Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Review: Afterdeath

35274633 Afterdeath by Benoit Chartier
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Death is a country we see through the tiny keyhole of an immovable door.
Raised by their grandmother after their parents’ death, Chloe and Olivia Borders are now in mourning for Rose. The Alzheimer’s that forced them to be split into separate foster homes has taken their last living family member. As a way to rekindle their friendship, the twins commit to a road trip— which spells their demise. Now the question is: What comes after, and how will they get back to life?


*I received a copy from the author. This does not affect my review.*

An interesting read! I enjoyed this depressing yet curious read of what might come after death. I enjoyed the sisters Chloe and Olivia, but never connected with Angelica. I did like that it was completely unpredictable, and well thought out. Overall it's well written, and thought-provoking.

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