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BookPage reviews The Quality of Silence

News 16th February 2016

THE QUALITY OF SILENCE Into the Alaskan tundra BookPage review by Barbara Clark What would you do if you were Yasmin, a brainy London astrophysicist, and your filmmaker husband was missing and presumed dead after a tragic accident in northern Alaska, where the frigid air and deepest black of night reduce survival odds to near…

THE QUALITY OF SILENCE Into the Alaskan tundra BookPage review by Barbara Clark What would you do if you were Yasmin, a brainy London astrophysicist, and your filmmaker husband was missing and presumed dead after a tragic accident in northern Alaska, where the frigid air and deepest black of night reduce survival odds to near…

Seattle Times reviews The Quality of Silence

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By Seattle Times staff In Rosamund Lupton’s remarkable “The Quality of Silence” (Crown, 304 pp., $26), the silence of Alaska’s far reaches is very real for Ruby; she’s completely deaf. This precocious 10-year-old narrates much of the book, as she and her mother trade their comfortable lives in England for a headlong journey above the…

By Seattle Times staff In Rosamund Lupton’s remarkable “The Quality of Silence” (Crown, 304 pp., $26), the silence of Alaska’s far reaches is very real for Ruby; she’s completely deaf. This precocious 10-year-old narrates much of the book, as she and her mother trade their comfortable lives in England for a headlong journey above the…

A Chilling Thriller: Everyday eBook reviews The Quality of Silence

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A Chilling Thriller: Rosamund Lupton’s The Quality of Silence By Jennifer Ridgway Reading bestselling author Rosamund Lupton’s newest thriller, The Quality of Silence, this time of year is to feel the cold as if you are standing outside naked. Set in Alaska at the height of winter, the weather is its own character. As with…

A Chilling Thriller: Rosamund Lupton’s The Quality of Silence By Jennifer Ridgway Reading bestselling author Rosamund Lupton’s newest thriller, The Quality of Silence, this time of year is to feel the cold as if you are standing outside naked. Set in Alaska at the height of winter, the weather is its own character. As with…

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