The journey of dealing with grief, particularly the grief arising out of the loss of a much loved child, is unique to each person and situation. However, a similar account can be found in “Infinity..” by Janice Kiefer, where the author’s youngest daughter is murdered and how her soul kept coming back to her family and making her presence felt. Both stories document the intense concern and commitment that many of our loved ones on the other side feel for us.
This book incorporates the use of social media, including facebook, twitter, skype and facetime and makes intelligent guesses as to how they may be tweaked by our friends on the other side. Irrespective of whether one accepts the possibility of communication from beyond the twilight zone, one gets to intuit the comfort this kind of communion could imply. The spectre of death would be rendered powerless if such an interaction was possible.
This book is supposed to be a fictional account, but the use of social media makes it eerily real. Personally, I enjoyed it very much and I recommend it warmly.
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