My Life Hereafter
Lynette Ferreira
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Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM By Lynette Ferreira

Sunel 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 senSunel 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.
  • Title: My Life Hereafter
  • Author: Lynette Ferreira
  • ISBN: 9781326846404
  • Page: 405
  • Format: ebook

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Marcia Carrington Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
This is an original, highly readable examination of life and death, with excellent pacing, and twists which keep the story vital until the very end. The story's protagonist, Sunel, pulls a prank one day on the school bus which plunges herself, and her classmates, into the hereafter, and, subsequently, a journey of self-discovery and realisation. 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.
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Grace Hudson Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
Great story for YA readers! The story starts off with an air of mystery, then slowly reveals layers deeper into the story. I found it an imaginative take on the afterlife and the romance was cute as well. Recommended for young readers with an interest in the afterlife, love and redemption.
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Deborah Walker Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
Uniquely enlighteningI believe the intended audience for this book is young adults and although I am well past that classification, 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. Very interesting take on the hereafter and made me [...]
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Jolene Huber Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
Take me to the other side. This story that in many ways is a tragedy, but you see a lot of good come from it. It is about a terrible bus crash and the fates of the kids aboard. It really isn't a religious book. More a book about second chances. And learning from mistakes
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Amie's Book Reviews Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
novel that imagines a possible scenario of just what is waiting for us in the afterlife.When young teenager Sunel finds herself and sixty of her former classmates have died, she is initially in a state of shock. To make matters worse, she is the reason the bus crashed. This means she is the reason everyone is dead. As the shock wears off she finds herself in a world that is very similar and yet very different from the one she left behind.My favorite scene is when the teens are led into the Hal [...]
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LitPick Student Book Reviews Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
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.Opinion: This book started off quickly and gained my attention immediately. [...]
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Lilac Reviews Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
There were some very nice descriptions in this book that evoke a mood and various settings. Here is an example I thought was particularly visual.“Giant tears are running down her cheeks and her eyes are puffy and red. The rest of her face has gone pallid white, so now her eyes looks as if they are bleeding.”This book has some serious themes and ideas following on an opening tragedy. Despite that, the tone is somewhat cool and quiet. I owe that to the authors descriptions of the setting and e [...]
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Christie M. Stenzel Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
An interesting and engaging story! In my opinion, a great book will "take you there" and make you feel like you're part of the story. You become emotionally invested and root for the characters and for the desired outcome. Most importantly, you definitely want to keep reading because you just have to know what happens next! This book did all of those things for me and I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to end. The author has given us an interesting look at the consequences and possibilities [...]
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Cathy McGough Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
This book captured my imagination from the very first sentence. The characters are all together, but they don't know where. The main character Sunel, reveals the story from her perspective. She as the story moves ahead, is quite frankly not a very likeable character. I won't give away any clues, but once it is revealed what she did and why everyone is where they are - it is difficult as a reader to forgive her. However, as Sunel continues on her journey other sides of her personality are reveale [...]
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Kazz Mossman Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The first few pages had me gripped and I finished it in record time. Sunel and her classmates are on a school outing when the bus they were travelling plummets from a bridge into a river.All the kids realise they are now in heaven. The author's description of everywhere was intriguing. I wanted to read more all the time, so it was difficult to put down.There was also a lot of thought here and the seven deadly sings were all spelt out as the kids were sent into gro [...]
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Kellie Steele Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
Beautiful storyWhat can I say about my life hereafter is a beautiful story from start to finish. Lynette pulled me into her world and I felt as if I was with Sunel the entire way through. I imagine laughed, and cried and truly enjoyed reading it. A recommendation from me.
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Big Book Theory Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
Extraordinarily suspenseful, My Life Hereafter captures the struggle between defying our wants and satisfying our needs. This is a love story with consequences.
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Rose Channing Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
I found this to be a very unique depiction of the afterlife, not just heaven and hell, but multiple options in between. This was a good way to set up the themes of the complexity of good and evil, and how a person isn’t necessarily one or the other. I really enjoyed Sunel, and found her struggle relatable and believable. She considers herself a good person, but with a dark side who manifests as a little man on her shoulder whispering in her ear. Throughout the story, she faces her demons and s [...]
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Jan Harvey Sep 24, 2020 - 21:49 PM
Life on the other sideWhat an exceptional view of the other side, very enjoyable and unique with strong emotional ties to family and friends.I relate to the man on the shoulder as i had an imaginary friend as a child, As always this author delivers a story that holds you to the end and due to my own beliefs of the after life i found this enthralling and very believable
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My Life Hereafter By Lynette Ferreira Sunel 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 senSunel 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.

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