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A horrific explosion levels part of the city and Camryn Kingfisher is the sole survivor.Amidst controversy, conspiracy theories, and threats from government officials, Camryn longs for the truth. But the only person who she can turn to is a transparent boy in a lab coat named Quint. Unsure whether hes a hallucination or a ghost, Camryn has no choice but to trust him as they become embroiled in a plot that is bigger than either of them realize. In a race where the fabric of time and space is at stake, they must figure out who caused the explosion before the culprit comes back to finish Camrynand her cityoff for good....

Title : Afterimage
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ISBN : 9781624145971
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 320 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Afterimage Reviews

  • Chelsea

    I very much have a “what did I just read” feeling about this book but I still think I enjoyed it. I’m happy where it ended even though the middle was confusing as hell.

  • destiny ♎ [howling libraries]

    To me, the hardest part about being a book blogger is when you find a book that feels like it could have worked for you, but somehow, it just didn’t quite make it—and then trying to review that book in actual, coherent words and phrases, when all you really know how to do is kind of shrug and go, “Eeeeehhhh…?”

    Like an afterimage: the ghost of light that’s left behind when you’ve been staring at something too bright for too long.

    That’s my issue with Afterimage in a nutshell. It isn’t a bad book ...more

  • Lisa Rowland

    I feel like this is one of those books that's hard to talk about without giving too much away. I really enjoyed the book as a whole, there's a lot going on and when you start getting to the twists it just amps it up. The science and way things go is really intriguing, and the characters are pretty fascinating. There were just a few things missing for me though, so I didn't have full buy in.

    The good: Literally the entire storyline. It gets convoluted, but when you find out what's actually happeni

  • Mandy

    **I received an ARC of this - thank you so much to Page Street Publishing but it didn't change my opinion at all**

    There was nothing really wrong with this book, but I think a lot of things compiled together to make it a bit messy and cliche and something that I wasn't vibing with. There were some good parts, but there were a lot of parts that I wasn't feeling and it kind of put me in a slump since I didn't want to pick it back up.

    I have to say that I was really feeling the twists and turns. They

  • Ben Langhinrichs

    I've been meaning to read this for a while, and almost got my hands on an ARC. I enjoyed it a lot. I liked the characters, and the action and twists were rampant and exciting. I have to warn you, it can be a little much to sort out after a few chapters, but hang on for the ride as it all clicks and leaves you breathless as it goes on. Fun, exciting, thought-provoking. Definitely a good read.

  • Deanna Schwartz

    I really wanted to like this one. The plot and writing was all over the place and I couldn’t connect to any of the characters.

  • Paige Dan


    I was obsessed with this book from about 10 pages in. The story is thrilling and there may in fact be a new twist in every single chapter. Our main character Camryn deeply loves her mom, dad, and brother Kyle. She deals with true Panic Disorder and works so hard for that not to run her entire life. Quint is a mysterious guest that Camryn finds herself tied to after a huge explosion causes the death of Camryn's mom- along with thousands of other people. Camryn deals with guilt, grief,