Suddenly having found herself floating in a dark void she calls “Is”, Madison is pretty sure she’s dead. She doesn’t remember dying, but she also doesn’t remember much about herself at all. She might be doomed to float forever lonely in the Is if not for the ghostly apparitions of everyday objects that enable Madison to relive a memory from her past. It’s soon apparent that these objects are the key to learning the facts about her death, and the secrets she kept from herself in life.
Dealing with death is never easy, but Amy Huntley does a fantastic job with the subject in The Everafter. This book will make you want to better yourself, live life to the fullest, and remember that even your regrets have shaped you into who you are today. If you’re looking for an uplifting story about the mystery of life, then look no further.