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AFTER EVER AFTER

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

In this companion novel to Drums, Girls & Dangerous Pie (2005), Steven's little brother Jeffrey, now in eighth grade and in full remission from leukemia, discovers that happily ever after isn't quite what he expected. First of all, his hero big brother abandons him to take a year off from college to play drums in Africa. Then he finds out that to get into high school, he'll have to pass a ... Read full review

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Awesome book

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An amazing book, I loved Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie, but this book is just fantastic how we go into Jeffrey's perspective after his cancer had gone away, it's an amazing book and I give it five stars indeed.

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This particular book made me cry 3 times. Why did they have to make his best friend relapse? I also think Steven was being a little selfish for leaving his girlfriend and his family, when his brother needed him the most. I also think his dad was a little hard on him I don't think it is Jeffrey's fault for not being capable to focus. 

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I so love this book! I was crying ,I was laughing defiantly a great read

Review: After Ever After (Drums, Girls & Dangerous Pie #2)

User Review  - Cheney - Goodreads

This was a heartwrenching story about two middle schoolers who have and are facing the evil disease called Cancer. I read this book to my 7th grade classes, three times. They all seemed to really enjoy the story and empathized with the characters. Read full review

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