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"The characters were extremely likable. I loved how spunky and sassy Bridget was. She was bold and was never afraid to speak her mind ... I highly recommend this book to anybody who enjoys reading a creative and unique mystery novel." - 4/4 stars Online Book Club
"Beyond Dead: A Bridget Sway Novel is truly an original and unique work ... sassy and quick-witted, fun for the reader." - 5/5 stars Reader's Favorite
About the Author
Jordaina Sydney Robinson grew up and, despite many adventures further afield, still lives in the North West of England. For fun she buys notebooks, gets walked by her husky puppy and sings really loudly and really badly whilst driving her trusty old Seat, Roger. If you want to find out just how bad her singing is then you can visit her official website at JordainaSydneyRobinson.com or facebook.com/jordainasydneyrobinson and ask her.
if you have not had a chance to look over this series i recommend that you get the sample of the book. it has got it all ghost humor, mystery, and just plain old laugh out loud funny. if you are into mysteries and paranormal and humor well here it is rolled all into one book.there are a few flaws with words but this author defenetly is one to keep up with.
I loved the different characters and the interactions between them. The setting was unique and fresh and the story revealed some clues but didn't give the ending away. I loved all the humour throughout the book!
A whole other world is presented as the afterlife with rules and jobs. Bridget is hit by a bus and dies. She finds herself trying to adjust. There are dead bodies in her locker and a mystery to solve before the murder gets her.
Odd rules for the hereafter: the dead have to work, live in community houses, attend orientation meetings. And the rules! Don't do this or that and certainly not that! Spunky heroines, confused heroes, a true delight!
Although another reader pointed out a hole in the plot, I still enjoyed the book. It's not filled with grammatical errors, it's a novel story with a really good plot, and some laugh-out-loud moments. How Charon was thrown in the story at the end, I didn't like. But the story was a complete story and enjoyable.