The End of Forever: Two Novels (Erin Bennett #1-2)

The End of Forever: Two Novels (Erin Bennett #1-2)
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12+
Release Date
July 10, 2007
ISBN
0375841709
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The celebration isn't supposed to end in tragedy. But the lives of sisters Amy and Erin come crashing down when Amy takes the car and has a horrible accident.Time to Let GoLanding the lead in the senior musical opposite David Devlin doesn't give Erin much pleasure. Erin knows that her headaches started just after the death of her younger sister. What is it about David that triggers Erin's violent reaction?This companion volume explores the complexities not only of accepting unexpected loss, but also the need to move on.

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McDaniel's - The End of Forever
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Reader reviewed by Sandra S.

This is the story between two sisters, Erin and Amy, and the bond sisters have forever. It is thought provoking and interesting, definitely a book that girls will appreciate more so than boys.  After a horrible car crash, Amy is left in a coma, Erin must come to grips with her guilt and learn to live without her sister.  It's a real tear jerker for sure.
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Time to move on, little one
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Reader reviewed by Daisy

A story about Erin Bennet, older sister to Amy Bennet. Amy and Erin are nothing alike. Erin's the responsible one and Amy's the silly and goofy one. Erin is fed up with Amy's antics, but when Amy gets into a horrible car crash. Erin wishes to have the old Amy back, goofy, always late, and kind Amy, not the lifeless shell of Amy trap in a coma. What makes it worse is that Erin let Amy drive to get the food, instead of her. Is it Erin's fault that Amy is dying? 
The second part of the book is about letting go. Amy's been dead a year and Erin now finds herself with painful headaches that can bring her to her knees. The doctors have run test, but can't figure out what's wrong. And why is it that her co-star in the play, funny David, cause them to happen more?
 A read that will make your eyes water and make you thankful for the ones that love you and cherish all the memories you have together. Lovely read and I only wish we could see Erin in college.
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