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The Everafter by Amy Huntley
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Aug 09, 10

Read in August, 2010

oh my goodness. chewed this one and spit it out. I started going to a chiropractor last Friday to try and fix some issues, and started this book while waiting. The doctor had to tell me it was time to put the book down and come on back. Today I asked if I could please read while I did my lower back stretches on the ball since I only had 40 pages left! The answer was no! I just finished it. Loved every page of it. I know I am relatively new to YA Fantasy, but I haven't seen this premise before. Maddy is dead. On page 1. That's how the book starts. She would like to find out how she died. With the help of some ghostlike objects from her life, she tries to fit the puzzle pieces together for an answer. This is a book I will talk about to anyone who will listen, because it just makes you think: Will it be like that? Are there ghosts here in this room right now?

Can't WAIT for my students to start reading this book. LOVED LOVED LOVED IT! I wish there were more than 5 stars to give this book!
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message 1: by Sydney (new)

Sydney so does it start with a ghost? Is the whole story about ghosts??


Cheney After reading your review I can't wait to start reading this book!!! Hope it's a good one! After finishing Mockingjay, I find it hard to want to start a new book...in mourning of a wonderful series. By the way, have you read Everlost? It has a premise kind of like The Everafter and is a great read!


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