I like John Edward and evidently would not have continued to listen if it were not time well-spent...however, I personally did not take a lot away from the book other than it seems that he has likely had entirely too many people try to capitalize on him or his name and is concerned that he is going to encourage someone to start a practice that is not ready.
Possibly. He has a great voice and sense of humor and is incredibly gifted. It would depend on the subject.
When reading someone I have heard speak before, I generally do not have a difficult time "hearing" them read when I am reading a book. However, I have heard some books where someone else is doing the audio and it is HORRIBLE so I am glad that he narrated it himself.
I don't think that he actually was ready to write this book, or perhaps I just shouldn't have bought it. I'm not sure what his experiences are that he would be so afraid that someone would suddenly put a shingle out and start doing readings for people and use his name. It felt like more warnings than encouragement. If you have been a medium, tarot reader, astrologer, intuitive psychic, whatever, all of your life or most of it, but hide your gifts from most everyone you know, this is not going to be a particularly helpful read. If you are just beginning to recognize interest and gifts in these areas, go for it!
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