Void is an emotional packed tale about a group of six friends who all come from messed up situations and try to deal with their own underlying issues that tend to hold them back. Each unique character has a number of personal struggles they try to overcome that are connected to the world, from domestic abusive, controlling relationships, struggles with sexual identity, loss of a loved one and many more real-life tragedies and dilemmas that are very difficult to defeat.
Sometimes my own words escape me as I try to recount the beauty, the powerful message of hope and the true understanding of friendship, family and love that this unique story unfolds. Rarely have I read a book as profound and as moving as this one that has reduced me to tears and fuelled a number of emotional responses for these wonderfully developed real-life characters’
VOID is a keeper that I will keep re-visiting time and time again.
Disclosure: I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
My Ranking: 5 Stars
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