Voices

Voices

Sue Mayfield / Jan 25, 2020

Voices Recently dumped by Jamie her arrogant boyfriend Isabel Bright hopes to take her mind off things on a family vacation on the west coast of Scotland One day Isabel spots an empty bottle on the shore Sh

  • Title: Voices
  • Author: Sue Mayfield
  • ISBN: 9780340860632
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Paperback
  • Recently dumped by Jamie her arrogant boyfriend Isabel Bright hopes to take her mind off things on a family vacation on the west coast of Scotland One day, Isabel spots an empty bottle on the shore She puts her name and address on a note in the bottle and hurls it far out to sea Back home, Isabel throws herself into rehearsals for the school play Shakespeare s The TempeRecently dumped by Jamie her arrogant boyfriend Isabel Bright hopes to take her mind off things on a family vacation on the west coast of Scotland One day, Isabel spots an empty bottle on the shore She puts her name and address on a note in the bottle and hurls it far out to sea Back home, Isabel throws herself into rehearsals for the school play Shakespeare s The Tempest As the lead, Isabel is horrified to discover that Jamie has been cast as the male lead and that he wants to get back with her Against her better judgment, Isabel relents but then she receives a letter from a stranger Enter Duncan, a 17 year old from a Scottish Island, who found Isabel s message in a bottle Duncan is funny, friendly, and intelligent and interested in Shakespeare Isabel and Duncan start writing, then emailing Bit by bit their lives start to intertwine When Jamie dumps Isabel again, Duncan is the first person she wants to call But Duncan s mother answers the phone and explains that Duncan and his dad went fishing, got caught in a violent storm at sea, and haven t come back Isabel is devastated and keeps an all night vigil by the phone When news comes that Duncan is still alive, she throws caution to the wind and jumps on a train to Scotland But when the two finally meet is it love at first sight

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    About "Sue Mayfield"

      • Sue Mayfield

        Sue Mayfield has written eight novels for young adults including I Carried You on Eagles Wings , Blue and Damage Her first historical novel Hill of the Angels will be published in June 2016 Many of her stories are about young people overcoming difficulties and explore themes of loss, friendship and forgiveness She is currently working on a story about the healing relationship between a girl and a horse As well as fiction, Sue has written two non fiction books about bereavement Originally a teacher, and now a professional counsellor, Sue facilitates other people s writing in a wide range of places including schools, museums, hospitals and GP practices She is particularly interested in the relationship between words and health and helps people write themselves well in her private practice finding words and at Maggie s Centre, Cheltenham She is currently writer in residence for Beyond Words a joint project for young people organised by Cheltenham Festival and Gloucestershire Hospitals Education Service.


    518 Comments

    1. Ahh mannnn I looooved this book! It's written so simply, which is what I like because it draws you in.The fact that this story is based around The Tempest too! I've just purchased the sequel! I had to! xD


    2. VOICES is about Isabel Bright who has just been dumped by her boyfriend Jamie, whilst on holiday, her sister jokes they should send a message in a bottle to the rest of the "fish" out there. Isabel is pleasently surprised when a letter turns up for her from a guy called Duncan, he recieved her message and thought he'd reply.They begin writing to each other by letter which eventually leads into emailling.Follow Isabel's journey of drama, hanging out with friends, becoming on of the leads in Willi [...]


    3. This book was great. I like how it was written, the story was seperated into many scenes like a play, for example: Writing Act I Scene i as a chapter heading. The way it was written is good not only because its clear, its also related to the main character,Isabel. Its related to her because Isabel loves acting and most of the book talks about her rehearsals, with her school's cast. The story is mostly said through Isabel's eyes, but Mayfield makes it more interesting when she ocasionally switch [...]


    4. Even for a YA book this was awful. The characters were unlikeable, the writing was poor and the constant jump between each characters POV was confusing. The whole idea of the story being compared to The Tempest was laughable as this story had absolutely no depth whatsoever. Each time the protagonist spoke, I cringed and her ignorance about her boyfriend was just irritating. Not even suitable for a light summer novel. Avoid.






    5. Although not as deep and meaningful as some of her other books, this is still another great story by Sue Mayfield. I really do like this author.



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