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Always Forever

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From the depths of sorrow begins a journey of hope

The dream of a life together is shattered when AD finds himself attending Mikee’s funeral. He is overcome with grief. But Mikee’s brief appearance in his life was not by chance; it was to trigger a spiritual awakening. With help from Mikee’s family and friends, AD sets about piecing together Mikee’s story. As he begins to d
Kindle Edition, 280 pages
Published May 29th 2012 (first published May 23rd 2012)
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Though the beginning didn't immediately draw me in, I enjoyed reading AD's journey to get to know the man he lived posthumously.

This was a heartfelt and bittersweet tale, tinged with hope, friendship, love, and compassion. In getting to know Mikee's family and friends, AD got to know the generous man Mikee was.

I'm glad to have read it. :)
Elisa Rolle
The main question this memoir left me is: did AD meet Mikee too late or just in time? From the blurb of the book, you know that Mikee is dead and that his lover AD is attending his funeral. You start the book thinking you will read about a passionate love story, boy meets and loves boy, they will live happily ever after but fate has other plans. In any case the feeling is, this is a long term couple that only death shall part… and instead you open the book and read this date: 10 March 2011. And ...more
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This book was a touching tribute to a young man who was loved by so many. It was an account of his life, but also a journey of discovery for the author. I loved how he got to know Mike's family after the funeral, how they took him in as part of the family and shared their grief with someone who was a stranger to them. It was a tribute to Mike and explained just how he'd become such a special young man. It was an enjoyable read and I look forward to more books from Ansh Das.
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