Blog Tour Wrap-Up; What I Couldn’t Tell You

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What I Couldn’t Tell You by Faye Bird

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When love turns to jealousy, when jealousy turns to rage, when rage turns to destruction…

Laura was head over heels in love with Joe. But now Laura lies in a coma and Joe has gone missing. Was he the one who attacked her?

Laura’s sister Tessie is selectively mute. She can’t talk but she can listen. And as people tell her their secrets, she thinks she’s getting close to understanding what happened on that fateful night.

Goodreads. Amazon UK.


Blog Tour Posts

The Book Moo – Review
Powered by Reading – Guest Post
YA Under My Skin – Review
A Daydreamer’s Thoughts – Review
Howling Reviews – Guest Post
Teens on Moon Lane – Guest Post
Laura’s Little Book Blog – Review
Mia in Narnia – Review
Another Teen Reader – Review
Tales of Yesterday – Interview
Wonderfully Bookish – Review
Overflowing Library – Guest Post
Linda’s Book Bag – Guest Post
Rachel Bustin – Review
Bookish Outsider – Guest Post
Kirstyes – Guest Post
Luna’s Little Library – Interview
Serendipity Reviews – Review


Review Quotes

“I couldn’t put this book down and just found it majorly interesting” – Mel at The Book Moo

“I strongly recommend this book and I’d love to read more by Faye Bird in future.” – Amy at YA Under My Skin

“This is a truly brilliant book.” – Faye at A Daydreamer’s Thoughts

“An enjoyable and intriguing read that grips you from the beginning.” – Laura at Laura’s Little Book Blog

“What I couldn’t tell you has a fantastically unique protagonist, compelling relationships and a storyline that kept me on the edge of my seat until the end.” – Mia at Mia in Narnia

“It’s a really well-judged thriller, does an amazing job of delving into people’s emotions, what breaks them and what they do about it, and is just generally worth reading, for the SM representation if nothing else.” – Lara at Another Teen Reader

“The crime mystery elements were intriguing, the story flowed very well and pieced together the mystery bit-by-bit, and the perspective of someone with SM was very interesting to read.” – Charlotte at Wonderfully Bookish

“It only took me a couple of days to read What I Couldn’t Tell You because it was hard to put down. A gripping thriller for a Young Adult novel.” – Rachel at Rachel Bustin

“This book gives an excellent portrayal of selective mutism and how it affects the whole family. A good thriller that keeps you guessing until the final chapters.” – Vivienne at Serendipity Reviews


A Big Thank You

And lastly I want to just say a big thank you to all of the bloggers that participated in this tour, they were all troopers and helped to make the blog tour a complete success! I also want to thank Faye Bird and the team at Usborne for all the help throughout the tour!

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