I miss him so much, but it’s confusing, because I missed him long before he was dead, and that’s the bitch of it all. I missed him long before he was dead.
I’ve actually had this for a long time but put off reading it because I had so many other pending books. Finally, I decided to open it, since what the heck, it’s only 300+ pages long and I wanted a quick read.
I started this book expecting a light read but boy was I wrong. This book left me in such an emotional turmoil I’m not even sure I’ve recovered enough to write a proper review. I’ve read a lot of books throughout my life but never have I been this affected by a book, much less by a stand-alone with less than 400 pages. Reading Vera Dietz was such an experience. It was painful to read, painful in an excruciatingly good way.
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