After on Start reading After on your Kindle in under a minute. . After by Amy Efaw is a well-researched examination of teen pregnancy and. They say that you can’t judge a book by it’s cover. This time, though, the cover was the reason why I decided to pick up After, flip it over, and find. During Devon’s declination hearing, Jenifer starts to question how she raised Devon. She is convinced that it is her fault that Devon abandoned.

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Can I plead guilty? Namun ada perubahan yang tak kalah pentingnya dalam tahap pendewasaan ini, yaitu perubahan secara mental. A teenage mother who never knew she was pregnant.

Ibunya, Jennifer Davenport, melahirkan dia ketika masih remaja. Also, and this is tied up with a forthcoming issue I had, the efaaw Devon has about her mom toward the end is really unfair in my opinion. Efaw takes the reader on Devon? There were times when I wanted to jump inside the efad for just a moment, and hug Devon.

There is no real depth. At 15, Devon Sky Davenport was a high school soccer star, she volunteered with youth soccer and held one-on-one training sessions with young players, she worked as a babysitter, and she maintained top grades and took honors classes.

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An infant left in the trash to die. Devon’s reaction to her first institution is spot on, disturbingly real.

Aftter herself, smart and hardworking, who pretty much raised herself and is driven to be nothing like her mother. Looking for More Great Reads? Mar 27, laaaaames rated it did not like it. To ask other readers questions about Afterplease sign up. I always deem it slightly unfair of me to say a book should have been written in a different way, since that’s not my job as a reader to decide.


This book opened my eyes and changed my opinion. I was so sure this book was going to be bad. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. A book about a girl who hid her pregnancy and than threw out her baby?

They end up doing the nasty, which is Devon’s first and only time, then she decides she will never talk to him again. I don’t consider this a “omg I can’t put down” book but I was intrigued by it and wanted to see what would happen.

After tells the tale of a teenage girl jailed after dumping bj baby in a trash can. If fater can bleed-see it, feel it-then you know you’re alive. It’s about this girl, Devon, who dumps her baby in the trash. Devon mungkin terkesan bahwa dia sengaja. After That Morning, there? Nothing is very well explained. They changed so often during the ajy that I’m still not This was an extremely hard book to listen to.

The Olympics have even been linked to her name.

Will she be considered in trial as an adult or Juvienile? It’s a truly compelling read. Any chance making a second book??


Every single character in this novel is a cliche. Perempuan habis ngelairin kan rentan, baik secara xmy maupun mental mood swingnya karena hormon yg gak karuan itu lho. We are experiencing technical difficulties. But people like me, people who have lived lives unbearably full of silent suffering, look around the world almost dissociated, apart from it, amazed that no one around us notices the struggle inside.


Di sebuah tong sampah dekat apartemen Devon, ditemukan seorang bayi baru lahir yang diikat dalam kantong plastik hitam. Aug 11, Pages Young Adult Buy.

Also by Amy Efaw. Nov 20, Arminzerella rated it it was ok Shelves: I felt phantom labor pains at one point. Devon at first represses everything that happened then slowly begins to deal with the choices she made and the consequences of her actions as she meets with her lawyer and adjusts to life in the juvenile detention center. Ohh no, no, no Like Monster, it gives you a punch in the gut look into the mind of someone so many people would judge before walking a single step in his or her shoes That is unlike In October I was in the worst reading slump ever so I decided to get away from all ARCs and read something that would regain my interest in writing so I started browsing the library ebook selection and came across After.

I feel bad now. It taught me that no matter what you say or do, they all have consequences. She thinks she’s better than all the others at juvie because she didn’t really do anything wrong because attempted murder of her own child isn’t wrong