To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis
Andra Watkins & Helen Rice
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Merry Lewis died of two gunshot wounds more than two centuries ago. Was it suicide? Or murder? Because no one knows for sure, he’s stuck in an in-between called Nowhere. When he completes a Nowhere assignment, his soul will finally rest. But he’s failed every assignment, and he’s running out of time.
Merry’s last hope for redemption is nine-year-old Emmaline Cagney. Her mother has despicable plans for her tenth birthday, plans that will ruin Em’s life. She longs to run away and be with her father, but how?
When Merry finds Em hiding in a New Orleans alley, he realizes she is his final mission. But his old arch enemy has another horrifying scheme for her. As Em and Merry flee along the Natchez Trace, can they vanquish their mutual foe and find Em’s father before it’s too late?
To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis is the second book in the Nowhere Series, a speculative blend of riveting suspense, forgotten history, and a dash of paranormal fiction. If you like edge-of-your-seat action, compelling characters, and white-knuckle emotion, you’ll love the latest installment in Andra Watkins’ page-turning series.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this read and the one before it - Hard to Die. I love books that leave me with tons of questions. The author creates an interesting possibility for the afterlife and weaves in real people in a way that is seamless and intriguing. I have lots of pondering to do and research too after finishing this read, which to me signifies a great story!
Worth the read.
The prequel to the acclaimed Hard to Die, To Live Forever takes you on a journey all its own. Fantastic as a stand-alone or as part of the set, the characters creep out of the history books and into your brain. Can’t wait for more from Watkins.
To Live Forever
This was an interesting and unusual story. Despite the title, I did not immediately understand that the story was about the afterlife journey of a real historical character who became obsessed with protecting and aiding a child in the search for her father from whom she had been separated by court order. I also had difficulty at times in identifying the narrator, as they were not identified by the author. I found the ending to be rather obtuse. Did the child's father live or die? I prefer books that are more definitive.