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Ms. King has given us a deeply moving story of deep pain, constant struggle, the will to overcome & survive and the unshakable bond of true friendship, pure love and shaking off the bad to move forward. Josh & Hadley are so well written I had to finish their story despite the many times I put it down thinking it could never happen. This book was not my normal style, in fact I would normally stay far away from a book with the sort of deep subject matter this one addresses, but I couldn't stop following their struggles. I was so moved by their story. This book is not a light read, it's dark, and hard through several places, but the strength written into these two characters is worth reading. **TINY SPOILER** Josh & Hadley do get their happy ending, don't give up on them before the end!
I think my favorite part of the whole story was Josh's growth. This guy really got to me with his tortured but kind heart. He used the physical pain of tattoos and piercings to mask his emotions coursing through him. His friendship with Hadley was his saving grace from the demons of this past. Their bond was forged in the most unlikely of circumstances and withstood all that they had been put through- until one night changed everything. Oh my heart ached for them both- so unsteady and just lost without the other.
I didn't expect the dangerous twist this book took but thank goodness it did. It forced Josh's hand and made him come to terms with everything that had been going wrong. From his music to his relationship with Hadley. They were both so much of who he was that when one was off the rest of him was too. And as his heart healed the music just poured out of him. It was beautiful to read and I could hear it in my ears- the songs of his life, of his soul.
The Debt is original and heartfelt. The characters are realistic and wonderful in their humanness. Josh and Hadley's story was far from perfect but it was theirs and they owned every broken piece of it. Tyler King has a lot to be proud of with her debut release and I'm looking forward to see more from her in the future.