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We Need To Talk: Living With The Afterlife by [Ragan, Lyn]
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What would you do if someone you lost-- returned from the dead...
Chip and Lyn are a very happy couple and deeply in love. As they talk on the phone one morning, Chip encounters a trespasser while preparing his semi for work, and is murdered. He finds himself in the Afterlife, unable to be seen or heard by the living.Needing his fiancé to know he's still alive, Chip quickly learns to grab her attention with after-death communications (ADC's). While sharing his new life,divine love, and spectacular adventures, he takes Lyn to visit another world... the Afterlife.
"I have never witnessed a closer relationship between two people in two separate dimensions. If you wonder if life goes on after we die,you will be convinced that it does after reading this book." ~Leslie Dutton, Psychic Medium

"Love is a bond that survives even unthinkable tragedy. This story demonstrates how love is the bridge that supports and connects us to those departed." ~Robert SharpeAuthor of Joy Potential: Where You'd Least Expect It

"If you've ever wondered if the Soul continues on after the physical body ceases, wonder no more."
 ~Michelle Griffin, Through The Veil Productions
As the psychic mediums in this book point out, Chip is a perfect model for "proof of life" in the Afterworld. The evidence of his survival gives the reader hope that eternal love and ever lasting life do exist.Filled with grief, humor, and otherworldly love, We Need To Talk will make you question the nature of life after physical death.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2130 KB
  • Print Length: 261 pages
  • Publisher: Lyn Ragan (1 March 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00A89IG4A
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #227,872 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Labor of Love 7 June 2014
By Sheila Jenkins Author of The Day Before: Eternal Bonds into the Afterlife - Published on
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This book is a true labor of love written by Lyn Ragan alongside her sweet Chip! Their love still continues after his physical disappearance (murder) and reaches out to the reader in the most profound way! Lyn's account of her dreams that Chip is showing her are so detailed and palpable that I was left breathless as I myself relived every dream with her. I do believe that all of us can be open to After Death Communication but that Lyn truly was chosen to write about her and Chip's love story and continual existence after death. I love that Lyn states at the end of her book that one important component she failed to realize about life is -death. Whether it was her parents who failed to teach her or the schooling system or even an adult failing to discuss it her obsolete views about death were a learned behavior. She further states "I have to believe my reaction to Chip's rapid disappearance might have been different if I had been cultured about death in a spiritual sense. If somewhere in my life this was said, death is a celebration for the one releasing the human body I would have had the choice to grieve another way. If someone would have told me that communicating with the Afterlife is a natural process and just because we die a physical death, that doesn't mean our soul dies too". That is why I chose to call this book a labor of love because Lyn and Chip through their love are reaching out to help others understand just what Lyn and most of us don't. LOVE NEVER DIES AND NEITHER DO OUR LOVED ONES! Thank you so much for this beautiful story of love that reaches across the dimensions to educate others. You didn't have to write it but you did!!!
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Read it BEFORE you lose someone! 31 July 2014
By Pam McKeown - Published on
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I happened upon this book by coincidence. (fort the record, I don't believe in coincidences) I have read a ton of books on ADC's, NDE's, OBE's, and the like. I find the subject fascinating. So, when I came across 'We Need to Talk' I thought, what the heck. Sounds like a good book, right up my reading alley.

Well, little did I know that I would LOVE this book! It captured my attention in the beginning because it read like a fiction book, and I was intrigued! Most of the books I've read are more on a scientific, and fact based approach. This book was more....softer if you will, very refreshing. The book is well written and down to earth. The loss we all have either had or will have at some point in our lives is devastating...this book helps to really and truly understand where we go and how we really never do go 'anywhere'.

I highly recommend this book BEFORE you lose someone you love. It will help anyone and everyone who needs to heal and understand. The author went through her loss and devastation so she could share with us what she learned from her loss, that there is no ending to life and love.
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars I have to say it is painful for me to read 2 January 2015
By Halo - Published on
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Although this subject matter is very close to my heart, as much as I anticipated loving this book, I have to say it is painful for me to read.
My own dreams leave me exhausted and confused upon waking ('normal' dreams, not 'visitation dreams'). Spending a lot of my REM sleep in a dream state with dreams that make no sense and are fragmented basically annoys me. There isn't one night when I don't go to be and pray for am peaceful night with dreams that at least make SOME sense and don't have me running around...searching for someone, or something...climbing stairs, in elevators. It's just not fun having all this commotion in my head when I am trying to rest my mind during sleep.
What this book does is give me all that, but even worse. The author's dreams (which she seems to love) make me insane. I can't imagine having a loved one put me through all that. It's not like her dreams are ones of tranquility (what I would expect a representation of The Other Side to be), but riddles and chaos....just like my every day dreams that make me wake exhausted. Reading this woman's dreams when I have a hard time making peace with my own is just not what I expected. I cannot say I would ever recommend this book to anyone. It does not in ANY way, leave me with good feelings like other books on the metaphysical do. It just puts me on edge. Maybe when I get to the end of this 'nightmare' I'll feel differently but right now, I am not enjoying this read at all.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars JUST LIKE ME 9 November 2014
By Gregg - Published on
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I lost my beautiful daughter last year in a helicopter mid air explosion. Unlike Lyn, I've only had one dream in the beginning of my world falling apart. Within the last year I have written pages of signs and messages delivered by my beautiful baby. Lyn is right. Look for the signs and they will come.
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars good book about the afterlife 19 October 2013
By Angela - Published on
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It's got me interested in the afterlife. My husband passed away this year, and I wish I could see him anytime anywhere.
again. This book gives me hope because I believe in the afterlife.

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