The Song of Silence by Leara Martell

The Song of Silence

byLeara Martell

Kobo ebook | July 12, 2014

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What would you be willing to do if one day you awoke in a cell and discovered that you were the primary suspect in the murder of your husband?

Aida Lizaro’s life was perfect. A loving husband, a beautiful house, money, and the social status necessary to be someone. She had it all until one day she wakes up with no memory, locked behind bars, and with the only certainty being that she didn’t do it, regardless of how much the evidence insists on insinuating otherwise.

A prostitute, a nurse, and a child will be the ones to demolish and reconstruct the falsity of the Delvecchio marriage. Three witnesses to a life full of abuse, lies, facades, and pain. Three witnesses who will bring embarrassment and desperation to light.

What would you do to preserve your life and that of the people you love most if the rest of the world turned its back on you?

How many punches can be taken without screaming?

Her silence was Carlo Delvecchio’s greatest weapon and that gave Aida wings with which to fly. Love, passion, weakness, blood, and a beautiful background song about death and liberation. Months ago, when the music didn’t stop playing.


“She has managed to deceive the reader in order to provide an ultimate surprise. The method and the ending are not gratuitous either, they are well-developed and it comes out well. As a debut it suggests a good start for this young novelist.” - Anika Lillo, Anika entre Libros

“Upon reading the grand finale I felt like getting up and applauding until my hands bled.” Edelia, Ex Libri

“Leara keeps us glued to the pages from the first act, eager to understand the entire mystery around the murder, with the certainty that it is a developed and gruesome plot.” - Daniel Ojeda,

“What I enjoyed most was the narrative style, the phrases so crafted and full of meaning through which Leara was able to transmit Aida’s struggles.” - Beleth,

“In conclusion, it is a difficult and sad book, but it’s worth reading just for the author’s marvelous narration.” - Alhana, A Doble Altura

“I was surprised by this author’s maturity in constructing a story that is bitter, sad, and complex, which will leave the reader with a disconcerted feeling. Very well-written, with well-defined characters and a certain dose of intrigue, a book that can be read in one sitting.” -Adivina quien lee

Title:The Song of SilenceFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 12, 2014Publisher:Leara MartellLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1633392902

ISBN - 13:9781633392908

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