Arise

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HarperCollins Publishers, Jul 5, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 416 pages
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A stranded spirit, and a love story that crosses the divide between the living and the dead...

In this hauntingly lovely sequel to HEREAFTER, Amelia – still trapped somewhere between life and death – continues to fight for her relationship with her mortal love, Joshua.

Looking for answers, they visit some of Joshua’s relatives in New Orleans. But even in a city so famously steeped in the supernatural, Amelia just ends up with more questions... and becomes increasingly convinced that she and Joshua can never have a future together.

Then Amelia meets other spirits in-between and begins to seriously consider joining them. Caught between two worlds, Amelia must choose carefully, before the evil spirits of the nether world can choose for her.

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User Review  - eomalley - LibraryThing

I have waited anxiously for Arise since I read Hereafter late last year. I am thrilled to say Tara Hudson has written an exciting sequel that takes the series in a direction I didn’t anticipate. The ... Read full review

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User Review  - DarkFaerieTales - LibraryThing

Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales Quick & Dirty: While dealing with the problems of a paranormal relationship, Arise has higher stakes than Hereafter did and uses Amelia’s nature to build more ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Tara Hudson is a brand new author, but her fascination with ghosts goes back to childhood days spent with her
grandmother, who would take her out to a strange cemetery guarded by rusted iron gates and tucked into the
mountains of south-eastern Oklahoma. Only later did she learn that this place was her family’s graveyard. Ever
since, she‘s continued to visit cemeteries – with her two closest girl friends. After a particularly eerie visit, she
began writing a story to entertain them, imagining a ghost girl, Amelia, and the living boy who can truly see
her. It became ‘Hereafter’, the haunting story of loss and first love.

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