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For All The Evers by [Anastasia, Debra]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2448 KB
  • Print Length: 354 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MSJV24C
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #85,510 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I loved Debra Anastasia's Poughkeepsie. I thought it was unique and well written. So I had high hopes that this book would be no different.
Whilst I found the storyline to be incredibly unique, to the point that I had to know how things concluded, that I'm afraid is where it ended for me.
It was the main character, Fallen Billow, where I started to have my doubts about this book. Her personality appeared too naive, obsessive to the point of annoyance and generally just weak, especially when it came to the character, Lad Orbit.
Lad was an awfully brilliant creation, but the way Fallen handled him was just not believable enough for my liking. For me, she had so much at stake, but to let him get away with the things he was doing, and that there were so many other options open to her which should have been obvious to her, just irritated me and didn't make me fall in love with her character at all. She also handled her alcoholic mother with the same lack of courage. There just seemed to be very little fight in her and for someone who has had a pretty tough life, when all is said and done, I expected someone with a tonne of fight in her.
The story itself read very much like a list for a large portion of the book. This paragraph, I think, explains what I mean:- ***Fallen excused herself and left soon after. Fenn’s ride was just pulling up as she stuck her key in the door at home. He looked exhausted. They had cereal for dinner and watched their favourite competition show before going to bed*** I found that this particular style of writing showed very little feeling in not only the story's execution, but also with the characters, who gave me very little emotion and for a book that was based around Thomas McHugh, a soldier fighting for his country.
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For All the Evers by Debra Anastasia
5 stars!!!

“Love perseveres. Even if you burn it to the ground.”

Debra Anastasia certainly brings her ‘A’ Game with For All the Evers. I absolutely adored her Poughkeepsie series and it was great to see her return to the more serious side of her writing. For me, this is where she excels and not only does she deliver an original, gripping story but one that was intense, heartfelt, emotional and stunningly written.

“My mind has no say in my love for you. My heart is a serious bully, and she’s determined.”

Thomas F McHugh is actually Debra Anastasia’s uncle and while he is forever immortalised for his bravery, he was a young soldier that never had the chance to have a family of his own. He succumbed to war before he had the chance to find love, get married and have a family, so in honour of his memory Debra Anastasia gives him a memorable romance. It may be fiction, but it was stunningly beautiful, heart wrenching and worthy of a purple heart recipient.

Fallen Billow is a woman struggling to raise her brother while trying to fend off the unwanted selfishness of an alcoholic mother. A mother who has deserted her kids, yet turns up regularly like a bad penny inciting more destitution and heart ache. Fallen lands a job at a hotel as a chamber maid and it is up to her to keep the fifth-floor spick and span and ready for guests. Room 514 is never occupied but needs to be cleaned daily. It seems that this room has been immortalised for the owner’s parents.
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Reviewed by Sharon Thérèse

I truly had no idea what to expect from this read and all I can say is the author left me speechless. In fact, if I were you, I wouldn’t read the synopsis. She’ll take you on a mystical journey like no other you’ve been on. Her extraordinary ability to pull the reader in from the first page and make you want to turn the next and the next and the next remains unparalleled. The plot is a fascinating one. Her characters I loved to hate and others made me come undone. Yes, man-sized hankies are a must here since this story of forever and ever love touches one’s very soul. She kept me on edge throughout so much so that I needed to take a break and even then, I couldn’t stop thinking about the two protagonists’ dilemma. And ooh boy, what a dilemma it is! You ma’am, made me lose sleep over these lovebirds!

For All the Evers couldn’t have a more apt title. For me, it conjured up a story that has no ending. Ah. . . does it have one though? You’ll have to wait and see because while you’re reading, it's not only Fallen and Thomas’ surroundings that come alive. I can assure you that this reader never could have envisaged such beautiful scenes in every sense of the word. Their story; their lifetime and lifeline, made me smile and cry at the same time. I was given no option but to root for two of the most awe-inspiring characters who at the author’s hand, made me feel like I was alongside them. And I can’t thank her enough for giving me this pleasure.

Fallen. Gosh. . . how on earth can I begin to tell you how I felt about her. Firstly, her nature is selflessly caring and the humblest of all heroines I have yet to meet. She takes no credit; she survives by doing her best.
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