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    A tragic romance with a positive outcome

    A well written, though tragic book, Many Sounds of Silence tore me up emotionally so that I had to stop reading from time to time. This novel brings out a number of facts, and none more pertinent than the dangers of the internet and the damage that it can do to a person's reputation. There is also the fact that there is a vast divide between intelligence and common sense or wisdom. Young adults who are privileged to attend universities and colleges have the opportunity to learn and earn their degrees, denoting intelligence, but many times their hormonal, alcohol-driven actions leave no doubt in a person's mind about the level of their common sense or wisdom. There is also the group mentality where through their actions they try to bring everyone down to the lowest common denominator. The libelous scandal unleashed against Abbi has to be one of the cruelest and most frightening that anyone can experience. However, because just one person saw through the pain and began to doubt the validity of the claims, positive reactions towards Abbi began to grow until she had a well-intentioned, although sometimes slightly crazy, posse to keep her safe. The growing attraction between Clay and Abbi is fraught with so much angst that it is a wonder they ever really got together. Nevertheless, when the dirt starts to fly, everyone is smeared with it, so it is no wonder that there were hesitations in making a commitment. This is a really hard book to read, but it ended on such a positive note that I felt privileged to have had the chance to read it. I received a copy of this book as a gift, and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    My first book by Alexa Padgett and it certainly won't be my last. I really enjoyed this book and everytime I put it down I wanted to go back to it. I loved both of the main characters and was rooting for them from the beginning. I would highly recommend this book.

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