too, I couldn't stop reading.

    26. *I received digital ARC of this book from Sourcebooks Fire through Netgalley*Review is also posted on Let’s Say It’s A Blog.Your Voice is All I Hear is that kind of book that successfully catches my attention at the first sight. Its ear-catching title and intriguing cover do it for me. With title like Your Voice is All I Hear, I have no doubt that many people would get curious the first time they land their eyes on this book. I personally think that the cover is beautiful but at the same tim [...]

    27. April is a bit of a depressed mess. Her best (and only) friend is leaving their current school to attend a different one, and April is less than thrilled about this. She’s not good at making new friends. She hates most of her classmates and could care less about finding a new friend. When Jonah arrives at their school, she’s instantly drawn to the “new kid”, and he’s just as drawn to her. They begin to spend a lot of time together, growing feelings for each other. And the more time the [...]

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