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EPUB æ MOBI Afterwards ô FREE µ ROSAMUND LUPTON ¶ ☄ [PDF / Epub] ☃ Afterwards By Rosamund Lupton ✓ – Gym-apparel.co.uk Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller There is a fire and they are in there They are in there Black smoke stains a summer blue sky A school is on fire And one mother Grace sAnd the paranormal Afterwards proves that Lupton isn't just good she's wickedly good' Seattle Times 'In Afterwards we see a master's touch on every page Uncompromising emotional impact a poet's sonorous style and a gripping story all come together to make this a transcendent literary experience I guarantee this novel will touch everyone' Jeffery Deaver'I became insanely gripped The word compelling is used lightly of mystery and crime novels this one will define it for you' Daily Mail I read Rosamund Lupton's debut novel 'Sister' last year You may remember me raving about it it was a fantastic read I jumped at the chance to read her second novel Afterwards Another absolutely brilliant read one I would highly highly recommend I was hooked from the opening paragraph of the prologue I couldn't move not even a little finger or a flicker of an eye I couldn't open my mouth to screamOnly one thing for it I said to myself thinking of you and I slipped out of the wrecked ship of my body into the black ocean Grace Covey is volunteering at the outdoor sports day at her son Adam's private school Her older child Jenny is working inside as the school nurse that day When a fire breaks out Grace races to find her children Knowing Jenny is still trapped in the building Grace runs into the burning building She finds her but the two of them are terribly injured Cue prologue Yes Grace and Jenny are able to leave their ruined bodies Now anyone thinking this might be a mainly paranormal type of read is wrong Honestly Afterwards is so many different reads In the beginning I saw it strictly as a mystery Grace and Jenny are able to follow along with the investigation into the fire for it was arson And Grace and Jenny cannot communicate with the 'outside' world Piece by piece along with the victims we are able to cobble together what really happened that day There is much to this fire than meets the eye Lupton employs many twists and turns and some red herrings along the way that kept me guessing at the identity of the 'culprit' until the last few chapters But in addition to the mystery is the deeper story that of a mother daughter son husband and father Grace's love for her children is achingly beautiful powerful and so poignant Hint have tissues ready for the last few chapters I finished the book with tears in my eyes Lupton uses a second person point of view that takes a bit of getting used to in the beginning but it works for this story I can't see it being told in any other fashion Once I finish writing a review I head out on the net to see what others think I was uite surprised to see there were mixed reviews on this book For this reader it was an absolutely addicting stay up late read

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Over the limitlessness of lovePraise for Afterwards'Loved The Time Traveler's Wife? This is even better' Company 'Lupton pushes the boundaries of our imagination with the manner in which the mystery is solved creating a stunningly good read that's impossible to second guess A literary crime novel that's as clever in its premise as it is well written' Glamour 'Chillingly good' Red Magazine 'A bold impossible to categorise and riveting blend of psychological suspense literary thriller This book was a good story on the face of it as long as you don't look too closely Lupton is really good at getting across emotions especially love and the book is really touching as a resultBut as I said you can't look too closely Too many characters are under developed and when you find out who the arsonist is you are supposed to just accept that she is a totally different person to the one originally portrayed without any convincing explanation This made me feel cheatedI could deal with the out of body experience in itself but there was no detail explaining why or how it was happening Like Why can't they see other spirits of comatose people? Why don't they even wonder about this? It is a hospital after all How do they get inside cars? No one's holding the door open so do they pass through objects? If so why do they need to wait for lifts? Why does it hurt so much when they go outside?On top of these things was the totally obvious lack of research which really infuriated me So many things were just plain wrong in this novel which would be apparent to anyone who can use GoogleFor example1 The age of criminal responsibility is 10 Therefore an eight year old can't be cautioned for arson The police talking about deciding not to press charges because Adam had suffered enough is just a nonsense The school also decides not to press charges which makes no sense2 A local newspaper hints than Mr Hyman pushed a kid out a window and the same newspaper implies he started the fire at the school He had nothing to do with either event and a local paper simply would not imply such things without getting sued for libel they are incredibly cautious because they can't afford not to be National tabloids may be risue but not to this extent it's total nonsense3 Tara is apparently a local reporter but she also decides where things go in the newspaper what the headlines are and deals with a police officer who comes to the office to ask uestions She is therefore also the paper's editor sub editor and news editorThere are so many things that continued to rile me throughout that just showed Lupton could not be bothered to look into what she was writing about She decided instead to work off stereotypes of police officers journalists teenagers etcShe has obvious talent as a writer but these factual errors kept punching me in the face throughout and it just wound me up that she didn't put a bit of effort into making the story at least seem authentic

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AfterwardsSunday Times Top Ten Bestseller There is a fire and they are in there They are in there Black smoke stains a summer blue sky A school is on fire And one mother Grace sees the smoke and runs She knows her teenage daughter Jenny is inside She runs into the burning building to rescue herAfterwards Grace must find the identity of the arsonist and protect her family from the person who's still intent on destroying them Afterwards she must fight the limits of her physical strength and disc As abysmal as Sister was readable For a start the protagonists are bloody angels or spirits or something telling the story too dull to precis here but it's about who was responsible for burning a public school down good riddance to it I say whilst their corporeal selves lie comatose in hospital having been injured in the blaze I thought this madness would resolve itself in something satisfyingly realistic but no it appears Ms Lupton is happy for her 'spirits' to communicate with each other follow the police around go home make the tea do anything really without apologising for her feeble conceitAnd then there's the teeth grinding middle class smugness of it all The protagonist's family are all incredible clever wonderful generous perfect; their saccharine sweet love for each other deeper than the the deepest ocean higher than the highest mountain Yuck And for a professional scriptwriter Ms Lupton's dialogue is unforgivably dismal It gets worse For reasons I have yet to fathom Ms Lupton sees fit to italicise words phrases even whole sentences lest we her stupid readers can't work out where to place the emphasis ourselves More infuriatingly most of the italicised words don't merit emphasisingSister good Afterwards appalling Second book blues She's blown it with me