All the truth that’s in me.
Publisher Viking Juvenille
Publication Date: September 26,2013
Genre: YA Suspense|Romance.
But when Roswell Station is attacked, long-buried secrets come to light, and Judith is forced to choose: continue to live in silence, or recover her voice, even if it means changing her world, and the lives around her, forever. This startlingly original novel will shock and disturb you; it will fill you with Judith’s passion and longing; and its mysteries will keep you feverishly turning the pages until the very last.
All The Truth That’s In Me was unlike any novel that I read. The storyline, the way that novel was written. You can’t help but fall in love with the story. The story was written from Judith’s point of view but in second person, so while I was reading it, felt like I was reading letters that were addressed to someone. At least how it was written, felt like letters to me. It was fasanating for me to read, it made me wonder what’s going to happen next. I found myself curious the most about Judith if she would fully figure out how to talk again, if the truth about that night from 4 years ago would come out somehow. It’s a type of story that had the reader wondering till almost the end . I needed to find out what happened. I wasn’t sure how much I would like this book but ended up loving it more than thought I would.
. Judith: She has gone through a lot, in years that she came back, how everyone seemed to hate her and that included her own mother. Shouldn’t she be happy, that she made it back safely? Alive? I know that I would been if it happened to my daughter. How she treated her, forbidden her to even try talk, now a way that a mother should treat their child. It made me wonder if she ever loved her, or was it all an act? She kicked her out because she choose someone that her mother doesn’t approve of. Judith went through so much, when she was kidnapped, seeing her best friend killed and all the hate when she came back. I don’t think I could handle all of that, I would snap, break down. I did wonder if she would at some point. I loved how she would keep going on, despite how others treated her.
I loved how she was mostly addressing everything to Lucas, a boy she was in love with. Reading it, felt like she was writing it to him, telling to him like it was a story. To me, it did feel like I was reading letters. Almost everything seemed so real to me, I could actually seeing it happen in real life. It was real. I got so observed into a story, it was filled with suspense and I needed to see how it ended. Especially for Judith. I did not see her getting arrested coming. She did hide the truth at first, but didn’t anyone consider was because she was afraid? I know that I would been terrified. The tone that was used through novel was so strong, I could actually imagine everything happened and it made me want to help her. All The Truth That’s In Me is a must read especially if you into suspense. I loved every moment of it.