Eternal on the Water
Publish date: April 1st 2010
Publisher: Center Point
Pages no: 487
Edition language: English
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, Adult Fiction
, Realistic Fiction
I wasn't expecting to like this book. I got an advance reader copy but didn't remember signing up to receive this particular book. When I got it, I read the back and thought "Eh, whatever." Today, I ran out of things to read and I picked it back up and read it straight through. I fell in love wi...
When I requested this from the library I somehow missed the fact that it's a "contemporary romance." A little too sappy for my tastes. Think "Nicholas Sparks Goes to the Woods." I probably would have liked it when I was much younger.
Cobb and Mary. From the second they meet each other they know they are destined to be together. They really are quite perfect to each other; both teachers, both passionate about something and at the moment they meet, both going to the same direction.The story begins by foreshadowing what is going to...
This book shines a light on true love and the courage necessary to face life and death.It is a beautiful but tragic tale, described as a love story by the author. For me, it was more than that. It was a journey about survival, about facing life threatening challenges, about dealing with impending do...
From the beginning we know how this is going to end but that only made me want to read the book even more. I really was shocked and surprised by the final events, but i suppose this is natural. Both Mary and Cobb are very interesing and strong characters and the outdoors descriptions are just splend...
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