I received an ebook copy for free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. My opinions are my own.
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Looking for a quick, but meaningful read? Look no further. I finished this book quickly, but thought about it all night after. It's an interesting and fresh perspective in the narrative. I'm not entirely sure how to describe the genre.
Bracken appears to intentionally shroud our main character in some mystery regarding it's identity beyond thoughts. We know that Campbell feels "invisible" and identifies/fixates upon the term. We know that becoming visible is a journey for Campbell. To be heard is an obvious theme. This way of writing actually allows us to know our character more deeply than intricate descriptions of identity. It was what Campbell felt everyone didn't see, more than what we saw.
You should definitely check this book out for yourself.
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