Everything

Everything Jol n Edmunds an accomplished and well respected classical violinist dies suddenly and Myla her daughter is convinced she had killed her because she had wished her dead Fiery and charismatic Jol n

  • Title: Everything
  • Author: Carole Wolf
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 321
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jol n Edmunds, an accomplished and well respected classical violinist, dies suddenly and Myla, her daughter, is convinced she had killed her because she had wished her dead Fiery and charismatic Jol n has many guarded secrets, particularly Rachel Cole, her lost true love Rachel unexpectedly crosses Jol n s path and turns her life upside down as they rekindle their romancJol n Edmunds, an accomplished and well respected classical violinist, dies suddenly and Myla, her daughter, is convinced she had killed her because she had wished her dead Fiery and charismatic Jol n has many guarded secrets, particularly Rachel Cole, her lost true love Rachel unexpectedly crosses Jol n s path and turns her life upside down as they rekindle their romance Rachel tries to convince Myla she didn t cause Jol n s death but Myla doesn t believe her and wants to know everything With Rachel s help, Myla pieces together her mother s startling past, all of which leads to the most devastating secret of all herself.

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    1. Amazing!! such a gritty,honest,bold,edgy and painful journey to redemption and then tragedywell written and also highly recommended to everyone!!!

    2. The whole book reads like a memoir.In the first 20% we have a first person narrative from Myla's POV, who at the time is 13 years old, trying to cope with her mother's (Jolán's) decision to file for divorce. More than that, Myla's trying to understand her mother's role in it and why she seems so unattainable sometimes.To make matters worse, comes in a figure of Jolán's past - beautiful poet Rachel. Who is Rachel? Why she affects Jolán so much? When it seems that Myla will finally make sense o [...]

    3. In her latest novel “Everything” Carole Wolf sets out to tell the chronicle of a family, a band and an addiction. Interwoven is a tale of growing up, a love story, a road trip and all of this based on the highs and lows of a brilliant, creative, self destructive woman. At 548 pages it is huge. But it needs every one of those pages to cover such an ambitious tragedy.Ms Wolf’s writing is outstanding. It flows off the page and wraps around your senses, recreating time, place, atmosphere and a [...]

    4. I'll try to write this review without giving too much away, but first I want to say thank you to Carole Wolf for bringing Jolán Elena De Carlo to me. I loved everything (pun intended) about this complex character and gut-wrenching story. Trust me when I say, this is one of "those" books-- the kind that catches your attention right away, twists and turns your emotions, captures your heart and then lets you go, enriched and begging for more by the end.Diving into Everything, I really had no clue [...]

    5. Everything is an amazing tour de force that has the reader at once in shock and in suspense. The book opens with the daughter of a famous classical musician thinking she caused her mother's heart attack. Instead, she soon discovers a mother she never knew.This is a story that takes you down to the depths and dregs of the junkie's life while regaling you with sex, more drugs and the kind of rock 'n roll that made good people die young. Carole Wolf has penned an amazing study of one family's trium [...]

    6. This is not an easy book to read. However, I'm very glad that I got to read it by way of helping the author.I like the descriptive style; and the characters are very well developed, so that I could feel with them and worry about them the more I got to know them. It was quite an emotional roller coaster of ups and downs and in-betweens, which towards the end was rather difficult for me to read, as I could sympathise so very well with the main character.The book is drastic in its portrayal of drug [...]

    7. This was a book I could not put down, and which stuck with me long after I finished it. It is written in two parts, the first giving the reader a look into the life of Jolán De Carlo Edmunds, a successful classical violinist living in Atlanta with her teenage daughter Myla, the story’s narrator. On the surface, all seems pleasantly benign, but Jolán has a world of secrets and a past which she refuses to talk about. You know from the very first line that tragedy will strike, and it strikes ea [...]

    8. This is NOT a light read. Took me a while to finish this despite having tendencies to gobble up books. I might have given up on the story had the outcome not come first (this story is told in a sort of flashback). The story is about a girl who suddenly loses her mother. Through the help of significant people, she discovers that her mother is not at all who she thought she was. The story-telling is phenomenal and if you like the intense stuff, this is definitely for you.Thoughts on the book:(view [...]

    9. "Everything" is a promise that delivers. We start with the end and end at the beginning. There is nothing so telling as the view from the eyes of innocence. The voice of Myla as she retraces the history of a woman she thought she knew, gives the reader an intimate view of love, loss, and addiction. Myla visits the places of darkness and light that her mother kept hidden. The monster, shrouded secretly in the closet, will have a final word. Carole Wolf takes us on a journey of tragic redemption. [...]

    10. My memory is swiss cheese. That being said, I do remember reading this book, but not in what format (pdf, hardcopy etc). This book was very well written and hard to read at times. It left an impression, however, that I'll never forget. That struggle to survive, maintain and still find true love.Thank you for this book.

    11. Carole Wolf's 'Everything' just took me on a ride I won't soon forget It made me laugh, made me angry, and made me cry. I danced, I reveled in the old memories of music and clubs in the 80s & 90s, I simultaneously cheered and wanted to slap the protag up side the head. I fell in love alongside her and felt the heartbreak of loss. An hour after finishing this amazing and superb novel, I'm still having trouble swallowing past the lump in my throat. Drugs, sex, rock-n-roll and a literary trip I [...]

    12. Everything by Carole Wolf: reviews-and-ramblings.dreamwid 2015 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention (5* from at least 1 judge)

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