Northern lower Michigan | Member Since 2014
The whole book.
Niel Peart. UHMM...Isn't it an autobio?
Extreme? No, Just a kind of awe & reverence like any of his writing.Okay , I suppose that's extreme.
I really am impressed and surprised that he let go of so much personal info. It's common knowledge among fans that he wears very little on his sleeve much less speak of his personal life so candidly. I'm a life long Rush fan from the very 1st album (With Rutsey) I became a hyper-fan after that obviously from the addition of Niel. I'm a musician and writer so I've soaked up every word he's ever let loose of and every note they've ever played, or as many as humanly possible. I have a theory they can't possibly be human. Humans aren't perfect if you catch what I'm tossing. Musically at least. I don't mean overall.
A good performance from a book straight from the Godfather of Parapsychology. I think he may have invented ghosts :-)
In all seriousness, This man genius knows few boundaries and he's truly fearless, curious and observant. If you like a non bias scientific approach to the paranormal it's for you. Just the facts!
Yes, I have as well. I liked it.
James' uncanny accuracy.
Yes. I had trouble turning it off many times.
James Van Praagh should have left out things such as the mention of the caliber of restaurants he'd eaten at, The cost of the wine, Champagne ect. Otherwise a good story.
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