Tom Cogan feels an inexplicable pull toward a woman he’s just met in a bizarre experience, and when he begins to have flashes of their past life together, he makes the horrible decision not to tell anyone—including his wife. But what he doesn’t know is that his life has been hijacked by a malevolent spirit who’s waited two centuries to get revenge. Trapped as a pawn in the demon’s demented game, Tom discovers he’s not the only one targeted for death—so is everyone he loves.
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Lewis has created an engaging plot that combines horror, romance and the supernatural. Be warned: it is violent and horrific, some of it sexual. But for me it only heightened the monster that was Eddie. Lewis keenly understands the rhythms of domestic life and uses it in FOREVER to give this story a feeling of authenticity. Intelligent, very scary at times, and filled with supernatural twists and turns that I didn’t see coming, FOREVER is an original and entertaining take on true love and the evil that tries to break its eternal bond. I really enjoyed this book.
I powered through this novel in two days!!! I rooted for the three main characters the whole way through, and even though their goals were at odds I wanted each one to win. The characters motives and emotions were so well defined, I understood each one completely. A good dark story, one that kept me on my toes.
From the first chapter I couldn’t guess the outcome, but I was intrigued by the story so much I couldn’t stop reading in order to find out. For readers who like books by Stephen King or Dean Koontz (for example,) I think this book would be a good read. It’s a good novel for lovers of the out-of-the-ordinary creepy story.
I found this a very entertaining book to read. It was a completely unique storyline and it held me enthralled throughout. Although I was slightly worried when I first started that it might overly veer into romance, I was refreshingly surprised to find a gripping supernatural tale of eternal love and revenge that never verged into the saccharine.
Linda Cassidy Lewis has a marvelous turn of phrase and her writing and the story were satisfying and entrancing. Weird and definitely worthwhile.
Taut suspense tinged with horror and supernatural are what I found in Linda Cassidy Lewis’s new book.
The storyline is one that I haven’t experienced before. I believe this is why I found myself thinking about it when I wasn’t reading. The characters were ones that you could like and also hate. There were twists and turns that were unexpected, and a little scary. I have enjoyed this authors other books, but I especially liked this edgier storyline, and didn’t want it to end, but I wanted to know how it would end .. if that makes sense!
This book will appeal to lovers of horror, mystery and the occult as well as those people who enjoy contemporary literary fiction. It’s sort of like Jonathan Franzen meets Stephen King which I found to be an interesting combination.