Eternal: A Trilogy of Tales

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True love is Eternal
A trilogy of tales from the acclaimed author Andie J Fessey
The Conversation
The Walk
Two Hours More

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arronsullivan reviewed on on June 12, 2018

Three amazing tales but the one which haunts me most is 'the conversation'. Confession time!!!! My marriage experienced the doldrums as long marriages sometimes do, long hours at both our jobs and working away taking its toll after a while. The looks I received from the girl at my usual Costa I am guilty to say, had me thinking of an extramarital dalliance. But after reading the 'conversation' I will be drinking my wife's coffee and hers coffee alone.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
JoleneWisp reviewed on on June 8, 2018

Mesmerising, moving, thought-provoking.
Writing such as this is rare.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
marynightingale reviewed on on June 8, 2018

An emotional rollercoaster of a ride. The Conversation and The Walk are haunting and beautiful. Two Hours is a revelation. All three tales caused me to reflect on my own life and the people around me. I will cherish every second I spend with all of them. I will definitely be checking out all of this writers other works.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
jjarrell reviewed on on June 7, 2018

A wonderful trilogy of intense and deeply emotional stories. Somewhat dark and brooding, but captivating none the less. I enjoyed the characters and found their various experiences compelling, each in their own unique way. A really great read!
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
FishLady reviewed on on June 7, 2018

Andie J Fessey’s stories are emotional, moving, and immersive, and his characters are sympathetically drawn. It is hard to imagine that he is not drawing on his own experiences, as his writing feels like true life.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
MLichfield1950 reviewed on on June 7, 2018

If the author of this amazing, outstanding, trilogy relied solely on their imagination to write this breathtaking piece of work, they are truly gifted. If however the author drew upon their own experiences to write the three tales, I could not begin to imagine the strength they possess to emerge from such an abyss to write this. Truly moving, highly emotional and the words stay with you long after you have turned the final page.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Edgar Poe reviewed on on June 7, 2018

Totally unexpected. Recommended by a friend, I read it on the tube resulting in me almost missing my stop. As another reviewer placed it 'a gut wrench'. Such a powerful tale and the fact the author puts it across in such a way in so few words, 'The Conversation' is a jaw-dropper. Finishing it I actually placed my tablet on my knees and stared into space in a 'WTF?' moment. The other two tales I am glad to say are just as good. I will be going for a walk with my wife on the common later as the tales have had such a profound effect. Amazing.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Jason Hallewell reviewed on on June 7, 2018

The twist of fate, the remainder of love when all else is lost...three tales that remind you that life is fleeting. A simple conversation that leaves you with a gut wrench; a walk of a lifetime; and a science fiction twist all serve as the reminder to live to the fullest. There is a hint of Vonnegut to these tales, which is not something you see often. A quick and emotionally stunning read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
ThebookSquirre1 reviewed on on June 4, 2018

3 beautifully written tales.

Each one had me holding my breath in anticipation.

I have read Comet and Origin by this author but Eternal made me cry, laugh out loud and once finished I felt reflective.

Truly moving tales. Cannot recommend this book highly enough.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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