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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 15 customer reviews
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Easy Silence, Beth Rinyu
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: Romance,New Adult
I loved Beth’s When the Chips are Down so was pleased to see this one for review. Though I enjoyed it – and cried buckets at the ending – I just didn't love it in the same way as Chips. I’ve only read these two of her novels, but would be happy to read more based on these.
So, I felt this was a bit slow to begin and – a big issue for me – I didn’t really like either Sam or Jax. She seemed to swing between overly intrusive to the point of rudeness at times and naivety, and he was just surly and gave of this air of Go away, I can’t be bothered to talk to you. that makes enjoying the story difficult, I really need to like the main leads.
As we learned more about them I understood their actions more. It was clear though that there were secrets surrounding Sam, her dad and the mysterious Brooke and with all the things that cropped up I found it hard to believe she’d not ask more questions. I found the romance between them a little unreal in the way they started but having accepted it was gutted at what happened, and of course the ending – made me so so sad. I love that deep angst though, that deep drama and though I’m saying it was sad, it was but in a happy way. Its hard to say more without giving anything away so I’ll stop at that.
It’s quite hard to rate properly, I think it’s very much a read for New Adults. It’s a genre I have found some great reads from, but some are very much aimed at late teens early twenties, and being older ( much!) I guess I just don’t feel the same. I found the first half really difficult to enjoy and would probably have given up if it wasn’t a review book. It wasn’t a bad read, well written and with a decent storyline but I just got so irritated at Sam’s pushiness and Jax’ miserable, rude attitude that I really wasn’t bothered about what happened to them. Then in contrast the second half was much better and I began to actually want them to be together and that ending...well, it was terrific!!
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This deserves 5 heart wrenching stars all day long. I am not an ugly cry book reader but now and again I sneak one in and more often than not they floor me. Beth’s Easy Silence is one of those reads. Yes, you can probably still see me sniffling in the corner right about now. This book leaves a mark, a very big mark! I would say it’s a slow, emotional burner and you really need to take the time with it, you won’t be sorry.
“I am one hundred sheets of glass shattered into a million little pieces.”
It’s the absolutely tragic tale of Jaxson and Samantha that worms its way into your heart and stays there long after you close the book. I had a feeling from the start that this book would rip me open emotionally even though it wasn’t immediately obvious. I fell in love with the quiet, often gruff persona that is Jaxson Callahan and embraced his demons just as Samantha tried to. He was like a scared little boy much of the time, an endearing quality I found hard to not like. This man was tortured and scarred, so much so that I felt his pain with each word he spoke. It’s written from Sam’s pov so you never really get Jaxson thoughts but I didn’t feel it was needed all that much. Beth managed to convey all that he was in the way she wrote this story. Normally I want, often need, that dual pov but for the first time ever it wasn’t necessary. Samantha’s story wasn’t an easy one either, particularly towards the end. She finds a hero in Jax, just as he finds a saviour in her. Both emotionally and physically. There are so many understated, swoon worthy moments from Jax; you can’t not fall in love with him. I have many notes on my kindle that just simply say…..”Omg.” The best for me was when he whispered those words in her ear. I really felt that tug at my heart with that one!
Interwoven with the main plot line there are other smaller stories that become all-consuming with regards to Samantha and Jaxson. Their connection began long before they met each other, and I think because of this they manage to soothe each other, try to protect each other. Yet they don’t quite understand the draw they have to one another. Their history is tragic and full of loss, with very little love. It’s a little clichéd that way but that’s not a bad thing when something is written so wonderfully well.
This one was written from the heart. It’s utterly mesmerising and confounding. An absolute gem of a book, written with a magic touch. And that ending….wow, it just blew me away! I didn’t see that coming but it perfectly fit with the rest. It was incredibly brave and emotionally crippling. Highly recommended and going into my 5 star bank!!
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Avoid this book if you don't want to get sucked in to love, betrayal, lies, did I mention love?
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