An Unassigned Life

Susan Wells Bennett


An Unassigned Life

An Unassigned Life

  • Title: An Unassigned Life
  • Author: Susan Wells Bennett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Kindle Edition



Frustrated novelist Tim Chase just thought of the best plot idea he has had in three years The problem is he s dead.Now he s stuck in the afterlife as an unassigned soul with two goals in mind getting his last and greatest novel published and moving on.Why can George see me he thought Pulling the El Pad from his pocket, he read the answer Some living humans, particularFrustrated novelist Tim Chase just thought of the best plot idea he has had in three years The problem is he s dead.Now he s stuck in the afterlife as an unassigned soul with two goals in mind getting his last and greatest novel published and moving on.Why can George see me he thought Pulling the El Pad from his pocket, he read the answer Some living humans, particularly those suffering from a chemical imbalance of the brain, are able to see and interact with you Unfortunately, this imbalance frequently leads others to labelthese individuals as insane.Great, he thought If I want to hang out in an asylum, I can have all the company I want.Yes, answered the El Pad.


Recent Comments "An Unassigned Life"

Famous author Tim Chase is about to write the greatest novel of his life, in the afterlife, and as a muse. “Ha! She thought with a laugh, ghost writer. If ever such a name were more fitting, I’ve never encountered it.” And yet ghost writer is perhaps too obvious a title for a book dealing with death and atonement that takes as its premise the transliteration of the very phrase—from uncredited writer to uncredited writer who is also a ghost. Not surprisingly then, An Unassigned Life compr [...]

An Unassigned Life by Susan Welles BennettThis wonderfully imaginative and funny novel is about a writer named Tim Chase who commits suicide. Failing to meet the criteria to go to Heaven or Hell, he is left in limbo. His state of existence such as it is benefits from a mentoring angel who supplies him with El Pad—a computer like hand held tablet that answers his questions and provides rules for poor souls such as his caught in this state of unassigned life. El Pad allows him to go outside of h [...]

I thoroughly enjoyed the time spent reading An Unassigned Life by Susan Wells Bennett. Sharing a similar basic premise as Coward’s Blithe Spirit it competently stands comparison. The work is escapist comedy, light in tone with characters, both extant and extinct, who are credible and, in most cases, likeable. The plot develops logically and evenly, helped as it is, by crafted prose and well-turned phrasing, such as “Arthur’s comments followed her like a needy toddler.“ In the words of on [...]

I enjoyed this story from beginning to end. There are a few formatting errors where instead of just the first line being indented, the entire paragraph is, but it only occurred occasionally and wasn't distracting enough to detract from the story. I enjoyed the rules for the dead that allowed limited communication with the living, and the concept of the "El Pad" made me laugh. The storyline was not completely unpredictable, but Ms. Bennett's writing kept me engaged and interested the whole time, [...]

I was fascinated by an afterlife where a writer had a brilliant idea for a novel after his suicide and found a way to share that idea with the world. I also loved that the rules those unassigned lives must follow were kept on Kindle-like devices to connect the story to modern life. The characters were sympathetic, even when they didn't always act in likeable ways. I would highly recommend this novel to anyone.

This is a story about a writer. What he does affects everyone around him and he finds that he doesn't always see how it will affect them. Isn't that true for all of us? I quickly loved the other characters and found that many of the ideas expressed were unique, fascinating and thought provoking. It took me longer to love the main character. It has some twists and turns as well as a few laughs. It made me look at life differently.So glad I read it and I would highly recommend it to anyone!

I was hooked from the beginning. The concept for this book is so fresh and creative you just can't put it down. It deals with situations that all of us have wondered about and many of us have experienced but from a completely new and exciting perspective. I absolutely loved this book. THIS IS A MUST READ.

I really enjoyed this book - the paranormal aspect of it was very creative and I found myself either smiling, laughing, or getting teary-eyed throughout the entire thing. I looked forward to picking it up whenever I had a chance, and will definitely be reading more of Ms. Bennett's work.

You better believe in something Well-written, even believable in spite of the twists around real life and .e hereafter?Thoroughly enjoyed it.


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