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Orphaned by her mother and brushed off by her dad, fifteen year old Silvia Cotton had lived a lonely life. That is until when her father moved the family from. Editorial Reviews. From the Author. After Forever Ends was a labor of love. Based upon much site Store · site eBooks · Literature & Fiction. After Forever Ends By Melodie Ramone Rated /5 based on 1 reviews Simple yet extraordinary, told with wit and candor,.


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After Forever Ends book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Orphaned by her mother and brushed off by her dad, fifteen year. I'm a wife, mother, keeper of fuzzy critters, author, speaker and certified Kitchen Witch. When I'm not creating Culinary magic, I can usually be found writing. Top tags on Xity Library ⁃ books review of after forever ends by melodie ramone, after forever ends epub download, after forever ends ebook reader, after.

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It's a strong magic, it comes from deep within the source of all creation. Because it is so strong within him he takes it with him when he crosses through the veil.

And Welsh is, I believe, the oldest living language in Europe. Yes, there is a magic in all this. Back to practical matters, the author has resisted the temptation to split her story into two or three smaller books.

I applaud this as there is a unity to the story as it is presented which wld otherwise be lost. And I for one hate stories that have false endings clearly designed to lead into the next marketing opportunity, ach, sorry, sequel.

There are at least a dozen emotional peaks in the story, moments of absolutely powerful emotional intensity. This story is not a genre thriller, far from it, the lives are very recongnisable, but it is emotionally thrilling because all the emotional peaks are things that will happen to most of us.

The impact is totally overwhelming at times. It will trigger recollections, hopes, and fears. It is also a beautiful story because the joy the characters share feels tangible. I loved reading about their happiness as this made me feel happy and hopeful. I was intensely saddened at times also, but such is life.

I read with mist in my eyes, esp the last third of the story. That said, this is not a sad story. The concluding chapter is.. Well, I will let you find out for yourself. I think someone in their early-to-mid twenties might love this book because they may take much from it because they will still be learning life.

And I believe older people will enjoy it also because they may enjoy pointers of how to age well, how to make sense of their own nostalgic hankerings.

Partners from start to finish, we were hand in hand. Whatever it was, hard or simple, we dug into it together and we saw it through to the end. I wanted to taste it, I wanted to smell it. I wanted to wrap myself up in it like a blanket and stay safe and warm inside of it forever. And I wanted to give it. I wanted to drown people in it. I wanted to love with all my heart and be loved just as much in return. This, however, did not influence my review in any way.

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View all 9 comments. Dec 28, Tanya Lea rated it it was amazing. Well, I just finished the last book I will ever read for and what a way to end the year. I'm a bit at a loss of words of what to say with this book, as it's incredibly touching and moving. I have always loved tales of coming of age and reliving past life lessons and love, but this one was a keeper.

This book is a love story that will have you at times smiling and holding your sides from laughter, but don't be fooled It's a tear jerker but in a total good way.

So Well, I just finished the last book I will ever read for and what a way to end the year. So do yourself a favor, read the book and go for a ride, because you will love the characters and story. Dec 29, R.

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Askew rated it it was amazing. This was one of those stories that come into your life for a short time, but leave a profound effect on your soul. It is about their rites of passage to university, marriage and parenthood. The story then accelerates, much as life seems to, and takes us to some extraordinarily moving chapters as the quartet move into old age. It is w This was one of those stories that come into your life for a short time, but leave a profound effect on your soul.

It is without doubt the most emotionally evocative book I have read in many a year, possibly ever. I grew to love Silvia and her sister, Lucy, and the twins they marry, Oliver and Alexander.

Their lives felt real to me and came to matter to me, as did those of their children and friends.

The story is almost a model for a good life lived well and to the full. Some of us may learn essential insights from the story. It may help us to make sense of our own unsolved issues. There is one pivotal scene about two thirds of the way through the book when Silvia and Lucy throw a napkin back and forth at each other during a row, as Lucy shows Silvia just how things were regarding their father, with whom Silvia has had a difficult relationship.

I found this profoundly moving as things were not easy between myself and my own father.

I am sure others with find things in this road map for a life lived well that may have meaning for their lives. The story and the characters in it are V for Vigorous. So, too, Silvia's hankering after a special place is common to many of us. In these times of shift and impermanance, it shows strongly how spiritually sustaining a sense of place and belonging is. There is a great lesson here for us all. So, too, many will find lessons in the way Silvia, a feisty and intelligent woman, surrenders her career to the cause of her and her brother-in-law's 'muffins'.

No story better portrays the absolute joy of motherhood than this one. It is not about gender politics and power. It is about timeless human instincts and, this is the word: It is about fundamental emotions and instincts.

I sympathise with the book on this count because such emotions and instincs are our roots and we are lessened as human beings if we ignore or deny them. Another feature running discretely through the story is a gentle feyness. The story is about trees, winds, the Welsh countryside.

But it is also about deeper spirits which whom the characters commune. These spirits of the woods have a pagan feel to them, are entirely benign, and seem to link the lives of the characters to ancient times. This quote from one of the fey captures the essence of the story, "They humans share a magic with us called love. It's a strong magic, it comes from deep within the source of all creation. Because it is so strong within him he takes it with him when he crosses through the veil.

And Welsh is, I believe, the oldest living language in Europe. Yes, there is a magic in all this. Back to practical matters, the author has resisted the temptation to split her story into two or three smaller books. I applaud this as there is a unity to the story as it is presented which wld otherwise be lost. And I for one hate stories that have false endings clearly designed to lead into the next marketing opportunity, ach, sorry, sequel. There are at least a dozen emotional peaks in the story, moments of absolutely powerful emotional intensity.

This story is not a genre thriller, far from it, the lives are very recongnisable, but it is emotionally thrilling because all the emotional peaks are things that will happen to most of us. The impact is totally overwhelming at times. It will trigger recollections, hopes, and fears. It is also a beautiful story because the joy the characters share feels tangible.

I loved reading about their happiness as this made me feel happy and hopeful. I was intensely saddened at times also, but such is life. I read with mist in my eyes, esp the last third of the story.

That said, this is not a sad story. The concluding chapter is.. Well, I will let you find out for yourself. I think someone in their early-to-mid twenties might love this book because they may take much from it because they will still be learning life.

And I believe older people will enjoy it also because they may enjoy pointers of how to age well, how to make sense of their own nostalgic hankerings. They may also enjoy the memories the story is bound to trigger in them. Oh and middle-aged women esp may enjoy the vivid birthing scences as they are absolutely sure to make them remember their own experiences.

And, erm, there are a couple of phwoarrr bonks in it, too. I esp enjoyed the way the twins Oliver and Alexander were drawn: I found the "wonderful and terrible" Alexander an absolutely fascinating study. I sometimes wished I had been like him, had his vigour.

There is a Shakespearean feel to the twins. But we men are just the spear carriers in this story. It is the women and esp Silvia who is at the core of this story of Love, Life and Death. Here is what the new mum has to say of her firstborn: I'm going to start off by saying that I've never read a book that has inspired me more.

It's reminded me to cherish the ones I love, and never take them for granted. It's reminded me to always believe in the magic of this world. This book filled my heart with so much love and joy, that by the end I didn't know what to do with myself cause I missed Silvia, Ollie, and Alex so much. This book is a love story. Not just between two people.

It a love story about 4 people, who I truly believe are soul-mates, together, in the purest way possible. This story begins in the beginning. Two 15 year olds, Silvia and Ollie, meet and basically fall in love at first sight. It was a pure true love that they never gave up on, no matter what anyone said or thought.

Ollie has a twin named Alex, and they are basically "one soul walking around on 4 legs". They are each others best friend, and adding Silvia to the mix as Ollie's love, didn't lessen their bond, because Alex loves Silvia just as much but in a different way. He sees her as his best friend, more than a sister. They go on with their lives, each of them overcoming the obstacles that life throws at them, but Ollie and Silvia stick together no matter what.

They lean on one another, never forgetting what they have in each other. Alex also goes through heartache, but has Silvia and Ollie to turn to,and eventually, Lucy is also added to the mix Silvia's sister. This book takes us on a journey through Ollie and Silvia's life, through the growing of their family, through old age.

It was simply such a beautiful story. I laughed so hard at times that my stomach ached. The banter between these characters so hilarious at times, and it was so easy to fall in love with the twins. At one point I was crying cause I didn't want this story to end. It was that good. This story isn't about angst, or jealousy, or any of that messy stuff that tends to ruin relationships and ruin trust with one another.

This book was so PURE. At one point, Alex admitted to being in love with Silvia, but not in a lustful way. Ollie knew it, and simply accepted it for what it was, and never fought against it. In fact, towards the end, Lucy admitted that Ollie and her went on dates because Ollie insisted he had to fall in love with her, the way that Alex loved Silvia.

That was how close of a bond they shared. I know this may seem strange Ollie had her completely, her heart belonged to him. Their was just an acceptance of the bond that Alex and Silvia shared, which was very pure and close to a brother and sister kind of love When Lucy was finally added to the trio, it was like this small group of soul mates By the end of the book, I wanted to go and have a slew of children just so I could experience the house full of love like this couple of couples had.

This book such an amazing experience I've never read anything like it. It was long I didn't want it to end. You will get to attached to the characters, you"ll not want to stop reading. This is probably the best book I've read this year so far. View 2 comments. Oct 17, Sandra rated it it was amazing Shelves: In her debut novel, Melodie Ramone reaches out to readers and invites them to a lovely place in her heart.

Her passion as a writer is reflected in this uplifting tale that begins with teenagers Sylvia, Oliver, and Alexander, and stretches into the golden years.

After Forever Ends will stay with me for a long time. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to be taken to a special place. Mar 12, Ken Brimhall rated it it was amazing. Thank you, Melodie Ramone, for NOT chopping up After Forever Ends and selling it in sequels, for it is most beautiful the way it is—a complete whole—love from adolescence to old age, love given freely and completely and returned in kind.

No need for politics or religion, unless you count the faeries in the Welsh wood, which I do since I believe it was God speaking with Oliver and Silvia through the elves. What a unique and wonderful life to love one identical twin as a husband and the second as Thank you, Melodie Ramone, for NOT chopping up After Forever Ends and selling it in sequels, for it is most beautiful the way it is—a complete whole—love from adolescence to old age, love given freely and completely and returned in kind.

What a unique and wonderful life to love one identical twin as a husband and the second as a brother, despite the tragic events along the way. And to raise three beautiful children, isolated from the world really, where one could run naked through the garden, if one so desired. Dec 12, Janice Ross rated it it was amazing. True love - the high, lows and in-between is captured in this remarkable novel about Oliver Dickinson and Just Silvia Cotton you have to read it to understand this reference.

After Forever Ends is not only a splendid journey of love, it's a lifetime of living set on display for all to experience. Thank you Melodie Ramone, for sharing this beautifully written tale. I look forward to many more. Oct 23, Marie Fostino rated it it was amazing. This is a story of love and life as we go through the days of Sylvia, Oliver and Alexander. All the ups and downs of their journey bring you back to your courtship days and family ties.

Family comes to mind, with love and hate, laughter and tears. You put your feet in their shoes feeling everything they went through. I love this quote out of the book: We were young.

Love had a way of making us fearless because we knew that no matter what happened, if we fell on our face as we entered the ring or conquered the world in battle, in the end it would just be us, together.

I love this quote from the book also: Some you meet and you never really know at all. And then there are those who get caught inside your soul and stay there forever. Death feels cold to the living, but to those he is receiving, he has gentle hands, because of the magic of Love, when Death comes for you. You start with your mate, have children and in the end it is just the two of you again until it is time for death.

Read this book and enjoy the roller coaster of life these three went through. Than after you have laughed and cried, make your own story. Thank you Melodie Ramone for this lovely book. Mar 09, Parvathy rated it it was amazing Shelves: I have once heard of a quotation saying that while ordinary people live only once, a reader lives many a lifetimes. I never really grasped the true meaning of this statement before this book. After reading it I feel like I have lived an entire lifetime.

I have lived, laughed, loved and cried along with the characters in this book that felt so real that I actually miss them now. The author writes the book in first person as Silvia a very engaging and interesting protagonist.

This is her story her I have once heard of a quotation saying that while ordinary people live only once, a reader lives many a lifetimes. This is her story her life, her love, her fears and her aspirations but even if it is her story the one that shines through it all is Oliver the love of her life.

The thread that binds the story together is the pure and true love that they feel for each other. It is very rarely that you come across books of this quality that is able to convey the message without being preachy.

That makes you question, after all what is enough to make life worth living. When Silvia first met Oliver she was a 15 year old girl without a mother and with an absentee father, A loner and a top grade student but everything changes for Silvia when she meets Oliver and his twin brother Alexander. Falling in love with Oliver and striking a friendship with Alexander Silvia changes from the lonely girl to a girl who is well loved and loves fiercely in return.

She is accepted by a family who adores her and friends who would die for her. She gets married to Oliver and moves to a cottage in the middle of the woods with faeries watching over them and magic in the winds. As time goes Silvia becomes a wife, a mother, a friend, a sister, a grandmother and most of all a true companion to Oliver. She faces her own challenges and answers her own questions and finally finds the true happiness that only a very few are granted.

It would be an understatement to say that I liked this book because I absolutley adored it. I loved everything about it. The characters, the subtle use of magic and the writing style. This book just shows that you don't need sequels and spinoffs to make a book memorable. You just need a simple story and the ability to spin it into a magical and entertaining tale. Silvia the main protogonist was engaging as I have already mentioned. It is very difficult for me to view her as a separate character as the narration is in first person and all the while I was reading this book her feelings and her thoughts felt like my feelings and thoughts.

I truly did have an identity crisis during this time the worst being me going to the kitchen and waiting for Oliver to come only to realize that I am not Silvia and Oliver is just a character. No other book has ever made me feel that way. Oliver, Silivia's love interest is the one who dominates the book. He is there in everything she does, every decision she makes and every statement she says. The love she has for him is pure and unadultrated.

But theirs is not a selfish love they have enough love to share with everyone and make everyone happy. I especially loved the parts were Silvia and Oliver lays down every new baby they have in between them and promises to love them to bits. This book really made me think with each and every decision Silvia made. I kept questioning whether life is really that simple? Whether everything gets less complicated if you have the right people waiting for you and just laugh when things get too rough. The author did give us a very uplifting message here and the simple way in which she conveys this is even more enchanting.

The characters of Alexander and Lucy are also praise worthy but I was so preoccpied with Silvia and Oliver that I was not able to give them the attention they deserve. Locked into a fierce friendship with Alexander and lost to a whirlwind romance with Oliver, Silvia found herself torn away from everything she thought she knew. Married too soon, she moved with Oliver to a rustic cabin deep in a Welsh wood and embarked upon a life she'd never planned for, surviving on hope she never knew existed and faith she never knew she had.

She made her way through university and onto a career, only to surrender her ambition to raising her children and living a life that was strikingly "normal". But what is normal?

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Certainly not what ensued in the wood. True love, faeries, friendship, loves lost and gained. Old magic, fate, doubt, strength and courage, Silvia's story could belong to anyone, but it is her own. Simple yet extraordinary, told in retrospect with wit and candor, Silvia recalls a life of joy and sorrow, laughter and tears.

As she unravels the tangled web of her days, she reveals the secrets that exist in an ancient wood, how hearts given freely can become the stuff of magic, and how true happiness was never any further than her own back garden. download now. User reviews 3 reviews Overall rating. Are they descriptive enough?

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To write a review please register or log in. Absolutely Amazing. August 27, Overall rating.Locked into a fierce friendship with Alexander and lost to a whirlwind romance with Oliver, Silvia found herself torn away from everything she thought she knew.

The story is about trees, winds, the Welsh countryside.

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Comedy 4 …. The book was way too long for a boring story of two people who get married in high school and have a family.

I Lived each moment.. Oliver and Silvia's relationship was so perfect that I envy them, and I wanted my own Ollie in the end.

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