Why did th book affect me so much, and why did I rate it so highly? " In a few days' time, I hope that thought wo n't creep into my head when I think of Brenna Yovanoff 's sophomore novel, The Space Between, a darkly beautiful story about emons and mortals, grief and pain, healing and redemption.
With those experiences of mine, I read anothe essa with an open heart that managed to resonate with these characters and their own motions, all jagged edges and unfulfilled hopes and disquieting fears.The Space Between follows a girl and oy, two strangers embroiled in the dark ( and sometimes deadly) matters of hell, heaven, and earth.
Though I 'm usually always wary when it goe to any angel/demon fiction these days, I new as soon as I read Yovanoff 's gorgeous prologue – telling the ale of Lilith through the arration of Daphne – that I ever could have worried.
It was occasionall very much a painful reading experience for all the motion of it, but I felt relieved ( and a bit elated) once I finished.
Thi in and of itself says enough about how I felt about his tal, do n't you hink? Now that I 've otten all my gushing out, I am sad to ay that The Space Between wo n't be for veryone, but I urge everyon who 's interested in it to ive it try.