AAQPP: Deafness for Dummies

AAQPP: Deafness for Dummies

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"Why are you telling me this, Felix?"

He shrugs, his eyes focusing on the painting behind me. "I had to let you know that things get better," he signs with honest fingers. "You just need to live alongside your deafness, not in spite of it."

After Astrid Addleston - former Cambridge law student and resident all-rounder - crashes into a tree at too-many-kilometres an hour, she finds herself lacking something very important- her hearing.

With only prejudice and a despondent mood for company, Astrid resigns herself to the idea that her life and ambitions are in ruins.

A pretty girl and a boisterous cooking class full of deaf teenagers are determined to show her otherwise.

cover by the lovely @fiftyshadesofbhuiyan

  • addleston
  • astrid
  • cooking
  • deafness
  • diversityinlit
  • lgbt
  • literasia
  • michelle
  • nanowrimo2015
  • newadult
  • pie
  • power10
  • taygetsthegay
  • thegreattakeover
  • wattys2015
  • youngadultreads
astrologay astrologay Oct 22
tbh i really want to learn italian. i'm going to italy this summer, so i want to get at least the basics of the language down. but i'm already struggling w just french and english and i'm worried i'd get french and italian confused and start writing in italian in my french tests at school lol 😂
desideres desideres Sep 23
am I the only one who thought of Harry Potter when I read diagonally
LaziDesi LaziDesi Apr 27
Oh being desi means you know like 10 different languages. Like if you know one really well, it's shouldn't be too hard to figure out others
I am intrigued and curious. Mostly how a group of deaf kids can have a cooking class.
Lol one of my life goals is to be a polyglot but I can barely speak French and English
Fikifiggs Fikifiggs Jul 14
Sign language is actually really easy and fun to learn. I know quite a lot and I've only been signing for a year