Who could do such a thing? Certainly not someone like Devon DavenportÑa straight-A student-athlete with everything going for her. But in a moment. During Devon’s declination hearing, Jenifer starts to question how she raised Devon. She is convinced that it is her fault that Devon abandoned. AFTER. by Amy Efaw. Age Range: 12 & up. BUY NOW FROM Efaw captures Devon’s mortification, denial and despair, shifting fluidly.
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After tells the tale of a teenage girl jailed after dumping her baby in a trash can. Itu cara pikiran kita mengontrol afer tidak menyenangkan sehingga kita stres sepanjang waktu.
etaw Jul 05, Lake rated it did not like it. A teenage mother who never knew she was pregnant. Read it Forward Read it first. Ada sedikit unsur psikologis dan hukumnya, bikin susah berhenti bacanya hehehe.
AFTER by Amy Efaw | Kirkus Reviews
She could’ve gone on as it was and taken the gift she’d been given. Anyways, I would suggest this book for nice relaxful days or an airplane trip or whatever. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The book seemed very realistic and I found that the plot and characters all seemed genuine. An infant left in the trash to die.
It’s not about making choices you’re actually OK with. The author missed rfaw big potential opportunity in devoting more time and thought to Devon’s sessions with the psychiatrist. Dia dikenal sebagai pribadi yang baik, tenang, dan dewasa. If you can bleed-see it, feel it-then you know you’re alive. Overall, I thought this story was unique and definitely different from most young adult novels. Oct 20, Angie rated it really liked it.
But it was also this sense of lack of responsibility.
Any chance making a second book?? Some sentences don’t even make sense. Please try again later. She rarely lets herself loose, which means people don’t know who she really is – including the reader. Sep 01, Hannah rated it it was ok. Devon at first afteg everything that aftr then slowly begins any 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. It felt like the author hadn’t known whether or not she would finish this story and then decided after meandering that she would end it abruptly, without warning.
In this case, a teen girl Devon was in such denial about the fact that she’d had sex that she couldn’t even allow the possibility of pregnancy to enter her mind. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
The author takes the idea of a baby found in a trashcan and the inevitable question, “how could someone do this? They changed so often during the story that I’m still not This was an extremely hard book to listen to.
Masih mau cuek efzw orang sekitar?? How many times to I need to read about blood in the underwear, milk squirting out all over the place, or “pulsating umbilical cord”s?
Devon has just given birth; the baby in the trash is hers. There was no connection or lazy connection that would justify the main character’s decision. D Memaafkan orang lain itu perlu. I felt phantom labor pains at one point.
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