Now and Forevermore is a very special. It is one of those rare and unusual books that seem on one level to be fluid, to allow many people to find different yet deeply personal information and lessons within. And at the same time it is a book that has something to say to anyone who spends time between its pages.
23 years after his death, Denise encounters the spirt of her husband and learns they are to write a book together. As we follow the author on her journey into what was, for her, uncharted territory, we can share her feelings and at the same time, tap into our own. One of the most interesting things about this book is the subtle shift in the level information that is imparted as the author becomes comfortable with both the process and the information contained in the answers to the questions she asks.
Denise questions nature of our lives on earth but also asks about friends and family making a nice mix of information in the answers and also making it easier to understand our place in the Universe. They are the questions we all have about life and our purpose on the planet and many of them are answered in Now and Forevermore.
I recommend this to anyone seeks these andswers and I also believe that it would be a great comfort to anyone navigating the uneasy waters of grief after the loss of a loved one.