As a friend of the author, I can vouch that everything that AD has written in this book really happened to him and that explains why it can appear to be quite random at times. Yes, he was there at 9/11; yes, he has learned Qi Gong to an advanced level; yes, he has accessed his Akashic Records (though perhaps more explanation of this to the uninitiated reader could have been offered). The author did not construct these to advance a fictional storyline but simply because that was what he actually experienced.
Since it is all real-life, the events surrounding the passing away and mourning of his soulmate seem quite mundane and uninteresting. If you are looking for a Hollywood blockbuster or a romantic love story, this is not it. And yet, beneath the humdrum everyday existence documented in these pages, an extraordinary connection was forged between two people that is beautiful to behold. This is no fairy tale love at first sight, but the speed of its progression is astonishing and yet strangely it appears to evolve quite naturally. The untimely death is tragic but if everyone can experience love as deep as this just once in their lifetime, there would be no regrets.
This is a moving personal account and I thank AD for letting us glimpse into his heart and share his joy and sorrow.