- File Size: 2274 KB
- Print Length: 200 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1940832845
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Ever After, LLC (August 2, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 2, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MDWI3X4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,501 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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All for This (Here and Now Book 3) Kindle Edition
"Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl
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Max is such a wonderful character that will do anything he can to make the person he's in love with happy. He does such wonderful things for Hanna and it's great to see it. He definitely deserves to end up with someone that loves him fully.
Nate is fabulous as well but he doesn't believe that he's good enough. His childhood and father made him really think that he doesn't deserve to have a happy ever after. He loves his son with everything and he doesn't want his son to feel like he did growing up. But his love for Hanna is so real and it's amazing.
This book is definitely worth reading and I love to way it ended up.
There was so much to uncover in this story and so many questions that needed answers. Although it’s the third book in the series, the author had been able to keep me guessing the whole way. Of course, I had theories all along and I loved picking up little pieces of information that helped to solidify my ideas. How had the accident happened? Was Hanna pushed down those stairs? Why was she wearing Max’s ring? Will that ring stay on? Gosh…there was so much I need to know and this book finally set my mind and my heart at ease.
As in the previous books, the characters are great and the writing is fantastic. Hanna continued to move forward, determined to discover what happened to her on the night of her accident and also to confirm her feelings – feelings that confused and scared her but that also propelled her to search out information. We learned more about Max and his intentions and, once again, I found myself liking him more than I did in the first book. And Nate…ah, Nate…perfect book boyfriend in every way. The sexy rockstar with lots of baggage won my heart from the very beginning.
As the story moved to the conclusion and more details were provided, I started to get anxious. After all, I’d picked a team and I wasn’t sure how I’d react if I was wrong. Now…I can’t tell you how it ends, but I can tell you that it all makes sense and that Hanna does the right thing for her. This is one of those book (series, actually) that grabs you from the beginning and doesn’t let go. Definitely a must read!
The events that occurred when she had her fall, was a little surprising, but I don't think I was really shocked when i found out the truth.
I felt like the whole time I was reading, my heart was in my throat. I wanted some sign on which way she was leaning. I got so caught up in the story that I only put it down when I had to go to sleep because I had work later on. It pulled me in and refused to let me go.
The town of New Hope sort of reminds me of the town of Mayberry on the Andy Griffith show. I loved to watch that when I was younger. And here's why:
1. You could rarely do anything in town without someone seeing you.
2. People have a tendency to be in your business, even if it doesn't relate to them in any way.
3. The family togetherness is sweet and comforting. It makes you want to either live in a town like that or have relationships like these people.
And that is were I think Lexi Ryan did a really good job. Making me care about not just the main characters, but pretty much every one. I was so conflicted about who I wanted Hanna to end up with. This time I wanted both guys to get the girl, but of course that wouldn't be possible. It was the perfect ending. I can’t picture things going any other way.
And much to my delight, it looks like Liz and Sam will be getting their own story-line come December! I am excited for them.