An extremely thought provoking read.
Death Wish by Linda Huber had me hooked within the first few pages and I was fascinated with how the characters told their story. I did feel like I was spying and looking in on how the events would unfold.
With such an array of emotive subjects that had me questioning how I would deal with them, if I was in a similar situation.
I absolutely adored Joya and her point of view was portrayed extremely well throughout the book.
We watch the dilemma's unfold from both sides of the neighbours wall, how they get tangled in their own and each others lives, with Joya being the perfect thread to tie them together.
Linda packed many themes within the pages of Death Wish, but made it an easy read to follow. With family being at the core, and how to deal with what you are given in life, through choice or design.
An extremely clever read, with tension, I have read Linda's previous book Baby Dear and am looking forward to more clever reads with morality threaded through. I do love a book that leaves you thinking.