The author, who has been called a “Rebel” and a “Radical”, is excited to see it hit the shelves:
“This book means a lot to me,” he said. “It’s personal; it’s based on my own personal experiences and emotions. I put my heart and soul into it. And I think that will show. I think it will have a profound effect on anyone who reads it.”
The Little Voice has, in fact, had a profound effect on reviewers. Buzzfeed called it “Remarkable”, The Huffington Post said it was “The most thought-provoking novel of 2016”, and The Canary called it a “Masterclass”.
“The Little Voice is radical, to say the least. But Sheldon’s style is warm, almost whimsical at times, and this means that even the most politically uninitiated reader will understand what he’s trying to say.”
Responding to those reviews, Sheldon was in a buoyant mood:
“It’s a good book,” he continued. “Perhaps it’s a great book. I don’t know. I just feel that there are questions which need to be asked; questions about or society; about the way we are raised, moulded, used. This novel asks those questions. It challenges all the little things we never question; things we just take for granted. I think it will make people think.”
The Little Voice is available at all good booksellers now.
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