Megan's Way

Megan's Way

by Melissa Foster
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Megan's Way 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 71 reviews.
mjstarkey3 More than 1 year ago
Beautifully written. A great book about love, faith and friendship. I look forward to her next book.
Jean Carrera More than 1 year ago
What a wonderful and sad story all in one. I laughed and cried reading it. This is a MUST read book!
Write_On More than 1 year ago
I really like the way Melissa Foster writes. From the beginning the characters surround you, bringing you into a world that could very well be your own. The mother/daughter bond is a theme explored through all of its permutations in this story. Nothing challenges this more than dealing with the terrible reality of the return of Megan's cancer and her struggle to protect Olivia, her fourteen-year-old daughter. The supporting cast of Megan's close friends brings humor, pathos, and completely unexpected surprises as the intricacies of those relationships are revealed. Megan's Way is a story that is insightful, thought-provoking, and a page-turner you won't want to miss.
JackieBCentralTexasJB More than 1 year ago
There are many reasons to keep secrets, some are for the love of a friend or family member you do not wish to see hurt emotionally if the secret was revealed. Some secrets are kept inside because they are too painful to be shared for any reason. In this book there are secrets revealed and secrets kept. The story is about Megan Taylor, her daughter Olivia, her friends Holly-Jack and Peter and the love they all share for one another and the secrets they all keep from one another. I can truly say that this was a book that swept me up into it's pages and kept me reading until I was done the night of the day I started it. The emotional connections that Megan, Olivia, Holly, Jack and Peter shared were part of the allure but the main draw for me was the absolute unshakeable love between Megan and her daughter Olivia. This was a hard read for me, it had me bawling my eyes out for most of the book because it was so hard to follow along on Megan's journey to saying goodbye to her daughter. It was so hard to see how very scared Megan was and how hard she searched her soul for the right way to let her life end so as to bring the least pain to Olivia and her lifelong friends. I say it was a hard read only because it was hard to see through the tears cascading down my face, it was a wonderful story about a woman who lived and died on her own terms. A woman who touched the lives of countless people in a positive way without even realizing the impact she made and the esteem that she garnered over years of being a bright light in a sometimes dark world. The author took what could have been a story that most would find to be a sad episode in one person's journey through life and made it one that is truly encouraging. The fact that the characters are fictional does not matter, we can all aspire to be the best we can be when we have such an example to follow. In the ending much is revealed that may make you think less of Megan, Holly, Jack and even Peter but for me the decisions each person made was made out of love for the others. I think that each of the characters had their hearts in the right place and living with the consequences of their actions so many years ago was a punishment that helped them to become wiser as well as better in the long run. Hopefully before the movie comes out that is to be based on this book you will get a chance to meet them all for yourselves and make up your own minds about how things were dealt with by the characters. [I must disclose that this book was read as part of the author's virtual book tour in the fall of 2011. The e-arc was a copy provided to me by the author in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and rating for the book were in no way influenced by this and the only other compensation besides the book was my pleasure in reading about the characters in the story.]
Anonymous 7 months ago
Enjoyed the book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was very touching. It shows just how valuable life and family is and how life can so easily be taken from you. Always show love and trust to one another.
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I really enjoyed this book.
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It's a good read. While in hospital i read this and made me feel strong and positive. Keep tissues near by. I really enjoyed Megans character she WAS amazing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Plot was good and I would recommend this for a quick read. A little slow at first but not too bad as you read on. kinters6
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mommy2madilyn More than 1 year ago
In my opinion, this book was just ok. The plot became a bit rambling and repetitive at times. The ending was a bit abrupt and seemed as if the author just wanted to end it. Don't get me wrong, Megan's Way was readable and sweet, just not a great book.
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