A School for the Dead
by R. Anne Moore
Squinting in the sunshine, I stretched awake, refreshed and ready for the day. Until I remembered. Images of the curious crowd and the ambulance doors closing hammered against my skull. And the school bus. Each detail of that frenetic ride washed over me. Ugh, the memory stream, again. I tamped them down, trying to concentrate. Maybe the bus will return and take me home. Like that was going to happen.
Remember, youre dead, a small voice reminded me.
The unimaginable and the magic of the unknown, the world of mortality and the world beyondall of these are the essence of A School for the Dead. Enter a world where the children are not quite what they seem.
About the Author
A fulltime professor of education at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, R. Anne Moore also enjoys hiking the beautiful areas of Oregon and Washington with her husband, David; writing sequels to A School; and working on a new womens suspense novel, as well as spending time with her grandchildren.
(2014, Paperback, 158 pages)