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The Lovely Bones meets Ghost, Remember The Moon is a poignant story of an everlasting love that reaches far beyond the grave. Jay is a successful businessman, husband, and father. His sudden death leaves his wife, Maya, hollow and angry, and their seven-year-old son, Calder, spins destructively out of control. With help from a spirited afterlife therapist, Jay revisits hisThe Lovely Bones meets Ghost, Remember The Moon is a poignant story of an everlasting love that reaches far beyond the grave. Jay is a successful businessman, husband, and father. His sudden death leaves his wife, Maya, hollow and angry, and their seven-year-old son, Calder, spins destructively out of control. With help from a spirited afterlife therapist, Jay revisits his past, discovering hard truths about himself and the world he left behind. He attempts to comfort Maya and Calder in their grief while discovering his true “spirit” self. Then, when Maya hires a psychic to communicate with him, Jay learns her darkest secret and in his shock, inadvertently sends her on a path of ill-fated romance. Confronted with the decision to either follow his mortal instincts or help his wife find love, Jay must learn to transcend everything he ever was....

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  • Abigail
    2018-12-06 18:33

    I don't suppose I am allowed to rate my own book now... Lol!

  • Maxine (Booklover Catlady)
    2018-11-22 20:27

    This book was a really nice story, one of those feel good books that just makes you smile along the way. It made a lot more sense to me after I read that the author Abigail Carter had written a memoir prior to this about her journey as a widow after sadly losing her husband in The World Trade Centre on September 11th all those years ago. This book, no doubt is like a fictional version of the same journey, and will no doubt speak to many. What's the book about?Clinging to life from the edge of a cliff, Jay, a beleaguered software company executive sees the possibility of rescue in the eyes of the firefighter dangling nearby, but the car lurches and Jay plunges toward his watery grave. He floats above his lifeless body and hears a familiar voice. “Welcome home J.J.”Reunited briefly with his father, who died when Jay, a hapless 14-year-old was unable to save him after a canoe accident, Jay is introduced to his afterlife therapist Alice, who will help ease him into a life of being dead. Death isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.My Review:I was really drawn in to the first half of the book, it was fascinating hearing the voice of Jay after his death, the book describes in detail what is happening for him on the "other side" and the experiences he is having, the people who help him over there, like his dead father that he meets up with again.At the same time we see the journey of Maya and their young son Calder who are grieving the loss of Jay to his accident, we hear her thoughts and feelings and she expresses a lot of it in letters she writes to her dead husband. He pops through to show her signs that he is around, to his son too. We get to experience all the frustrations and learning curves on both sides of life and death with this couple. The book meanders back through their lives to when they met and Jay on the "other side" starts to learn that there is a higher purpose, a plan to all things that he had on earth when he was in a living body.There are strong elements of new age thinking in this novel about the afterlife and how it is, if you are a Christian thinker and believe in Heaven and not reincarnation or developing as a spiritual being over many lifetimes this book won't gel with those beliefs. But it's fiction and it's the authors perspective of the world we go to after death, so try not to take it too seriously. We watch Jay observe his wife and try to send messages and guide her in choices in her life. It speaks of love between the two of them but there is some plot twists and surprises that pop up along the way too.What choices will be made by Maya? How does Jay feel about her choices and how she is living her life? How much influence does he REALLY have from the other side?It's a good read, I rate it 3.5 stars (Goodreads rating), I liked it but I did not totally love it. I was a little bit bored by the "afterlife" elements of learning towards the end of the book, felt that was dragging it out a bit but overall an enjoyable and unusual book that many would enjoy reading. It's compared with The Lovely Bones but I don't see that apart from the watching from the "other side" element, The Lovely Bones is a much darker and more sinister book, this is very light in comparison. But if you like a good happy ending ghost story, this one will be for you.I received a copy of this book thanks to the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  • Madi Preda
    2018-11-11 20:13

    Abigail Carter wrote this story as a form of catharsis after her husband death in World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001 The Art Of Letting Go Remember The Moon is a fictional story of love and grief, a story about afterlife, which embraces paranormal experiences. The story is starting with a dream of the youngest member of Cavor family, a kind of premonition of the following events. A few days after the odd dream the things happen and Jay, the father of the little boy die. Almost buried by their loss, Maya and her son Calder have to fight with grief and learn to live again. In his life with the spirits Jay meet his father who passed away when he was very young, and the author introduces here a very interesting idea: The Transitional Intake which is a kind of therapy afterlife, a path toward accepting the death. During the therapy, Jay is seeing how he tossed away many opportunities to savor flavors and sensations in life that he now missed so much. The spirits teach him how to assist his wife and his little boy during the mourning period; he is seeing their feeling materialized in changing colors of their auras and in this way he knows how to help them in different situations. They rich such a level of communication that they can hear each other thoughts and Jay offer them his guidance and support just thinking the words to be spoken. Revealing the complexities of Maya’s emotions and her fight with letting go and burning her grief from day to day it makes the mourning story after Jay’s death a compelling page turner, effective long after the last page is read. Abigail Carter’s book, Remember The Moon it is a profound moving meditation on life, love and death which makes us to remember our humanness and our lack of invincibility.Remember the Moon: A Novel

  • Doseofbella
    2018-12-02 23:31

    Remember The MoonBy: Abigail Carter. Pages. 235Copy Courtesy of instafreebie.comReviewed by: tkA weekend getaway planned for the family skiing and just having fun together. When plans change, Maya, and their son Calder head out to the slopes without Jay. Jay just wants to have some alone time. He works hard running his own business putting in long hours, that he needs a break to recharge himself. Telling a lie to be home alone, a meeting that can't be rescheduled...perfect. Guilty of the lie, and Calders' disappointment is to much. Jay decides to drive up to the resort, and enjoy the rest of the weekend with his wife and son.Fate takes a turn...a car accident. Jay is dead. Really? He doesn't feel like he died. Jay may be dead, but he still has work to do. Maya, and Calder still need him. With help of his spirit guide, and his father that pasted away when he was young, Jay will rediscover himself, and help guide his family to happiness.A delightful read. I don't know what caused more tears, the loss, or the laughter. I adored the characters, and the sentimental devotion to memories, and life lessons. The story is unique. A realistic twist on life after death. I want to believe this to be true. A must have in your library. 5/5

  • Alex Rosa
    2018-11-24 18:18

    [I was given this ARC for an honest review]Read more reviews at www.authorarosa.comRemember the Moon is a book I might not have originally picked up to read, but it was a book that I am so glad I was given the opportunity to. It was much different than what I normally read, and different from what I even expected, but loved it.Remember the Moon was touching and intriguing, and to be honest, melted my heart. The story toys back at forth with the paranormal after the death of Maya’s husband, Jay, in a car accident. The story shows how it effects the family, including their 7 year old son, Calder. The story is surely tragic in the beginning but does blossom into something beautiful through the paranormal reaching out that Jay does in the afterlife, and Maya’s coping. It isn't a turbulent road, but it's a journey worth keeping up with.While the book is written from only two perspectives, that of the deceased Jay, and the grieving Maya, I loved the dynamics of trying to understand what both were going through and trying to gain and accept, both Jay in death, and Maya with being a widow. I especially felt for Maya who had trouble battling her grief and moving on, particularly in a romantic way. I mean, who wouldn’t? I can't imagine what that would be like! The journey here that Maya took wasn't one I expected either when combined with her deceased husband watching from the afterlife, but the journey the two take to get over the obstacles from jealousy, to misguided fate, to then conclude with an understanding of what's right and wrong to feel, I just loved the ride the author took me on.The way Jay tries to reach out from the other side is heartwarming and heartbreaking all at the same time. This is were confusion, jealousy and acceptance also comes in on his part. To be honest I enjoyed it so much I don't want to ruin the details. I enjoyed this dynamic of the book so much that I got hear his side.Jay also reaches out to Calder through dreams when life seems to get a bit chaotic for the kid, and he tries to get through to his wife through her art (which used to be an outlet for before his death) and during psychic appointments. Sometimes I just wanted to hug them both. Calder goes a bit off the deep end with his fathers death and the fact Jay aches to make it right. I felt it. What parent wouldn't want to help their child through such a thing?You might want to keep a box of tissues with you, but don’t worry, you’ll be doing a lot of happy smiling too, and maybe even some frustrated nail biting. But it's important to note that this book isn't short of wit and giggles too! The author definitely weaves an authentic web of, just *sigh* everything!The reason why this story hit me so hard is because it’s the reality that any of this can happen to anyone, the whole losing a loved one thing.It was heartfelt, thoughtful and above anything, raw in a fantastic way. It was the most refreshing, truthful, and lovely book I have read in a long while. An easy 4.5 stars!

  • Angela Dossett
    2018-12-03 22:33

    I was given the opportunity to read this book for my honest opinion. Though, this genre isn't one of my favorites, it did hit my fascination side with the hereafter. I'm in awe. The storyline and characters held me captivated. This story will capture your attention, values, and beliefs regarding death (as to what happens) and the grieving process for those left behind. I was so moved by the creative imagination of this author. All my senses were entwined in this amazing story/characters. It held perspectives of both, the deceased and the grieving family that's left to deal with the loss of a loved one in their need of understanding and compassion. This story made me cry throughout, so as a word of precaution, please have tissue readily available. This story is about Jay (deceased), Maya (spouse)and Caulder (son). In death, Jay takes a journey to his past and present to evolve his spirit. He matures, as he sees mistakes made in life, especially towards his family. He tries to help them, in dreams, animals and a medium. Maya is trying to grieve, while trying to raise their son who is dealing with grief in his own way. She questions herself through many aspects of her life and has a secret that will be revealed. She feels guilt, anger, and etc.., many emotions that people feel while grieving. With the help of others, she will finally live her life and raise her son. Jay and his grieving family will move on to their next phase of their journey. I've recommended this book to family and friends. Happy Reading. Cheers!!!

  • Kristal & Charmaine
    2018-11-13 00:23

    The blurb had me intrigued from the first sentence so I one-clicked and sat down to read, I finished it in an evening. I literally could not put it down. This book was a beautiful read, a journey through the story of grief and loss in both human and spirit. I loved how the author managed to weave the two stories together so beautifully, how human became intermixed with spirit and vice-versa.I guess I'm like a lot of people, curious about any potential 'afterlife'. It's natural as a human to wonder if there's anything for us after death, or before birth, natural to hope that our loved ones have gone somewhere and natural to hope that they could be watching over us, so close but unseen. The premise of this book exploring an idea of what could possibly be out there definitely appealed to my sense of curiosity. The ideas this author used to create this 'afterworld' were beautiful and sometimes unexpected, but always made sense for the story and characters. I have to say, if there is indeed something out there for us after death I wouldn't mind at all if what was in this book was our reality.As for the human aspect of the story, it was beautiful and heart wrenching at the same time. Calder (the son) had my heart breaking again and again. Following both Maya and Calder through all of the hurt, pain, loneliness and anger. All of the attempts at moving forward, of adapting to the new reality of mother and son only, of learning to live with the fact that life is changed and to some extent will always be different, the fact that you can never go back to how it used to be. It was written as it should be, all encompassing. Like a giant blanket of fog had been pulled over this family and they were trying to work their way through it. I can't ever imagine what the reality of losing your husband/parent would be like, but I am sure that this story does a very good job at creating the reality of such a horrible loss.This isn't my go-to genre but this is up there with some of my favorites from when I do read it from time to time. It was so heartfelt and poignant and it completely captured me. It's definitely a must-read, a very worthwhile story that was very deserving of being told.

  • Celia Conrad
    2018-11-30 23:20

    I was sent an Ebook by the author in exchange for an honest review.I generally don't like this genre but I thought the book had an interesting title and certainly Abigail Carter has a very engaging way of writing which draws the reader in to the book and keep reading. She makes you want to know what is going to happen and whether there will be a happier ending for Maya who has been widowed after the death of her husband Jay and for Calder their bereaved son. Abigail will make you think about grief and life after death and the life ever after - how she writes about these three things is actually very uplifting. She covers so well the range of emotions we feel when we lose someone dear to us.All in all I recommend this book.

  • Marichus Real
    2018-11-18 18:18

    A gifted copy was given in exchange for an honest review.A beautiful story about death and after death from the point of view of the person who departs and the people who are left behind and at the same time from an adult and a child point of view. You can see how the three main characters in the story, Jay, Maya and Calder, struggle with their grief in different ways. The story is totally believable. You can feel pain, sadness, fear, grief, love and desperation along with the characters. Don’t forget to have some tissues at hand, you are going to need them. A very well written book and without any doubt a must read.

  • Dj Acrey
    2018-11-18 20:20

    I really enjoyed this book, told from "The Other Side" or what the author thought the process may be once a person passes, I laughed and cried and felt connected throughout the story, it even brought me a sense of peace with my own family members passing, there are a couple typo's and a couple times I had to reread a passage to figure out whose thoughts were being expressed, but otherwise it was edited nicely, I would recommend this book for any one who has experienced a death of a loved one!!!

  • Jennifer Tressen
    2018-11-19 21:23

    Absolutely gorgeous in its lyrical language and look at the stages of loss from both sides of a tragedy. I loved every moment. Highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to examine what it's like to experience loss and find yourself again, sometimes in the most odd situations. It was one of those books in which you don't want to skip a single word. Awesome!

  • Michelle Josette
    2018-12-07 18:31

    Remember the Moon is the perfect combination of nearly every emotion - sadness, happiness, humor, frustration, love. It is just as uplifting as it is heartbreaking. Abigail Carter has crafted an imaginative story that is beautifully and poignantly written. What a triumph! I can't wait to read many more books from her in the future.

  • Marie (UK)
    2018-12-06 20:43

    A complex book perhaps discovering the meaning of loss both from the perspective of the dead and of those left behind. Gives a version of the afterlife as well as life after life lost. Some parts are a little complex philosophically or in an ethereal manner and need careful reading but an enjoyable read overall

  • J.D. Spero
    2018-12-11 23:43

    Unique concept. Beautiful prose. Powerful catharsis.

  • Monica Cullip
    2018-12-04 00:14

    Remember The MoonAbigail CarterI was given this story in exchange for an honest review.Maya and Jay are a young married couple with a seven year old son Calder. Jay works alot of hours in order to provide what he thinks are the necessities in life to his family. Maya wishes that he would spend more time with them that at the office. On the fatal weekend of the tragedy Jay was rushing from work to surprise Maya and Calder at a weekend away skiing. Unfortunately he ends up driving over a cliff and into the water, leaving Maya and Calder to face life with out him. Just like his mother had when his father had died in a drowning accident at a young age as well.This is the story of what happens to Jay on the other side. This is how his love survives and tries to help those that he has left behind. It is also the story of the struggles that Maya and Calder go through as they try to go on without the figure head of the family.It was not what I was expecting but it was beautiful. There was talk about different auras around those left behind as their moods changed, as they went throught the grieving process. It was beautifully done. I really felt for Maya as she tried to move on romantically and had to deal with her guilt for being attracted to Marcus. Calder’s character is heartbreaking as he tries to deal with his loss, we watch as he becomes angry and sullen and acts out against him mother.Jay tries to reach out to Calder and connects to him through his dreams and connects with Maya through her art and in the form of crows. The visits to the psychic provided another excuse to get the kleenex out as Maya and Jay struggle to connect to one another.This story was so powerful because it was so raw and truthful. It could happen to anyone at anytime, whether it be from an accident as such or even an illness. We really don’t know what goes on after death, but wouldn’t it be beautiful if the way this author portrays an after life is really the way that things could be. It really makes the reader sit back and truly be thankful for everything that they have in their life. I loved the part where Jay was questioning why he was allowed to be in Calder's life for such a short time, whether he was important in the long scheme of things, and the answer he was given " because Calder picked YOU to be his father." This writer reminds me of Nicholas Spark. I would rate this story a 5/5.

  • Connie Anderson
    2018-11-17 01:13

    I lost my cat and my Grandma (my 2 best friends) within 3 weeks of each other. That was 2 years ago. I won't give a synopsis of the book, as you can read it above and in other reviews. This book is not only a romance. It is about the family's lives after the death; and how they grieve. Three kids in the summer, at a lake sealed their fates between each other. And, that carries on throughout the entire story. It has intrigue, secrets, and revelations. The husband appears to Maya (the wife) a great deal of the time as a crow or raven, or as many of them. I went about 40 miles a couple of days to a lake. So, it is far for the same one that followed me at home all the time. My Grandma came to me as a small, canary yellow butterfly. No matter where I went, there she was!!!! My daughter thought I was nuts, but I told her to LOOK! We were in the cemetery one day, and the butterfly kept circling me and getting closer and closer.....then it landed on my shirt. I freaked out and screamed "Get it off me! Get it off me!" I felt so horrible after that.....that was Grandma trying to give me a hug! I got stung by a bee on my throat when I was a child. But, Grandma loves to play practical jokes on me, and I vision her laughing up there. She scolded me when I had an occasional Pepsi. And, lately, she turned on my daughter's IPad, it wasn't plugged in or anything. I texted my daughter about it, and then it shut itself off! It was in her chair. I am telling what happened to me so that you know that these things so that you don't scoff at the crows. I love Ravens. This is a really profound book. It is no ordinary grieving story. This is so very much more than I could even begin to describe. The more you get into the book, the better and better it gets!!!! The veil to the other side is constantly getting thinner and thinner. This book is one of the ones leading the way. You will want this book! People may be talking about it after they have read it. It is THAT GOOD! ^I won a copy of this book on the Goodreads "First Reads" giveaway, so that I could preview it and give my honest opinion. Thank you to Abigail Carter for signing my copy.

  • Connie Anderson
    2018-11-19 23:24

    I lost my cat and my Grandma (my 2 best friends) within 3 weeks of each other. That was 2 years ago. I won't give a synopsis of the book, as you can read it above and in other reviews. This book is not only a romance. It is about the family's lives after the death; and how they grieve. Three kids in the summer, at a lake sealed their fates between each other. And, that carries on throughout the entire story. It has intrigue, secrets, and revelations. The husband appears to Maya (the wife) a great deal of the time as a crow or raven, or as many of them. I went about 40 miles a couple of days to a lake. So, it is far for the same one that followed me at home all the time. My Grandma came to me as a small, canary yellow butterfly. No matter where I went, there she was!!!! My daughter thought I was nuts, but I told her to LOOK! We were in the cemetery one day, and the butterfly kept circling me and getting closer and closer.....then it landed on my shirt. I freaked out and screamed "Get it off me! Get it off me!" I felt so horrible after that.....that was Grandma trying to give me a hug! I got stung by a bee on my throat when I was a child. But, Grandma loves to play practical jokes on me, and I vision her laughing up there. She scolded me when I had an occasional Pepsi. And, lately, she turned on my daughter's IPad, it wasn't plugged in or anything. I texted my daughter about it, and then it shut itself off! It was in her chair. I am telling what happened to me so that you know that these things so that you don't scoff at the crows. I love Ravens. This is a really profound book. It is no ordinary grieving story. This is so very much more than I could even begin to describe. The more you get into the book, the better and better it gets!!!! The veil to the other side is constantly getting thinner and thinner. This book is one of the ones leading the way. You will want this book! People may be talking about it after they have read it. It is THAT GOOD! ^I won a copy of this book on the Goodreads "First Reads" giveaway, so that I could preview it and give my honest opinion. Thank you to Abigail Carter for signing my copy.

  • Suze Lavender
    2018-11-29 20:13

    Jay has been married to his childhood love for years. They have a son together and they should have been a happy family, but Jay is never home. He doesn't spend enough time with Maya and Calder. Then one night Jay makes a mistake when he's too tired while driving. He dies and finds his father waiting for him in the afterlife. Jay's dad did also die young and in a similar way. Jay has to accept that he's no longer alive and that he can't be with his family anymore. Maya has to move on and get used to being a single parent. Taking care of a difficult Calder isn't very easy. She also has to come to terms with something she has done before Jay died. Jay tries to help Maya and Calder as much as he can until it's time for all of them to let go. Jay even supports Maya when she's trying to find new love.Remember the Moon is an impressive read. I liked how Jay continued to be a main character and didn't cease to exist in death. It was beautifully described and a wonderful idea of what could happen when someone dies. I liked the communication between Jay and Maya. That was such a strong part of the story. Maya contacts a medium to get closer to Jay and she helped both of them very much, but that isn't the only way for them to communicate. Maya's art is very important. Calder is acting up after the death of his father and Jay and Maya sometimes have different ideas about parenting. Jay can't do much, but he does everything he can do. It all felt so real. I loved this unusual and intense story. Even though I had tears in my eyes sometimes, the characters remained strong, they faced reality and they were hopeful which was exactly right. Remember the Moon is a book about an emotional topic, but the writer didn't turn it into something too heavy. It was this perfect balance that made the story really great.

  • Mary Oak
    2018-11-14 23:39

    Abigail Carter’s first novel (and I hope she will write more!) is a refreshing read. I thoroughly enjoyed the multi-dimensionality created by including one character in the afterlife, and his experience there as well as his interaction with the land of the living. Although it may seem far-flung as an idea, the story itself demonstrated a remarkable sense of being matter–of-fact. This believability may be due to the authority Ms. Carter has as a widow herself. I can imagine it was therapeutic to write this story, but her skill in doing so brings it to an artistic level. Her characters are distinct and vivid and I appreciate the way humor and wisdom are both present as the captivating story unfolds.

  • MaryJane Rings
    2018-11-14 22:24

    I was pleasantly surprised as I have never looked at the subject of death from the point of view of the deceased. It was a poignant story of grieving, and final acceptance that it is possible to move on with life for the family left behind and another plane in the progression of the soul for the person who has died. I have always believed the dead do move on when their life on earth is over but Ms. Carter clearly depicted this transition in a truly believable way. As Jay helped Maya to deal with her grief, he was also able to deal with his entrance into a spiritual plane. excellently written .

  • Margaret Bendet
    2018-12-03 01:25

    Perhaps I shouldn't review this book, because I did play a small part in its inception--I was one of the people who suggested Abigail Carter write this novel. But, truly, I had no way of knowing she would do such a spectacular job of it! I found myself fascinated by the story; I couldn't put the book down. Remember the Moon is a work of fiction that has greater reality in it than could possibly be contained in a memoir. It's a book that dares to delve into the uncharted territory of the afterlife, with no path to promulgate, no agenda to pursue, no message to convey; with just an astonishing--and touching--story to tell.

  • Carol-Ann
    2018-11-11 21:16

    An interesting and touching read that deals with a parallel walk between a husband and wife after his death. She mourns and struggles through a difficult time being a young widow and single mother, whilst he watches over her and their son. If you have ever wondered what happens to you after death, you will find this story intriguing. It is obviously the author's version, but nonetheless, a believable one. It is thought provoking and touching, and shows clearly what the loss of a loved one can do to those left behind. Certainly worth reading if you have ever wondered about life after death, love and loss, and how you would deal with that.

  • Arleene
    2018-12-02 23:25

    Iffy start, but a nice love story after allRight off the bat, I was distressed watching the family of this story torn apart by the death of the father/husband. Not sure I wanted to read such a sad story. But the plot followed the afterlife premise proposed years ago by the author of "Seth Speaks", which was a philosophy that resonated with me. So I persevered, and midway through, the story became more touching and optimistic. By the end, things resolved themselves happily. Quite a nice love story by the end.

  • Heather Canfield
    2018-12-03 17:31

    Beautiful and FascinatingAmazon recommended this book based on my purchase of The Lovely Bones. I liked this one better, because there was no creepy neighbor guy, no crime, but there were insights into what the afterlife may be like for those who pass from this world. I found the descriptions beautiful and comforting, and the explanations given by the spirit guides to be valuable instruction for this earth life. Poignant and heartbreaking, but sweet and full of hope, this book was hard to put down.

  • Josephine Ensign
    2018-11-11 19:35

    In the spirit of transparency, I know the author/am a 'Hedgebrook sister' with her, as well as being in a writing group with her. Abby has experienced personal grief, with the loss of her husband in the NYC 9-11 World Trade Center tragedies. She has transformed her grief/loss into avenues for helping others going through similar painful times. 'Remember the Moon' is a lovely work of fiction set in the Pacific Northwest, which explores the effects on a young family with the accidental death of the husband/father. The cover art for this book is memorable and hauntingly beautiful.

  • Kay Mcaloney
    2018-11-21 17:34

    I really liked this book. I don't normally like books that have spirits speaking but this one was done in a different way, more of another character speaking, It may be because I lost my mother about one year ago, I want so much to believe that it is her as a butterfly or cardinal that is watching over me. I think of her everyday and wish there were more signs that she is still with me. For that reason, the timing was right for me to read and enjoy this book.

  • Jessica Berrios
    2018-11-17 21:26

    This was a very interesting read. You have to have some belief in the afterlife and the paranormal in order to enjoy this book. I believe in a lot of superstitious things so this book really peaked an interest. It got to a point where I could not put it down. I wonder if a lot of what I read is true? Makes me ask...What if. For anyone who has lost someone, read it. It might help a bit if only you believe.

  • Georgann
    2018-11-13 20:14

    Interesting view of the afterlifeThe narrator, Jay, takes you with him on his journey of enlightenment as he leaves this world and enters the nether realm. Observing his wife and young son's grief. memories of his own father's early demise guide him as he discovers their lives are still connected and death is just another journey.

  • Caitlin Janke
    2018-11-18 19:29

    I received an ebook version through booklikes. Amazing. I really enjoyed this book. It truly touches your heart And makes you think. Abigail Carter should not give up on fiction, I bet she could write some best sellers.

  • Stephenie
    2018-11-24 01:29

    I absolutely LOVED this book! I originally downloaded it because of the title. I found myself not being able to stop reading. It goes along with many of the beliefs I have about spirits and what happens to us when we are gone.