Life After by Katie Ganshert

     An enjoyable read as Autumn is forced to face a miracle that happened in her life although she cannot figure out why it happened to her.  She as the one survivor of a train explosion and doesn't understand why.  She has spent a year trying to figure it out and finally faces it a bit more head on when she begin to receive letters from the child of one of the victims.  This causes her to explore her purpose and to become closer to that family.
    I would recommend this for a good read as it is easy to read and had to put down.
  "I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review, the review is my own."

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