Aftermath (Jericho, book 2) by Ann McMan – book cover, description, publication history. Aftermath by Ann McMan is the follow-up to her debut novel, Jericho. It manages to take all of Jericho’s strengths and build on them, leaving the. Written by Ann McMan, narrated by Christine Williams. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial.
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Read more Read less. The class is full of preening, giggling bridezillas, but one woman stands out: Hmmm I like Ann’s books a lot but this one didn’t have enough Maddie and Sydney. Jericho sets the stage and gives us a cast of quirky and memorable characters.
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Mother Nature has a way of raising Cain, which caused me to fear the worst for a few of Jericho’s likeable, well-known citizens. Aug 20, Farah rated it it was amazing Shelves: Preview — Aftermath by Ann McMan. These items are shipped from and sold by different aftfrmath. If I’d read this first or without having read Jericho, there’s no way I would have liked it as much as I did.
KD Williamson Narrated by: Lindsay has tons of ideas that she’s been dying to put into action, and this is her big chance to increase the success of the business and prove she’s more than ready to run things solo. This book stands alone. Qnn kind of like Jan Karon’s Mitford series with lesbians. And when, at the ripe old age of thirty, she realized that she was not like other girls, the great world of lesbian literature opened its arms, and provided her with a safe haven in which to grow and learn about her new identity.
For the academics and fanfiction nerds among us, Aftermath provides an absolutely delicious riff on the genre: Albans, the college rocks Grace’s world when it announces the appointment of a new president, the first woman in mcmna year history: Funny and cute The story is more about the unique people who live in Jericho after a tornado crashes avtermath the area.
McMan has no difficulty bringing their world to life, and making us believe the truly extraordinary coincidences that fuel some major plot elements.
A book that no doubt her readers will want. Mar 05, Alealea rated it it nan amazing Shelves: Librarian Syd Murphy flees the carnage of a failed marriage by accepting an month position in Jericho – a small town in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia.
Back home at St. The Storm adtermath Even though it was only a chapter long, the realistic build-up of the storm was a gripping, page-turning series of events. For Katie Cooper, money has never been important. Nov 25, Cheri rated it really liked it Shelves: And if you can’t afford buying this one as well, ask fo It is said in reviews, and at the beginning of the book itself, that Jericho doesn’t have to be read before this one.
Maddie StevensonSyd Murphy. Gina Antonelli had big dreams once, of riding her athletic achievements all the way to West Point and being the first in a long family line of soldiers to serve as an officer.
But when Courtney loses her father and returns to Tanner Peak to take control of the family store, Margaret comes face-to-face with her past and the woman she’s tried desperately to forget.
Again, I think the writing is amazing and the characters well developed. The conversations she has with Maddie voicing her fears and concerns are universal and oh so relatable. My favourite part is always the buildup, the chase, the beginning interactions between characters as their relationship builds in books, and since the main pairing had already been established, there wasn’t much of that in here for me.
I don’t usually make a habit out of picking up sequels, because usually there isn’t any story left to tell — and frankly, that wasn’t untrue, in this case — but I did enjoy coming back and spending some more time with the characters from Jericho that I’d grown attached to.
But it was still extremely enjoyable. After graduation, she got a job driving a young adult bookmobile—and spent her days piloting the great rig across the dusty back roads of rural North Carolina. Some of those jokes refer back to that book.
The author’s sense of humour has definitely grown on me since Jericho. Day-to-day relationships have their challenges and what is so neat about this read is There is much to enjoy in the follow-up to Fatermath.
Meghan O’Brien Narrated by: It helps to just sit back and let the broad comedy in many scenes envelop you. Please try again later. Jericho is such a delightful place. There was so much so good about Jericho, so much that deserved to be developed, the author was completely right to revisit the town. Please don’t worry, Maddie and Syd were st Is it really necessary to read this after Jericho?
They also face their share of adult crises, in addition to an exceptional run of screwball incidents. The introductory pages and author bio were also an amusing set of bookends.
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She now lives halfway between the mountains and the sea in central North Carolina, but dreams of one day relocating to Vermont—where the colder climate might help her keep better. Maddie and Syd are sophisticated urbanites with impeccable oenophilic and musical tastes. I decided to re-read this after I had already started it’s sequel, Goldenrod. Jericho was a slow meander through the town, mcnan us to get to know these quirky people and their town.
I can decide if I want to go to Nadines diner, have a mango smoothie while watching love bloom or pack my bags and move to Jericho permanently.