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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As much as I wanted Devon to be a compelling character, her lack of self-awareness made her extremely hard to like, although she is a character that inspires excessive pity. I however, had a hard time getting over what Devon did and lack of connection with the baby. This is painfully real. Setelah hari itu dan setelah mendapat pengobatan, Devon dimasukkan ke penjara.
This book made me sad, so sad. They end up doing the nasty, which is Devon’s first and only time, then she decides she will never talk to him again.
The chapters are pretty small Estimated about There might be a little over 30 chapters. SO now Devon was arrested for wmy the infant away.
I admired her bravery and her strength. Tetapi memaafkan diri sendiri itu yang paling penting.
There were also times that Devon seemed so naive that it just baffled me. She takes IT out. Aug 11, Minutes Young Adult Buy.
Devon Sky Davenport, 15 tahun adalah siswi teladan dan bintang sepak bola berbakat. I shouldn’t have dumped the baby in the trash.
This book offers a realistic and graphic story that offers insight into just how someone might be driven zfter these actions. Every single character in this novel is a cliche. I’m not even going to try to pretend that I was in any other state of mind when I started reading.
I learned that it’s not only the so-called ‘bad people’ who do these types of things, but the perfectly ‘normal’ and average people. Oct 20, Afterr rated it really liked it.
AFTER by Amy Efaw | Kirkus Reviews
Good people can do bad things Masih mau cuek sama orang sekitar?? But then it did.
Devon is a soccer player, we know, and we don’t need two soccer metaphors a page to remind us it’s important to her. It’s about this girl, Devon, who dumps her baby in the trash. This is one wfaw those “ripped from the headlines” topics that you simultaneously don’t want to hear about and yet cannot look away from: Devon is getting blamed for throwing away the infant. And Devon is finally able to understand what she did, and own it, internalize it, and feel the gy and responsibility that go with that.
Sendirian, putus asa, dan nekat. Devon eventually does win the right to be tried in the juvenile system, and the legal proceedings leading up to that decision are really detailed and interesting.
He asks the mom if she’d heard anything or knew of anyone who’d been pregnant lately. Deep in denial, soccer star, Devon, can barely even admit that she was pregnant at all. Why else wants this book to be made into a movie?
Over all, a very thought-provoking, well-researched read. Inspired by Your Browsing History. The writing ecaw is enjoyable, I loved the flashbacks that were involved that’s what kept me entertained. There is no real depth. She was taken to the hospital, then a juvenile detention center to await a hearing to determine if she should be tried as an adult for multiple charges, including attempted murder. This was an extremely hard book to listen afetr.
I grew very impatient with Devon who I couldn’t help but think was awfully dumb for a supposedly smart girl. Dan lewat alur-alur ingatan Devon yg terpotong-potong, kita dibawa menemukan alasan Devon menyembunyikan kehamilan. Its about a 15 year old girl w I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
Sometimes I just need a little reminder. Sep 14, Kendall [Kenny] rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Mar 15, Karlan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Membaca judulnya After dan sinopsisnya, kupikir cerita ini berkisar pada gadis remaja dan permasalahan kehamilannya di luar nikah.