I found this book a bit strange as it says it is an autobiography of Lorna Byrne. There are few conflicts between her lines. Take the incident of a dying old lady on page 291 to 292 as an example:
"... About six weeks later, she called unexpectedly again. ... The elderly lady was shining like a light herself and had a beautiful smile on her face. We said a prayer together and she left. I never saw her again."
Despite the story sounds real to me in a way, I'm not letting myself to fall for it with certain mistakes. With the mistakes the author made, this book seems like a fiction more than an autobiography to me.
One thing I don't like about this book, is that most of the lines are more or less the same. Lorna Byrne kept repeating herself that seems like she's trying so hard to convince readers believe the story, which, also makes the story sound a bit fake.
You can have a look if you like reading about spirits. But I will say don't expect too much....Continua