29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
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This review is from: Everything Happens for a Reason (Hardcover)
This book scored highest for its clarity and straightforward style. It make the point that these issues of life and afterlife can be discussed in a sipmple manner that is not simplistic. Similar books often become highly esoteric and end up talking about ideas rather than realities. The treatment of liffe experience as being educative can seem a little narrow and therefore superficial but this book makes a convincing case for experience having some sort of educative purpose that is unique to each one of us. Although the book will probably not convince those that are predisposed against these kinds of issues , afterlife and such, it is a good read and communicates to a broad readearship base. It is written with aparent courage in that there are no vague outs for the author. she simply gives a straightforward account of her experiences with real stories that she believes in. This gives it a refreshing style. There is a strong emphasis on choice and freedom and is therefore very western in slant, but this makes it appealing as well.