The Fullness Of Quiet

Jocelyn is a profoundly deaf teenager living with her father and younger sister, Helen. Since the death of their mother, Jocelyn has tacitly assumed the homemaker role

Romance is in the air when a new boy arrives at her deaf school. Unfortunately for Jocelyn, all is not set to run smoothly with the star-crossed lovers nor at home where the drama begins with Helen becoming seriously ill. More

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Published by Any Subject Books
Words: 29,510
Language: English
ISBN: 9781909392052
About Natasha Orme

Natasha Orme grew up abroad as the daughter of a soldier serving his country and this meant that she spent her childhood years traveling to and living in foreign countries.

From a young age she enjoyed putting her ideas down on paper and, as her talent developed, she found herself drawn more and more to writing.

At the age of eleven she went to a military boarding school in Dover and here was where her writing really developed. Although it wasn't necessarily part of the curriculum, the love of making up stories fascinated her and, by the age of fifteen, she had completed her first novel.

Natasha is now following a Creative Writing degree course at the University of Winchester in Hampshire, England.

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