The Everafter

The Everafter

Book - 2009
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After her death, seventeen-year-old Maddy finds a way to revisit moments in her life by using objects that she lost while she was alive, and by so doing she tries to figure out the complicated emotions, events, and meaning of her existence.
Publisher: New York : Balzer + Bray, c2009
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780061776809
9780061776793
Branch Call Number: TEEN FIC Hun
Characteristics: 244 p. ; 22 cm

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ChristchurchLib Aug 05, 2014

"From the very first line ("I'm dead"), The Everafter pulls you into the afterlife of 17-year-old Madison, who can't remember exactly who she is or how she died. All she knows is that her spirit lives on, floating in a boundless void, surrounded by objects that she lost when she was alive. Touching each object allows Madison to re-experience a moment of her life, bringing her memories back and presenting her with a unique opportunity: to investigate her own death. If you enjoy carefully constructed mysteries filled with friendship, romance, and heartbreak, don't miss this inventive supernatural debut." Teen Scene August 2014 newsletter http://www.libraryaware.com/996/NewsletterIssues/ViewIssue/901904f0-2498-4d63-9444-9269c2947502?postId=1ec4cbf0-86db-49f7-95ca-d750f797014b

lbarkema Jun 19, 2014

I really liked this book- the way it was told, the writing. It was simplistic, but in a really good way. A fascinating way to look at the possibilities that await us in the afterlife.

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lauraax
Aug 05, 2013

This book was very interesting, and sad. But amazing!

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ChocolateMocha
Jan 17, 2013

This was a very good book. The concept of the afterlife that the author had was also very interesting

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Haven0406
Mar 04, 2012

i really enjoyed this book. i seriously just couldn't stop flippin pages lol

JasmineAurora Feb 18, 2012

Such an interesting book with such an interesting concept. I had to keep reading. I had to know what happened and what everything meant.

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dprodrig
Jul 25, 2011

I found the concept of this author's perception of what might happen after death more interesting than the story itself. I thought the way the teen died was bizarre.

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Hanmac_0
Jun 28, 2011

review#3:the everafter; by amy Huntley

Madison Stanton,is dead.She doesn't know how or why but she's dead she is now in is.The abyss that just IS.In this abyss she can relive moments where she has lost items that she never found something that can indicate who she was before she passed away.she looks through these items and speaks to so friends that have died also, putting her life together piece by piece.when she realizes what happened to cause her death she hopes she can then go to the everafter a place where the souls of the dead go to live eternally.This was an awesome book i couldn't put it down suspense action and true love.READ IT!!!!!it's amazing!!!

ECRoth Apr 19, 2011

I loved this book. It was so sad, but so intresting the way the author told the story. I wanted to start crying maybe 50 times because it was so sad. But is is such a good book, I woul cry if you didn't read this book.

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thuang26
Aug 06, 2010

A fascinating story that will take you in to the book and hit you straight on with the unsuspected ending.

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Oluwaseni
Jul 11, 2013

This book is about a girl who died and she gets a chance to see her past life. In the last chapters she finds out she could save herself from dying.

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