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Growing Up in Heaven: The Eternal Connection Between Parent and Child

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Can't put this down

Although this book has been written primarily for parents who have lost a child, I found it extremely comforting even though I have lost my sister. I am a really big fan of Van Praagh's writing style in his previous books and this book is no exception. He comes accross ...
Although this book has been written primarily for parents who have lost a child, I found it extremely comforting even though I have lost my sister. I am a really big fan of Van Praagh's writing style in his previous books and this book is no exception. He comes accross as genuine, empathetic and very convincing and provides great comfort to anyone who has lost a loved one. I must admit that prior to reading his works, I was a non believer, in fact I still have abit of skepticism at times but I find when I reread Van Praagh's books it's not difficult to believe that there has to be a spiritual side to our existance.I would absolutely recommend this book to anyone who is suffering the loss of a loved one.

posted by vedir on June 2, 2011

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Build you up and then it lets you down

In the beginning of this book I could not bring it down. Then toward the middle of the book it was a big let down. I believe in many thing, but I believe the author ran out of things to say to keep me interested. I have lost a child now, she left 2 years ago. I have...
In the beginning of this book I could not bring it down. Then toward the middle of the book it was a big let down. I believe in many thing, but I believe the author ran out of things to say to keep me interested. I have lost a child now, she left 2 years ago. I have been looking for answers ever since, sorry you will not find them here.

posted by Amerzwings on December 29, 2011

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