Wednesday, May 23, 2012

The Everafter

Madison comes to awareness in a strange oblivion known to her only as "Is." Populating this space are various, and seemingly items she doesn't recognize until she touches. Each item carries the memory associated with it. Bit by bit, Madison briefly revisits these memories and pieces together her life. Eventually, she becomes aware that she is dead. But there is no answer here in "Is" as to how that happened. Or is there?

Although a bit hard to get into, The Everafter quickly picks up and draws the reader into the strange plot of a teen trying to solve her seemingly mysterious death. A quick and worthwhile read. --AJL

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