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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Great read.

I loved this story. It had great characters and it flowed really well. I also liked the way the writer made the characters imperfect. MS is a hard disease and this story made me feel better about myself and hopefully will help others see what we go through. Can't wa...
I loved this story. It had great characters and it flowed really well. I also liked the way the writer made the characters imperfect. MS is a hard disease and this story made me feel better about myself and hopefully will help others see what we go through. Can't wait for book two.

posted by CRUZJRMRS on October 6, 2012

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Read the sample

The plot was fine, but the quality of writing was terrible. It felt like it was written by a teenager, or something. I only made it about halfway through the thousand page book. I just couldn't get into it.

posted by 6932282 on October 15, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2013

    Post-script to Drivel

    I forgot to mention something else that bothered me. Stephanie has 2nd & 3rd degree burns on her arms & torso, but the author seems to be unaware that 3rd degee burns result in nerve damage, meaning no more feeling in those areas, & if I'm not mistaken, the necessity for skin grafts. Writers, please do your research. It's not hard; most things can be found on the internet now.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2013

    Really?

    Ok this book is really really long - over 1000 pgs and that's
    not including book 2. I was interested at first BUT everything bad that could happen to 2 people did happen. Getting shot, burned, beaten and stalked was only the beginning. The whole issue of having MS and it being treated as some kind of vulgar disease is slap in the face for those who actually live w/ this disease. And the constant emotional roller coaster that these 2 were on was exhausting. There were enough tears in this book by both characters to fill a lake. And despite all the numerous times the 2 characters spoke of their burning love for one another - I didn't feel their connection. There were merely words on paper that reapted over and over again It was as if the author actually included every possible lover-lost-and-found scenario ever written. This book was just too much! When I read a work of fiction I like to think that the scenarios could happen in the real world but this book was just a completly unbelievable, long, exhausting work of fiction.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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