After Me review by tlang
After Me (The Unfinished Series) (Volume 1)
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Paranormal

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Age at time of review - 19
Reviewer's Location - Locust Grove, Oklahoma, United States
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18 year old Jada  decides to go meet a man she has met online, only to realize that she has met the man who will end her life. However, the Aftlerlife Admissions Office decides that it isn't time for Jada to move on. Jada's instructor, Flo, tells Jada that she must go back to the human world and live among them until she can find and kill her murderer. After being given a new identity, Jada has been given human emotions, something she has long forgotten after the death of her father and best friend.

With her new crush on Lew, her murderer still on the loose and killing more young females, and dealing with bullies at her new school, will Jada accomplish her task and be able to move on in the afterlife?



After reading the first chapter, I knew that I would fall in love with this story. I was right. This book is filled with action: Jada breaking the arm of the school's best football player, Jada fighting against a group of boys from the school bus with her bare arms, and Jada helping her new friend, Annalee, escape from her mom's horrifying boy friend.

I enjoyed Jada's relationship with her new foster family (they treated her way better than Jada's old mother ever treated her) and Jada's new relationships with the friends she made.

This book has a cute storyline and enough twists and plots which makes it into a young adult book.

Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

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Sexual acts, teen murders, cursing, and violence




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