Life After Theft
Publish date: April 2013
Publisher: Harper Collins
Pages no: 345
Edition language: English
Series: Life After Theft (#1)
I was pleasantly surprised by this book. I liked it a lot. It had a very unique story and was well written. It's a quick and fun read.
If you start reading this book and expect a doomed love story between a ghost and a human. Don't. There is a love story but it's between two humans. This book is more concentrated on sending a message and how our choices effect us, and people around us. This might be one of my favorite books because...
Life After Theft took me by surprise. I knew coming in that it was a standalone and that i dealt with a ghost with a former stealing problem, so I expected it to be middle of the road. I know it’s unfair to place standalones in that category but that’s usually the way it is for me. However Life Afte...
Life After Theft is exactly what it promises to be: an entertaining YA book with some counter-heisting action in a high-school setting. It's a perfect read for a hot day on the beach. The story probably won't stay with you - but it will give you a few fun hours.On his first day at school Jeff meets ...
DNF for content and language.
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