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Paranormal Realities Paperback – June 7, 2009
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"Neverworld Wake" by Marisha Pessl
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The grammatical errors and poor editing do distract somewhat from subject matter. The stories need to get the facts out more and indepth discussion of investigation, what they do and use equipment wise, more than just who said what or where which isn't that important. Yes, we want to know about the various personalities involved but it's more important to have indepth facts, scientific proof, etc. I'd like to know more about their equipment they're using, their "psychic" feelings, the only one I know has any is one of the Brian's but it seems they all do to certain extent. I'd like to know more about how they determine it's demonic if it's not an actual possession or oppression. I'd like to see more photos and hear alot more about actual cases than just the few represented instead of the wasted space he used talking about Urban Legends which I thought detracted from the books. I want to know what he himself has witnessed not secondhand information about things that supposedly happened but there's no real proof. I am interested in HIS cases.
I think the book is worthwhile reading if you ignore the grammar and poor editing. You do learn things that you may not know already.