A voice in the distance by Tabitha Suzuma

Almost a year later and have read a couple of books in the middle. I find myself wanting to read more of Note of Madness so I searched for similar books. To my surprise I found out that there was a second book, the continuation of the main plot and I was like a dog with two tails so I ordered straight away and counted the days and hours for it to arrive. When it finally came, I started reading it straight away finishing my working day on Friday, and read it non stop until I finished it at Saturday midday. It had been a while since I devoured a book in less than 24 hours. I loved it!

This time, it goes deeper on the daily life, dealing with the  medication and trying to have a “normal” life, the struggle, the  equilibrium and the breakdown. Again, I think it has a really human  approach, without judging and deepening in the psychological  perspective, with thoughts, ideas, feelings, etc. So again, I totally  recommend this book.

The author has some other books more popular than these as I have  noticed online, but their topics are quite hard and intense so it’s not  suitable for everybody. I might give Hurt a try when the price comes  down, in the meanwhile I will try with “The bell jar” by Sylvia Plath.  We’ll see how it goes.


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