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After three years, I am finally ready to release my fourth audiobook, Talk to Me. I have pulled a collection of stories from my personal life, and readings from my reading vault, that cover a wide range of types of loss, and how to cope. I begin the audiobook describing how spirits talk to me and how you can see signs, too. This gives us a footing to delve into the many stories that are told from both my perspective, and in the words of the person being read.

©2011 Allison DuBois (P)2017 Allison DuBois

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  • Teresa
  • Olney, IL, United States
  • 01-21-18

An astonishing gift

Having read all her other books, I definitely did not feel this was one of Allison DuBois’ best, but worth reading anyway. I truly believe she has an astonishing gift.

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  • DjG
  • 08-24-17

Such a shame she didn't get a professional to read

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I would not recommend in audio format as the reading is incredibly off-putting. Read in a monotone, as if she was reading a shopping list. It's difficult to follow when she moves from one subject to the next, or when changing to different view points. The story itself is fine, and I'd suggest buying a print version.