The Lost Voice

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The Lost Voice

5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

£2.99

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Product Description

Kate Gregory can hear people’s thoughts and it is something she has learnt to hide.

One day she hears something that may threaten the life of a child. Now she has a dilemma.

To save the child does she tell people of her ability, if she does will people believe her, and if she’s wrong, what damage will she do?

3 reviews for The Lost Voice

  1. 5 out of 5

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    I felt privileged and honored to be at the launch of this book by an amazingly inspirational lady and author. Hearing the initial passages read by Allison herself i couldn’t wait to get home and re-read them in my own head, creating my own pictures. The story itself had me hooked straight away and Allison made her characters feel as real to me as anyone in my own life. The sign of a great book, i came home on Friday night and after a bath, picked up the book and didn’t stop till i’d finished it. This did make me late for work the next day, but well worth it to find out the conclusion. I hope that this central character makes appearances in other books as i think she was amazing. How many times can i use that word in this review, fantastic, there you go another one.

    When a book holds me, i feel compelled to read and this has happened with books that have mainly been bestsellers, my point being that this book seems destined to go the same way.

    Reading this book whilst having a tough time, the author reminded me through the book about buddha and the choices we have to accept bad feeling into our lives. Yes that is so true indeed.

    Can’t wait to read my next book by and an amazingly inspirational author.

    Labor Omnia Vincit
    Paul

  2. 5 out of 5

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    This book had me enthralled from the start. It is a story about the dilemma between keeping our gifts hidden so that we do not hurt ourselves, and using our gifts to help others – a very human dilemma. The stories around the non-central characters are developed well and provide added interest and comparison. The book is very well written by Allison, and I highly recommend it.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    I felt privileged and honored to be at the launch of this book by an amazingly inspirational lady and author. Hearing the initial passages read by Allison herself i couldn’t wait to get home and re-read them in my own head, creating my own pictures. The story itself had me hooked straight away and Allison made her characters feel as real to me as anyone in my own life. The sign of a great book, i came home on Friday night and after a bath, picked up the book and didn’t stop till i’d finished it. This did make me late for work the next day, but well worth it to find out the conclusion. I hope that this central character makes appearances in other books as i think she was amazing. How many times can i use that word in this review, fantastic, there you go another one.

    When a book holds me, i feel compelled to read and this has happened with books that have mainly been bestsellers, my point being that this book seems destined to go the same way.

    Reading this book whilst having a tough time, the author reminded me through the book about buddha and the choices we have to accept bad feeling into our lives. Yes that is so true indeed.

    Can’t wait to read my next book by and an amazingly inspirational author.

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About me

Allison Agius lives in the North East of England with her husband.  They have five children between them. 

When she’s not working or writing she spends her time riding her Honda Hornet (in the summer), running (in the summer) and eating chocolate!