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Publisher Description

Medium Concetta Bertoldi answers all your questions about life after life

. . . from the irreverent:
(If the dead are always with us, do they have a XXX view of my bedroom?)

. . . to the poignant:
(Will my deceased father be with me when I walk down the aisle on my wedding day?)

. . . to the heartfelt:
(When loved ones leave this life too early or under tragic circumstances, are they eternally heartbroken or can they find peace in heaven?)

Concetta Bertoldi has been communicating with the "Other Side" since childhood. In Do Dead People Watch You Shower?, the first-ever book of its kind, she exposes the naked truth about the fate and happiness of our late loved ones with no-holds-barred honesty and delightfully wry humor, answering questions that range from the practical to the outrageous. In addition she shares with us her own intimate secrets, revealing with refreshing candor how her miraculous gift has affected her life, her marriage, her friendships, and her career, as well as the myriad ways she has used it to help others.

GENRE
Health, Mind & Body
RELEASED
2009
October 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
288
Pages
PUBLISHER
William Morrow Paperbacks
SELLER
HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
SIZE
1
MB

Customer Reviews

unkownboii ,

Very good read

I know I'm very late, but I never experienced losing a loved one until I lost my mom last month. It's been very hard for me to cope, and I have just been trying to find closure. I loved my mom very much, and knowing that she is with me everyday gives me peace at mind. I read everything in one sitting. She kept me engaged in the reading, and the questions that were asked were very intriguing. I also got some closure, now knowing that there is an afterlife and my mom is at peace. When I was reading this, I felt my mom's presence 100% I recommend this book if anybody has a lot of questions about the afterlife!

SFite2 ,

Fantastic insight...

Love this book!!

Carla90 ,

Amazing!

I love this book. She is an incredible person with an amazing insight of what happens after we are gone.

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