- File Size: 1379 KB
- Print Length: 200 pages
- Publication Date: June 26, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073D35WWD
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,448 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I don't like giving things away in reviews and this book is amazing so I won't spoil anything, I'll just say that it has some serious dark subjects within the story, but Jay does such a great job approaching the issues, and she does so in such an eloquent manner. And the things needed to be told the way it was written because people deal with so much dark in their lives and...darkness matters.
Andromeda and Noah both want to start a new life. After a few hard years Andie moves in with her twin sister to a tiny studio which was transformed from a two-car garage, while Noah decides that after years of isolation he has to move out from his parents’ house, so he finds a house with his best friend near the campus. Because Andie’s apartment and Noah’s house are in the same yard, they become neighbors. Starting over their lives is not easy for either of them. They both have something dark in their past that holds them back with constant force, but sometimes one offered hand is enough to help to find the path to the light again ...
This book was like someone dumped a huge box of puzzle pieces on the table. You get to experience the way all the pieces of the story slowly come together as you read, although at the end of the book it still felt like a few pieces are missing. It’s a slow-building story, still during my read I always felt like I was reading a novella. I don’t know exactly why I felt this way, but maybe because this book was a little shorter, or maybe because it felt like nor the characters’ nor the plot’s every layer has been peel back completely. There are still loose ends to tie up but I was happy to read that there will be another book where we can hopefully find all the answers for our questions.
Jay McLean amazed me again with her outstanding writing style, and I truly loved the characters too, but the most amazing thing in this book still was the beautiful, meaningful message of the story.
Overall, I am truly glad that I could read this unique, important, and stunning story, and I can’t wait to pick up the next volume.
In Darkness Matters, Jay McLean is giving a gift to many. A gift of knowing you are not alone in what matters.
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This book, Noah and Andie's story, is something else. Something different. Something more.
And Jay is right, darkness does matter.