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Dec 17 2010

The Eternal Ones by Kirsten Miller

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Penguin, 2010. ISBN: 9780141331997.
(Teenagers+) Highly recommended. This book is about a 17 year old girl named Haven Moore who has had visions of a past life where she is a young lady named Constance Whitman who falls in love with a young man named Ethan Evans. Whilst watching the news she sees a young man pop up on the screen and recognises him and she wonders if this could be her Ethan. She soon travels to New York to find him and when she does an epic love affair begins. Then some secrets come out in the open and Haven doesn't know who to believe anymore, she wants to believe that Iain (Ethan) is telling the truth but the odds are stacked up against him. She tries to find the truths behind all of the secrets, but can she do it before this life ends?
This book is a bit hard to get into at first, but once I did, I didn't want to put it down. It's a thrilling story about love and reincarnation. Haven needs to learn who to trust and what secrets are true, but all without hurting her family and friends. I seriously recommend this book to anyone who loves romance and the thought of reincarnation. It's a beautiful story about how soul mates will always find each other no matter what life you're in.
Taylor Oxenham (student)

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