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Deleting perceptions the hard way!

Rewind and start your day all again and think for a minute was there any moment you forgive someone for the way they behaved they treated or their character itself is. 462 more words

Life After Life!

MIFF 2016 part nine

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As a child, I  was always jealous of kids whose parents let them look after themselves rather than be babysat. I was never allowed to go to those kids’ houses. 318 more words

'Life After Life' by Kate Atkinson ****

Life After Life is one of the most recent novels from one of Britain’s finest contemporary authors, Kate Atkinson. Here, Atkinson has used ‘the most turbulent events of the 20th century’ as her backdrop, and has proffered the question: ‘what if you had the chance to live your life again and again, until you finally got it right?’ Interesting foundations abound, and the story which she has crafted certainly builds upon this creativity. 584 more words

Life After Life - Kate Atkinson

Summary from Goodreads:

On a cold and snowy night in 1910, Ursula Todd is born, the third child of a wealthy English banker and his wife. 662 more words

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Ψυχίατρος στις ΗΠΑ ισχυρίζεται ότι οι ψυχές των ανθρώπων ζουν μετά θάνατον και μετενσαρκώνονται

Διερευνά τις περιπτώσεις των 2.500 παιδιών.

Οι ψυχές μας ζουν και μετά θάνατον και μετενσαρκώνονται. Αυτό είναι το συμπέρασμα του γιατρού Τζιμ Τάκερ, ο οποίος επί 15 χρόνια μιλούσε με παιδιά τα οποία, όπως ισχυρίζεται, δείχνουν σημάδια μετενσάρκωσης. 

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Book Reflections - Life After Life by Kate Atkinson 

I really like Kate Atkinson’s writing style. In Life After Life we follow the life and death of Ursula Todd again and again and again as Atkinson explores different possible ways that Ursula’s life could differ within the constraints of being born a girl in rural England just before the onset of WWI. 697 more words

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Book Review: Life After Life by Kate Atkinson

“What if we had a chance to do it again and again, until we finally did get it right? Wouldn’t that be wonderful?”

I am an absolute sucker for war-time novels, but none I have read previously had quite the emotional impact that this one did. 470 more words

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