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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As the novel starts to close, Madison develops into a much mature character, than the 17 year old she was before.
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The demographic for this book is mostly young adult and based on what genre you perfer ,the appeal for this book is the book blurb and for some maybe the front cover may be appealing but personally i think it was the tittle and the cover that draged me in and how interesting it looked.
Nothing against the main character, Madison, but she’s kind of boring to read about.
There seems to be more scenes of these two than most. Is is the empty space that she is in. Aug 09, Shannon rated it liked it Shelves: You turn the last page and go ‘huh, that was interesting!
I was constantly having to remind myself this was just story otherwise this would have been extremely depressing. Five stars doesn’t even begin to cover it.
Not mentally stimulating or challenging. But overall it was a great book and a fantastic read.
Lists with This Book. Huntley’s vision of “Is” reminds me a lot of a story I wrote in high school, though I didn’t think to incorporate lost objects.
Madison can’t remember when or how she died and she hopes that by reliving all the moments of the lost items she’ll be able to solve the mystery and move on. Sverafter would highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in romance, or those who like reading different points of views from different characters types of reads.
Will it be like that? The writing is simple, yet the concept is complex and alluring. There are serious loose ends left over.
And the book left me feeling a little Madison thrives on these objects and memories. The reason all of this is depressing is because it makes you question the point of living if everyone is so happy in death. Open Preview See a Problem? My Vidal Sassoon hair brush that I had an attachment to. So yeah, this sends my head into an not happy place, and gives me the same fears of “what if there’s nothing, just emptiness and blankness everywhere” that used to grip me as a child lying in bed at night.
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.
But then again, the book as a whole everfter entirely satisfactory, so I guess it fits. Let me get this straight.
Well, this was an interesting take on life after death. It started off with Madison realizing that she was dead. The Everafter was a pleasant surprise. Amy Huntly 6 12 Jun 05, The Everafter talks of the afterlife hence the title and what to expect. I love the ending so much because there is a very big event that happens then, and it is a shocker.
Amy Huntley more then just outdoes herself with this book. Oct 14, Julie Kagawa rated it it was amazing.