This sequel to her first book, across Time and Death, (one of the most remarkable presentation of recarnational evidence ever)constitutes evidence of the simultaneity of time, rebirth and the power of the mind to understand itself. Here the author offers her premembrance (remembering the future) regarding a future life in the Orient circa 2040 AD.
Although the topic of future lives could be very interesting and I've read a book some time ago that was very interesting and informative, this book was lacking not only in information but good writing skills. The writer jumped around a little too much and didn't express situations or events in an interesting and creative manner. It was rather boring all in all. For a topic that could be informative and interesting along with cases that could also be informative and interesting, it left you unsatisfied. Something was definitely lacking. I'd say to the author, please re-write it as it has interesting stuff in there but just poorly written and vague. I kept wanting to enjoy this read but could never get there. I'm hoping I can sell the book second hand for a decent price.