Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Conversations with Jerry and Other People I Thought were Dead

Author: Irene Kendig

Everyone has questions about what happens after death. What if all you had to do was ask?

When author Irene Kendig was introduced to medium Jana Anna, she was skeptical. However, during their first conversation, Jana made contact with Irene's mother, and Irene became a believer. What followed was a series of conversations with her mother, the Jerry of the title, and other friends and loved ones who had "crossed over."

Conversations is a deep, layered book. By turns intensely personal and grandly philosophical, Kendig's renderings of her sessions with Anna are a joy to read. This is a hopeful book, one that emphasizes the joy of living, and stresses against morbid fixation on death. Death is seen as another stage of development, and therefore nothing to fear.

Kendig is a speaker and self-acceptance coach, with a M.A. in Spiritual Psychology.

Conversations with Jerry and Other People I Thought Were Dead is a comforting, yet challenging book. This is Recommended for anyone who would like a new perspective on life, and the afterlife.

Reviewer: J. Blackmore, Allbooks Reviews. www.allbookreviews.com
Available at: www.conversationswithjerry.com

Publisher: Grateful Press
ISBN: 978-0-982-45670-5
Pages: 320
Price: $19.95 USD
Date: December 2009

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