My Life Hereafter

A Mystery. A Love Story. A Lesson Learned.

Sunel Anderson has a little, invisible man who sits on her shoulder, and most of the time she does not listen to him.

Until that day.

There was a blinding flash…

There should have been only darkness...

But everything looks the same.

Even though it shouldn't.

She can only vaguely remember the day her school bus ran over the cliff. The day she and most of her fellow students ended up here.

The twins, Mark and David Landon, were also on the bus, but David did not come here with them.

David was sent across the valley to the other side.

Even though Sunel fears the valley of darkness and going to the other side, because that is where she believes she belongs and everyone has made a mistake letting her in here, she and her new friend, Carly, agrees to help Mark find his brother.

What will they find on the other side of fear?

My Life Hereafter review by marrington for Litpick

Sunel would never have imagined that a small prank could lead to the unexpected for her and 60 classmates. Where are they? Are they dead? Why have they been separated into three categories? Where is David, Mark's brother? These questions and many more are answered as Sunel, Mark, and Carly go to the otherside to find David. Will Sunel be able to save her friends, or will it cost her her soul? My Life Hereafter offers insight to the inner pysche and the afterlife. No matter if one believes in Heaven and Hell, the author has a way of prompting the reader to question the supernatural world. The reader is kept on the edge of his or her seat while trying to figure out what is going on along with Sunel. The novel is a love story, a mystery, a lesson learned. This book is a great read for teens and the young at heart.