Review of ‘Forever and a day: a Those who wait story’ by Haley Cass
This is a long-ish epilogue to ‘Those who wait’ by Haley Cass. I wouldn’t recommend it reading it before that book. First of all, because you’d miss a lot of details from the story and secondly, because you really don’t want to miss reading ‘Those who wait’.
For epilogue lovers, this will feel like a child’s first visit to Disneyland. It is a detailed account of the lives of Sutton and Charlotte, told in life and political milestones. I’ll leave it vague to avoid spoiling anything. Unlike most epilogues, this one isn’t short (95 pages) and it’s divided into 7 parts. Each of them is focused on a period of time and it’s a little story in itself, drama and excitement included.
So, if you’ve finished reading or listening to ‘Those who wait’ and are suffering from a book hangover and missing the characters already, then reading this novella is going to be a treat. It finishes with a perfect circle and gives complete closure to the story. Unfortunately, it won’t solve your book hangover, only delay it for a while.
Overall, a great end to ‘Those who wait’ and a must-read if you enjoyed that book. 5 stars.
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Forever and a day: a Those who wait story
This is a long-ish epilogue to 'Those who wait' by Haley Cass. I wouldn't recommend it reading it before that book. First of all, because you'd miss a lot of details from the story and secondly, because you really don't want to miss reading 'Those who wait'.
URL: 5 stars, Family, Femme / femme, Politics, Writer
Author: Haley Cass