Maya’s shocked to discover it’s not the heaven she imagined;in fact, a life of adventure begins the moment you die.
Zachariah, her faithful spirit guide, explains the rules of the dead: in order to regain complete awareness and reunite with loved ones all souls must review their previous lives.
Maya plunges warily into her turbulent pasts as a sociopathic High Priest in ancient Egypt; an independent mother protecting a dangerous secret in glorious Sparta; an Irish boy kidnapped and enslaved by Vikings; and a doctor’s wife forced to make an ethical stand in plague-ridden England.
All the while, Maya yearns to be with those she cares about most and worries that she hasn’t learned all of heaven’s most vital lessons. Will she be forced to leave the tranquility of heaven to survive yet another painful and tumultuous
life? Or worse, accept the bitter reality of having to go back alone?
I couldn’t stop reading!!! Hats off to the Author55
I enjoyed the theme of past lives immensely. Leaves you wanting more. Not the most enthralling book, but not one you’ll forget.35
I wasn’t drawn by this one. I’m not sure what the point of it was. I didn’t find much character development and like short stories no time for character growth. I guess some like it. Everyone is different.25
REALLY enjoyed reading this book! I love books that weave tidbits of historical facts within...I especially enjoy trying to piece together the characters in the different incarnations. While I don’t believe in reincarnation, it is an interesting & somewhat educational read. Vivid descriptions,too!55
Unlike anything I’ve read! This book provided more than entertainment; it is stories within stories that invite the mind and heart to ask questions and dialogue. This is a book of beauty, purpose and ongoing growth.55
Finally, an ebook that wholly garnered my attention. Love the concept. Well written. So many different views that all lead to the same idea, "sacrifice." I will definitely be considering purchasing the "devotion" and "loss" sequels.55
Fun concept of death, review and reincarnation. Reminds me of Edgar Casey, the sleeping prophet's explanation of the soul's journey to God.45
Great book for the casual reader like myself. Started off as a page turner but slowly started fading in excitement. I still enjoyed every bit of it. Not sure if I'll grab anymore in the series45
The individual stories are great. The overall premise/climax falls short.35
If you're into the subject of reincarnation/past lives and/or historical fiction, you will love this book. Quick read; holds your interest throughout; great story lines. Highly recommend it.55