My Life Hereafter
We all have a little man on our shoulder, but for Sunel, that little voice went one step too far and when she played a prank on the school bus, she never, for a second, thought about the consequences.
They arrive in a large, white hall and her friend asks, Is this Heaven? but no one knows because everything looks exactly the same as before.
The twins, Mark and David, were also on the bus, but David did not come here with them. David was sent across the valley to the other side.
Mark convinces Sunel to help him find his brother, no matter what the dangers might be.
And now, she is in a battle between death or a second chance--and it is not just her. In an effort to save her friends, she will have to risk not only her life but also her soul.
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Paperback: 240 pages
Published on 18 November 2015
Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.5 x 20.3 cm
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Published 12 June 2018
Binding Hardcover (dust-jacket)
Dimensions (centimetres) 15.24 wide x 22.86 tall
This is an original, highly readable examination of life and death, with excellent pacing, and twists which keep the story vital until the very end. The story's protagonist, Sunel, pulls a prank one day on the school bus which plunges herself, and her classmates, into the hereafter, and, subsequently, a journey of self-discovery and realisation. It is a story which makes the reader consider life and its inherent frailty, and is written with great style and thought by the author.
What can I say about my life hereafter is a beautiful story from start to finish. Lynette pulled me into her world and I felt as if I was with Sunel the entire way through. I imagine laughed, and cried and truly enjoyed reading it. A recommendation from me.