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Really unique book on life after death Not going to spoil anything but what I loved about it was the ending I was afraid the author was going to pull one of those cheesy Happily Ever After endings, which wouldn t have fit the book at ALL But no, it was handled beautifully, it left me with a bittersweet feeling inside, and I was nodding when I closed the book, thinking yes, that s exactly how it should be I loved it Highly recommended. Okay, this book creeped me out just a little bit,towards the middle to the end, but I was definitely creeped out The Everafter by Amy Huntley is a supernatural, ya mystery romance coupled with a ghost story Sounds like quite the eclectic mix, right Well no worries, it all blends very well together and takes you on a journey of the afterlife as Huntley perceives it Madison Stanton is sure about one thing, she is dead and in a place she calls is, which is an oblivion where lost things Okay, this book creeped me out just a little bit,towards the middle to the end, but I was definitely creeped out The Everafter by Amy Huntley is a supernatural, ya mystery romance coupled with a ghost story Sounds like quite the eclectic mix, right Well no worries, it all blends very well together and takes you on a journey of the afterlife as Huntley perceives it Madison Stanton is sure about one thing, she is dead and in a place she calls is, which is an oblivion where lost things swirl around her spirit As she captures these items and holds them, it takes Maddy back to the moment when she lost the object As long as the object remains lost, she can continue to return to that time in her life In her new existence she revisits random times in her life from infancy but never past the age of seventeen So you wonder, did she die at seventeen How did she die Why was another ghost apologizing to Maddy Andimportantly who killed her Was it Tammy the drug dealer The crazy ex girlfriend of her boyfriend Gabriel Her best friend s mother The final scene takes her to the moment of her death, and the ending is climactic and riveting The epilogue will leave you with the perfect sense of closure with a hint of regret for the final character in the book.Great story that has you pondering the existence of life after death, what that might look like and where do we come from considering the basic law of Physics claims that energy is neither created nor destroyed This ghost story kind of had me looking over my shoulder as I got the sense that someone was watching Creepy, but good creepy The Everafter is one of those books that defies summarization It s neither boring nor particularly compelling The writing is simple, yet the concept is complex and alluring.Madison is neither alive nor dead She begins consciousness lacking memories, physical form, or words and yet she is Distracted by a perceived brightness, Madison happens upon random objects that she understands as past possessions that she once lost These lost objects are scattered across is and are able to transport The Everafter is one of those books that defies summarization It s neither boring nor particularly compelling The writing is simple, yet the concept is complex and alluring.Madison is neither alive nor dead She begins consciousness lacking memories, physical form, or words and yet she is Distracted by a perceived brightness, Madison happens upon random objects that she understands as past possessions that she once lost These lost objects are scattered across is and are able to transport Madison to the time when she lost the item Over the course of the book, we see Madison at various life stages and gradually assume her memories It doesn t take long to discover that Madison s memories don t extend beyond the age of 17, therefore making us aware that Madison s life must have ended at 17, but how I ll be honest, I didn t find any of these characters particularly affecting They were likeable enough, but they didn t pop off the pages Madison s life was ordinary and when the end came, I couldn t cry over its loss However, I found the author s concept of life after death fascinating The thought that we all continually exist in various planes both in life and death simultaneously is unbelievably comforting and makes thoughts of death seem like less of a loss Well, I chewed this one up and spit it out I didn t want to put the book down until it ended This is such a different story, an interesting and fascinating view of what death could be like and dealing with change and letting go You want Maddy to find out how she died yet you don t want to find out how she died because you re afraid that will be the end for her READ IT You will not be disappointed Thanks for the great review and recommendation Mrs Stewart The first thing I d like to say about The Everafter is that it s unique and I loved reading it It s different than anything I ve ever read before, and I ll never forget it Amy Huntley s creativity and originality shines in this novel.The novel is based on a girl, Madison, and she is dead She is dead and bored Bored, because she is trapped in a space that she calls Is Is is the empty space that she is in And when Is presents her with objects she lost when she was alive, she is able to go ba The first thing I d like to say about The Everafter is that it s unique and I loved reading it It s different than anything I ve ever read before, and I ll never forget it Amy Huntley s creativity and originality shines in this novel.The novel is based on a girl, Madison, and she is dead She is dead and bored Bored, because she is trapped in a space that she calls Is Is is the empty space that she is in And when Is presents her with objects she lost when she was alive, she is able to go back to the moment she lost the item and relive it Madison thrives on these objects and memories They allow her to see Gabe, her family and her best friend.I loved the idea of The Everafter, especially being able to relive moments after dying When the novel travels back to a certain time, there s no knowing what could happen Some of the objects took her back to times that were funny, sad, confusing, and or happy All of the memories were easily enjoyable, in my opinion.And now to my favorite part The ending I know what you re thinking when you see that The ending What was she happy for The novel to end No I love the ending so much because there is a very big event that happens then, and it is a shocker So props to Amy for writing such an amazing debut novel I m sure everyone will love Amy and her writing immediately I know I did, and I ll be looking forward to her future works Well, this was an interesting take on life after death Here, you sort of float in a space that s empty of everything except for what you lost over the course of your life, reliving your memories by interacting with those objects Lost keys Touch them to see where and how and why you lost them It was this concept that got me to read this book It was just so unusual that I had to see how it played out.As it turned out, the concept was the best part This is the sort of book that s really, real Well, this was an interesting take on life after death Here, you sort of float in a space that s empty of everything except for what you lost over the course of your life, reliving your memories by interacting with those objects Lost keys Touch them to see where and how and why you lost them It was this concept that got me to read this book It was just so unusual that I had to see how it played out.As it turned out, the concept was the best part This is the sort of book that s really, really light on plot Even for a short book, it felt meandering, wandering from one memory to the next without any sort of attempt to build a story It sof a character portrait than anything else The shame of that is that most of the characters are really quite ordinary, and not terribly interesting Nothing against the main character, Madison, but she s kind of boring to read about The one interesting thing about her life is actually her best friend s mother I would have much rather read a book from Sandra s perspective that dealtcompletely with her clinging, codependent, seemingly Munchausen affected mother.That said, Madison s relationship with her boyfriend, Gabriel, was sweet and realistic In fact, I d say that Huntley has a knack for writing relationships in general Friends, family, boyfriends, they all were written in a very convincing way The dialog, too, made sense for these characters.There are serious loose ends left over Some don t bother me, and some do, but there are plenty view spoiler Did Dana really intentionally hit her Did somebody intentionally kill her cat If so, who What happened to Sandra s mother afterwards And of course, there s the question of what s waiting in the next stage of the afterlife hide spoiler It kept the ending from being entirely satisfactory But then again, the book as a whole wasn t entirely satisfactory, so I guess it fits There is so much to like about this poignant little novel about life, death, loss, and love It had hooked me from the first sentence and swept me along until I found myself at the end in one sitting I have a passive interest in theoretical physics, and so I especially enjoyed the quantum theory that was woven into the story Okay, so maybe most high school chemistry teachers aren t going to launch into a lecture on wave particle duality, but I still ate it up This is one of the best novels I There is so much to like about this poignant little novel about life, death, loss, and love It had hooked me from the first sentence and swept me along until I found myself at the end in one sitting I have a passive interest in theoretical physics, and so I especially enjoyed the quantum theory that was woven into the story Okay, so maybe most high school chemistry teachers aren t going to launch into a lecture on wave particle duality, but I still ate it up This is one of the best novels I have read in recent memory It makes me want to better myself, live life to the fullest, and remember that even if I have regrets, each one of them have shaped me into who I am today The Everafter is one of those books that sticks with you after you read it You turn the last page and go huh, that was interesting.The story is told from the point of view of Madison Madison s dead She doesn t know how she died, or where she is, or even who she is at first She just is She s not a body or a person butlike a ball of energy As she explores the endless space like place she s in, she encounters objects she s lost in life When she touches one, she s sucked back to that The Everafter is one of those books that sticks with you after you read it You turn the last page and go huh, that was interesting.The story is told from the point of view of Madison Madison s dead She doesn t know how she died, or where she is, or even who she is at first She just is She s not a body or a person butlike a ball of energy As she explores the endless space like place she s in, she encounters objects she s lost in life When she touches one, she s sucked back to that moment in her life where she lost it The items vary from keys to jewelry, homework to a rattle Since the items vary with age, we re brought back to different moments in Madison s life in no order She goes from toddler to teenager to adolescent, even baby which is kind of creepy to read The concept isn t something I ve ever read and it s so intriguing just to think about Death and what comes after is such a huge mystery and this version is almostwistful You can feel Madison s longing as she remembers what it s like to be alive and how much she misses her parents, best friend and boyfriend All she s got is these rare moments that she lost something, and though they weren t important in life, they re so meaningful in death On top of that, she s trying to find out how she died and she s so confused It was just so sad Madison s death isn t revealed until the end and it s a shocker , so you re constantly thinking of all the possibilities along with Madison She comes into contact with other people who are also dead that give her direction in terms of discovering what she can do with her lost memories and how she can unlock the moment of her death Until she does that, she can t move into the Everafter, a mysterious place that sounded beautiful, where you re happy and everyone you love is with you Beautiful is how I d describe this book Beautiful and imaginative and intriguing and sad but in a smile through your tears sort of way It s one that makes you wonder I m absolutely terrified of death and what comes after, but The Everafter makes it seem not so scary It makes you hope that maybe this is what ll be there on the other side.At the end, there s also an extra page or two from another character 2 actually that played an important role, and you find out their actions had a huge impact in how Maddy s and this person s life played out, and it s one of those smiling tears scenes again Sniff so sad Bottom LineThe Everafter s a hopeful glimpse into what the afterlife could be Madison s trying to figure out how she died and learns a lot about herself and others along the way It s definitely got its sad moments but there are also moments of joy and in the end you really just hope for the best for Maddy and her loved ones If you re a fan of ghost stories or mysteries or any sort of speculative fiction please check this one out, it s fascinating (Download Pdf) ⚡ The Everafter Ä Madison Stanton doesn t know where she is or how she got there But she does know this she is dead And alone in a vast, dark space The only company Maddy has in this place are luminescent objects that turn out to be all the things she lost while she was alive And soon she discovers that, with these artifacts, she can reexperience and even change moments from her lifeHer first kissA trip to Disney WorldHer sister s weddingA disastrous sleepoverIn reliving these moments, Maddy learns illuminating and frightening truths about her life and death Frank Williams dark space The only company Maddy has in this place are luminescent objects that turn out to be all the things she lost while she was alive And soon she discovers that Why the Allies Won with these artifacts Being Sam Frears she can reexperience and even change moments from her lifeHer first kissA trip to Disney WorldHer sister s weddingA disastrous sleepoverIn reliving these moments Homing Instinct Maddy learns illuminating and frightening truths about her life and death This is a fiction book This is a fiction book This is a fiction book.I was constantly having to remind myself this was just story otherwise this would have been extremely depressing.Bear with me here I m not trying to get all religious on you But, man I can t imagine thinking that all was waiting for me in the afterlife was objects I had lost over here and brief moments with the scene where I had lost them I can t imagine an IS that doesn t have some sort of superior power To be a This is a fiction book This is a fiction book This is a fiction book.I was constantly having to remind myself this was just story otherwise this would have been extremely depressing.Bear with me here I m not trying to get all religious on you But, man I can t imagine thinking that all was waiting for me in the afterlife was objects I had lost over here and brief moments with the scene where I had lost them I can t imagine an IS that doesn t have some sort of superior power To be a book about afterlife without a God of some sort felt a little like What s the point.To die at a young age is a serious matter and this book is just too fluffy It is an emotional subject so how in the world this author just wrote this and I didn t feel hardly anything for the main character is beyond me Given personal reasons it doesn t take me much to get all sappy or atleast teary eyed when reading about teen death, but this just didn t do it for me.Blah.The only character I halfway felt for was Sharon or Shannon, whatever her name was whose mother was a psycho But, I hated her epilouge And, I have to ask why did you choose to put something that looks like ovaries on your book cover Mrs Huntley 2.5 starsP.S who killed her flipping cat