The Life Everlasting: A Reality of Romance
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The Life Everlasting: A Reality of Romance

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In this narrative Corelli has beautifully combined her fancy with the realities of life. Even the theories of science are employed by her that help her to create a unique piece of literature. With a mysterious atmosphere pervading the whole narrative, this is a highly engrossing work.
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Published November 28th 2007 by ReadHowYouWant (first published January 1st 1911)
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Keleigh
Marie Corelli was a British novelist/mystic who wrote during the turn of the century. I picked up this falling-apart antique book years ago, and I think I like the feel of the physical book itself more than the content. I didn't get all the way through it due to overwhelming cheese (they used a lot! of exclamation! points! back then!) and predictability, but it does feel like a fanciful old relic notable for occultists interested in the roots of Western mysticism. Corelli was occupied with recon...more
Paul Fadoju
What an imagination, what realities....Marie takes her readers into this world where you start questioning yourself is this fiction or reality. Has anyone ever steps into this ideal an reality that she is talking about. The idea is noble, engaging and lifts you out of the doldrums of everyday life as process the aspect of Life, soul and immortality. There is no DEATH....and to understand that is to live to the fulness of life.
Vivianne
This book bring us to search a sence in this life. This book want to make us in front of the important questions and matters of the life. Isn't a easy read, isn't simple as the way is write than for the argument...
But, if someone want to read it, the book - and Corelli - can reveal big surprise!!!
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Marie Corelli (born Mary Mackay) was a British novelist, whose controversial works of the time often label her as an early advocate of the New Age movement.
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