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Review by MM Good Book Reviews
This story was a rollercoaster of emotions.
I liked the overall story. At times I felt these two would not be able to overcome their struggles and just live. We all make mistakes and struggle from time to time. Best thing to do come to grips with the past and leave it in the past as you cannot change what’s already happened.
All in all it was a great read.
Review by Wicked Reads
Yes, Forever is not the grittiest book regarding depression I’ve read recently, but this is not a bad thing because it still gives readers a realistic view of what it’s like for someone living with depression. John is fortunate that he has a pretty good support system, including a boss who understands his depression but doesn’t let him use it as an excuse. The supporting cast are a treat and I’m not sure which I found more amusing – the dating advice for the elderly characters or their attempts at matchmaking for the guys. Yes, Forever offered a realistic look at depression and how romantic relationships can be both positive and negative in how they impact the persons overall well-being. I really enjoyed this book and, as always, look forward to Bradford’s next release.