Past Forward – A Serial Novel: Episode 4


Past Forward — A Serial Novel: Episode 4 by Chautona Havig

 

 

Past Forward is a serial novel released weekly on Kindle.

Alone without friends or family to comfort her after the death of her mother, Willow Finley’s idyllic life is over—and just beginning.

When Willow Finley awakes on a hot summer morning, she is unprepared for the grief that awaits her. Jerked from a life of isolation with her mother, Willow learns what alone really means when she finds her mother still in her bed, never to awaken again in this life.

From the moment Willow arrives in the police station with her startling announcement, Chad Tesdall fights the friendship he knows he can’t avoid.

Follow as Willow’s story unfolds past forward.

 

 

Past Forward — A Serial Novel: Episode 4 this is just as amusing as any television show. I’ve trying to figure out what’s going to happen next. Just enjoy the revelation of the story.

Episode 4 is a welcomed returned to form. I was apathetic to last week’s episode. This week’s had parts that made me laugh, not so much as they were funny but I made erroneous assumptions. This is what makes it such a joy to read. It makes you see the world differently.

Willow is the driving force behind the novel. But our journey is really with Chad. The episode more than any of the previous ones you see the noticeable changes happening to the character.

Even after four episodes, it still amazes me Chautona Havig shows us how much we take for grant. The one also highlights the differences between country and city life. It’s a question posed to Chad and something he’s going to have to deal with in the future.

 

 

I give Past Forward — A Serial Novel: Episode 4 4 out 5.

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