Eternal Sunrise

Rated 3.00/5 based on 3 reviews
After her father’s shocking sudden death the gorgeous charming, and somewhat tempered Emily Smith is forced to move in with her mother Cindy in Florida, she expects to live a normal boring life there haunted by her sadness and loss over her father, but is shocked to find great friends that will last for eternity and also her true love. More

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About Alida Zaczyk

My name is Alida, and I've loved writing before i even knew how to read. Its been my dream to become a writer, and share my stories with the world. I've been told i was a great writer many times before but I'm always looking for challenges. I'm an overall happy person just wanting to do the things I enjoy.

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Review by: Nia Shaw on Dec. 22, 2012 :
Wow, this book is so childish it's sad. Emily's friends are so childish and they squeal way too much and worship the ground she walks on. Everyone acts like they're in 7th grade. She goes way too overboard with Quinn when she falls in love with him before they even talk. It's just...not good.
(review of free book)

Review by: Christine Dorval on July 25, 2012 : (no rating)
its good but theres some akward stuff , like emily falls in love before she even talk to quinn once thats unrealistic. Also when she learns hes a vampire she takes it like its no big deal she doesnt even care that he can hear her thoughs. and the akward thing is that when shes mean with britanny like very mean everybody instantly likes her more i mean wtf shes way too mean sometimes. and EVERYONE likes her i mean common on real world here? everyone is always fighting and pleading for her its a bit baby. a pale comparison to twilight. BUT its good theres a lot of dialogue but its way too long.
(review of free book)

Review by: Jocelynn Black on June 06, 2011 :
Oh my God, I loved it SO much!!! An amazing storyy!!!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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