When she does admit shortcomings, it's in a very manipulating passive-agressive way.
Stephen says that our loved ones on the other side are desperately trying to reach out to us, the living, but that we are simply nonreceptive.
It would be interesting to hear from a teenager who has read the book, and whether or not it helped them see this.
This book healed me in a way nothing else could. My brother committed suicide and this book walked me through the grief and made it make more sense.Published 5 months ago by lisa fernandez
Keeps you wanting to know more,good book to read and learn about the after life.will definitely keep on reading it,since I'm only half way through the book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by dotty
While claiming an association with Christianity, her doctrines are 100% condemned by Scripture as blasphemy. A truly nauseating book for the gullible.Published 13 months ago by King James Bible Ministries International
The book is in almost perfect condition. Paperback and it's barely been touched so I will have a good time breaking it in. Thank you.Published 16 months ago by Leopold Stotch
To: Review from one who's been there..., January 14, 2011
"Heck, he even admits he doesn't know why he shoplifted in this life. Not very enlightened to me". Read more
I loved this book. it was insightful and informational. I really liked the honesty the author gives of her own failings and learns from them.Published 17 months ago by Martin
My friend gained a great deal from the book and it was perfect for the situation she is in. It came promptly and worked as I had hoped, Thank youPublished 18 months ago by Camille Svenson
What this book has disclosed is simply the truth about our afterlife. While I read it, I was full of joy and love! Thanks, Anne! Thanks, Steven!Published on February 5, 2011 by Clement Liu