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Avivah, Nikki, Ali, and Beth had been friends since anyone could remember. They did everything together, until one fateful night when everything changed: Their worlds were upended and one of them never came home again. Nothing Lasts Forever is a tale of guilt, sorrow, and consequences.
Kindle Edition, 31 pages
Published May 23rd 2011
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Apr 03, 2013 Caylee rated it did not like it
I got this book for free on Amazon, so I obviously was not expecting too much from it. I started reading the first chapter and found myself enjoying the book, my joy lasted ended at the end of the chapter. Most of the reason I had liked the book at the beginning, was because the current main character Avivah reminded me of me. My Hebrew name is Avivah, I also love art and like her I am also kind. Then the author killed off Avivah, so to Rebecca Harris, I have to say, thanks a fricking lot. After ...more
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“The funeral was held on a rainy Tuesday at the church where the Brendan family were members. The high school was excused for the day so the teachers and students could attend if they wished, and many did. Avivah's parents mourned their only child from the front pew, tears falling as steadily as the droplets outside, smattering faces as well as painted window panes.

After the eulogy, a song about heaven began to play over head, and as the song played, the Brendans lit a candle by the photo of their daughter, then returned to their seats. More than a few people in attendance were found dabbing at their eyes as the song came to a close. The group of mourners made their way slowly to the cemetery and laid the girl to rest, black umbrellas dotting the vivid green of the grass, grey sky bright, despite the rainfall.”
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