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  • Life begins after Forty.

    Eve Langlais has hit it out of the park with her new book. Halfway There is the first in a new series. Naomi Rousseaux is over forty and has to start all over again when her husband leaves. Moving to her late Grandmothers cottage, is just the start to a new life and mystery surrounding her new home. The story kept me gripped to the last page.

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  • Loved It

    This is such an awesome book and I loved this story! It's the first in a new series and it began with 13 fabulous authors decided that women over 40 needed to be the stars for their next books! So we get relatable, average women with a story to tell. I can't wait for the next one

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  • interesting

    This story had a lot of topics to cover.Poor Naomi stays depressed through most of the story.It was kind of a pity party at some points. Although the story was written well, it Was lacking to me in some areas. I felt that we didn't get clear answers to what was going on except for her ex husband being a butt.I felt that Naomi was suicidal and she Needed a therapist.She Was very depressing at times and I felt sorry for her more then anything. I didn't see very much growth in her. I really wish that the story would have evolved differently.I ended up feeling sad the whole time reading this book. At some points I questioned myself. If you are suicidal or depressed stay away from this book. Other works by this author seems to be better. I am not sure what happened here

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  • It’s ok

    Not my favourite of the new PWF genre yet but hopefully it will get better in book 2. Still good to read but I found the main character very annoying as in I wish I could slap her annoying. Loved the support characters and the central mystery is brilliant.

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  • Loved it

    I really enjoyed this book. I am eagerly awaiting the next one! Fantastic read with a main character that is well out of the usual age range.

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