From the author of Yesterday's Children, an update on her research into her past lives
Jenny Cockell has always had memories of living before. In her first book, Yesterday's Children, she described her search for the past life family which had haunted her from her earliest childhood. She remembered living as Mary Sutton, an Irishwoman who had died over 20 years before she was born. She gave an extraordinary account of how she successfully found Mary's surviving children, and was reunited with them in the present. Here she brings readers up to date with her story, giving details of the four past lives that she remembers most clearly and explains how she has tried to trace them all. In particular, she remembers a life in Japan, which she has desperately sought to verify and uncover. Beginning with flashes of memories that she experienced in childhood, Jenny describes how she "found" Mary and her children, her subsequent researches into her Japanese life, and what it all means. It is a page-turning account of one woman's journey to find the lives she lived before.
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About the Author
Jenny Cockell is the author of Across Time and Death, Past Lives, Future Lives, and Yesterday's Children, which was adapted into a made-for-TV movie starring Jane Seymour and airing in 2000 on CBS.