Natural, flowing, conversational, funny and profound. This is a great book, full of forgiveness, hope and loving light. It is a pleasure to read such a hopeful proof that the afterlife isn't about fake, human invented fire and brimstone BS.
A lovely story, but is it true? This is the question. I hope it is. If the dead can really communicate so easily, why has it not happened before. I still remain a sceptic although many of the events certainly rang true e.g. the "knowledge" out there, the thought communication, the "melding with God" all made sense. I notice with all these stories there is no hint at answering the big questions, like how old is earth, how far away are the stars, do aliens really exist, what is God, what do the dead do when they die.
I enjoyed it and it gave me food for thought. I have from the age of 6 believed in life after death, after an out of body experience. Funnily enough after contacting my mum who is in spirit by a medium, she said I wasn't correct about everything that happens when you die, there was much, much more I didn;t know. So this book was very appropriate to read after that.