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Thus begins the story of Ann Andrews, a mother living in England with a unique experience to share about her life and her son, Jason. What sets Jason apart from the many other young children who are now being born with exceptional multi-dimensional abilities - called "Indigo Children" - is that Jason is not only an abductee, but is himself of extraterrestrial origin.
Jason explains that "Technically, we are all extraterrestrials, because there is no one amongst you who 'comes' from here."
After years of uncertainty, Jason progressed from an initial standpoint of fear and terror to a point in his teens when he began accepting "their" teachings and to acknowledge who he is - one of many Indigo or Star Children here on Earth helping humanity to evolve to the next evolutionary step. Jason says he came to our planet with two purposes: "I wanted to experience what it was like to be human...as a human, I would be in a better position to help the rest of you when the time comes."
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Interesting story but the interviewer pays his interviewees no justice by using poor recording equiptment. The whole thing is set against tinny background music which at times makes it very hard to listen to. I suggest any interested purchasers preview this book before purchasing.
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A big pile of crap
I thought it was going to be a nice tale about belonging or not, just a big pule of nonsense fiction!.. don’t waste your money like me!...
I guess this is an interesting story but it starts off really disjointed. A woman is talking about something but you don't know what then to make it more frustrating they have music playing loud enough to make it distracting. I had to strain to focus on the words but the music got too much and I could not listen anymore. Besides that it sounded like I was listening to a documentary without the visuals. Why play music when someone is talking? Which one do you listen to?
This is not a book, only a poorly recorded interview. Background music makes it doubly hard to hear the dialogue.
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- T. Sukhu
I am so sorry I wasted a credit on this audio. The other reveiwers are correct...the background music is very annoying. This is not a story but done in an interview style...not what I thought it was.
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i feel deceived- this is not an audio book
What disappointed you about Walking Between Worlds, Belonging to None?
I had expected this to be THE audio version of THE BOOK by Ann Andrews, but it appears to a recording of a TV show/interview ABOUT the book. So they elude to things in the book but you don't hear the actually stories that are in the book. On top of that, since it's not a narration recorded in a studio, it's difficult to hear what the people being interviewed are saying half the time.
What do you think your next listen will be?
Hopefully, it will be the actual book I was looking for, if I can find it.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
It was not a narration of the book.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
ANGER AND DISAPPOINTMENT. I felt like it was misrepresented and i was duped.
Any additional comments?
In the description, it says that this is a book, but it is clearly not. There are long segments where there is apparently video that you can only hear, so you have no idea what is going on. DEFINITELY not worth the money (or ANY money).