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Reliving the Same Life: Three Quick Book Reviews

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson is about Ursula Todd, who is born on a snowy night and who dies soon after, only to be born again on the same snowy night. 596 more words

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Connections made by my awesome brain

How do you illustrate the moment before you know how yelling “I GOT IT!” is going to turn out?

Depending on how you look at it, David Wiesner’s new mostly wordless book is the answer. 123 more words

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Heaven and Its Pleasures

Sometimes the sorrows, the discouragement and the disappointments of this life can weigh especially heavy on our hearts. When things just don’t work out or when we suffer personal defeats or losses, sometimes the strain of it all can make us wonder if anything we do is really worth it. 1,053 more words


Death and Rebirth: Introduction

In 1975 Raymond Moody published his book Life After Life. It became an instant bestseller, sparking an intense popular interest in near-death experiences (NDEs) that has continued to grow ever since. 773 more words

Emanuel Swedenborg

Why Relive WWII?

She said, “I am in the future now, and I suppose this book is bearing witness to the past.” Kate Atkinson was born in late December 1951. 571 more words


Death Bed Visions and Connections

I’ve just returned from a couple of days in Melbourne where we visited The Royal Children’s Hospital for my sons last cardiac appointment and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre where I had another appointment with an endocrinologist. 178 more words

Back to the Beginning

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson
narrated by Fenella Woolgar

Method of consumption: Audiobook, then Hardcover

Book Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫
Audio Rating: DNF

My experience with this book was much like the main character’s life.   440 more words

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