Saturday, June 9, 2012
Dead Rules by Randy Russell
Russell puts a new and unique spin on life after death but it lacks in other departments. The book is disjointed and all over the place. The character's lack development and the plot isn't that engaging.
I dont' really care enough about this book to go into much more detail. It basically follows around a teen girl by the name of, Jana who dies and finds herself in a dead school in which she has to learn rules. Jana can't remember exactly how she died or where she is from but she remembers her boyfriend and wants to see him again.
She meets other teens in dead school and they each tell their own story about there death, which is probably the best and most interesting part of the book. If you have some time to waste and no other books on you reading list pick this one up, otherwise skip it and go on to more pressing matters.
P.s. The cover is great!
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