Forever There For You



[PDF / Epub] ✅ Forever There For You By Chioma Nnani – E17streets4all.co.uk What would you do if your marriage was in trouble, you were afraid for your life and nobody could help you If anyone had told Nadine that she would ever wonder how to leave a toxic marriage, she would What would you do if your marriage was in trouble, you were afraid for your life and nobody could help you If anyone had told Nadine that she would ever wonder how to leave a toxic marriage, she would have called them crazy But with her marriage falling apart at the seams, the London based lawyer realises how unprepared she is for reality The combination of Nadine s background, culture, education, social standing, friendships, faith, experiences and past relationships was meant to equip her to become a success Forever There Kindle - in life Failure is alien to her and love means forgiving at all cost Yet, there are some things that her rich Igbo businessman father and her famous event planner mother didn t teach their only child before sending her to London As she tries to survive and make the most of the curves that life has thrown her, Nadine finds that success is a subjective term Will she beat the odds of surviving an abusive marriage, or work up the courage to leave a toxic relationship with dignity.Forever There For You

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  • Forever There For You
  • Chioma Nnani
  • English
  • 03 January 2018
  • 1908588020

10 thoughts on “Forever There For You

  1. says:

    About a quarter of the way through this book, I had to go back to Netgalley to remind myself what it was supposed to be about Halfway through, I did it again because nothing in the blurb had even started to happen The book is pitched as one about domestic abuse but 50 per cent of the way into the book the protagonist still hasn t even met her husband to be To say it s slow moving is an enormous understatement We re subjected to an incredibly detailed account of privileged 16 year old over About a quarter of the way through this book, I had to go back to Netgalley to remind myself what it was supposed to be about Halfway through, I did it again because nothing in the blurb had even started to happen The book is pitched as one about domestic abuse but 50 per cent of the way into the book the protagonist still hasn t even met her husband to be To say it s slow moving is an enormous understatement We re subjected to an incredibly detailed account of privileged 16 year old over achieving Nigerian schoolgirl moving to a crammer in Oxford and then going to Bristol University to study law I thought it must be a memoir I couldn t believe that anybody writing a novel which this is supposed to be would bother to pad the first half of her book with so much largely irrelevant scene setting At around 55% of the way in, things finally get moving and the abuse soon gets going.For me, the first half of the book is scraping 2 stars The second half is a 3 to 4 At times it s very inciteful, at others, it just seems to play to stereotypes about the treatment of Nigerian women There s a lot of inter tribal racism, some really catty family feuds and way too much pressure from family, church and community on Nadine to stay with her abusive husband I was unconvinced that a women who would tell her mother what was happening would hide the abuse from her closest British friends Once the book gets going, it s thought provoking, asks many difficult questions, and reveals injustice and a lack of support from those who should have been Forever There for You , but on the whole, the book really needed an editor with a red pen to slice out about half of the first 50% of the book The balance between way too much detail in places and barely any in others was rather uncomfortable If I hadn t needed to finish it in order to review it, and if I hadn t known that EVENTUALLY the story had to kick in, I would have ditched this at about the 20% mark There are good things to be said but in this case, it s a clear case that less iswould have been a good principle to follow I received a free copy from Netgalley in return for an honest review

  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A deep book that captures how patriarchy negatively affects most things from marriage to religion, if care isn t taken.Funny, thought provoking, candid, are some of the words that come to mind when reading FTFY Even though Nadine died, the storyline and the backstory for each character was awesome.

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