***I received this ebook in exchange for an honest review and participation in the virtual book tour presented by Bewitching Book Tours.
Amazon Product Description:
“It’s a good day to die.” My mother holds my arm fiercely. “But as you grieve for me, listen for the voices. Then, you must get the ink.”
Sparrow stumbles between two worlds, light and dark, love and ate, what is real and what is in her mind. When her mother dies on the Reservation, Sparrow’s world is shadowed with anger and narrowed by pain. The voices arrive, but are they real? And how can a tattoo make her stronger?
This is a whole lot of book in not a lot of pages. The story is short, 80 pages, but is PACKED with powerful ideas, emotions, and images. It questions the meaning of life. I finished the story wishing it had been longer and hoping for the sequel.
The story tells of Sparrow's struggle, a struggle many people live every day. The struggle with your inner demon. That voice that tells you that you aren't quite as much as you could or should be. The expectations of life and the people in it can be overpowering and all consuming, and this small, short story addresses that in a way that leaves the reader feeling empowered and ready to take control of life.
The author addresses and validates survivor guilt. She talks about cutting as a form of pain release without judgement or scorn. She tells a story of choices and how hard it can be to make them. I enjoyed the story and can't wait to get my hands on the next one.
You can buy the kindle version HERE.
You can check out my tour post and author guest post HERE.