by Elizabeth Eckert

When Adrianna dies, it’s not what she expected.

The police section off the area even though there is no crime. She was not mugged, struck down, shot, or stabbed. She simply dies, leaving bystanders with expressions of sadness, surprise, and curiosity.

Death brings with it something else: She doesn’t know if she’s a spirit, a ghost, or the beginnings of a zombie. But she can still see, think, and remember.

Meanwhile, there’s Jonathan. While it’s unclear if he’s an angel or something else, he seems to know that Adrianna is meant to serve a great purpose and that there’s a reason she’s continued on.

Jonathan must also try to unravel the mystery of Dierdre, a child who for some reason has not moved forward in the afterlife. He thinks there must be a reason for that, but he struggled to figure out why she’s trapped in between worlds.