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I think anyone whose life is at a changing point might best love this book.
The first one is great also and many have read it so long ago, it may be worth a re-read before one heads into this one.
Thank you, Richard Bach for being true to the message of Illusions, and for sharing your follow up story.
Having read several negative reviews of this book it's obvious that readers of some of Bach's books had expectations that weren't met. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jeff Maziarek, author of Codi's Journey
Reality hits the man who has avoided all probable negative inputs to ones life - it was interesting how Richard Bach handled the airplane crash and his life threatening physical... Read morePublished 7 days ago by J. Ireton
Another chapter to Richard's famous classic. Not like the original, but that was fine with me.Published 8 days ago by Common sense consumer
A great follow up. Makes me simultaneously wish to meet the man in person and also know that it is pointless to do so.Published 8 days ago by Rudolf Flores
I always loved Richard Bach's books, but this one was a big disappointment. I keep trying to read it and I still can't finish it.Published 11 days ago by BDF
I usually enjoy Richard Bach's books so I thought I it would be good and I was not disappointed. It was a very inspiring story and one that helps me to see the truth of who we... Read morePublished 13 days ago by John
I loved it. I had no idea that Richard Bach had gone thru so much and came out of it with such a great experience.Published 18 days ago by Normand R Carter
Preferred his Jonathan Livingston Seagull more: Also When You Love Someone Aren't You There With ThemPublished 19 days ago by JUDITH A KROHN
My old teacher returns and then reminds me what I already knew.Published 22 days ago by Gerry Curtis