Dead Rules (Google eBook)

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Harper Collins, Jun 21, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 384 pages
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Till death

Jana Webster and Michael Haynes were in love. They were destined to be together forever.


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.


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.


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.


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The writing is so skillful and beautifully rendered. - Goodreads
Dead Rules is a portrayal of teenage love's dark side. - Goodreads
There is no other plot then that. - Goodreads
That's really what the plot is. - Goodreads

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User Review  - kacimari - LibraryThing

Randy Russell was kind enough to send me a signed copy of Dead Rules. If you plan on reading Dead Rules (read it!) then you might want to stop here so I don’t ruin it for you. (Thank you so much!) If ... Read full review

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User Review  - DarkFaerieTales - LibraryThing

Review Courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales Quick & Dirty: This was a surprising and interesting take on death from a dead teen’s point of view. Opening Sentence: Jana had the jitters. The Review: Dead Rules ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Randy Russell believes in ghosts. He conducts an annual ghost seminar for the State of North Carolina and can be found most summers sharing true ghost stories at visitor centers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. He wrote Dead Rules because he believes ghosts should be allowed to share their stories of encounters with humans. He lives in Asheville, North Carolina.

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