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Emilee Anonymous by F A Carroll (2015-12-29)

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  • By A. Bell on January 7, 2018

    This was indeed a dark story, I agree with that comment from other reviewers, but the writing and the manner in which it was done, was truly superb. The story left an impression on me and wanting to follow this author and read his future endeavors.

  • By Guest on January 24, 2016

    I never considered life from that perspective. I enjoyed reading about the journey. Tough topic to write about and one that more people suffer from than we know. Nicely written.

  • By Guest on January 12, 2016

    Thank You!

  • By First Press on February 16, 2016

    Emilee Anonymous was a great read. I read it on a flight from Chicago to NY--didn't put it down once. I wasn't sure what to expect as the book began. I was wondering where "Emilee" was, to be honest, since the story began with a man's story of alcoholism/depression. But then a series of unexpected events leads you to get to know Emilee quite well. What I enjoyed most about this book was the Neil Gaiman-esque world that F.A. Carroll created on the other side of a suicide. I did not think this was meant to be a religious epistle on what the next life holds for those who take their life. I took it as really well crafted fiction about the afterlife. I enjoyed the metaphors inherent in many parts of the story. For example, Emilee's noose dragging behind her. That's what her depression had felt like in life and it continued in death. I also felt like the author portrayed the feelings of a parent so very accurately in the telling of Robert's memories. My only critique would be that I wanted it to be longer so I could get to know all the characters better, especially Neira. Perhaps there will be a sequel? :)

  • By Fred Carroll on January 17, 2016

    The story is straight forward and frank about suicide. The writers perspective comes through clearly. Characters are built so you can almost see them. While I may not agree with all the writers view on the subject I enjoyed reading and thinking about the books subject from someone else's view point. I see great potential in this writers future. Looking forward to the next book.

  • By janice on January 7, 2016

    story takes you on a journey ... if you have ever been to that dark place and wondered if your life is worth the struggle to keep going, this definitely gives a perspective that you don't contemplate. EXCELLENT BOOK !!!!

  • By Mamma Price on January 12, 2016

    Makes you wonder what if ?Recommended for everyoneI think everyone has at least thought about suicide maybe not seriously. Be honest at least with yourself.Not my usual read but it is well written and as I said thought provoking.

  • By Alicia Moody on January 17, 2016

    This is a great book with an important lesson. It kept my interest the whole way through. I highly recommend it.

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