Afterwards - Rosamund Lupton


By Rosamund Lupton

  • Release Date: 2012-04-24
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 69 Ratings)

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Afterwards Rosamund Lupton ebook - epub

From the author of the acclaimed New York Times bestseller Sister comes a compelling, thrilling story of a mother who will do anything to protect her child.
   The school is on fire. Her children are inside.
   Grace runs toward the burning building, desperate to reach them.
   In the aftermath of the devastating fire which tears her family apart, Grace embarks on a mission to find the person responsible and protect her children from further harm.  This fire was not an accident, and her daughter Jenny may still be in grave danger. Grace is the only one who can discover the culprit, and she will do whatever it takes to save her family and find out who committed the crime that rocked their lives.  While unearthing truths about her life that may help her find answers, Grace learns more about everyone around her -- and finds she has courage she never knew she possessed.
   Powerful and beautiful, with a riveting story and Lupton’s trademark elegant style that made Sister such a sweeping success, Afterwards explores the depths of a mother’s unswerving love.

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  • WOW

    By A weird sister
    I love this book. Even when I wasn't reading, I was still processing what I'd read so far. Read this book you'll be glad you did.
  • An Extraordinary Journey

    By SEOhio
    Full of love, courage, reality, perspective-a great detective novel-with hope in spite of cruel realities in life.
  • Captivating

    By Tarheel chica
    Couldn't put it down.
  • Afterwards

    By Sly gray
    Really enjoyed! Well written and kept me interested throughout the book.
  • Makes you think!

    By Dawn MR
    This author's writing is quite unique; her narrator tells the story "as a conversation" . After reading "Sister", I was prepared for this but was still overwhelmed with her ability to put words to feelings and thoughts that I've had but could not, or didn't need to articulate. Lupton is an amazingly intuitive writer- it is too difficult to put her novel down!

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