Hoffman does it again! Remember His Name picks up with a new story following the painful life of empath Wren.
Wren endures ridicule and abuse for most of his life-never feeling wanted, much less understood. Still, his compassion and kindness are ever present, even with darkness all around him. After experiencing much loss, will he find happiness or will he make the ultimate sacrifice?
Although Hoffman’s books can be difficult to read with the many dark elements, there are always just enough little elements of light and happiness to keep you going. The suspense woven into the story keeps you turning the pages on this one too. I felt it all in this one, anger, sorrow, hope, and angst—I cried a few times. As with the first book, we’ll developed, likable characters and gripping storyline. I’m yearning for a third book (I hope there is one the works) to see how this saga may resolve!