Don't let the beginning of the title distract you from the end. The book definitely covers more than just angels, though definitely a lot about them as well.
I tend to do more reading of books than listening to audios, but I find trying to read Edgar Cayce's readings a bit tough, much like reading old English or old KJV. It's much easier listening to someone else read, putting in the correct pauses and such. It makes understanding them much easier, IMO.
I particularly liked the way this book cleared up some questions I had on Edgar Cayce's interpretation of the Bible, angels, energy forces, and creation. The author's view and description of the angels and unseen forces, and they way they interact with and around us, was very enlightening and easy to understand.
The only problem I had with the book was that in many places (I'd guess at least a dozen) the same sentence was played twice. The errors are only slightly distracting and really don't diminish the story, but it was so often that I could not rate this as five stars.
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