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On the surface, it is an engaging ghost-needs-help-from-the-living story. That might have been nice, popular, shallow. However, this author weaves in concepts of science, the medical field, religion, business, the media, ethics, and morals, both as stand-alone ideas and as they are interwoven with each other into very powerful social forces. The concepts are presented in different ways by different characters, mostly in fairly clear dialogue but also in action, so the reader sees just how far-reaching and interwoven the concepts are. Hint: Be sure to read chapter 10 twice to get a firm foundation before the concepts are tweaked and polished by the other characters throughout. As the novel continues, the reader should be able to extend the concepts through time into current and future events in the reader's OWN world, personal and global. There are lessons to be learned, not necessarily to make the reader a quantum physicist but perhaps as an eye opener to the neuroses exploding within our population (i.e., abnormal is the new normal) and how easily the actions, concepts, and words of a few can be harnessed to no good for us all. That's pretty impressive to be delivered by what appears as a simple ghost-needs-help-from-the-living tale. This book is not a difficult read, but it is indeed a thoughtful one.
Is it possible to travel back through time via Parallel Universe?
Charlie is a skeptic who investigates the paranormal just to impress the girls. He investigates an old Victorian home in Fresno, California, that is now a museum, that was once home to the Meux family. It was rumored amongst the staff members that there is a spirit believed to be that of the daughter Anne Meux.
Charlie sets up an individual investigation and is shocked to see a spirit materialize right before his eyes. Is he dreaming? Is he actually having a conversation with a ghost? This spirit mentions to him they knew each other in a prior lifetime. Charlie tells his best friend Stanley about his experience and they go back to the home to conduct another investigation.
Charlie travels via his dreams to visit with the ghost of Anne and learns of his past life with her. Charlie also learns about his close friendship with his friend Stanley who is actually his friend from that former lifetime.
It makes one think about Science and how it relates to the paranormal. Is there such a Parallel Universe as to the one we actually live in and breathe in our own physical world?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good writing really draws you in. You don't want to put it down and you don't want it to end.Published 4 months ago by D H
Ok, I get it. You don't like psychology or psychiatry, yada,yada,yada.
One thing that really turns me off a book is for the author to use the story to get on the proverbial... Read more
To be totally honest, I didn't like this book. It's a little wonky, preachy, and mostly paranoid. The story had potential, but it seems the author's bias and prejudice got in the... Read morePublished on July 28, 2014 by Carole M. Sauer
To be completely honest, I started reading this book and had to put it down. I got so bored with the pages and pages of explaining metaphysics I couldn't bring myself to continue... Read morePublished on July 2, 2014 by Love2Read
A new approach to science fiction makes this a book that I could not finish fast enough. I wanted to know what would happen next. Read morePublished on March 19, 2014 by Jeannie B.
The story was great, but they would talk about psychiatry and philosophy a lot which was done what boring, I skimmed past those parts.Published on January 9, 2014 by Rylah Ann
Not only does he delve into the history, but he also brings it to life with the here and now. Excellent reading, greatly written. I recommend it. Thought provoking as well.Published on December 28, 2013 by Cindy Garrett