Book Review: After

41yng3u13GLStudent Book Review: After, by Amy Efaw

Amy Efaw describes the disturbing truth about “dumpster babies.” Devon Davenport was projected as the star student and athlete with an amazing future ahead of her. Now she is being charged with multiple charges, one including attempted murder. Numb, frightened and in denial is what Devon is feeling throughout most of the story. Devon’s experience at the juvenile detention center had many interesting events. The only person that got the truth about “That Night” and “IT” (Devon calls the baby throughout the book) was Devon’s attorney, Dom, after several attempts. After is a very truthful about real life situations. It was a great book that is very unpredictable.

Reviewed by: Celeste Reyes, BiblioTech Intern

Rating: 4 Stars   4 Stars


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