September 20, 2001 at 2:44 am #62372MelyndaParticipant
I am a new fan of John Edward and after reading all of your post for several months, I went out and bought all of his books and passed them on to my Mother after I read them. She works as a Social Worker with Hospice and she counsels people at their homes once they have been told they only have six months or less before they pass. I hope to discuss the books in detail with her after she reads them. Crossing Over was wonderful. It really gives you a sense of all the hard work John has gone through to get where he is today. I loved the part about Carl Perkins. As well as John following up on the signs from his Mother. John does extremely well in explaining his gift in his writings.September 22, 2001 at 3:22 am #70874NainoaParticipant
I devoured the books too…they were great. I did like his first:
One More Time, because it gave so much background on him.
I don’t get Phi Sci here, so I am watching his show in syndication.
I sure hope to be able to go to one of his seminars sometime.September 22, 2001 at 3:26 am #70876PsyQuestorParticipant
One Last Time is an awesome book, and I do recommend it for anyone. Especially those working with death on a regular basis like your Mom.
TammySeptember 22, 2001 at 6:35 am #70879MoparMom47Participant
I want to thank JE for finally putting my mind to rest…this is gonna sound silly…but here goes….I told my daughter that I do know for a fact now that Elvis is dead, JE says he connected with him along with Carl Perkins and Roy Orbison….talk about the who’s who of God’s Choir!!!!
I know it’s silly…part of me knew he was really dead, or else he would have come out sometime during ONE of Lisa Marie’s marriages-at least-or the birth of his first grandchild.
The upshot is-I LOVED THE BOOK!!!! I sat with my daughter on the couch and read it out loud to her…and she listened!! Don’t get much more of a recommendation than that…lol.
Rock on guys!!!September 28, 2001 at 2:27 pm #71095powerfulpugParticipant
All of John’s books have helped me grow and become more enlightened, but Crossing Over was the one I loved the best! It made John more human. I really enjoyed the parts of the book, where he expanded the messages from One Last Time. The more I read the books, the more I admire the man!!! SheilaOctober 18, 2001 at 4:38 pm #71827jjhartsParticipant
I have finally finished reading Crossing Over (that’s what I get for trying to read three books at once – I think I am about two months behind everyone else with this one!!) So anyway, I thought it was a good book with a great perspective on what happens “behind the scenes”. It was nice to see how John has arrived where he is now. I liked how he explained the makings of some of the shows we have all seen (parking garage attendant was my favorite). :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
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