I noticed a new review turned up on Amazon for my book, Unveiled: Fanny Chamberlain Reincarnated. It was so nice and well thought out that I wanted to save it here in my blog. It was tough to publish my reincarnation book but feedback like this makes it worth it.
You can find out more about my book here: http://jessicajewettonline.com/books/unveiled-fanny-chamberlain-reincarnated
Here is the newest reader review:
I am fairly new to the reincarnation concept, and have recently begun exploring my own (possible) past lives. This book gives useful overviews of basic concepts of reincarnation (though there are nearly as many theories out there as there are adherents!), situated within the author’s personal experiences.
Whether or not one believes in reincarnation, the author’s sincerity and humility in presenting her evidence (evidence is NOT conclusive proof, remember) is apparent on every page. The tone is that of one imperfect soul imparting her experiences to other imperfect souls, letting them take from it whatever they will. Many who claim to recall past lives, particularly lives in which they were famous or infamous, tell their stories haughtily, almost defensively; not so with this book.
The historical information was vivid; I could picture the places, the scenes in detail. As for personal details? Jessica’s current life has had its share of heartache, and I found that her hardships, though unique in some ways, resonate with anyone who has been betrayed, gossiped about, disbelieved, or abused in any way.
The overall message I gleaned from this book is that, yes, there is a great deal of evidence to suggest that the soul survives death, and that there is evidence to support the notion of one soul living multiple lives, learning and growing each time as it progresses towards perfection. That message is one of hope: if you make mistakes this time, there will be chances to make up for it in future lifetimes. There will be chances to break the cycles of pain, abuse, missed opportunities etc. Above all, there is the wonderful notion that love – that is, spiritual concern for and attachment to, another soul – never dies. That message needs to take root in every single human heart.