‘If there’s doubt, I can’t help but worry. It’s life or death. It’s not as simple as the flip of a coin.’
Stephanie dreams of being accepted into art school but questions her talent. She has a major crush on the hottest boy in school and is desperate for him to notice her. But when Steph’s mother unexpectantly becomes ill, Steph meets Richard and feels an instant attraction, but he is damaged and finds it difficult to share the events surrounding his brother’s death.
Steph struggles to work through the complexities of life, love, and death. She becomes increasingly obsessed with helping her mother before it’s too late. When things spin out of control, she thinks she’s going crazy …
Living Voice is a compelling page-turner that personalises and dramatises the important issue of organ donation in a very readable, resonant style – Stephen Measday – Author
Living Voice focuses on the important issues of organ donation and transplantation without overloading it with too much information – Julie Edwards, Transplant Australia
Overall, an excellent way to introduce a difficult subject in a sensitive way. – Dr Robert Brooks
All proceeds from the sale of the book Living Voice on the Living Voice website go to the not-for-profit organisation Living Voice – Teen Organ Donor Awareness.
This book is a must for all school libraries.