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You become a part of the story. The story follows Simon who immediately fall for Elizabeth. All they want is to spend the rest of their life together. A future is planned. There are twists and turns to keep you engaged. The ending is not what you expected. I sat up all night reading this book. Once it was over, I wanted more. Jun 16, Nancy rated it it was ok. Strange book - you need to read it to understand the story in the later books, but this one is wierd.
I really loved that this installment in the series takes place in an asylum with all the expected paranormal stuff that goes along with my own personal enhancements regarding said asylums especially during the early "s. I find it fascinating. I was surprised by the change of feel of this one as compared to , but pleasantly so.
I don't typically do "series" books. The time frame is very appealing to me and the initial plot about the stock I really loved that this installment in the series takes place in an asylum with all the expected paranormal stuff that goes along with my own personal enhancements regarding said asylums especially during the early "s. The time frame is very appealing to me and the initial plot about the stock market crash in the first book had me completely enthralled. I have bought and I never buy books when I can get them free the next book in the series the second I finish the one I am reading.
I am completely invested in these characters and I am anxious to see how it all wraps up.
They are easy reads with a good amount of predictability, though not always, I've been surprised a few times. I love how each book has a bit of a different feel or slant. I definitely recommend this series to any reader of historical fiction. Gardner"s writing is descriptive enough to make you feel as if you are walking down Wall Street on the day of the crash without it being exhausting and overdone. I enjoyed the first book in this series, and was looking forward to the second one. I thought the premise stupid and unbelievable, and abandoned the series after reading this book.
Dec 18, Robin rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
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To view it, click here. The sequel to , although the connection is not immediately apparent Simon has been confined to the Massachusetts Asylum for Feeble Minds and Lunatics because he sees things that are going to happen. He meets and falls in love with Elizabeth, another patient, who has split personality disorder.
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With the help of one of the asylum's workers, David, Simon and Elizabeth escape for a few days. Unfortunately, they are recaptured, and are brought back to the asylum. During shock treatment, Simon d The sequel to , although the connection is not immediately apparent During shock treatment, Simon dies, and Elizabeth splits into yet another personality upon hearing of his death.
Simon stays on at the asylum as a ghost. Only David and the other resident ghosts can see him. He decides to wait until Elizabeth joins him, no matter how long it takes. Eventually Elizabeth is released, but she isn't the real Elizabeth. Instead, the third personality, Beth, has taken over, and she is completely crazy and violent.
Through Simon, we discover that Aryl did not die in the boat explosion, but was instead rescued by Elizabeth's father Charles. The family nurses him back to health, but in the process, get him hooked on opium. When Elizabeth's mother realizes that Aryl is in danger from Elizabeth, she tells Charles to take him away. Instead of leaving Aryl in Rockport, Charles takes him to Boston, and life becomes a living hell for Aryl for almost a year This is the oddest of the books in the series.
We are introduced to Simon and Elizabeth, both of whom are residents in a mental health asylum. They fall in love and with the help of a hospital source they escape from the asylum only to be caught again and returned. Simon pays the ultimate price for their short time of freedom while Elizabeth, distraught over Simon's death, shows her darkest side.
She is released to her father's custody and meets up with Aryl Sullivan. Elizabeth and her father bo This is the oddest of the books in the series. Elizabeth and her father both suffer from mental illness which has been controlled by the local witch doctor with opiates to which they have both become addicted. Elizabeth treats Aryl with the opiates and gets him addicted as well.
Aryl somehow leaves the family behind and continues on with his adventures, which are described in another book. Somehow, Elizabeth and her entire family end up dead. This was a very confusing book, and I'm still not sure how it fit into the whole picture. It was an interesting story, but seemed totally non-related to the rest of the series with the exception of this is where Aryl becomes addicted to morphine, which is very significant to the remaining story line.
The characters are so unique and vivid. Now there are spirits who have abilities to talk with the living. The spirits have power to coerce people into doing things if they are weak minded. The book touches on treatments in a mental hospital in , which is why we have such a stigma attached to mental health. The author has a unique and vivid imagination. Two mental health patients fall in love but cannot even talk to each other without fearing what they think is punitive retaliation by th Wow! Two mental health patients fall in love but cannot even talk to each other without fearing what they think is punitive retaliation by the "doctor".
The doctor truly thinks he is helping them.
The couple escapes from the institution with help from a gifted person who works at the institution. Not before, the man promises his love and unending devotion to her. I enjoyed it, I am sure you will. I was extremely excited about reading the next book after I finished but I could not see where this book fit in.
I believed that the author kept the reader at bay too long. However, the pieces did begin to fit together, for the most part. BUT, at the end of the book the reader is dangling over another cliff wondering where the story would go next. I guess it is time for the next book. Another great story in the series I just finished the second book in the series. The books get better with each continuing story. I wasn't sure how this book was related to the series but as I finished, it all made sense. The lives are entwined with the first book. I can't wait to start the third in the series.
This was a strange book. I was able to make the connections to the previous books in the series, but, as it was all centered on and about extra-sensory skills that had other characters convinced of the main characters' lack of mental health. I liked it enough to read it all but didn't like this book as well as the other books in the series. Oct 31, Megan Weiss rated it it was ok Shelves: This one wasn't nearly as good as the first. I don't understand where this side story is supposed to coincide later on with the main plot.
Elizabeth's Heart (The Series, #2) by M.L. Gardner
I'm all for the supernatural and am a believer myself, but it just feels really weird in a series like this. The way it ended seems really far fetched. Hopefully the third one gets back on track. May 08, Zindia Pierson rated it liked it.
It was a strange turn in the series. I am sure it will effect the rest if the series, though not sure how some of the characters will be added in. I liked this book. Otherwise each book leaves you hanging. Lots of loose ends. I thought the first half of this book was absolutely boring! A very clever story! May 07, Mike Seigler rated it it was amazing.
Like it going on to book 3. Jan 22, Kristina rated it really liked it. Mar 16, Zachary rated it really liked it. The first one was ok. This one was a disappointment.
If interested, read my reviews on Goodreads. Aug 01, Erin rated it really liked it. At first I was a little confused because this book did not seem to tie in with the first in the series. But it all comes together in the end! You will want to start immediately after. After I read this book I purchase the entire series See my review of that. Good book You people should just read this book yourselves and write your own review on this novel yourself and I really enjoyed reading this book very much so.
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