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White as Silence, Red as Song

White as Silence, Red as Song A Novel

By Alessandro D'Avenia
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.47 Stars

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On 10/10 BadWolf wrote: Ummmm. So I am full of very conflicting feelings with this book. Okay, no. Mostly not conflicting; mostly bad. I just … I just … I dunno. Maybe I just didn’t connect with it??? BUT ANYWAYS. Onto the positives!!! I liked The Dreamer (more on him later). I also liked how in the first quarter of ... Well Written, but Not a Favorite (White as Silence, Red as Song)

BadWolf's Rating:

2 Stars

On 9/23 Hannah Cox wrote: White as Silence, Red as Song by Alessandro D’Avenia Sixteen-year-old Leo spends his time texting, polishing his soccer moves, and hanging out with Niko and Silvia. Everything is going good, until a new teacher comes to town and challenges Leo to give a voice to all of his dreams. Leo is inspired to ... White as Silence, Red as Song: Review

Hannah's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/19 The Lady Prefers To Save wrote: White as Silence, Red as Song: A Novel by Alessandro D’Avenia Review posted in Beauty Products by theladyprefers2review Disclosure: Please note this book was received as a review copy from; all opinions are my own. 419SuVtfyKL._SX326_BO1,204,203,200_ Hello again, everyone. Tonight ... White as Silence, Red as Song: A Novel by Alessandro D’Avenia Review

The Lady Prefers To Save's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/15 Savannah Miller wrote: I tried... I REALLY tried So my headline should say it all.  I tried several times to get into this book, but just could not.  It got to the point where I would dread reading it.  I KEPT at I though and finished the book, mainly because I saw other reviewers saying it gets better.....  ... White as Silence, Red as Song: A Novel

Savannah's Rating:

1 Stars

On 9/15 Suzie Waltner wrote: I’ll be honest with you. At first, I wasn’t loving this book, wasn’t even liking it very much. Sixteen-year-old Leo seemed shallow and immature. His narrative stream-of-consciousness voice took some getting used to. BUT…I am so glad I stuck with the story because Leo learns and grows—and in ... Whit As Silence, Red as Song by Alessandro D'avenia - Book Review

Suzie Waltner's Rating:

3 Stars

On 9/13 Amanda Crowther wrote: This book is interesting. The prose is poetic, as Leo is thrown into a difficult situation and grows up way too fast. I thought that it was a well written story and that the translation did it justice (I imagine. I don't read Italian, so I haven't read the original. lol). This book deals with difficult ... Emotional

Amanda's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/13 Maddy Crone wrote: To be honest, I think that this book is either going to be a hit or miss. For me, it was a hit. Leo, the main character, is a 16-year-old trying to make his way through life. He's tired of all of the white in his life, the plain and everyday routine. Beatrice is the girl with red hair. Red, the color ... White as Silence, Red as Song || Book Review

Maddy Crone's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/12 Danielle Urban wrote: White as Silence, Red as Song by Alessandro D’Avenia is emotionally just as good as The Fault in Our Stars. I was hooked. The sadness swept me up within its current. Immediately, I felt the love, the pain, and the loss. But there was also hope and happiness to be gained. The characters are young ... Emotionally Gripping

Danielle's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/10 Lovely Loveday wrote: White as Silence, Red as Song is a contemporary young adult romance. I was drawn in from the start and could not put this down because I had to know how the story was going to end. A lovely story of love and loss that is sure to send your emotions on a roller coaster ride with many ups and downs. You ... The Italian The Fault in Our Stars.

Lovely Loveday's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/10 Lenoire wrote: Leo has a way with words, even though he is just sixteen. He spends his day like most teenagers do, with his friends and at school. A new teacher at school gave him a project that will challenge him like he has never been before. He hopes that it will help him win Beatrice, who barely knows he exists. ... Book Review -

Lenoire's Rating:

3 Stars