Just Live, Juliette! (Home Series #1)

Just Live, Juliette! (Home Series #1)

by Stephanie Andrassy

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BN ID: 2940044561656
Publisher: Stephanie Andrassy
Publication date: 05/28/2013
Series: Home , #2
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Stephanie Andrassy is the coffeeholic author of Noble Lies, a fantasy romance, as well as the paranormal romance Home Series which begins with the free short story, The White Peacock. This four-book supernatural series includes: Just Live, Juliette! (Home Series #1), Rocks Don’t Cry (Home Series #2), Rhapsody in Red (Home Series #3), and Always and Evermore (Home Series #4) . She holds a B.A. from the University of Guelph and presently resides in southern Ontario, Canada with her family. An avid reader of romance, fantasy, drama, women's literature, suspense, and non-fiction; she’s been writing for her own personal pleasure since she was a child—a lifelong love affair with the written word.

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Just Live, Juliette! 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting take on life.
SJCatlady More than 1 year ago
471 pages. The first chapter is her free book, so I don't know why they are calling this book 2. But it doesn't matter.  This book was so good!  There were some slow spots and it did seem to drag some, but you'll want to read it all.  There are little clues thoughout and everything means something down the road, so I would advise not skipping any pages.  The story really had me thinking.  It made a lot of sense whether you believe it or not.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyed reading this, bit I have to say the italics for speach were distracting.
Faye64 More than 1 year ago
I Liked "Just Live, Juliette" by Stephanie Andrassy. The characters were very realistic. This story definitely gives you a new way of thinking about life, love and friendships. What an Amazing book. I would highly recommend this book for everyone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow! The most unique thing I have read in a while! Also very well written. I couldn't put it down. Complex relationships both in the her and now and the hereafter--give it a try!
BruceWayne2013 More than 1 year ago
I loved this amazing story. It drew me in, and I found myself not just reading the story, but living inside of the story. The characters, the plot, and the setting all work perfectly together. This is beautifully written and heart warming. There aren't many books that I read multiple times. I will definitely read this again.
lenores_dream More than 1 year ago
The world Stephanie created was really well thought out and really a great place to hope to find one day. The great thing about this world, in my opinion, is that it left "no stone unturned" there was no, "but wait, what about.." or "that makes no sense because..." so job well done there. I did however have an overall issue with the writing style. I would have much preferred less telling and more showing. Don't tell me he was angry. Show me he was angry in body language, facial expressions, etc. I actually started to get annoyed the more i was told and not shown as this really pulled me out of the story at times. Also, at times the story dragged on a bit. There were a lot of extraneous details that could have been left out. It felt like a first book by a new author that feels the need to give every single detail that happens as she saw it and then wrote about it. However the more detail you give about how she walked to the car, opened the door, sat in the car, pulled the door shut, buckled the seat belt, etc, etc it really just drags on and again pulls the reader completely out of the story. i actually had jumped about 50 pages because i couldn't deal with it any longer. But luckily i came to an interesting scene and i had to know what happened so i went back and started back where i had left off. The characters are kind of a 50/50 deal for me. Some characters were amazingly awesome and i wanted more of them. I wanted to climb into that world and hug them and not let go. Then there were characters like Miles that really had me half loving him and half wanted to reach in the book and knock him out cold. **spoiler alert ahead** Another issue i had was with the reason why they wanted the secret kept. All that drama and pain was because they wanted to see what couple would get together first? i understand the whole "they'll get their wisdom and forgive each other eventually" but it just really seemed like such a poor excuse for letting them suffer all that time (Miles went for 2 years, even dragging his sister into the hell of it, of trying to figure out why his brother had killed them. but all along it was Julliette he was missing and NOT the brother thing? I just really felt like it wasn't good enough reason for the friends (tim and Kevin) that were full wisdom to sit back and watch their friends suffer so much. no matter what pact they held them to. at some point you have to say, "enough. you're suffering too much" and damn the consequences of the really immature game of "which couple gets together first" and "we don't want to know anything because we want to see who gets together first." sadly, due to the amateur writing style and the issues detailed above i will not be seeking out the rest of the series as i had forced myself through this novel just to see how it all panned out. i don't foresee myself being able to push through another. i wish the author well in her future writing endeavors and thank her for creating Home for us all to hope to one day find.