Author Topic: good book about ghost/spirits  (Read 901 times)

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March 13, 2005, 02:33:46 PM
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well normally i don't post about what i read unless i like it and whats even funnyer i had someone point me to the book when looking for stuff about psychic things and ect. After reading all the obvious ones in the book store some old lady i seen some into the store 10 minutes after i finish reading the book and start browsing the shelves agan hoping for a new book........ :P
Pointed me to this book and acouple other ones as if she knew what i was looking for and when off to a different section of scrying... But still i thanked her and read it and i tried to thank her agan in person but she dissapered so well....  :confused: back to not talking about my life heres the book

Relax, it's Only a GHOST
~By Echo Bodine

it deals about how she delt with spirits and how she kindly help others deal with them

it even gives a slight helper thing at the end of each and talks about how she delt with them

i suggest the book but i don't know if its hard to find though its a dark blue cover

PS: the website for the things are here
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April 18, 2005, 06:56:29 PM
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That book looks pretty cool, I've been looking for something to read after a cirtan person lost my copy of Romance of the Three Kingdoms (I'll have my revenge). I wonder why the author changed her name to "Echo" anyway though, do they even want people to believe them? If I was writing supernatural books I'd change my name to the most normal thing I can think of like "Bob Smith" or somthing.
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