Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma, book review. a story that shatters barriers

You see a picture with the quote: "You can close your eyes to the things you do not want to see", The eyes close and the image fades into a beating heart. The second part of the quote says. "but you cannot close your heart to the things you do not want to feel."

Title: Forbidden
Author: Tabitha Suzuma.
Genre: YA. We recommend it to people over 17.
Paperback: 464 pages.
Published for the first time In UK.
This book can be read in the following languages: English UK and US, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Danish, Greek,, Thai, Hungarian and Slovakian.

“But – but we’re not supposed to do this – to love each other like this!”

I don’t even know how to start this review. There are so many feelings, questions, thoughts…
Forbidden is a really well written book about an Impossible love, parental neglect, friendship, family… but it’s dark. There’s no false hope that it will end well.

Tabitha Suzuma made me love the main characters, the kids, the setting, the plot… Then it shattered my heart.
How can you fix a broken heart?
You can’t.

This book Isn’t for everyone, and I think that the best age for readers is 17-18. I don’t say that teens can’t read it, they are Amazing, bright, smart… but it takes a lot of mental strength and acceptance to read Forbidden. Why?
Because this book is about a taboo subject.

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