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The Afterlife Series Box Set (Books 1-3) by [Rose, Willow]
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The Afterlife Series Box Set (Books 1-3) Kindle Edition

4.1 out of 5 stars 62 customer reviews

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Willow Rose is an Amazon ALL-star Best-selling author. She writes Mystery/Suspense/Horror, Paranormal Romance, and Fantasy. She is inspired by authors like James Patterson, Agatha Christie, Stephen King, Anne Rice, and Isabel Allende. She lives on Florida's Space Coast with her husband and two daughters. When she is not writing or reading, you'll find her surfing and watching the dolphins play in the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. She has sold more than a million books.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 6180 KB
  • Print Length: 708 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AFHHMRC
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 62 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,960 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Being released as a boxset I would have hoped the third would be the final part. However it isn't and now I'm left with some very important but unanswered questions!
Definitely a young adult book, but much closer to the adult than the young. There were a few small parts I was uncomfortable reading, that I don't think a younger reader would really understand the implications of.
Aside from that they were a good read, a strong religious theme throughout obviously, but nothing preachy.
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Very simplistic story that seemed like Harry Potter in a school for ghosts with many similar plot elements, but worst was that nothing was really explained - things that ghost can/can't touch, eating, etc. - just lacked any real thought to me.
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I liked this book a lot. The Young Adult books coming out these days are a lot better than the books which came out whilst I was growing up. The only downside, the reason I did not give it full stars is because it reminds me of another book which has a boy called Harry in. It is good to think that this might actually happen, that the afterlife is another beginning for us.
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The way the story is being told, it almost makes one think that it could be the chronicles of someone who has passed "to the other side"? It is, sometimes, a sort of comparison between people still on Earth, and how much better "life" becomes after one dies. Occasionally it talks about, or mentions in different ways, some of the more traditional beliefs held by people at various points in their lives. For example, it would be fairly obvious to most people that when one goes to Heaven, you cannot take your body with you, mainly because it has exceeded it's use-by-date in lots of different ways. That much, everyone knows. In the story, one's "heavenly" body seems to consist of some sort of a liquid type substance, which has an unusual consistency, and it can be seen and even touched by others. It's a little difficult to describe so I can only suggest that if you are at all interested, buy it yourself and form your own opinion.
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By Fee on 11 April 2013
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once I got past the initial Harry-Potter-but-spirits-not-wizards feel I really got into the story. mike annoyed the hell out of me and was possessive and in that case reminded me of Edward Cullen. apart from that I thought the story concept was good and really made you think of the afterlife and if that could potentially happen, some aspects I believe would happen, but the whole spirit school not so much. I am not religious in the slightest in fact I am on the fence on the whole god thug, but it did make me think a bit more about the whole afterlife thing.
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As others have previously stated this is a Harry Potter clone. This in itself is not necessarily a bad thing, but in this case it comes across as very simplistic and with cardboard cut-out characters.
With long series I sometimes take a break part way through but I can't remember the last time I stopped part way through a book with no intention of coming back to it.

If you have any views on Christianity other than blind faith then this book is probably not for you.
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This book was a little like Harry potter books for spirits with a very jealous and possessive boyfriend thrown in. I began to detest the Mick character more and more. She was a rather weak heroine. Still I enjoyed it especially the last book. I will still read the last book as lots of unanswered questions. Should have been part of the boxset it annoyed me having to buy the last book separately
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The stories followed so you never got lost. Fascinating look to the thought of life beyond.. character's varied and parts magical. So enjoyed these vacant wait for next.
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