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I'd Rather Not Be Dead Paperback – December 14, 2012
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About the Author
Andrea Brokaw is presently alive. She is currently in Baltimore, Maryland, but she moves often enough she could be just about anywhere by the time you read this. She likes moonlit strolls in cemeteries, antique buildings, and snow. She has two cats, a boy, and a husband who she frequently ignores in order to write.
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Pardon me; I'm going to go buy another book by Ms Brokow, now.
There is definitely a lot going on in this book; the main thread is "a romance" but there are so many other issues brought up along the way, and it's definitely not your average "love story" due to the characters' unique circumstances. I think I held my breath throughout the last few chapters, and my eyes grew wider every time I turned the page.
The story ends, but there's definitely room to write sequels. I was just noticing how pretty much every new book is Book 1 in a series these days and that I'd like to just read a story that starts and ends in one book, but here I am wishing there were a sequel to this, or that it were first in a series, because I like the characters so much and want to see where they go from here.
The plot was inconsistent and half-forgotten, the characters were bland and borrowed, the writing was uninspired, and overall the entire thing seems to exist solely so that the author can put down “author” on her resume.