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My Selection — “Radio Silence”

By Alice Oseman

‘Radio Silence’ by Alice Oseman. Picture provided by the author.

“Hello. I hope somebody is listening”

A podcast. An academically successful teenage girl. A quiet boy’s cry for help. Alice Oseman’s “Radio Silence” is a subtle, heart-wrenching critique of an all-too-rigid education system that only validates those who can keep up and those who are willing to compromise everything to fit in. A novel about youth crises and…

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