My Life Hereafter review by MistySpirit
My Life Hereafter
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Paranormal

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - Columbia Station, Ohio, United States
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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. Or, at least, they hadn’t known the details of it. Sunel is faced with challenges, both her own and others. And she is faced with the decision of good or bad, wrong and right. Which do you think she’ll choose?

Opinion: 

My Life Hereafter kept my interest greatly. The concept of what happens after you die is one that many people debate today, and have many different ideas of. I liked the concept of that idea in this book. Also, I enjoyed the plot twist, it was extremely unexpected but kept my interest in the book until the very end. The characters were fun and believable, and there were many good life lessons. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes to wonder about life after death, or anyone who enjoys a good adventure.

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

Explain your content rating: 

There are a few things that would require a bit of maturity to read. But nothing too horrible. A little bit of mild language and a couple intense scenes that involve fighting.
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