Reviewed for Great Minds Think Aloud.
Restless in Peace by Mariah de la Croix
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A truly delightful story of humble mediumship, by a lady who spent five years working toward becoming a licensed funeral director, “Restless in Peace” relates some of the experiences of one woman who lives very close to the veil dividing the living and the not-so. Author de la Croix’s approach is stunningly lacking in arrogance and hubris; she endears herself to the reading audience by her modesty and by her acceptance of the Spirit World as a natural-if sometimes unseen-fact. Her story reads like a novel, though it is biography, and we see her as the kind of person we would be proud to befriend. Her encounters with the sometimes restless, sometimes roving, sometimes repetitive dead, range from the potentially chilly (and scary) to the gentle and the helpful (such as the female ghost who appeared only just in advance of phone calls relating the death of a loved one). I highly recommend this book-those readers who enjoy reading true accounts of mediumship will especially love it, but anyone can enjoy-and receive hope-from this book.
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