Death is the new life. Stories about dead teens used to be mainly weepers about beautiful young girls with tragic diseases. Now along with. The story of Madison Stanton, dead of unknown causes at age 17, showcases debut author Huntley’s skill at writing believable scenes of high. Where do we go after we die? For Madison Stanton, she’s somewhere in the vast dark everafter—a place she refers to as “Is”, formless, isolated.

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Well, this was an interesting take on life after death.

IF more of the book was focused on the mystery of Maddy’s death and her relationship with Sandra’s mother, and Gabe, than of her going back to moments in her boring life where she lost things, I would have actually rated 4 stars.

It makes you hope that maybe this is what’ll be there on the other side.

Sounds like quite the eclectic mix, right? Dec 13, Christina White rated it liked it Shelves: This ghost story kind of had me looking over my shoulder as I got the sense that someone was watching. There’s no woo-woo, creepy, haunting kind of stuff. With the help of some ghostlike objects from her eveerafter, she tries to fit the puzzle pieces together for an answer.

We do eventually find out the cause of her death, and it made me want to roll my eyes. It was a tad too dramatic, and ridiculously sad and needless. I seem to gravitate towards the book even after I finished. Hintley the philosophical upbringings the book still manages to have the hidden sparkle of sweet, sad, and sultry. Trivia About The Everafter.

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Open Preview See a Problem? Trust me, the story was flat, I really had a hard time finding the plot interesting, It was mixed together quickly with not a lot of detail, there were no emotions in me, the author did not explore the topic enough, it was a slow build, with secondary characters that never become fully fleshed out, The Everafter doesn’t pack the emotional punch of similar not-quite-dead titles Elsewhere or If I Stay did.


The most heartstopping part of the story was at the end. Madison Stanton is dead and in a sort of limbo where the only things there with her are all the items she lost during her life.

The concept isn’t something I’ve ever read and it’s so intriguing just to think about. May 19, Trisha rated it it was ok Shelves: You turn the last page and go ‘huh, that was interesting! It was just so sad! Immediately after I picked up this book, I had a aky feeling. But she does know this – she is dead. I just finished it. I thought that was one of the best parts of this book.

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All the pain of huntlej and loss… those make you realize how much you love the things you have. Tender, sweet, and still managing to never overstep the boundary of being just too much. It shows the beauty of how important the little things can be, how important things people take for granted everyday can be, whether it’s a first kiss, a charm bracelet, or even physics homework, it’s what happens because of these things, what happens around these things that makes this story come to life, in a way that Maddy can’t anymore.

I like the character immediately and am interested to read more. Still a great read though. Aug 09, Krisanne Stewart rated it it was amazing. Since the items vary with age, we’re brought back to different moments in Madison’s life in no order. Lang und breit The Everafter liegt ein tolles Konzept zugrunde.

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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. P xD Readers who likes to read thriller, scary books or want to read one, this book wasn’t: The story weaves and lingers in a good way.


This is somethin The Everafter was a pleasant surprise. Bear with me here Now I didn’t like this book, but I can’t hate it. And more importantly who killed her? This book was absolutely amazing. Quotes from The Everafter. The only character I halfway felt for was Sharon or Shannon, whatever her name was whose mother was a psycho.

It wrapped up too abruptly. We follow Madison as journeys back to her life from age 4 to the infantile stage of goo-goo ga-ga to her last moments on earth. I didn’t want to put the book down until it ended. That’s how the book starts. The high school class ring my dad insisted buying for me.

To be fair though, I’m pretty sure my 13 year old would, like, tots luv how Amy, like, gets her. Throughout the book she shares childhood memories, and continuously revisits a memory from each year of her lif The Everafter was a peculiar yet exciting read that kept me fascinated with the characters.

Like Madison, I have plenty of possessions that I’ve lost over the years and would love to know what happened to them. 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.

Even a 13 year old girl can read this and be like, Pssshh! As she explores the endless space-like place she’s in, she encounters objects she’s lost in life.

My grandmother’s ring that she gave to me when I was teenager. I enjoyed it while I was inching through traffic everyday getting to hnutley from work, but I’m not sure if it would have been a book I sat down glued to. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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