Eden Finley handles a sensitive subject with care and love
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I’m wordless. This book has essentially left me speechless with just how much justice was done to such a difficult subject.
It can’t be read alone, imho. You need to have read Law’s story first to have a full understanding of how Anders’ life has been one of simply existing for the last five years.
There are trigger warnings, they need paying attention to. Eden Finley deals with some of the harshest forms of mental trauma in this book with a sensitivity that is second to none.
I’m not going to mention much about them, this is a narrative that needs to be experienced alongside Brody’s discovery of Anders’ past and his issues.
I will say though, it’s not a depressing book, there is such hope and love throughout that it really does make your heart sing.
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.