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DEAD (as a doorpost)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Recommended!!

John is dead, and he couldn’t be happier! His wife, who died of cancer earlier, is there to meet him, and he has all the time he could want to learn to play the guitar, or to surf, or whatever he wants to do. The trouble is, Linda has been assigned to mentor him, and ...
John is dead, and he couldn’t be happier! His wife, who died of cancer earlier, is there to meet him, and he has all the time he could want to learn to play the guitar, or to surf, or whatever he wants to do. The trouble is, Linda has been assigned to mentor him, and she is bothered because John doesn’t remember how he died. Plus, to make matters worse, John’s wife totally doesn’t get the idea of heaven – she has hung onto her Earth hang-ups regarding nudity, monogamy and propriety, which almost instantly puts her at logger-heads with Linda. Well, Linda refuses to let things lie and decides to find out what happened – off to Trent she goes. What will she find out?

Linda is really starting to amuse me – in the first book I didn’t like her much, in the 2nd she was sort of overshadowed by Krystal, but in this book we finally get a better look at Linda herself, and start to get a bit of feel for her. I will warn the casual reader – this book is much more intricate than the previous two, so you need to pay a bit better attention – but it all comes together and makes perfect sense in the end. Recommended!

posted by Katya_Sozaeva on January 13, 2012

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2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Read dead(ish)

Dead(ish) is better than this cruddy book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Dead(ish) is the bomb

posted by Anonymous on January 15, 2012

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