My Life Hereafter
My Life Hereafter
My Life Hereafter
She only wanted to play a little prank. She never considered the consequences. Everything is exactly the same as before that day which she can now only vaguely remember. The day her school bus ran over the cliff. The day she and most of her fellow students ended up here. The twins, Mark and David, were also on the bus, but David did not come here with them. David was sent across the valley to the other side. Mark convinces Sunel to help him find his brother, no matter what the dangers might be.Reviewed by MistySpirit for LitPick: It was just one prank, on top of the many others she had already played in the past. One prank that she hadn't thought through, and caused the ends of many lives. Sunel was on a field trip with many of her classmates when she had the great idea to prank the bus driver. It was supposed to be harmless. Instead, it sent her and the rest of the kids on the bus to a place they hadn't known existed before.Reviewed by jesusfreak for LitPick: She only wanted to play a small prank. She never imagined what the consequences of her actions would be. Sunel is an average teenager that desperately seeks the attention of others. When a seemingly harmless prank goes awry, a school bus driving Sunel and her classmates dives off a cliff. Sunel wakes to a confusing afterlife where she and her classmates must learn not only to forgive each other, but to forgive themselves.Amie's Book Review Blog: My favorite scene is when the teens are led into the Hall of Judgment and are told they will be called in one at at a time. I thought this was very clever. This book touches on many interesting and important topics. It is not often that you find a YA book that openly discusses the afterlife. It seems to be a topic that Young Adult authors do not embrace for some reason, and the few authors who do write about the topic choose ghost story-type tales.  Kudos to Author Lynette Ferreira for tackling such a controversial topic. This book also has elements of other issues important to today's youth such as bullying and peer pressure as well as taking responsibility for one's actions. With the variety of characters, readers should be able to find at least one that they identify with. I think that young teens and middle grade readers will enjoy this book and hopefully it will open up dialogue about the issues detailed in it's pages.What readers are saying about stories by Lynette Ferreira"Great read from a great author.""This author knows just how to pull the reader in.""I thoroughly enjoyed Layered, as I have all the books I have read by this talented Indie author!""I found this author very appealing. As I had never read this author before, I was quite skeptical that this read would grasp my attention. Not only was I pleasantly surprised by the ease in which I became engrossed in this book, but I found myself eagerly anticipating what would be revealed in forthcoming chapters.""Kudos to Author Lynette Ferreira for tackling such a controversial topic.""Lynette has become one of my favorite Indie authors as all her books that I have read draw you in and you don't want to put them down because you just have to know what is going to happen next!""It is a story which makes the reader consider life and its inherent frailty, and is written with great style and thought by the author.""Lynette is a very talented author and her books capture the imagination and draw you into the story so that you feel like you are a part of it.""A great write from a great author, this book will fill you with delighted surprise and leave you with a warm glow."" Ferreira is clearly a talented writer with an excellent handle on grammar, pacing and description. And her imagination is such that she creates a romance between a teenage girl and a boy she meets in a coma.""The author takes you on a journey and as the reader you never want it to end!"

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Genre: 

  • Paranormal

Age Level: 

  • Mature Young Adult
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It was just one prank, on top of the many others she had already played in the past. One prank that she hadn’t thought through, and caused the ends of many lives. Sunel was on a field trip with many of her classmates when she had the great idea to prank the bus driver. It was supposed to be harmless. Instead, it sent her and the rest of the kids on the bus to a place they hadn’t known existed before.

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She only wanted to play a small prank. She never imagined what the consequences of her actions would be. Sunel is an average teenager that desperately seeks the attention of others. When a seemingly harmless prank goes awry, a school bus driving Sunel and her classmates dives off a cliff. Sunel wakes to a confusing afterlife where she and her classmates must learn not only to forgive each other, but to forgive themselves.

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My Life Hereafter is a story about a teen girl who finds herself in the hereafter, with 59 of her classmates, due to a bus crash she blames herself for. In this world, Sunel and her classmates are separated into groups and taken to different parts of the hereafter, where each group is informed of their destiny.

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