Little Voices by Vanessa Lillie Review

What a fantastic debut novel by Vanessa Lillie! I'm impressed by how well-developed the characters were, more particularly Devon. As the story progress, the reader gets to learn more about what makes her the way she is as well as the voice in her head. Is it only her internal thoughts or is there something more to it?

Little Voices is the kind of book where you think you have things figured out and the author surprises you with every turn of the page. I couldn't put it down! It's easily one of my favorites this year!

One thing I particularly connected to was the highlight of postpartum depression. As a mother myself, I have gone through this challenging time and live all the ups and downs of motherhood. Postpartum depression is still a somewhat taboo subject in today's society and I feel like it would be beneficial for mothers to feel confident in reaching out for help if they struggle with PPD.

This title is available now, so hurry up and grab yourself a copy and cozy up with it over the weekend! Thank you to Amazon Publishing and Thomas & Mercer for my gifted copy.

My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Here's a quick synopsis:
The voice in her head says he’s guilty. She knows he’s innocent.

Devon Burges is in the throes of a high-risk birth when she learns of her dear friend’s murder. The police quickly name another friend as the chief suspect, but Devon doesn’t buy it—and despite her difficult recovery, she decides to investigate.

Haunted by postpartum problems that manifest as a cruel voice in her head, Devon is barely getting by. Yet her instincts are still sharp, and she’s bent on proving her friend’s innocence.

But as Devon digs into the evidence, the voice in her head grows more insistent, the danger more intense. Each layer is darker, more disturbing, and she’s not sure she—or her baby—can survive what lies at the truth. (Reference : Goodreads)

Happy reading,

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