What is “the waiting room”?
Jude and Nina are the epitome of that whole raw, unflinching love thing that most people are jealous of. That is, until Jude dies and wakes up in The Waiting Room, surrounded by other souls who are all waiting to pass over into their next life. But unlike those souls, Jude’s name is never called by the mysterious “receptionist”. He waits, watching Nina out of giant windows. He’s waiting for her. What is this place? How long will he wait? And what will happen when and if Nina does join him? The Waiting Room is a story of not just love, but of faith, predestination, and philosophy, friendship and self-actualization, of waiting.
What is the “waiting room“? Purgatory? Hell? I haven’t had the chance to read this intriguing book but given my fondness for stories featuring ghosts, the afterlife… or what have you, I would say this is my cup of tea. Plus how can you not read something by an author trying to save future generations from the coming grammar apocalypse?
Author of The Waiting Room Alysha Kaye is a seventh 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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