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    I liked the sound of this however I was concerned it might sound good but fall flat however that could not be further from the reality. This is a truly beautiful and engaging read featuring two memorable characters. Callie and Joel are both such gorgeous characters and I loved reading each of their perspectives equally. They both have interesting backgrounds, Joel more than Callie and the gradual attraction between them both is so compelling to read. This book is somehow both heartbreaking and heartwarming and I loved every word of it.
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    Pure Joy!

    Holly Miller has become one of my new favourite authors! I'm so pleased that this book caught my eye and I was delighted to be given the opportunity to read an advanced review copy in staves via The Pigeonhole. This wonderful début is a truly beautiful story. Callie and Joel meet one day at the coffee shop where Callie works, and they bond over the double espressos and drømmekage (Danish 'dream cake'). They fall deeply in love but Joel has a gift, or a curse, depending on your point of view - he has the ability to dream about those he loves and in those dreams he sees their futures. When he dreams about Callie one night, he must decide whether to let her go so she can live a full life before her fate, as foreseen by Joel, puts in its appearance. As soon as I began reading The Sight of You I knew it was going to pull at my heartstrings. Told by Joel and Callie in alternating chapters there wasn't anything in this novel to dislike. Both Joel and Callie were lovely, selfless people and a part of me wished I could have been in the story, too, maybe as a customer at the coffee shop, but unknown to Joel! Holly Miller's writing was truly magical in the way she portrayed all manner of moods and emotional states. I became rather smitten with all of the characters in the story and wanted nothing but great things for each of them. I also appreciated all of the descriptions of nature dotted throughout and how they played such an integral role in many pivotal scenes. The themes of family, friendship and love were powerful and evocative too. The Sight of You is rich in emotion, a truly outstanding début, and I cannot wait to see what Holly Miller writes next. A fabulously wonderful romance that is not all hearts and flowers. Thank you to Holly Miller and Pigeonhole for the opportunity to read this book. This review is my unbiased opinion.

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