Book Review | The Waiting Room by Alysha Kaye

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Book Review | The Waiting Room by Alysha Kaye

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4/5 stars

What happens after death? This is a question that mankind has questioned since the beginning of time. The possibility of an afterlife has created different religions and beliefs, and many radical theories. Kaye’s novel joins the group of fiction novels that challenges and creates the idea of a life after death.

After his death by car crash, Jude is stuck in the waiting room, as are numerous others. After a while, their names are called, and they vanish. Everyone, except for Jude. He doesn’t know why he’s special. No one knows what’s going on. So he waits.

I actually just started following Alysha Kaye’s blog a little while ago, and if you want to check out her blog as well, I’ll have it linked. ( Alysha’s blog )

I first want to start off talking about the plot and premise of the book, because that’s what I enjoyed…

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About Alysha Kaye Mendez

Author of THE WAITING ROOM, available now on Amazon! 9th grade English teacher, tirelessly trying to save the future from their/they're/there catastrophes (it could be ugly). Teaching writing and being a writer at the same time is harder than it sounds. New goal=be both, better.

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  1. Now I really have to dust off my manuscript and get busy. I’ve been reading up on your book. I’ve always been fascinated with that kind of topic. Movies like Flatliners and Jacob’s Ladder have always hooked me in based on that theme. BTW, congratulations on publishing. Love your B/W avatar pic, wicked cool.

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