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After Ever After

Sonnenblick, Jordan (Book - 2010 )
Average Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.
After Ever After


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Although Jeff and Tad, encouraged by a new friend, Lindsey, make a deal to help one another overcome aftereffects of their cancer treatments in preparation for eighth-grade graduation, Jeff still craves advice from his older brother Stephen, who is studying drums in Africa.
Authors: Sonnenblick, Jordan
Title: After ever after
Publisher: New York :, Scholastic Press,, 2010
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 260 p. ;,22 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Jordan Sonnenblick
Summary: Although Jeff and Tad, encouraged by a new friend, Lindsey, make a deal to help one another overcome aftereffects of their cancer treatments in preparation for eighth-grade graduation, Jeff still craves advice from his older brother Stephen, who is studying drums in Africa.
Awards & Distinctions: A Junior Library Guild selection
ISBN: 0439837065
9780439837064
Branch Call Number: y SONNENBLI 2010
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Report This Aug 07, 2012
  • sldoug rated this: 2.5 stars out of 5.

This book was recommended by Seattle Public Library for people who liked A Fault in Our Stars. If the thing that drew you to A Fault in Our Stars is kids with cancer, then yes, After Ever After might also be enjoyable to you. Unfortunately, that's where the similarity stops. I loved the characters in AFIOS but I found the characters in AEA to be extremely unbelievable, especially when viewed through the lens of my own middle school memories. I never felt attached to anyone and when bad things happened I knew I was supposed to feel sad, but I did not (whereas I cried like a baby when I read AFIOS). I see now that this book is a sequel; maybe I'd have liked it better if I'd read the first book first.

A great eye-opening book just like drums, girl, and dangerous pie! I think everyone should read those 2 books in their life! They give you a glimnse into teh lives of cancer patients and cancer surviors....how life doesn't get a whole lot easier even in remission (after treatment) cause of the unfortunate side-effects.

Report This Jun 09, 2012
  • renheart115 rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

I think this made it to my top 3 fave books by Jordan (following Drums, Girls.. and Notes from a midnight driver respectively). Because I loved Jeffy in Drums, and its nice to read about him all grown up. And i really really love Tad. And i love Jordan's books, because I didn't expect the twist in the middle, thinking this to be a happy book. Of course, it wouldn't be one of his books if it didn't leave me laughing AND teary eyed at the end :) So yeah, and it's cute how jeff still adores steven even if theyre all grown up. <3

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