I am not quite certain what you want to do.
As far as I know, you cannot continue text, tables and columns, skipping a page (page layout is an object but page probably is not). You can try linked frames, anchored to page (they can be aligned to span the page). The number of linked frames in a document is limited. Text flows from one linked frame to another.
In a printed book, you see only two facing pages. You cannot see pages 3 and 5 or 2 and 4 together. Booklet printing lets you assign pages for double-sided printing 'booklets'. Actual books consist of bound 'booklets'. Nevertheless, with a book printed on paper, you never cannot view 4 pages together, thus, having page 5 continuing page 3 is usually not a reader-friendly option.
Of course, word processors are not meant to do the job of high-level and cost professional software like QuarkExpress or Adobe InDesign.