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I Thirst Summary µ 105 Ê ★ I Thirst PDF / Epub ✈ Author Gina Marinello-Sweeney – Citybells.co.uk When Rebecca receives a mysterious note from an unknown source she has no idea how it will change her life Twenty year old Rebecca Veritas is used to being different but has never felt extraordinary S When Rebecca receives a mysterious note froI Thirst PDF / Epub Author Gina Marinello Sweeney Citybells.co.uk When Rebecca receives a mysterious note from an unknown source she has no idea how it will change her life Twenty year old Rebecca Veritas is used to being different but has never felt extraordinary S When Rebecca receives a mysterious note from an unknown source she has no idea how it will change her life T.

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Inspiration the two writers embark on an incredible journey to a new world in the form of a story that will ultimately parallel their own lives Yet as the story progresses events remain ever shrouded in mystery When unexpected circumstances in the real world throw their lives in disarray it will be up to Rebecca to find the true meaning of Intermission before the curtain closes on the final act..

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I ThirstWenty year old Rebecca Veritas is used to being different but has never felt extraordinary She is a Dreamer living in a world of poetry intermixed with the antics of her uniue family and eccentric best friend Adriana When she meets Peter a young student from Canada who seems somehow to understand her from the start her perception changes With Intermission the single word in that mysterious note as.

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  • Karen Boyce

    I Thirst Summary µ 105 I ThirstThis is not your usual Lenten study book Sweeney presents a deep and thoughtful look into the heart of sacrifice and the meaning of Christ’s suffering and passion but it is not blatant It has to be teased out The chapters give hints to the meaning and intent of the author by beginning with a chapter named “Ash Wednesda


  • Gina Marinello-Sweeney

    I Thirst Summary µ 105 I ThirstPlease note This is NOT the author's reviewA 5 star review by a fan of I THIRST Inspiring Review by Seytara This novel is absolutely beautiful By the end I was left feeling so peaceful and nostalgic It reminds me so much of growing up and being in the company of my closest friendsAnd to elaborate on a previous review it tells the story in a fashion that's halfway between poetry and a personal diary all the while remaining literary in almost a Victorian manner I always wondered how Jane Aus


  • Theresa

    I Thirst Summary µ 105 I ThirstWhen first asked to read and review I Thirst I thought from the title that it was a spiritual reading and a personal reflection type book Something I read but don't really review It was only at a second look at the reuest that I noticed the words Catholic Fiction and agreed to it Now I will officially step onto my soapbox Jumping in instead of I Thirst as the title the word Intermission would have fit the plot and general style of story much better The main characters are young college students dealing with that lovely in between phase where so much can be in flux Gina


  • Anna Elizabeth

    I Thirst Summary µ 105 I Thirst One could say that Rebecca is living an ordinary life going to college and living at home with her parents and brother in the United States But when she meets the Canadian Peter she does not realize that a beautiful and wonderful friendship is ahead of herThe first thing that struck me as than ordinary in this book were the vibrant descriptions Even if the story had been ordinary the descriptions that painted pictures in my mind and were never uninteresting would have made up for itWhen I started reading this book I was expecting a romance However I was surprised to find a friendship s


  • Donna

    I Thirst Summary µ 105 I ThirstIn I Thirst we meet college student Rebecca Veritas at Ash Wednesday Mass During offertory she receives a mysterious note that though s


  • Anne

    I Thirst Summary µ 105 I ThirstI THIRST was a delight to read The characters are true to life believable people that the reader comes to know and love Readers will find many experiences to which they can relate The concept of true friendship is thoroughly explored Although serious topics are addressed the author’s sense of humor is apparent throughout the story Her characters are loveable and often humorous “There is an unspoken pact between best friends that stipulates the following To induce laughter all you have to do is look at your partner in crime even in the absence of said crime” p7


  • Sarah

    I Thirst Summary µ 105 I ThirstI've been long overdue to read this after reading it's seuel first That stood on its own well enough but now I get to see why Peter was so important among other plot detailsThe story from the beginning was well and good Maybe what our dear Gilbert Blythe would call high fluty mumbo jumbo but I don't mind that The authoress Anne Shirley Rebecca Veritas and I seem to be kindred spirits so it's just my cup of tea I was reveling in the beauty poetry Catholicism goodness and wholesomeness of it all when something very deep


  • Josh Baker

    I Thirst Summary µ 105 I ThirstAs a reader I love those rare instances where a story blossoms into something unexpected and sends you on an adventure you never saw coming Where you are genuinely surprised at what has unfolded over the course of a few short chapters and end up loving it “I Thirst” provides one of those ‘Wow what a cool story’ experiences The author easily hooks the reader into the youthful world of Rebecca and her best friend Adriana through believable conversation inside jokes and the playful innocence adults long for Rebecca befriends a mysterious church usher named Peter Through guarded yet flirty conversations the two discover they have much in com


  • Cynthia

    I Thirst Summary µ 105 I ThirstI liked this book 3 stars on Goodreads 4 stars on even though it is not a style I typically read I purchased it knowing that from its reviews At times the language reminded me a little of Margaret Atwood Donna Tartt and Sylvia Plath yet it often has characteristics of YA which I read a lot Prose sometimes takes the form of verse as I've seen in some recent YA and some true verse is in Spanish a language I love but need to bone up on I normally don't read prologues and seldom epilogues but read both in this book particularly curious about the prologue which won an award I thought the prologue was good although the author might have described the picture frame as containing a photo of a young boy to give the reader that light bulb moment later The epilogue provided a glimmer of hope for future romance that I expect from contemporary YA This


  • Leslea Wahl

    I Thirst Summary µ 105 I ThirstI Thirst is the story of college student Rebecca and the young man she meets who deeply affects her life The story is set during Lent and I enjoyed seeing their friendship grow during those 40 days There is a lot to enjoy in this uniue Catholic Young Adult novel from the delightfully uirky Rebecca the easy going banter she enjoys with her best friend the kind and slightly mysterious Peter to