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Afterlives of the Rich and Famous
by Sylvia Browne
ISBN 978-0-06-196679-80
Published February 2011 - Hardcover - 280 pages - $25.99

What a fascinating subject Sylvia's chosen for this book!  Essentially "written" by Francine, her Spirit Guide, this book is a look at more than 40 well known people who have died.  So often we wonder what happens to us when we die, and there are many, many opinions.  I happen to like the one Sylvia discusses in her books.  What goes on there?  Sylvia Browne talks about all of this, and from her Spirit Guide, who channeled through Sylvia, we learn a great deal of what it's like over there and what to expect when we get there.  Francine tells us about many people we "knew" on Earth, what their claim to fame is/was (depending how you look at things), and what they're up to on the Other Side.  People like Marilyn Monroe, Paul Newman, George Carlin, John F. Kennedy Jr., Abraham Lincoln, James Dean, Bob Marley, Bette Davis, Audrey Hepburn, and Michael Jackson among many others are highlighted.  Most concluded their incarnations while a few have plans to reincarnate.  For each person there is a brief synopsis of their life, career, accomplishments, and/or family, and then Francine's take on what they did upon arrival on the Other Side, who was there to meet them, who they hang out with, what they get up to, and if and when applicable, a message to those they left behind.  If you're looking for clues as to what becomes of us when we die, look no further.  This makes perfect sense.  To me at any rate.  I just wanted this confirmation, and to see it in writing from Sylvia is enough for me.  She really has taken away my fear of dying.
I don't understand why Marilyn Monroe would mention Nembutol but not the name of "the man".  Ditto Princess Diana.  They must have their reasons.  I didn't want to put this book down, and I hope that Sylvia as a few more books like this planned.  I have a list of other people we might be interested in reading about!
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Conclusion - A very comforting and illuminating read, especially after all the nonsense we've been dished out by the rag media all this time.

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