About the Author:
Sherrie is an author, psychic-medium, counselor and teacher. Psychic since
childhood, she has been a professional psychic for over twenty years and has
clients in Europe, Latin America, South America, Australia, Canada, the Middle
East as well as the United States.
Featured on television, radio and print for her work a psychic detective and
medium, Sherrie has used her psychic abilities to uncover information in murder and missing person investigations for police departments in California, North Carolina and Florida, most notably working with the Raleigh NC police detectives, in solving the Stephanie Bennett cold case murder.
I can see how this book would be extremely inspirational to believers in Mary and Jesus. Since I am not among them, I, perhaps, found it to be inspirational in a different way. If you are not among the Christian faithful, I think you would still find this book inspirational as a look into the power of our inner loving nature.
What I found distracting were the amazing number of typos, errors, and poor editing. For a publication from a professional house like John Hunt to go out so poorly edited, is surprising. I have always found their books to be top quality. I'm not sure how this one slipped through their standards.
However, I'm sure that the faithful will overlook the technical problems in favor of the overall message, which is beautiful.
Paperback: 252 pages
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing (March 16, 2012)
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