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Seventeen-year-old Lochan and sixteen-year-old Maya have always felt more like friends than siblings. Together they have stepped in for their alcoholic, wayward mother to take care of their three younger siblings. As de facto parents to the little ones, Lochan and Maya have had to grow up fast. And the stress of their lives—and the way they understand each other so completely—has also brought them closer than two siblings would ordinarily be. So close, in fact, that they have fallen in love. Their clandestine romance quickly blooms into deep, desperate love. They know their relationship is wrong and cannot possibly continue. And yet, they cannot stop what feels so incredibly right. As the novel careens toward an explosive and shocking finale, only one thing is certain: A love this devastating has no happy ending.

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Tabitha Suzuma was born in London, the eldest of five children. She attended a French school in the UK and grew up bilingual. However, she hated school and would sit at the back of the class and write stories, which she got away with because her teachers thought she was taking notes. Aged fourteen, Tabitha left school against her parents' wishes. She continued her education through distance learning and went on to study French Literature at King's College London.
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“You can close your eyes to the things you do not want to see, but you cannot close your heart to the things you do not want to feel.”

“I mean, at the end of the day, what the hell does it matter who I end up with if it can't be you?”

“At the end of the day it's about how much you can bear, how much you can endure. Being together, we harm nobody; being apart, we extinguish ourselves.”

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Violet wrote: 'It literally feels like an honor that you accepted my friend request. I'll be thoroughly glad if you consider answering one of the questions I've asked about the book.'
Of course! But I’m struggling to find your question. I’m new to the Goodreads phone app and only just learning how to navigate this site on it!


Shelley wrote: 'Hey Tabitha! Thanks so much for accepting my friend request! I love Forbidden! I read it all in one day and it was just so emotional! Beautiful writing! :)'
I’m so glad! Thank you so much for taking the time to tell me! 😊


It literally feels like an honor that you accepted my friend request. I'll be thoroughly glad if you consider answering one of the questions I've asked about the book.


Hey Tabitha! Thanks so much for accepting my friend request! I love Forbidden! I read it all in one day and it was just so emotional! Beautiful writing! :)




Hi Tabitha! Thank you for being my friend. I read Forbidden a couple days ago and I still am crying. I love Forbidden! I can't wait to read more from you. Dianne


Tabitha wrote: 'I always intended to write a third but unfortunately my publishers weren't interested. :(
Mikko wrote: 'Hi! A Voice in the Distance was amazing! Is there going to be a sequel to it? I really hope ...'

did the third resolve the ending from the second?


I always intended to write a third but unfortunately my publishers weren't interested. :(
Mikko wrote: 'Hi! A Voice in the Distance was amazing! Is there going to be a sequel to it? I really hope so, *wishful thinking! I love all your books, you're amazing author! More power! :)'


Glad you enjoyed it! Afraid the series is something Goodreads decided to make up!
Stephanie wrote: 'Hi, Tabitha! I just wanted to say I absolutely loved Forbidden. I read it in a few hours because I couldn't put it down. What is this about a series that Goodreads has mentioned?'

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Pleasure. Glad it moved you! :)
Thanks for accepting my friend request, Tabitha! I recently read 'Forbidden', and let me say that not many writers could have been able to write about such a controversial issue with your exquisite gentleness. I loved it, despite its bitter end! :( I'll definitely check your other works out! x


Hi, Tabitha! I just wanted to say I absolutely loved Forbidden. I read it in a few hours because I couldn't put it down. What is this about a series that Goodreads has mentioned?


Hi! A Voice in the Distance was amazing! Is there going to be a sequel to it? I really hope so, *wishful thinking! I love all your books, you're amazing author! More power! :)


Hi Tabitha, thanks very much for accepting my friend request! Forbidden is one of my favourite books :)


Tabitha i really loved forbidden one of my fav books




Hey Tabitha!! Thanks for accepting my friend request! It's cool to have you on here and we are friends on FB as well. I just wanna talk you once again how much I enjoyed Forbidden, albeit I've never cried so hard in my life...or at least not over a book. It was beautiful as well as heartbreaking! Can't wait to read your other books! :)


Thank you so much for accepting me! Forbidden is #1 on my wishlist. I really can't wait to read it, it sounds so haunting and unique.


Tabitha,
I am honored that you chose the song that I suggested on FB. 'Forbidden' is one of those soul altering books that I will carry with me always...


Tabitha wrote: 'Hi Zacai,
Many thanks for your kind message. I'm so glad A Note of Madness was able to help you in some way. I'm so glad you are feeling better now.
Have you read the sequel - A Voice in the Dist...'

I have just finished reading Forbidden.
Wow.
Such a taboo subject. You put such an interesting and sensitive light on the subject. I think you are really brave for writing a story based on a controversial issue such as 'incest'/ inter-family couples. Blew my mind.
Yes, i have read 'A voice in the distance'. I loved it. I think i did prefer the first book as i could relate more to Flynn than his girlfriend and i felt as though it was slightly more focused on her in the second book. It was cool to see the whole situation through another pair of eyes though. Awesome book.
I was wondering if i could ask you a question: Since you have the experience of being a mixed-race person (assuming that you also 'identify' as one) Why do you always create white characters?
Of course, there isn't anything wrong with this, but most british authors seem to do the same and it would be really cool to read about a teenager/young adult of slightly different experience. (Obviously, Flynn is both)
I'm not sure if you find this relevant as i understand your stories are often based on deep, emotional situations and even if you were to write in a ... let us say ... japanese character - it would not make that much, if any, difference to the actual story line.
I just think that you are such an amazing author and you have this startling ability to change points of view .. if anybody was going to write a powerful story about culture clash or identity, i know that you would do it the best !
However, just portraying a mixed-raced/person of colour as an average teenager with problems unrelated to their heritage would be even better. It would help challenge many misconceptions/stereotypes of ethnic teenagers in the UK.
I hope you understand what i mean.
No matter what ethnicity your characters are, i will always love your work anyway.
Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou for all of your books. But especially A Note Of Madness.
You are my favorite author.
Cannot wait to read whatever you create next!
Zacai.


Vicki wrote: 'Hello,
Thank you for adding me. I finished Forbidden two days ago. I keep trying to talk about it. I start sentences and leave them unfinished because I don't have an adequate adjective. Hollowing ...'

Hi Vicki,
Thank you so much for your lovely message. I am so glad Forbidden had a strong impact on you. It was a pretty harrowing book to write, to be honest, and I more or less sobbed my way through the final chapters myself!
None of my books have been published in the US yet. However, Forbidden comes out at the end of June. Depending on its reception, my US publishers might then publish my previous books.
However you should be able to get all of them online with free worldwide shipping from The Book Depository:
http://www.bookdepository.co.uk/searc...
I look forward to reading your review!


Hello,
Thank you for adding me. I finished Forbidden two days ago. I keep trying to talk about it. I start sentences and leave them unfinished because I don't have an adequate adjective. Hollowing is close, but I may mean hallowing. Shattering is a close second.
You have written a very very important book. Thank you for it. I am only beginning to process the impact it has had on me as both a human being and a writer. I hope to have a full review out within the week.
Your books are very hard to find here in the US. I very much want to read A Note of Madness but cannot currently locate a copy. It will be worth the wait, though, I'm sure.
-Vicki Keire


Hi Tabitha - Thank you for your friendship.
Please visit my website http://www.peteradarkenedfairytale.co.uk
to view a sample page and many other snippets about the book.
Expected release date late Jan.
Best wishes, William


Hi Zacai,
Many thanks for your kind message. I'm so glad A Note of Madness was able to help you in some way. I'm so glad you are feeling better now.
Have you read the sequel - A Voice in the Distance?
Take care and thanks again. :)


Hi Tabitha, i think you are amazing !
Ive read A Note Of Madness atleast five times in the past 6 months, i cannot begin to describe how much it helped me to understand my own clinical depression and not feel like i was struggling with it alone.
I am now feeling much better but i still love this book.
Thankyou!


You're welcome, Jasmine and Petra. Thanks for reading!


Thanks for adding me! I read your book Forbidden, and I really love your descriptive style. It's stunning. :)




Thanks for the friend invite. Forbidden is one of the most amazing books I have ever read.


Pleasure Tina! Thanks for recommending it and for joining the discussion group!


Thanks for the friend request! I adore your book Forbidden and can't wait to own your entire collection!




Thank you for the friend request. I absolutely loved your book Forbidden!
arlene...

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