[Book Review] Whisper to me: Sweet breath of Life Divine by Randal Cobleigh

From Amazon.com:

The “WHISPERS’ in my case came from my guardian angel. Not only did this angel whisper beautiful poems to me that I have documented in my book. This angel stood next to my death bed in the hospital and administered a healing to me that doctor’s could not fathom. I was supposed to have been “Dead by Dawn” but the kidneys and liver were now somehow functioning normally. This was the second and last time I was to see this angel. But Divine forces have continued to hover around me. Many times people feel the influence of spirit when they come near me. Some find it to be refreshing and enjoy the sensation. Others sense an overload of anger and might be in great despair without truly knowing the reason. One relative in particular has become vehemently hostile towards me and I feel love and sorrow for this individual, but it never seems to help. Many find the experience very awkward and feel as if they are very hot and prefer to leave. Your Guardian Angel can help you find and enter “THE RIVER OF LOVE AND KNOWLEDGE”. If you are in harmony with life, such an experience should help you to realize your talents and gather tools to produce preciously talented creations of your own design. You don’t need to connect with any religion to feel the great love of God’s spirit. God will give it to you for free. Just ask for His grace and Love. When I enter “The River of Love and Knowledge” I find my “Voice in the Wilderness”. Creativity flows like a mighty river and my spirit quivers with love of the creator. If one thing is possible, what then is impossible?

First of, a disclaimer: This book is a bit rough around the edges. There are some errors and typos, and some formatting issues.  They do distract from the writing itself from time to time. Grammar Nazis have been warned!

That being said, this is a very niche book, which is why I included the description from Amazon. If books that revolve heavily around religion are not a thing, this is surely not going to be your cup of tea.

I do not shy away from reading a book, especially since there’s something to learn from everything, and to be honest, Randal’s life story is quite inspirational.

All I can say is that there are good bits, there are bad bits, and since I am not exactly in the target audience of this book, I am sure that those who are interested will find it a much better read than I did.

Whisper to Me: Sweet Breath of Life Divine is available both as a paperback and an e-book on Amazon.

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