Review by Norma: Void by David Staniforth

VoidVoid by David Staniforth

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

4.5 stars!

Thank you so much to David Staniforth for providing me a copy of this book.

VOID by DAVID STANIFORTH is an interesting, moving, unique, and a suspenseful mystery/thriller that I thought was an absolutely fascinating look into a psychological journey of discovery from our main character’s perspective through the help of journal entries and song.

The author does suggest that you listen to the lyrics of the songs that are mentioned within the book to enhance the journey you take with the main character but I didn’t end up listening to the songs and I was still able to enjoy and connect to the narrative and the atmosphere through the author’s descriptive and expressive writing style.

What really grabbed my attention when I first noticed this book on my feed was that great cover and the title which I thought were absolutely perfect and very fitting to this story!

DAVID STANIFORTH delivers a well-written and slow-burning read here where the story builds up slowly but in a way that grabs your attention right from the very beginning.

To sum it all up it was an extremely entertaining, refreshing, interesting, and steady-paced read with an ending that left me feeling totally satisfied. Highly recommend!!


2 thoughts on “Review by Norma: Void by David Staniforth”

  1. Thank you so much, Christine! I can really see why you enjoyed this one so much! I thought it was very unique too although I didn’t listen to the songs while I was reading it I was still able to get the feel of the emotions through the authors great writing! 🙂


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