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Since the beginning of the school year, high school freshman Melinda has found that it's been getting harder and harder for her to speak out loud: "My throat is always sore, my lips raw.... Every time I try to talk to my parents or a teacher, I sputter or freeze.... It's like I have some kind of spastic laryngitis." What could have caused Melinda to suddenly fall mute? Could it be due to the fact that no one at school is speaking to her because she called the cops and got everyone busted at the seniors' big end-of-summer party? Or maybe it's because her parents' only form of communication is Post-It notes written on their way out the door to their nine-to-whenever jobs. While Melinda is bothered by these things, deep down she knows the real reason why she's been struck mute...

Laurie Halse Anderson's first novel is a stunning and sympathetic tribute to the teenage outcast. The triumphant ending, in which Melinda finds her voice, is cause for cheering (while many readers might also shed a tear or two). After reading Speak, it will be hard for any teen to look at the class scapegoat again without a measure of compassion and understanding for that person--who may be screaming beneath the silence. (Ages 13 and older) --Jennifer Hubert

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Since the beginning of the school year, high school freshman Melinda has found that it's been getting harder and harder for her to speak out loud: "My throat is always sore, my lips raw.... Every time I try to talk to my parents or a teacher, I sputter or freeze.... It's like I have some kind of spastic laryngitis." What could have caused Melinda to suddenly fall mute? Could it be due to the fact that no one at school is speaking to her because she called the cops and got everyone busted at the seniors' big end-of-summer party? Or maybe it's because her parents' only form of communication is Post-It notes written on their way out the door to their nine-to-whenever jobs. While Melinda is bothered by these things, deep down she knows the real reason why she's been struck mute...

Laurie Halse Anderson's first novel is a stunning and sympathetic tribute to the teenage outcast. The triumphant ending, in which Melinda finds her voice, is cause for cheering (while many readers might also shed a tear or two). After reading Speak, it will be hard for any teen to look at the class scapegoat again without a measure of compassion and understanding for that person--who may be screaming beneath the silence. (Ages 13 and older) --Jennifer Hubert


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 431 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 211 Seiten
  • Verlag: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR); Auflage: Reprint (10. Mai 2011)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B004QGY36Q
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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  • Word Wise: Aktiviert
  • Verbesserter Schriftsatz: Aktiviert
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.7 von 5 Sternen 73 Kundenrezensionen
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: #60.711 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop (Siehe Top 100 Bezahlt in Kindle-Shop)

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In Laurie Halse Anderson's realistic novel, Speak, I was taken into the mysterious world of ninth grader Melinda Sordino. The terrifying reality of Melinda's life is overwhelming!
Anderson shows you what it feels like to be an outcast in your first year of highschool. What pulls you into the book is the fact that something terrible has happened to Melinda, and the author doesn't reveal the incident until the end. As a result of the trauma Melinda rarely talks. I caught myself screaming to Melinda, "Why won't you talk! "
When reading the book you'll wonder, why is Melinda calling a boy who attends her highschool IT? And why is she so afraid of him? You realize Melinda is going through a tough time of depression. All YOU (the audience) know is that she called the cops at a party last summer, but WHY? Now her friends won't talk to her because she broke up a fun party without an explanation. She won't tell anyone about "the secret" she is hiding, and what really happened at the party. The author does this to keep you on the edge of your seat, and believe me, that's what will happen!
You know she needs to tell someone what she is keeping inside. But then, things turn even worse. She is now cutting class, hanging out at the mall during school hours, and getting D's and F's(every once and awhile the author shares Melinda's grade card in the book)
I recommend this book to teens who enjoy suspense. This book moved, shocked, and amazed me. I guarantee, the conclusion of this story will leave your eyes popped out. So, take this journey with Melinda through her first year of highschool, and find out why it's so important for her to speak.
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This book is awesome. I suggest everybody of all ages to read this book, no matter if you are an adult, children, or young adult. This is a book that you can't put down until you are finished. It is a truly inspiring book that is written in a self-reflection style. It doesn't take a long time to read it. Many people I know that has read this book loved it. I believe Laurie Halse Anderson has written a powerful, painful, and deep book.
This is about a ninth grader called Melinda Sordino. Melinda has bent an outcast since her first day of high school. Her old friends won't talk to her. Her parents, teachers, and hardly anybody in her life are supportive towards her. People she doesn't know treat her awfully. As Melinda's life and future turns into a disaster, she starts to skip school, fail classes, and becomes a troubled kid. All this is happening because of one incident in an end-of-summer party. She stopped the party by calling the cops. This ruined her popularity. Not only was her popularity destroyed, but also something happened to her during that evening. Something she wants to get out of her head. Something that no matter how hard she tries to forget it, it still leaves a mark in her. Nobody is interested in finding out why she stopped the party. As Melinda becomes more isolated, she speaks rarely. When the truth comes out, an unexpected thing happens.
This book has become one of my favorite books. The middle and ending of the book was very exciting. The ending will make you want to read it over and over again. If this book hasn't been translated to other languages, I believe this should be done. Then people all over the world can read this awesome book.
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We had to read this book for the english - lessons, for which it is very suitable, because Melida, the main - character uses quite easy language to tell the readers in this diary - like story about her everday school - martyrium. Though it deals with a dark and overwhelming painful subject, it is written in a very sarcastic way, what makes the reading - process more pleasant. The young silent Milinda Sordino went to school with "the wrong hair, the wrong clothes and the wrong attitude" plus the fact, that her friends suddenly won't talk to her anymore, she becomes a hopeless outcast. Being picked on everyday and not having anyone to talk to, she suffers quietly and for herselfe. But the memory of what happened just won't stop huntig her......
We don't want to mention the end here, because you'll get to know what really happened at the end of the summer - party while reading - and meanwhile there's a lot of space for interpretation.
We all enjoyed reading the book, because it touches you with its honesty and sadness and is very well written by a talented, motivated author - we'd recommend it to anyone!!!
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This book is definitely one of my favorites. It's so different from anything I have ever read, the style, the tone, and the way it was written. It was a compelling read from the beginning to the end.
The story is not written as your average outcast "popular people are stupid" cliche. It's an original. The tone is like Melinda is just relaying her thoughts and what she sees to the reader, rather than her feelings and rage and anger against the people that hurt her. Her character gets stronger as you read on, as she begins to stand up for herself.
I liked how the author didn't just tell you what had happened to Melinda in order for her to stay so silent - instead, bits of the incident unfolds as you read along.
I was caught up in Melinda's world, and even though I'm glad to say that I haven't been there and done that, it was easy to just recognize the pain, fear and confusion she went through just because the author doesn't say it right out.
Overall, an excellent read and I highly recommend this to anyone who wants to feel the triumph of "Speak".
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