Rand sees dead people—and many of them are children.
In a conversational style, the author shares the stories and lessons learned from the spirits of the dead children she's spoken with from the afterlife. Readers who believe Rand can commune with the dead will find comfort here, but skeptics are unlikely to be persuaded otherwise. The author lays out the chapters in four easy-to-read parts: SpiritTweets (which the author defines as a brief quote from a child spirit), SpiritThoughts, SpiritAnswers and SpiritSummaries. She tackles a variety of questions, such as the difference between a psychic and a medium, and offers suggestions for readers looking to become more aware of and receptive to the spirits around them. Certain elements of the book may be of particular difficulty for some readers, such as Chapter 8, "Over Before It Started: Aborted, Miscarried and Stillborn Children Speak." However charged the topic, Rand remains nonjudgmental and apolitical in tone. There's more lighthearted fare here as well—e.g., spirits would rather hear "thank you," instead of "please." The author isn't one to dismiss those who may be dubious of her talents, going so far as to incorporate their doubts into this book.
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