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Imprint Paperback – May 27, 2008
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I'm a strange old soul who prefers to write fiction stories because they offer so much freedom in so many ways. In a world that has so many restrictions to a spiritual mind it feels good to float on the wings of fiction because there is no one dictating rules and regulations, just good old-fashioned freedom. I have always been aware of the invisible side of life and spent many of my early years working extra hard to shut the doorway. This led to a very unhappy incomplete way of thinking; eventually due to ill heath, I found myself looking within and realised that I couldn't run away from myself any longer. I came to a crossroads: live in fear of the other side or learn to understand it; I chose the second option.
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Imprint follows Hercular Rose's journey through the past lives she has lived - her Soul Journal - in order for her to come to terms with her past(s), learn from them, and move on.
Having heard from other reviewers that Annie Frame's Imprint was a must-read, I knew that I had to get my hands on a copy - and I am very glad that I did! I have always believed that there are people in the world who are more attuned to the souls of the past and the future, so the idea of reincarnation has never bothered me - just interested me. The idea that a person could have past lives and actually recall them is amazing. I have heard of using hypnosis to bring thoughts and alternate consciousness' to the surface, but I have never read about the methods used by Rose's character. The book is very short, ~74 pages, but the way the words and emotional descriptions leap off the pages allows for an amazing visual journey through each life and its connections. That said, Imprint is only a mere taste of the reincarnation experience, unlike Frame's The Quiet Road which delves deeper into past existence. Detailed, well-developed, and realistic characters paired with a captivating plot will leave readers open to the possibility of clairvoyance and past lives. Highly recommended for all readers.
-> I also love the cover!
Rating: On the Run (4.5/5)
*** I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
Annie Frame has a real talent making things jump off the page, she has a way with words, that takes the reader on an enlightening journey that they won't soon forget.
The story follows a woman's quest through her soul journal. Each life she visits teaches her something she didn't know before. Each thing she learns fits together, so she can learn from her past lives and her soul can evolve.
Each life she has lived, and now visits are very different, they are all so very interesting and leave you glued to the pages. Each emotion is explained in so much detail you find yourself drawn into the emotional roller-coaster.
The ending of the story is truly beautiful and I am so glad I got to read this entrancing journey.
Annie Frame for me, never fails to deliver a truly amazing read, she is so insightful and her work reads so well, her books so believable that you won't want to put them down.
I cannot wait to see her new up and coming books.
Only one small thing for me, I wish the book was a little longer.
I think that the author Annie Frame did a good job with this one in my opinion. The story has a lot going on and it is probably best that if you were to read it that you take your time with it. Don't let the length fool you. Go Slow.
I do have some complaints though, I felt that at times there were things missing and that the story could have benefited from being another 10 pages longer. I also think that perhaps there should have been more of an explanation leading into the story.
However, despite those faults I think this is a good book. Perfect for those needing a quicker read perhaps for the commuter and I hope to read her other book she published.
I'd like to thank Annie Frame who sent me a copy of her book in exchange for my honest review