The Quality of Silence
by Rosamund Lupton
Review by Angie Andre
In a freezing remote part of Alaska astrophysicist, Yasmin and her 10 year old deaf daughter, Ruby are on a mission. Despite betrayal, fear, and deathly cold weather Yasmin is determined to find her husband, Matt. There has been terrible accident and an entire village in Northern Alaska has been obliterated. Yasmin and Ruby brave the tundra in search of their missing Matt. As they encounter darkness they realize someone is trying to stop them from finding Matt and learning the truth.
This is a story about true love, determination, and finding courage you never knew you had deep inside you. It is a fast paced story that beautifully shows the deep love of a wife, husband and daughter.
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About the reviewer: Children’s librarian Angie Andre loves a curling up with her doggies, her knitting, and a cozy mystery.