Elegy by Tara Hudson
(Hereafter)

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The thin plot spreads itself across nearly 400 pages, and characters spend more time discussing what to do than actually doing it: a miss.
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Tara Hudson brings the dark, romantic Hereafter trilogy to a thrilling conclusion with her YA novel Elegy.
 
The passionate love between ghost girl Amelia and human boy Joshua was powerful enough to break the barrier between life and death. Now the star-crossed lovers believe they can finally be together.
 
But demonic forces threaten to tear them apart. The evil beings tell Amelia she must turn herself over to darkness or they will kill a human every week.
 
Forces of light offer Amelia a solution. She can join them in gathering souls. If she does, however, she will never see Joshua again.
 
Amelia refuses to be separated from Joshua. She will fight the forces of darkness and light if that’s what it takes to keep him.

 

About Tara Hudson

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Born and raised in Oklahoma, Tara Hudson graduated with a degree in law, mostly because she believed all the horror stories about English majors and their careers in the food-service industry. Luckily she soon remembered how much she loved telling ghost stories, particularly to her girlfriends, who liked visiting abandoned cemeteries as much as she did. Tara currently lives in Oklahoma with her husband, son, and a menagerie of ill-behaved pets. You can visit her online at www.tarahudson.com or follow her on Twitter @thudsonwrites.
 
Published June 4, 2013 by HarperTeen. 400 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Apr 24 2013

The thin plot spreads itself across nearly 400 pages, and characters spend more time discussing what to do than actually doing it: a miss.

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