Till death Jana Webster and Michael Haynes were in love. They were destined to be together forever. Do But Jana's destiny was fatally flawed. And now she's in Dead School, where Mars Dreamcote lurks in the back of the classroom, with his beguiling blue eyes, mysterious smile, and... show more
Till death Jana Webster and Michael Haynes were in love. They were destined to be together forever. Do But Jana's destiny was fatally flawed. And now she's in Dead School, where Mars Dreamcote lurks in the back of the classroom, with his beguiling blue eyes, mysterious smile, and irresistibly warm touch. Us Michael and Jana were incomplete without each other. There was no room for Mars in Jana's life—or death—story. Jana was sure Michael would rush to her side soon. Part But things aren't going according to Jana's plan. So Jana decides to do whatever it takes to make her dreams come true—no matter what rules she has to break.
Publish date: June 21st 2011
Pages no: 376
Edition language: English
It isn't enough that there are rules in life. Apparently, death has its own set of rules...with eternal consequences.And Jana is planning to break them all if it means being with Michael again.A story of teen pranks gone wrong, ghostly decisions, sliding, 3 bottles of water, bowling alleys and damni...
Review: Jana and Michael are so far in love that saying Webster and Haynes is as natual as Romeo and Juliet. So when Jana dies and ends up at Dead School, where teens that died end up before moving on, she misses her boyfriend. Badly. So badly that she’s willing to kill for it.I really liked the ide...
This novel follows the (after) life of Jana Webster. After dying in a freak bowling accident, she wakes up on a school bus surrounded by people she doesn’t know on her way to a Dead School feeling alone and out of place. The teachers are boring and nothing makes sense. Sliders, Grays, Risers, wha...
While the writing was beautiful, the grusome subject matter was a little too much for me. On a more technical note, the use of flashbacks was jolting and I never understood the stakes that Jana is fighting for. My idea of hell is ending up in high school when I die so that part was not appealing!
The single minded love in this book creeped me out until I remembered what it was like to be a teenager.