Aftermath: A Snapped Novel

Aftermath: A Snapped Novel

by Tracy Brown
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Aftermath (Snapped Series #2) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 93 reviews.
Samira Fredericks More than 1 year ago
Can't put it down. Great job Ms. Brown.
Chrislon More than 1 year ago
This was my first time reading a book by Tracey....and lets just say .... she has been added to my favorites.
Nia Faulk More than 1 year ago
Could not put this book down!!! Never disappointed when it comes to a Tracy Brown novel...NEVER!
TAT41 More than 1 year ago
All I can say is wow! The author has a way of drawing you in and feeling every emotion of every character. Well written and a great read! Would highly recommend!
AndreaDenise More than 1 year ago
Aftermath: A Snapped Novel is Tracy Brown's follow-up to "Snapped", which in my opinion, is the remarkable modern day version of "Waiting to Exhale". This sequel appealed to my senses on many different levels. The plot is developed and the characters, which are trying at times, are plausible and easy to relate to. In the sequel, the women are, yet again, struggling with issues such as insecurity and betrayal. Misa Misa is faced with the biggest obstacle of her life, a murder charge. After shooting the man who molested her child, she's forced to face the ugly truth regarding her lack of parenting skills. Unbeknownst to Misa, an unlikely source comes to her aide. The identity of this "angel" will surprise you. Camille / Frankie Livid at the demise of his beloved brother, Steven, Frankie is unwavering in placing the blame on Camille. Pregnant, destitute and abandoned by her husband, Camille somehow finds the strength to abide by Misa during her time of need. Latoya Toya is strong willed and often merciless when it comes to the opposite sex. With the reappearance of her father, Nate, a hint of regret begins to sway Toya into forgiving the individual who she deemed "deceased" all these years. Dominique / Octavia Dominique's daughter, Octavia, has run away from home. As she searches for Octavia, Dominique reflects back on how her chaotic lifestyle may be the basis for her child running off. In addition, there's a new man in her life, although her boyfriend's issues may ruin Dominique's second chance at love. A heartfelt prose, the most touching aspect of Aftermath is the genuine and often amusing bond amongst Misa, Camille, Latoya and Dominique. I applaud Tracy on another fine delivery.
snooka More than 1 year ago
I never write a review to anything, but this time it was a must. This book was the best book ever. When the movie????? LOL Keep up the good work Tracy.
Anonymous 10 days ago
A great conclusion to an a riveting story
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The characters are amazing. I fell in love with them. I wish there was another sequel.
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Lost-N-Love-N-Hopeless More than 1 year ago
Drama Filled ride to Ghetto Fab If drama is what you like or love then you have most certainly hit the spot. Brown's Aftermath has made its mark on the world of drama filled lives. Aftermath did not let you down from the predecessor, Snapped bk 1 in the Snapped series. This is drama upon drama filled to the ghettofied conclusion to 'Snapped' series. Each have their day in court. Each have to answer questions that they may wish stayed un-asked. Each have to deal with the aftermath of what this past year has set into motion around them and those the love. There are those that begin to understand their lives and the role they play in others' lives. Brown did a remarkable job in depicting life in each of the four main characters lives.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book... it was just as good as the first one! I only hope that there is a third, for I want to know how the love lives of all the characters end!,,
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If u read snapped u have to read this I read this book in 2days I literally couldn't stop reading....
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Looks at cass then looks at caine and loo back and forth very confused
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lol same
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In regards to the review of April 15, 2011. Must say I really enjoyed both books too, but if I had read your review first I might have missed out on two great books because your review gave the whole story line away.
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Couldnt wait to read this after reading snapped....it does not disappoint...a must read
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Droni More than 1 year ago
This book was hot from the first sentence to the very last. Brown has an incredible way with her words as she describes the life and drama between 4 African-American women. Camille has to be my favorite character because of how strong she was through her pregnancy. Her power is just the mere conflict of the story as her sister goes through a trial defending her 3 year old son. Latoya's character was real and grimy and her situation just made the plot so intense. Great read and anyone should pick this book up to read. I couldn't put it down.