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The Loudest Silence

by Kai
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Reviewed by:Niccole Simmons
November 2011


The Loudest Silence by Kai is a terrific and engaging read. When looking at the cover, I could not get an ideal of opinion on how the book would go as I can with some other covers I view so my curiosity was peaked.

What would happen if you glanced in the window of your home unbeknownst to anyone else and saw your mate making passionate love to your best friend's spouse? Do you get even or just move on with your life? Would you be angry enough to point the gun at him or her? Whose side would you be on, your best friend or the one you have committed your life to? All of these are questions you will ask your self when you are reading, The Loudest Silence by Kai.

Kenya, Terrance, Lani and Christopher will shock and amaze you from the very beginning of this book. The author takes you on a roller coaster ride of emotions, including, anger, shock and surprise. I like the way it immediately draws you in. Every silent action is met with an even louder silent reaction. You will ask your self over and over again if that is how you would have handled it or, ‘Why did he/she do that’.
There are drastic assumptions, jail and even death with all of the turmoil going on in this novel; the four lives of the characters in this novel will never be the same. The characters feelings are well described and I was put in the frame of mind they were described to be in while reading.

If you're looking for a good read for a female book club or a book to discuss 'what you would do' with your girlfriends, I would check this out. The author does a good job painting a vivid picture for the imagination. I could clearly see the characters in my head as I read so I enjoyed the character development. The plot had some original twists that set this apart from the usual story of betrayal so readers will not be disappointed or feel familiar with this one as is sometimes easy to do in the urban genre. I am very much ready to read the conclusion to see what is going to happen.

Another thing I liked about this book was the size of the font. It was easy to read and wasn't tiny and the line spacing between lines was good. It seems lately, there is no line spacing in books and the font is so small and hard to read, so kudos to the publisher for making this book easy to read. That was a definite plus for me.

What did you like about the book?
It is cultural and entertaining.

What did you dislike about the book?
At times, the colloquial language was distracting and bothersome to the overall flow of the book. It limited the scope of the read to a degree, even.

What could the author do to improve the book?
Be careful when using colloquial language. Also, the author should pay attention to verbs and tenses, and be consistent with them.


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