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The Everafter

theeverafter.jpgHow could you resist an opening like this? “I’M DEAD. Not by-parents-told-me-to-be-home-by-twelve-and-it’s-two-o’clock-now dead. Just dead. Literally. I think.”
In The Everafter (Balzar & Bray, 2009) by Amy Huntley, Madison doesn’t know where she is or how she got to what she calls “It.” She finds objects from her life and finds she can revisit the events where she lost that item. If she finds it in real life, the object is gone in “it,” so what’s the point? You’ll have to read it to find out!
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