Always and Forever - Lurlene McDaniel

Always and Forever

By Lurlene McDaniel

  • Release Date - Published: 2004-05-11
  • Book Genre: Coming of Age
  • Author: Lurlene McDaniel
Our rating: 5/5 stars

5 Score: 5 (From 9 Ratings)

Always and Forever Lurlene McDaniel read online review & book description:

Sixteen-year-old Melissa Austin has always worked hard to get what she wants. As the school year begins, her work is paying off: Her grades are up and she’s landed a coveted spot on the Brain Bowl team. She and her best friend, Jory Delaney, are determined to have the best junior year ever.

Then Melissa receives devastating news about her health. At first she refuses to accept the doctor’s diagnosis, but as her illness gets worse, she cannot deny the truth. Only with the loving support of her family, and especially Jory, can Melissa come to terms with the mysteries of living . . . and dying.

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  • A story worth remembering!

    5
    By Diya93
    You know a story is a great one when you still think about it years later. I read this story in 7th grade, my very first of her novels (I became addicted) and this story was simply heart wrenching. I cried & cried throughout the story. It was so sad & I loved the friendship between the two girls. ❤️ Great Read!! I definitely recommend.
  • Tear Worthy.

    5
    By Collapsed Conciousness
    This book is extremely well written and has you falling in love with the characters. If you feel the need to cry, please do because the other characters are crying with you.
  • Touching

    5
    By App critic status
    This book like many of the authors others was beautiful. It was a tear jerker though.
  • Really Good

    5
    By @MeliciLecia
    Really good and a beautiful ending

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