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Crossing Over: The Stories Behind the Stories, by John Edward
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Crossing Over: The Stories Behind the Stories, by John Edward

This is a self-revealing work by a man who believes he possesses a special ability to communicate with the spirits of deceased persons. While by definition, the ability of psychics cannot be proven or disproven, Edward’s book is clearly straight from the heart and puts him at the forefront of modern American psychics. Meant to capitalize on his Sci-Fi show, this book relates the full story of how he came to realize that he has a special ability—something of a family trait, apparently—and describes his prolonged and agonized efforts to use his talents to bring solace to a wider audience by employing the tools of mass media, thus fulfilling his spiritually-endowed mission. With the at times mysterious aid of his mystical guides, “The Boys.”

While the book could have used more effective editing, being too long, at times redundant, and written in the same staccato machine-gun speaking style that Edward displays on his TV show, in his case these can be forgiven because they are refreshing changes from the usual sterile corporate product and demonstrate the same casual sincerity of his show. What you see on Crossing Over, you will get here, only in more detail and more depth, and is definitely worth the read. —SiriusReviews.com.

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Crossing Over: The Stories Behind the Stories, by John Edward, 3.5 out of 5 based on 2 ratings
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