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The Little Voice by Joss Sheldon
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it was amazing

“The Little Voice” by Joss Sheldon, is a surprisingly pleasant book.
At first, the story about a six year old boy who heard a voice inside his head, seems a bit cliché and boring, but just two lines after you find yourself reading it unstoppably and getting absorbed by the book completely.
IT was proven multiple times that a book written from a perspective of a kid has many chances to become a best-seller, like “Killing a mockingbird” was, and “the little voice” has a lot of chance of being a very soon-to-be best-seller, at least because it’s very entertaining, complex, beautifully written and extremely easy to read.
The evolution of the main character along with the quotes of Chinese philosophers and its unexpected turns, make you wish to spend more time with Yew, than just 150 pages, though, the ending is very pleasing. It felt like there’s nothing more to add, a feeling that I deeply appreciate after reading a good book.

Honestly, I loved it, and I could talk much more about it, but I’d like to avoid spoilers, better read it yourself.
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Reading Progress

November 8, 2016 – Started Reading
November 12, 2016 – Shelved
November 12, 2016 – Finished Reading

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