A well-written book that is a curious reminder that our in-between life with all its information lies within our subconscious.
Dolores has accumulated information about the death experience and what lies beyond through 16 years of hypnotic research and past-life therapy. While retrieving past-life experiences, hundreds of subjects reported the same memories when experiencing their death, the spirit realm, and their rebirth.
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Dolores Cannon has decades of hard work to be appreciated and shared. Her books are very interesting and her legacy should be meticulously preserved.
The many mispronunciations of even basic words by the narrators make it difficult to enjoy this audio book. I have this book in hard copy and read the book a few years ago.
Just thought it would be fun to listen to this book while doing chores.
But the terrible narration, and apparent lack of editing to correct even the most basic mispronunciations (NDEs are repeatedly pronounced as "N-D-E-S," apparently the narrator can't even pronounce an acronym correctly) make this experience more and more irritable and 2 hours in I am abandoning listening to this book.
Professional narration and detail-oriented editing/production is needed. Please, if you are going to have Dolores Cannon's body of work translated into audio format, do her legacy the justice of caring enough to produce a better quality audio book.
Dolores Cannon has followers, so I decided to try one of her books. The writing is poor. I don't own the book, but would like to know this: Does the text itself actually state, "... so to say," in every paragraph? Do spirits really say that? I might read another book by Cannon, but the female narrator of this book was terrible.
Cannon's assertions are interesting. Some of her conclusions match those of other writers in this genre, but some stray afield. Who knows who's right?
Dozens of mispronounced words cause distraction. One that made me laugh out loud was "douche linn" for "Deutschland". The narrator's accent itself was distracting as well.
No. I'd recommend reading the text.
A different narrator might have caused me to assign four stars, rather than three. I'm trying to be fair.
this is totally worth it however you will need to get past the extremely clunky delivery. really. obviously not professional readers. never the less it is super interesting . the worst part is a short section when the male reader makes sounds of ecstasy. ugh! creepy and grose.
my husband has Terminal Brain Cancer and this book help set his mind at ease.
this book keeps you thinking .
the narrator is a little dry and machinical but still didn't take away from the story.
After having a Spiritual awakening a couple of years ago, I began my quest for more answers and was astounded to discover the sheer volume of literature out there about life after death, the soul's purpose, etc. and didn't know where to begin. I read an Amazon review by a guy who said he read 250 books on those subjects and that, out of all of them, "Between Life and Death" was by far the stand out. He was right! It has changed my life! The only criticism I have is that the audio version's narrators are pretty bad; however, the quality of their voices are okay, so I was able to get past it--it's SO WORTH IT!
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