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My Life Hereafter Kindle Edition
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From the first chapter I was somehow invested in the story, and although there were a few jolts, and despite my few sympathies for Sunel (the lead character), Ferreira painted a world of shifting fantasy that at times made me wonder whether I was truly reading a paranormal novel, or one of magic and adventure.
All in all, a great read with a sub textual message that the readers will have to interoperate themselves.
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My only problem was I wanted more of the G.A. Academy. I love the idea of it. I feel like this could be a whole other book, about someone going to school there and what their afterlife is like once they graduate. I was a little disappointed not to have more of this, but then again, perhaps it will be (or already is?) a future book. That said, I did enjoy the direction this book went in, and the journey of the friends to the other side.
This book started off quickly and gained my attention immediately. The plot stayed fast-paced throughout the entirety of the read and I rarely got bored. The main character, Sunel, was a likable and believable character. The majority of teenage girls will be able to relate to the emotions Sunel felt throughout the book.
The romantic relationship in this book could have been enhanced a little more because it felt rushed and unbelievable. I wish it was developed more in order to establish a well-rounded relationship between the characters. Fleshing this out part of the plot would have made the romance more authentic.
Overall, this story is a great read for anyone who likes life-after-death stories with relatable characters and a swift plot.
Reviewed by a LitPick student book reviewer Age:17