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The Void (Acktorek, #1)

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Which would you choose—save your sister or save the world?

Emma Edsel’s first priority has always been protecting her blind sister Carla. So when Carla begins to develop science-defying abilities that threaten her life, Emma will stop at nothing to save her. With nowhere else to turn, she seeks help from Mitchell, the new boy at school who seems to know much more about it t
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Published October 26th 2020 by ShireWood Press
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Tricia Mingerink
Oct 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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The Void is a young adult novel with a lot of heart and soul and a light sci-fi twist. Emma Edsel is a normal teenager navigating high school and dealing with her difficult family situation. However, the new guy at school is more than a new crush. Something seems up with him, and it seems to be connected with the strange things happening to Emma’s little sister.

This book had me at the edge of my seat. It is so tense, and there is so much on the line for the characters. Don’t let this book’s bill
Faith Anderson
Oct 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book. THIS BOOK. Acktorek: The Void is a YA, Christian, sci-fi that has depth, emotion, marvelously developed characters that'll just steal your heart, and an extremely suspenseful plot. This is DEFINITELY going on my ''top favorite books" list!

The point of view switches between our three main characters : Emma Edsel, Carla Edsel and Mitchell Banks. I honestly LOVE each and every one of them so. much. and I never once sped through one chapter so that I could get back to a different charact
Jenavieve Rose
Oct 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I don't even know how to begin describing just how good this book is. The characters were very real, and even through their flaws I could still connect to them.

The plot was gripping and kept me on the edge of my seat, it was a thrilling ride to the very end. And, oh, that ending! I can't go into detail for SPOILERS, but even though I wish things could have been different it was the ending this story needed.

Very few stories can make me show emotion even if I truly feel it, but this one pulled at
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