All the Truth That's In Me

by Julie Berry

'new gen' - Great Fiction for Young Adults Books with reviews by our Reader Review Panel

LoveReading View on All the Truth That's In Me

A deeply romantic story set against a background of terrible prejudice and astonishing violence. Snatched from her home by a violent predator who cuts out her tongue to silence her, Judith becomes an outcast to her community. In silence she must observe both the injustice of the judgements against her and, almost worse, the loss of the man she has always loved. Judith writes the story of her life with a quiet dignity recording the bravery of one girl and the courage it takes to stand up for the truth. ~ Julia Eccleshare

Julia Eccleshare M.B.E.

All the Truth That's In Me Synopsis

Judith can’t speak. Ever since the horrifying trauma that left her best friend dead
and Judith without her tongue, she’s been a pariah in her close-knit community of
Roswell Station; even her own mother won’t look her in the eye. All Judith can do is
silently pour out her thoughts and feelings to the love of her life, the boy who’s
owned her heart as long as she can remember – even if he doesn’t know it – her
childhood friend, Lucas. But when Roswell Station is attacked by enemies, longburied
secrets come to light…the cruel become kind…and Judith’s world starts to
shift on its axis. Before she knows it, Judith is forced to choose: continue to live in
silence, or recover her voice, even if what she has to say might change her world and
the lives around her, forever.

All the Truth That's In Me Reader Reviews

In addition to our Lovereading expert opinion some of our Reader Review Panel were also lucky enough to read and review this title.

  • Alice Horncastle - 'All The Truth That's In Me gripped me from the very start. The short chapters and gripping cliffhangers grabbed my attention, and I was soon lost in the horrific and yet enthralling plot.' Read full review >
  • Ruby Woods - 'A unique read, which allows the reader to jump into a different world and uncover Judith's story...it is written so cleverly that every word we read leaves us gasping for the next.' Read full review >
  • Ciara McIlvenna - 'This novel has an interesting and unique message that will stay with you long after you have turned the last page.' Read full review >
  • Delilah Acworth - 'It is a stunning tale full of unrequited love and damaged souls.' Read full review >
  • Izzy Read - 'Overall it was an amazing book I would highly recommend to history lovers or a romance hunter.' Read full review >
  • Ella Grabsky - 'I think the plot is a good one but some readers may struggle with the unfamiliar writing style.' Read full review >
  • Daisy Sawyer - 'An absolutely amazing read. I really couldn't put it down.  I would recommend this book to everyone who likes a fast, unpredictable plot...You will remember this book for a long time after reading it.' Read full review >
  • Jade Craddock - 'This is a dark and unsettling read that won’t suit all readerships. However, it is also a vital and unique book that has the quality and characteristics to really become a canonical piece of literature.' Read full review >
  • Lily Boniface - 'I enjoyed the mystery in the book and the unknown of what had happened to Judith and her back story, it kept you intrigued to read on and find out more about her.' Read full review >
  • Maisie Sansom - 'I loved this book - a tension-filled mix of history, mystery and love story.'  Read full review >

All the Truth That's In Me Press Reviews

“Haunting and unforgettable.” Ruta Sepetys, bestselling author of Between Shades of Gray

 

“Lyrical language, a good mystery, and a compelling heroine-this is a page-turner with
substance.” Booklist

 

“ Every now and then, a novel comes along with such an original voice that readers slow
down to savor the poetic prose. This is such a story.” Kirkus

 

“suspenseful and haunting. Her poetic narrative will draw readers in…” Publishers Weekly

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All versions of this book

ISBN: 9781848771727
Publication date: 06/03/2014
Publisher: Templar Publishing
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781848771727
Publication date: 6th March 2014
Author: Julie Berry
Publisher: Templar Publishing
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 272 pages
Genres: NewGen - YA Fiction, Reader Reviewed Books,
Categories: Romance & relationships stories (Children's / Teenage),

About Julie Berry

Julie Berry grew up as the youngest of seven children on a fifty-acre farm in America complete with pigs, chickens, turkeys, rabbits, and oodles of cats and dogs. She has written four novels for children and lives with her husband and four sons in Massachusetts.   Photo credit Bruce Lucier

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