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ISBN:
1593091982
Author:
Suzetta Perkins
Category:
Women's Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Strebor Books; Reprint edition (February 28, 2012)
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EX-Terminator Life After Marriage ALSO BYSUZETTAPERKINS A Love So Deep . All rights reserved Zane, you’re at the top of your game. Thank you for believing in me. Charmaine, you are the best of the best.

EX-Terminator Life After Marriage ALSO BYSUZETTAPERKINS A Love So Deep Behind the Veil Strebor Books . No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means whatsoever. Zane, you’re at the top of your game.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Suzetta Perkins is the author of In My Rearview Mirror, Silver Bullets, Hollywood Skye, Behind the Veil, A Love So Deep, Ex-Terminator: Life After Marriage, Déjà Vu, Nobody Stays the Same, and At the End of the Day. She is also the cofounder and president of the Sistahs Book Club. Visit SuzettaPerkins.

Опубликовано: 16 мая 2009 г. Ex-Terminator: Life after Marriage by Suzetta Perkins; Interviewed by Ella . Ex-Terminator: Life after Marriage by Suzetta Perkins; Interviewed by Ella Curry of EDC Creations. The transition from despair to satisfaction is an emotional, and yet often hilarious road to bump along.

Ex-Terminator brings a fresh view to life after divorce as four women and a man . She is the cofounder and president of the Sistahs Book Club.

Suzetta Perkins is the author of Behind the Veil, A Love So Deep, Déjà Vu, and Nothing Stays the Same. Visit her at SuzettaPerkins.

Suzetta Perkins is the author of In My Rearview Mirror, Silver Bullets, Hollywood Skye, Behind the Veil, A Love So Deep, Ex-Terminator: Life After Marriage, Déjà Vu, Nobody Stays the Same, and At the End of the Day. Series: Zane Presents.

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EX-Terminator: Life After Marriage" is a fine piece of urban fiction, highly recommended to community library .

EX-Terminator: Life After Marriage" is a fine piece of urban fiction, highly recommended to community library collections catering to them. Suzetta Perkins did a wonderful job with this book, I definitley recommend this book to anyone that has ever gone through a divorce or is trying to overcome or just if you want a heartwarming read. The story flows and you are able to feel the pain and the joy of each one of these characters.

Anemotionalandsometimeshilariousviewoflifeafterdivorceasfourladiesandagentlemanattempttomakethetransitionfromdespairtosatisfaction—now in mass market paperback.The transition from despair to satisfaction is an emotional, and yet often hilarious road to bump along. Ex-Terminator brings a fresh view to life after divorce as four women and a man struggle to move beyond their feelings of loss, failure, and abandonment, in order to establish a sense of normalcy and discover who they really are again.Can new love be found, even while the old still lingers and haunts everyday thoughts and actions? As these brokenhearted people form a support group to shore each other up in the midst of their stormy lives, little do they know how much they will come to mean to one another, or how each one will be changed by the healing they discover. The bonds of marriage are painful to shatter, but those that are rebuilt in the wake of such a disaster prove stronger than anyone ever expected.This powerful novel explores the perils of the nation’s rapidly growing divorce rate and how different people handle their losses. There are no boundaries between those who share the same pain, and Suzetta Perkins shows how divorce can bring people together no matter what gender or ethnic lines might have existed before.
  • greed style
The book was recommended by my book club, so at first, lots of charters to remember.
It got off and I enjoyed the book, good discussion in our club and will consider her next
two books. The idea was great, uplifting and I want to do the same idea in the book.
A good read and kept me going after I got into it. I recommend this to everyone.
You learn and grow from reading.
  • Dikus
This book was okay but not what I was thinking. I did like the different stories around 5 different peoples experiences with divorce
  • Uste
Sylvia St. James' husband told her she was fat and he did not want to be married to her anymore. He left and reunited with his ex-wife. After several months of nightmares about their final conversation, she began to make steps to heal and rejoice in her newly single status. Sylvia gathered together several other divorced women to form a support group. In Suzetta Perkins' third novel, EX-terminator, Life After Marriage, the women learn things about themselves and each other. Through trials and tribulations, joy and sorrow, and for better or worse, the members of the Ex-Files support group find that life does indeed go on after divorce.

The original members of the Ex-Files are Sylvia, Claudette, Ashley, Mona, Rachel and the lone male, Marvin. Claudette, a hair stylist and a business owner, has been divorced from her husband for several years. She needs the support of the group when a horrible accident affects her business. Ashley is the lone Caucasian in the group. Her marriage is over and she is preparing to raise her unborn child alone with the group's support, that is until her controlling ex returns. Mona was only married for two years to a man who was only using her for a green card. Her hasty marriage to this man caused her to be estranged from her parents. Mona is going home to make amends even though Hurricane Katrina is baring down on New Orleans. Rachel is newly divorced from husband number three and is quite surprised when prospective husband number four appears, but her insecurities may cause the man to return to the arms of his ex-wife. Marvin, is also an ex, and that status alone meets the requirements to be a member of the group. He needs support too. And so the lone male is inducted to the group and brings his own masculine drama.

As with any group of women, there is drama. Ms Perkins does not disappoint, because the women of the Ex-Files bicker about everything. Each is very opinionated and not afraid to tell what they think of each others actions. Through all the bickering, they remain very close friends. Apologies are made and accepted, then they move on. When needed, these women will drop everything to support each other during trying times. As the Ex-Files expands, some new members are welcomed with open arms and others force their way in, but they all get what they come for and that is support and friendships. Reading how the group comes togerher to support each other in their darkest moments will remind you that there is some good in everyone. Prayer, love and understanding can be just what the doctor ordered.

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  • Thordira
I absolutely hate being the first one to give this book a review less than a 4. :-( Pros and cons listed below.

Pros:
SEX (Or the lack there of, which actually turns out to be a good thing).
This novel is published as a "Zane Presents" novel, yet an overly aggressive use of sex, which is very common in Zane¡¦s books, is astonishingly absent from this novel. Most authors who associate themselves with Zane use sex too excessively in their books, which isn¡¦t surprising, because that is how Zane writes. I applaud Zane for finally connecting with someone for once that does not do this.
However, I feel that Perkins could have still successfully sold this story without attaching Zane to her name. Personally I would have been happier to see that. Her writing is of a better and it seems like she settled. Oh well.

WELL WRITTEN
Perkins is a good writer. Unfortunately, good writers are harder to come by nowadays. Just because something is commercial literature (which this book would fall under) doesn't mean its okay for it to be poorly written. E.L. James needs to have a talk with Perkins. Fifty Shades of Grey is the worst book I have read this year.

Cons:
TOO COINCIDENTAL TO SEEM REALISTIC
There are too many coincidences in this novel, especially toward the end. I must refrain from fully explaining because doing so would result in me telling you what is going to happen. Books are supposed to be imaginative and events uncommon in real life make the story interesting. However, when done too much, it just comes off as unrealistic.

ATTENTION GIVEN TO CHARATERS
The summary on the back of the book states "four women and one man will bond." However there is a fifth woman who plays another supporting character. In my opinion, her story was actually one of the more interesting one's, yet it was not heavily focused on. This book is marketed for a certain audience and she does not fit that description, which may be why she was a fifth minor character. Who knows, maybe she is focused on in the sequel.

The woman with the most boring story (Mona), got too many pages of this book. Her life and the people she ran into, especially near the end of the book, were too coincidental.

TOO FAST
Relationships, whether they are friendships, romantic, or family, all seem to move at an unrealistic pace. On one page these women meet, and a few pages later they are acting like lifelong best friends. I see this a lot in novels. Too Much of a Good Thing by J.J. Murray had a romance which I think traveled too quickly to seem the least bit realistic.

Why don't more writers have their novels travel over a more realistic time frame? No, it would not have to result in a book as long as an encyclopedia. There could merely be a page that says "Two Years Later" for instance. It is possible that writers feel like it takes away from the steady flow of the novel. Maybe that is why it is rarely done.

Yes I Will Read the Sequel:
The characters' circumstances by the end of the novel seem like ones that will make a more interesting story.
  • AfinaS
Meet Sylvia St. James, recently divorced because her husband wakes up one day and decides that he doesn't want to be married to her anymore. She is in a state of depression but she decides that she is gonna get beyond this by starting a support group for divorced women and men. In the group you will meet Sylvia, Mona, Rachel, Ashley, Claudette, and Marvin each of them join the group and they encounter more than just group support they encounter love, friendship and the meaning of family. Each of them have personal battles that they try and overcome with the help of these people, trying to shake the emotional baggage that they have from their divorced spouses to learn to heal and find themselves again.

Suzetta Perkins did a wonderful job with this book, I definitley recommend this book to anyone that has ever gone through a divorce or is trying to overcome or just if you want a heartwarming read. The story flows and you are able to feel the pain and the joy of each one of these characters.