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  1. says:

    I really wanted to like this book, but I couldn't find myself getting into it. On a few occasions, I found typos and I didn't like the writing s

  2. says:

    I absolutely loved this book!! I myself have a disease known as Spinal Muscular Atrophy type 1. I am ventilator dependent and operate my wheelchair and tablet using eye gaze technology. I have to constantly prove my intelligence lev

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    Great book!

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    Great book!

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    Thank you NetGalley and Sourcebooks Fire for an advanced copy. I voluntarily reviewed this book. All opinions expressed are my own

    I Have No Secrets
    By: Penny Joelson

    *REVIEW*
    Imagine someone casually telling you

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    Jemma's older foster sister Sarah has gone missing and so has her best friend next door neighbor Ryan. Neither has been seen for a while and no one but Jemma knows the truth. The thing though is that Jemma can't tell anyone as she can't talk, she has cerebral palsy which is why the killer confided in her as he knew his secret was sa

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    This book had me hooked from the very beginning. I loved Jemma’s character. She was brave, strong willed, cared immensely for others, and was a lovable character in the novel. She was interesting and fun to read about, and had a great personality.

    Jemma is a 16 year old girl with cerebral palsy, is in a wheelchair, and she cannot walk or talk. She and her siblings were adopted by their parents. Jemma has an a

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    I knew right from the synopsis that I had to read this book! It’s mysterious and intriguing, and had me dying to get my hands on it. The fact that Jemma couldn’t speak all the secrets we knew she knew had me on the edge of my seat.

    The was the first book I read where the main character has cerebral palsy, and I

  9. says:

    Does Penny Joelson exclusively write crime novels narrated by physically disabled teenagers? Because that's a weird niche, but it kind of works.

    I found this one harder to get into than the girl in the window, partially because I found it frustrating that Jemma wasn't using any kind of AAC, and I was glad

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    Jemma has severe cerebral palsy and is unable to speak. People tell her their secrets safe in the knowledge that the secret will be

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    This book is very well writen and it suprizes me how well Penny (the author) wrote it as the main character cannot move. There is so much going on inside Jemma's (the main character) head. I think it is portrayed excellently and you could really feel the frustration about not being able to tell anyobe anything. You can really connect to Jemma and I, personally, felt so happy when Jemma finnaly was able to speak

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    I bought this for my son for Christmas. He is 10 yrs old and has not put the book down until he finished it yesterday. Reall

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    I thoroughly ennjoyed this book as it was very original and I loved the way Penny Joelson combined crime the struggles of a disabled person. It also teaches you that just because you are disabled or are a bit different to others doesnt mean you are not able to do the same as them. I was also very happy that Jemma was fina

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I Hav. I really wanted to like this book but I couldn t find myself getting into it On a few occasions I found typos and I didn t like the writing structure I honestly think the book might have been better without the murder mystery which I felt like was rushed in the end I wanted Jemma to uncover or slowly unravel the mysteryI did love Jemma as a character how strong she is and reading about the sniff technology I think the author did a good job with her being the main character I definitely learned new things by reading this book

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Secre. I knew right from the synopsis that I had to read this book It s mysterious and intriguing and had me dying to get my hands on it The fact that Jemma couldn t speak all the secrets we knew she knew had me on the edge of my seatThe was the first book I read where the main character has cerebral palsy and I was so happy to see that wasn t the whole focus of the book except the fact that she can t speak I love that we learn so much back story on Jemma it really makes the story come full circle Having the story narrated by Jemma was great I loved hearing her thoughts on everything and how everyone just told her everythingOverall I got just what I wanted out of this book mystery thrills and intrigue Hearing all Jemma s inside thought on all the storylines made this one a uick interesting read I will definitely be picking up books by this author

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E No. Jemma s older foster sister Sarah has gone missing and so has her best friend next door neighbor Ryan Neither has been seen for a while and no one but Jemma knows the truth The thing though is that Jemma can t tell anyone as she can t talk she has cerebral palsy which is why the killer confided in her as he knew his secret was safe During I Have No Secrets Jemma also is getting to know her twin sister who was also adopted out but unlike Jemma Jodie wasn t born with a disability and she reminds Jemma what she could have been if she was born normal The girls have a rocky start but once Jodie comes around the girls start to bond I really felt for Jemma in this case as it was like everyone she cared about was abandoning her Jemma s new family also recently fostered Olivia who has been stealing and threatening Jemma if she tells What will happen though when Jemma is given a once in a lifetime opportunity to try out a new machine which will be able to become her voice Soon none of the secrets she has been keeping is safe and Jemma finds herself in danger as no one wants their truths to be revealed This was a good YA mystery but also shone a light on fostering adoption and disabilities