La meilleure radio silence de 2023

Voici le classement des meilleurs produits de la catégorie Radio Silence:

Radio Silence: c'est le plus acheté, les commentaires moyen sont 4,6 avec 2483 commentaires

Radio Silence: A Fox County Forensics Lesbian Romantic Suspense (English Edition): deuxième position pour ce produit, les commentaires moyen sont 4,4 avec 264 commentaires

Radio Silence: troisième position pour ce produit, les commentaires moyen sont 4,6 avec 60 commentaires

Radio Silence

Meilleure Vente n° 1
Radio Silence
2 483 Commentaires

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Beautiful read
I bought this book because it was mentionned in the Heartstopper tv show (i like it when autors mention their own work as a wink). I enjoyed reading this book, eventhough i am far away from my high school years. It goes around important subject such as depression, finding out your sexuality, and how to find your own path in a society that pressures you so much into a unique way (university, desk job, mortgage etc). It's vulnerable and sensitive without becoming dramatic, and simply but beautifully written (in my humble, non-native opinion).
An incredible read
I originally bought this book because Kyra @ Blog of a Bookaholic absolutely loved it, and it did sound pretty interesting to me. I finally picked it up because I wanted to participate in the #Bookentine readathon by Michelle & Ely @ Tea & Titles. I’m so glad I got that little push to pick this one up, because it blew my mind. In all my time reading YA, and reading contemporary books, I have never come across a book I could relate to as much as this one. That made me sound really old, didn’t it? I hope you know what I mean. I actually felt like I knew Frances, that we were similar in so many ways, and that we would be great friends. Here’s the thing: while I love stories filled with adventure or road trips and teenage (romantic) drama, that has never been my life. I’m very much an introvert. I don’t really like going to clubs or big friend groups. I do better with one-on-one conversations. There are many things I love fiercely, but don’t tell the people I know in real life about because I’m afraid they’d think I’m too weird. I was a good student. I didn’t really mind studying. Now that I am 22 years old, I love these aspects of my personality. I adore being an introvert. As a teenager, it made me feel like I was the lame or weird friend. I think reading a book like this, would have made me feel like I wasn’t alone, or weird. Frances has always been someone very into studying. She wanted to become head girl, so she could get into Cambridge. A good university means a good life, right? That’s always been her focus. There’s one other thing she loves even more though: a YouTube podcast called University City. It’s about a futuristic place where the world has gone to crap and someone is stuck all alone inside of a university (I think). The person sends out radio broadcasts, hoping to find someone who is listening. Frances makes fan art for the podcast, which she sometimes posts on Tumblr too. Anonymous, of course. Then she meets a guy called Aled, and finds herself with a true friend for the first time. I can’t tell you how much I adored this story, and these characters. Let me try though: This book is set in the UK. Somehow, I always feel closer to a teenager’s story when it’s set in the UK, rather than the US. I guess it’s a European Union thing -for now… This actually felt like a modern YA read. I know what you’re thinking: contemporaries are always modern, Jolien! Yes, I know. But I feel like the references made in this book were things I, as a young woman, understood. Instead of these weird 80s references that no teenager now actually makes. Frances is so relateable. Even though there are so many aspects of her I can’t relate to, I still feel like I am her. There is so much diversity in this book, without it feeling like it’s centered around it. Frances is British-Ethiopian. Daniel is Korean. She’s bisexual, something she has known for years (she’s 17 while this story takes place). This book also includes homosexuality and demisexuality -although I feel the latter could’ve been expanded on more. Family is important as well. In one of the reviews I read on this book, it mentioned the bad parenting trope happening here too. I actually don’t think that’s the case. Yes, there is bad parenting in it. But there is great parenting too. Frances’ mom is honestly an incredible mother. She knows her daughter so well, and is so accepting, supporting and kind. I think she’s the kind of mother we should all aspire to be/support one day. Friendship is what this book is actually about. Is it weird that I find that so refreshing? This book isn’t about a grand romance which let’s be real, most of us don’t get at 17 years old. It’s about being a good friend, finding a friend who you can really be yourself with and how to help each other out. Education. I like that this book addresses the problems with our Western educational system. So many of us are led to believe that the only way we’ll have a good life is if we get a degree from the best school ever. And that’s just not true. Traditional education is not for everyone. It doesn’t suit everyone. There are people who thrive in real life situations, instead of in a school system. We need to be shown our other options too, which is something this book addresses. I could honestly go on for ages about this book. There are so many things I loved about it. I don’t think I have ever read a book like this. I felt like I was engulfed in a giant hug, while I was reading this. Saying: it’s okay. Not every teenager is all about partying. Not every teenager has a huge clique of friends. Not every teenager has this big romantic story, and/or finds the love of their life in high school. You’re great the way you are. I would encourage everyone to read this. Even if you would normally not pick up a YA contemporary. I think this is the kind of book most people could find something to appreciate in. Thank you, Kyra and Michelle, for urging me to pick this up. I appreciate it.
I loved the book !
A friend told me about this book so I bought it and I d'ont regret it. It's one of the book that make your life feel empty when you finish it : like what am I doing next ? I spend two days reading this and couldn't stop ! I feel like I'm gonna miss the characters ...

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Radio Silence: A Fox County Forensics Lesbian Roma...

Meilleure Vente n° 2
Radio Silence: A Fox County Forensics Lesbian Romantic Suspense (English Edition)
264 Commentaires

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The Captain of the Police force almost goes ballistic!
The Captain daughter Courtney is a dispatcher and wants to attend the police academy. Problem is that the Captain wife was shot while on a patrol. Just a little protective, ok a lot. Mel is a officer on third shift. Mel while on patrol encounters a burning car. What follows is a detective being followed by these two women and things get dangerous. Cara has a unique way of writing and shows her mettle in this mystery . Enjoy!
Good series so far!
This is a good series so far. I loved the friendship to relationship between Mel and Court it was very loving and sweet. The crime and drama was very well done also. Can't wait to read what happens in the next book in this series. Would definitely recommend this to my friends and family.
Romance and suspense
An intriguing story of Mel and Court finding each other under tense circumstances and situations. Courtney was a pistol ... so young and full of confidence. They worked along side a detective at the precinct to uncover the truth behind a death and an assault. I also loved the secondary characters and especially Nonna. Well done and a good read. I enthusiastically recommend this and all of this author’s works. Thank you Peace

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Radio Silence

Meilleure Vente n° 3
Radio Silence
60 Commentaires

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Back in form and even better than ever?
Think this is hes best for a long time! I think last albums by Talib Kweli have be uneven.. some even boring but this is absolutly one of hes best so if you like hes 4 first this is for you..never heard him and like jazz/soul/hip hop? Grab it (btw its so good so bought another to give to a friend)
Five Stars
Great service great album
Talib Kweli grows with every Album!
Talib Kweli ist wütend, das sieht man nicht nur auf dem Cover seines neuen, mittlerweile achten Studioalbums "Radio Silence"! Das Radio spielt keine relevante Musik mehr, es geht nur noch um Quoten & Geld! Einer der letzten "concious Rapper" ist er, einer der gerne aneckt, aufklärt, aber am Ende nicht so radikal ist, wie es bspw. Public Enemy oder Paris sind, oder waren! Manchmal verrät eine Tracklist viel, manchmal gar nichts. Beim Blick auf die Features war ich etwas skeptisch, ich konnte mir Waka Flocka und Rick Ross einfach nicht auf einem Song mit ihm zusammen vorstellen. Das Album ist leider nur 11 Tracks "stark", aber liefert mit knapp 45 Minuten Laufzeit wieder eine Menge Inhalt, über den man nachdenken sollte und muss! Der Mix aus Sound ( wieder viel Jazz Einfluss ) und Text ist genau das, was ihn immer stark gemacht hat, und auch hier werden wir erneut nicht enttäuscht! Bestes Beispiel ist "She's my Hero", ein Song der einen düsteren Rahmen hat und von einer 14-jährigen Teenagerin handelt, die ihren Vater nach jahrelanger Misshandlung ( physisch und körperlich , auch gegenüber ihrer Mutter und Geschwister ) im Schlaf erschoss! Kweli will, dass wir uns mit Problemen auseinandersetzen und seine Haltung verstehen. Ob wir es gut oder schlecht finden, bleibt am Ende uns überlassen, aber seine Songs sind einfühlsam, dynamisch und ein Stück weit deprimierend zugleich. Talib Kweli kämpft für Frieden und vor allem auch Gerechtigkeit, das wird vor allem in "All of us" sehr deutlich. Der Song startet mit einer Audioaufnahme von einer Demonstration aus Ferguson, Missouri. Für diesen Song hat er Jay Electronica als Feature gewählt, beide werfen sich im perfekten Ping Pong Style die Verse zu und beschwören "Unity" über alle Grenzen, vor allem der Hautfarbe, hinweg! Sicher keine Überraschung, dass er erneut dieses Thema anpackt, aber aufgrund der aktuellen Lage in den USA ist der Song sicher "heißer" als jemals zu vor. Es gibt nichts zu verlieren, nur die Ketten, die uns fesseln! Die Produktion des Albums ist sehr abwechslungsreich, u.a. haben Alchemist, Oh No und Kaytranada Beats beigesteuert! Es gibt ruhige, nachdenkliche Songs, und es gibt mit "Traveling Light" feat. Anderson .Paak und "The One i Love" feat. BJ the Chicago Kid auch Nummern, die etwas grooviger, bzw, poppiger klingen. Im Radio werden wir diese Songs nicht hören, aber auf Youtube bekommen wir nicht erst seit heute einen Eindruck davon, aus welchem Holz der Poet aus Brooklyn geschnitzt ist! Mit "Radio Silence" ist es ihm erneut gelungen an eine ohnehin schon sehr starke Diskographie anzuknüpfen. Für mich kurz vor dem heiligen Fest eine ziemlich große Bescherung und definitiv eines der Highlights im Jahr 2017 im Genre Hip-Hop!

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