Drawing on 40 years of research and stories, Sylvia Browne gives us an exploratory look at how animals "live" after death on the Other Side. From our pets' never-ending loyalty, heroic deeds, and comedic behavior to how animals see spirits, Browne shares heartwarming and tear-jerking tales about pets from across the country and around the world.
©2009 Sylvia Browne; (P)2009 HighBridge Company
"Heartwarming, inspirational and healing"
I have always loved Sylvia Browne and what she does with her amazing psychic abilities. I found this book very comforting and healing after the sudden crossing of my beloved cockatiel Gwen. Whether you believe in what she does or not, Sylvia's book is just wonderful. It will warm your heart and touch your soul. I have rad several books on pet loss, but this one has provided me with the most solace and comfort by far.
"Loved it and I would read it again and again"
Yes. Anyone who loves their precious animals. It helped me when I lost my Bobby so expectantly. There has to be more beyond this life and Sylvia Browne does such an excellent job of explaining the beauty and the joy of what we have to look forward to. Knowing we will see our beloved pets makes it that much easier to say goodbye. for now.
I don't know of another book that compares.
I enjoyed knowing how my dogs are. I needed to know they were okay.
I just loved this book! My favourite is chapter 7 where she tells stories about pets from letters she's gotten. They are so uplifting about pets rescuing humans from danger, taking care of them when they're sick and just generally being the little angels that we know they are! I will listen to this book many times and feel good.
"Pets go to heaven"
I like knowing I will see all my pets again soon, I would recommend this book to everyone
"Need to listen to"
This was a great book different perspective on animals now both domestic and wild recommend to anybody with or without animals
"Needed an editor"
Good if you want a positive view of heaven where you will see your pets. However book and narration needed an editor and a director. Ignorant generalities about breeds and narrator kept pronouncing the breed shih tzu like the massage shiatsu. So annoying. Recording cut out and failed with about 30 minutes remaining and I didn't contct tech support because I really did not care to hear more.
"Far too Emotional"
This seems to have been written to appeal to the emotional feelings of pet owners. There is no evidence of anything.
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