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Although hardly the most indepth book on the market on the topic of mediumship and I found personally found no new enlightenment here, Gordon Smith does write in a style that is fluid and accessible. This is also a very honest account by a very good and very honest medium. For those new to the subject area, however, I'm sure it will prove both delightful and informative.
Gordon Smith is a wonderful medium and he certainly has stories to tell - so why doesn't he tell them? I found this book really dissapointing with so little detail. Gordon Smith should stick to talking to the spirits and get someone else to write his books. If you read books by great mediums like John Edwards or Doris Stojkes they are so brilliantly written and you completely engage with each and every person who's lives have been touched by the medium. In this book I just didn't engage with Gordon or anyone he worked with. there were also some very poor attempts at wit that just didn't work.
I don't agree with all that has been said in this book. Then again, you feel the author is telling truths. (For more of a closer contact with the spirit world, I would recommend: The Throne Room).
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