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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2011
With her client's husband somewhere between this world and the next, attorney Alexia Lindale makes an everlasting choice.
The youngest son of a family consumed by greed, Baxter Richardson lingers on this earth in a coma. His wife wants him dead to protect her secrets. His brother wants him dead to gain control of the family empire. And though Baxter's father fights to keep him alive, even he has ulterior motives.
But Baster has a surprising ally. A classically trained painist, Ted Morgan believes music can be used as prayer. And Ted's divinely-inspired playing has been slowly pulling Baxter back from the brink of death.
Attorney Alexia Lindale represents Baxter's wife, Rena, but has no idea that she and her client are being played in a game that has higher stakes than a single legal case.
As Baxter grows stronger, the more endangered he becomes. As Alexia navigates her responsibilities to her client, her relationship with the gifted musician, and her new relationship with God, she must discern the truth as it pertains to life, death, and life everlasting.
Robert Whitlow is the bestselling author of legal novels set in the South and winner of the Christy Award for Contemporary Fiction. He received his J.D. with honors from the University of Georgia School of Law where he served on the staff of the Georgia Law Review. Website: robertwhitlow.com, Twitter: @whitlowwriter, Facebook: robertwhitlowbooks.
DebbieBells TXAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Life EverlastingMarch 20, 2017DebbieBells TXAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 3Meets Expectations: 4Good, but not quite as good as Life Support. It is worth the read, tho.
gigiAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Exciting until the last sentenceMarch 28, 2011gigiAge: 45-54Gender: femaleThis book is great. I cannot wait to start the next one. I have recently started reading Whitlow's books and every story seems better than the last. I am amazed at his ability to develop different main characters, male ,female, old, young and make their perspectives so real. I was laughing... loudly at times. The characters reflected so many things true to human nature.The plot twists and turns and keeps you guessing. His storys are so much better than the titles or clips. Even Whitlow's description of food, restaurants, landmarks,etc. make you feel like you are stepping in the pages. His books over-deliver and leave you with plenty to think about afterwards. GREAT READ!!!!
Omolara4 Stars Out Of 5February 25, 2010OmolaraLife Support and Life Everlasting are both excellent reads. Although both were available when i went to the store, i only bought Life Support, thinkig if i did not enjoy it, i would pass on the other. By the second chapter, i had run back to the store to buy Life Everlasting and i was not disappointed. I also loved the fact that the books included a budding romantic relationship. I can hardly wait to read more of his books.
AnonymousFloridaAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5August 24, 2009AnonymousFloridaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleAfter reading the first book in the series, Life Support, I would have been HIGHLY distressed had there not been a sequel to complete the story. Life Everlasting was NOT a disappointment. In fact, I considered it better than Life Support. I planned to read Life Everlasting while on vacation. However, I started it several days BEFORE vacation began - and finished it the day after I began reading it! It was too good to put down. I would have been quite lost, however, if I had not read Life Support first. I do not consider it a good stand alone book at all. You need to read Life Support first or it will be very confusing. I plan to read more of his books. This book does leave room for a #3, but there's no frustration if a #3 doesn't come.
Cheryl Okimoto4 Stars Out Of 5May 19, 2008Cheryl OkimotoThis was a very good read. As a sequel to Life Support, it wasnt disappointing. It was a bit clich in places, and that was a little disappointing, but overall the book was good. I really like the way the issues of Life Support were resolved. The book left me with a feeling that while life goes on, another book in the series isnt necessary, though it would be welcomed! I liked the way Whitlow linked back to Life Support just enough to keep new readers from being too lost while not enough to bore returning readers. If you havent read Life Support yet, I definitely recommend it first.