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By Chele Pedersen Smith
Great title for these little stories of visitors from the afterlife passing through and signs and messages the spirits leave. Stories of faith in God and how when one is at the lowest God comes through for the individual. If anyone has had such experiences, he or she knows what it is like. Chele's stories will touch your emotions. I rate this well written book with its stories five stars.
I visualize these stories from The Pearly Gates Phone Company being made into a movie. Messages coming from Heavens phone company is a Great Idea!
So in your moment of just pure weakness or just reflection grab your copy of Pearly Gates Phone Company and just think on what could be happening around you from someone you love that has departed!
I found this an enjoyable/ easy read – a collection of bite sized stories that were both uplifting and interesting. They brought, very effectively, to my mind a time gone by - a glowing 70s.
The reason for my four, rather than five star, rating is that some of the writing was a little rough around the edges, grammatically speaking.
If you enjoy short stories / anecdotes this book is worth a look.
While I don't know the author personally, nor those recounted in the stories, I found myself thinking back on the events in the book hours after I put it down, as though reminiscing memories of times gone by, all of which have the hazy glow of a 70s retro filter in my mind's eye.
An enjoyable read that is easy going, as the chapters are small enough to read on the go or in between things. Even if you don't take the stories at face value there's still something for everyone here as each little anecdote is interesting and uplifting.