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The Tree of Everlasting Knowledge (Liberty Series Book 5) by [Nolfi, Christine]
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The Tree of Everlasting Knowledge (Liberty Series Book 5) Kindle Edition

4.8 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
Book 5 of 5 in The Liberty Series (5 Book Series)

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About the Author

Award-winning author Christine Nolfi provides readers with heartwarming and inspiring fiction. Her 2011 debut Treasure Me is a Next Generation Indie Awards finalist. The Midwest Book Review lists many of her novels as "highly recommended" and her books have enjoyed bestseller status. Look for Sweet Lake, book 1 of her new series, in February 2017. Visit her at www.christinenolfi.com

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2293 KB
  • Print Length: 314 pages
  • Publisher: Christine Nolfi; 2 edition (4 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007IO78QK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #133,098 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
Christine Nolfi, what can I say! This is the third book I have read written by Christine. I have one more left to read, I hope she's working on more books, as I don't think she can write fast enough for me now. After discovering her with reading Second Hand Grill, I moved on to another one of her books, then another. Each book is very different, but with one thing most in common, it sucks you in until everything around you doesn't exist, and let me tell you, I needed that. I was suffering the entire week with toothache, this was the only thing that took my mind off of the pain for a while.

I don't like giving spoilers for possible readers, I don't think its fair on the author or the reader. I can honestly say that you won't be disappointed with this read.

Ouriania is one of the main characters, I really loved her, she was loving, kind and so grew to love the children she was fostering, she worked hard. Knowing the Boss from of old kept her in a awkward position, then learning of secrets that she should inform her boss off made me wonder if she was doing the right thing, but I could see the author was right in allowing this to happen.

The conclusion of the book left me with my mouth open, I really didn't see the ending coming and how it all rounded up, amazing. I've very enthusiastic about this book, and cannot 'gush' more that I am!!!

***This book was gifted to me from the author for an honest review**
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Omg what an absolutely fantastic book. This is my third book by Christine. As much as I loved all 3 this is my favourite.
There is so much more to this book than what the description said.Twice while reading this book I found myself putting down my kindle & thinking I can't read anymore. I was so involved with the characters I was afraid of what was going to happen next. After the second time I put my kindle down I txt my reading buddy Sue & told her what this book was doing to me. I've got a feeling she will be reading this soon.
Reading is my passion. I'm on lots of Facebook pages where they recommend books that put you through so many emotions. None I've read lately have done that to me until I read this book. Read it. You won't be disappointed.
I am so proud & privileged that this fantastic author allowed me to read this book in return for an honest review.
I've only one more book left to read of hers so I hope she is busy writing another fantastic read.
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The Fagan Orchard has always been the central figure in Lincoln, Ohio. Families have for generations worked at the orchard. Along with the orchard came The Great Oak. Many thought it to be the oldest tree in Ohio. Some wonderful events took place under The Great Oak and some not so wonderful events took place there too. The town is small and everyone knows everyone there. It wasn't a surprise when Ourania showed up at construction of the new wing on the Fagan mansion. Ourania was the only female electrical company in the area. She needed this job to decrease the debt of her company. Troy Fagan was not a fan of Ourania's. They'd fought since grade school. Except for one night beneath The Great Oak. Ourania's mother, the director of the Jobs & Family office, insisted all of her children become foster parents at the age of 30. That's how Walt and Emma came into her life. She was their foster mother. Events from the past would tie with present day events to wind the roots of The Great Oak tree through several families lives. A startling surprise makes the earth shake for Troy and Ourania. This was something neither could have foreseen.

This book is wonderfully written and speaks directly to the heart. If you can read this and not cry or feel anger, you aren't human. The characters are full and richly developed. I recommend this story of love, loss, hurt and forgiveness. This book takes you through the lives of three families and the twists and turns that occurs over two generations. It's beautiful, heartbreaking and such a terrific message. Christine Nolfi knows how to sensitively present information and blend a story so tenderly you don't realize you're still reading a work of fiction.

I found no issues here.

I gave this one 5 out of 5 books because the story touch my heart in so many ways.
~Copy of book provided by author in exchange for a fair review~
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I give 4-4.5 stars to The Tree of Everlasting Knowledge by Christine Nolfi, a story of contemporary--perhaps with a hint of literary--fiction. The Tree of Everlasting Knowledge has so much in it to read for. Christine layers on multiple storylines, each weaving closer to each other and building to a thrilling ending.

Her novel follows two main characters who are connected by a tragedy in their past, two people trying to move forward, but ever reminded of what's happened. Ourania is contracted by Troy Fagan for a renovation of the family's mansion. Ourania's mother, Lianna, thrusts two in-need siblings under her wing for emergency foster care because Emma and Walt's surviving parent, Buck, has mistreated them. Troy is a man who's lost his brother, who's had a secret past with Ourania, and he hasn't spoken to her for years because of their past. Now they're working together and things only get stickier.

Things unravel--Ourania struggles to cope with Emma and Walt, Troy's under pressure at the mansion with construction--until Ourania and Troy unwittingly realise there's still passion between them. Ourania grows closer to the children, but issues continue to arise between her and Troy. Tension also rises from Buck's threats, Ourania's struggle to cope with her job, the children's needs, and her growing feelings for Troy.

When things come together, it's a heart-pumping race to the finish.

The Tree of Everlasting Knowledge shows the heart-breaking story of two siblings who've been mistreated and scarred. I grew to love these children and it was obvious that Christine writes with honesty. This is what makes empathising with them an inevitable journey. Ourania and Troy are two strong-willed people that have a bond beyond physical and romantic nature.
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