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Book Review: ‘The Sixteen: Book Two of the Soul Jumpers’ by Ali B.

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If souls really exist, can they move into another body after the death of their current one? Read More »

Book Review: ‘Answers About the Afterlife’ by Bob Olson

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This book answers 200 of the most frequently asked questions about death and dying, the afterlife, spirits, psychics, reincarnation, near-death experiences, and much more. Read More »

Book Review: Past Lives of the Rich and Famous by Sylvia Browne

Past Lives of the Rich and Famous is a considerable thrust into unknown areas. Read More »

Book Review: The Big Book of Reincarnation: Examining the Evidence That We Have All Lived Before by Roy Stemman

The Big Book of Reincarnation describes what may happen after death along with collaborating testimonies. Read More »

Book Review: The Big Picture: Insights From The Spiritual World by Garry Gilfoy

Seven individual share afterlife and past life experiences, visits from angels and the role karma plays in all this. Read More »

Book Review: The Big Picture: Insights from the Spiritual World by Garry Gilfoy

The Big Picture: Insights from the Spiritual World offers fascinating stories, religious history, and spiritual insights in readable fashion. Read More »

Book Review: The Land of Later On by Anthony Weller

Novel creates, but doesn't deeply explore, an afterlife where the dead are encouraged to reincarnate rather than stay in eternity, Read More »

Book Review: Blueprint by Lynnette Vaughn

An esoteric story about the evolution of souls. Read More »

Book Review: The Dog That Managed Hedge Funds by Nancy Parsons

A corrupt hedge funds manager who died in prison for bilking his clients is reincarnated as a dog dispensing get-rich-quick schemes and advice for the lovelorn. Read More »

Book Review: The Book of Lost Fragrances by M. J. Rose

The narrative of The Book of Lost Fragrances builds up slowly, but keeps you turning the pages to find out what happens next. Read More »