An absolutely mind boggling book. I felt that the writing was pretty slow, and contained lot of unnecessary detail in the first couple of chapters. Maybe they were ‘setting the scene’ or maybe just needed to make the story longer. But in any event, once you get past the first couple of detail-filled chapters, the story is just astounding. It is well worth wading through the detailed beginning. This is a book that may change your mind about a few things.
The details that this young boy remembers from his life as a WWII pilot are amazing. The irony of his father's determination to disprove reincarnation and his son's revealed material heightens the interest. I was interested in the facts, so skimmed through some of the detailed personal data, but it adds authenticity to the story. I especially enjoyed the sections where the boy talked to his sister from the previous life and also met, identified and talked with some of his fellow pilots (now quite elderly). His information about fellow pilots who had been killed was also very impressive.
Heard about this book on the news. Good read, glad to read it but the media ruined the book by telling all the good parts. Still a very interesting read!
There are no ages for this title yet.
There are no summaries for this title yet.
There are no notices for this title yet.
There are no quotes for this title yet.