Arise

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Harper Collins, Jun 5, 2012 - Young Adult Fiction - 432 pages
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In Arise, the mesmerizing, romantic sequel to YA paranormal novel Hereafter, Tara Hudson takes the story of Amanda, a ghost girl adrift between the worlds of the living and the dead to New Orleans. Amanda has found love with Joshua, a human boy. But as powerful as their love is, it may not be strong enough to break the barrier between life and death.
 
Evil spirits have been threatening Amanda. She is terrified they will hurt those she cares about, especially Joshua. When Gabrielle, a beautiful girl Amanda meets at the Conjure Café in New Orleans, offers Amanda the possibility of a different life, Amanda agrees to meet her in at the St. Louis Number One Cemetery at midnight. There, Amanda finds a Voodoo circle. Once she steps inside, everything will change.

 

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Review: Arise (Hereafter #2)

User Review  - Amanda Welling - Goodreads

See My Full Review Here: http://My Review: First, let me state that I did not read Hereafter, the first book in this series. So, as it may be, I am a Hereafter Virgin. With that said, I had no ... Read full review

Review: Arise (Hereafter #2)

User Review  - Jenna (MTGReviews) - Goodreads

See full review here. Fans of Hereafter will find even more to love with ARISE, the second installment in Tara Hudson's deathly romantic series. But be prepared, all is not well with Amelia in this ... Read full review

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Tara Hudson lives in Oklahoma with her husband, son, and a menagerie of ill-behaved pets.

After receiving her law degree, she began writing to entertain her girlfriends. They read her story about a ghost girl who awakes in a cemetery and wanted to know more. This short piece inspired the Hereafter trilogy, which culminates in Elegy.

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